Renting textbooks has its perks and downfalls, but for the most part, it’s worth saving hundreds of dollars by simply renting. Most people do not use their books after the semester is over, and over time the textbooks will stack up and gather dust.
I’ve saved hundreds if not almost a thousand dollars from simply renting my textbooks. Campus Book Rentals is by far the cheapest (on average), so I solely rent all of my textbooks there. I’m on my 3rd year of college and have 2 years left to go, and I plan on using this company until my masters possibly!Related links:
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- Highlight as if you owned the textbook
- Flexible rental periods
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Steps to rent:
- Head on over to CampusBookRentals.
- Enter your book or ISBN number in the search bar.
- Decide how long you want to rent the book.
- Purchase book. Voila!
You can track your rentals and customize your shipping as to how soon you need it as well.
Campus Book Rentals also just posted that they saved students over $113,715,753.12!
Before you purchase your next textbook, be honest and ask yourself if you will actually be using the textbook after the semester is over.
By using my CampusBookRentals link, you will receive 10% off sitewide + Free Standard Shipping. Use coupon code CASHCOW and you can save 10% off any order of $65 or more.
Do you buy your textbooks at full price or rent them?
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