Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Campus Book Rentals. All opinions are completely my own.
Save on Text Books
Where are my college bound readers? I’ve been using a service over the last few years that has saved me TONS of cash. When my husband returned to college for a few more courses, I was worried about the financial impact on our budget. After finding (and using!) Campus Book Rentals, I realized that there were ways to save money while continuing your education.
So, whether you are returning to school as a seasoned co-ed or if this will be your first semester at college be sure to visit CampusBookRentals.com to save money on the books you’ll need for class.
Some of my favorite perks
- save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
- free shipping both ways
- can highlight in the textbooks
- flexible renting periods
- they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented
How does it work?:
Here’s one example of a book we’re going to need for next semester and how it would save us money just by renting instead of buying.
Human Anatomy With Anatomy & Physiology Revealed Version 2.0 would be between $234 – $241 to rent (rate depending on length of rental). The same textbook would cost $431 to purchase on Amazon. $431 for a textbook! It makes so much more sense to rent instead of buy if you just look at the costs. Just think, that’s only one of the textbooks my husband will need for next semester. The costs add up and renting textbooks makes it easier for us stay inside our budget.
What textbooks do you need for your classes? Take a look at the costs associated and rent if you can! I think about all of the textbooks I bought at the college bookstore when I started college (20+ years ago). If renting had been an option back then, I would have gladly chosen that.
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