Review: CampusBookRentals.com

I recently signed up to go back to college this January (actually in just 28 days from today!!), and I tell you, my textbook costs are about half the cost of what my actually classes are, which is quite a bit of money. I then heard about Campus Book Rentals!!! What an amazing company and SMART idea. Instead of purchasing your books, you can rent them!! It’s free shipping both ways and you can use them just as you had bought them, you can highlight in them and everything. The cost of the books are about 40-90% LESS than the list price of purchasing the books!!! How amazing is that?!?! They also have flexible renting periods too, which is definitely great.

One of the perks of renting a book from Campus Book Rentals, is that each book rented, a donation is made to Operation Smile!! Operation Smile is such a great cause, so what could be better than saving money on your textbooks and donating to a good cause, all at the same time?!? Amazing!

For example, this book that I need for my upcoming class, Psychology by David Myers has a list price on a popular website for $147.53 to rent this on Campus Book Rentals is the small price of only $51.96!!!

Here’s a video showing how the Rent Back program works: CampusBookRentals.com how it works:

I would DEFINITELY check out this company, as I know I will be for my upcoming classes.
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  1. Hillary says:

    When I am searching for Textbooks Rentals I use http://www.collegebookrenter.com they are a great online resource for Renting, Selling, and Searching Text books online. One of the largest wholesalers of college textbooks.

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