Campus Book Rentals

campus#sponsored When I was attending college, there was no such thing as renting your books, you just had to suck it up and buy your books which seemed to be $100+ for each book. That was a hard pill to swallow, being that college was already making me broke! The price of books seemed so ridiculous to me. I recently heard about Campus Book Rentals and thought that was a genius idea!

Some perks of renting your books from Campus Book Rentals are:
-you can save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-there’s free shipping both ways
-you can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented

I LOVE that this wonderful company supports such a great foundation, Operation Smile is one of my favorite organizations. Read more about them – Who is Operation Smile

Now there’s a way for you to make money off your purchased college textbooks through Rentback. What’s Rentback you ask? You go to their site, print out a FREE shipping label, ship your books and Rentback will rent them to other students, over and over, as long as your books are in demand. Best part about it, you get paid for other students renting your book! As a college student, making money any way you can is great, by renting out your textbooks through Rentback, you’re sure to make 2-4x more money compared to just selling your textbooks.
Check out this video that explains Rentback!

I highly recommend checking out Campus Book Rentals and Rentback! Let me know if you have used them or plan on using them by leaving me a comment!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, all opinions are 100% mine and were not influenced in any way. I only post about companies/topics that I believe in.

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