Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Cash In Your Pocket This Semester With Campus Book Rentals

It is that time of year, again, already, when students are getting back into study after the holiday hiatus and many courses are starting up, starting BACK up or switching modules all together! New books are needed, money isn't always abundant and one of the best options out there to save you a few bucks is...

Why buy, when you can rent!?

Think about it! All of those books that you NEED for your course [but will most likely never look at, ever again, once you get out of school] bought and paid for only to end up housed in a bookcase somewhere, to gather dust, for eternity with all those pennies you've paid going off into the here-after - for practically nothing!

We all know just how costly school might get and so it would be fabulous if we could make it through those years without breaking the bank on text books AND with a little in our pocket for other treats and excursions, which renting text books allows you to do!

Campus Book Rentals have revolutionized the way we might look at our text books as they offer all of your text book needs [where available], at a reasonable cost, along with a free shipping service - BOTH WAYS - for books from one of the biggest selections of texts in the nation with anything from a 40% to a 90% saving on the average cost of the books that you might otherwise have purchased out of pocket for a lot more before the idea of renting had even come mind!

The service is easy to use, and fair! You get 15 day period of grace if you can not return your book on the dates set and you could extend the rental of your book in many cases for the entire semester [or however long you might need - prices might vary] before popping it right back in the mail for somebody else to used for their studies, too! No mess, no shelves full of books, no unnecessary waste in terms of trash OR cash!

With Campus Book Rentals you will also be able to:
* Have access to live customer support
* Be able to highlight within each text book
* Buy your books if you would like to keep them!

By clicking HERE, you can head over to the Campus Book Rental's website and compare prices of rentals to books you need to buy! Check out the difference in cost and see just how much you could be saving, all year around! Fabulous!

Operation Smile!

Every time I talk to you about Campus Book Rentals, I try to make a point to let you know that, when you rent a book, you are not only helping yourselves but also helping put a smile back onto somebody's face as Campus Book Rentals makes donations to Operation Smile every time you rent a textbook!

Operation Smile aids children born with facial deformities such as cleft lip and/or palette, which can really increase a person's sense of self and raise their self-esteem and can mean the difference of child's happiness and a wonderful smile! You can find out more about Operation Smile, HERE!


As ever, the savings won't stop, when you start renting! If you have already purchased books for this, or previous, semesters then Rentback.com might just be for you, too! Rentback.com allows you to rent out YOUR books to other students in the same way that you would rent books out from Campus Book Rentals if you have a book that is in need, on their list and waiting to be put into the cycle! 

Instead of selling your old books, which gives you a one-time cash payment, you can [instead] put them up for rent and keep them in circulation, while you earn a few pennies renting them to new students. You may even get up to 2 or 4 times more money in your pocket [renting] than from selling your text books alone [actual amounts vary].

To find out more about Rent back.com, take a look at this video and then check them out, online!

What are you waiting for!?


Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post but my views on the service are my own. I only aim to bring services that I would use myself to my readers. My opinions about these services may differ to yours. Thank you!

1 comment:

Melissa said...

I don't need this, but I have a friend who is a full time working single mom of 7, and I just now she could rally use this. Thanks for sharing!