Save Money on College Textbooks this Semester!

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The new semester of school has begun and the holidays are over, if you’re a student (or a parent of a student) then you know exactly how expensive textbooks are. With tuition, supplies, extra fees, board, and textbooks most students and parents of students are always looking for ways to save money.

CampusBookRentals.com is a textbook rental company that allows students to not spend hundreds of dollars on textbooks that they’ll only use once. I’ve been looking at colleges lately, and the amount of money that textbooks cost alone would break my wallet.

With free shipping both ways, the ability to highlight the rented textbooks, live customer support, and rental periods that you can customize, they’re a great option for any student. I’m excited to see that more companies are being built that help students get a good education while saving money, instead of pushing them further into debt.

One thing that I love about Campus Book Rentals is that they are huge supporters of charity. They partnered with Operation Smile and are donating over 1,000 cleft lip surgeries to kids that are in need of surgery. Helping those in need is a huge passion of mine and I’m thrilled that such a great company is doing just that.

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25 comments

  1. My stepson renting books. he said we a great program.

  2. HilLesha says:

    Great program, because college textbooks can be so expensive!

  3. Any way to save on text books is good. They are so dang expensive at the colleges, even for used.

  4. Angela says:

    I friend of mine is taking some college courses and was complaining about how much textbooks cost. The prices shocked me. I’ll pass on CampusBookRentals.com to her.

  5. I always rented books in college, it’s just a smart move!

  6. I always rented books in college, it’s just a smart move!

  7. Jenn says:

    This is the way to go. Buying them new is way too expensive.

  8. My daughter’s going to be attending college in a few years, so I’m bookmarking this for when she needs it. Thanks!

  9. Shell Feis says:

    I loved renting textbooks, it really did save SO much money! &It’s just so much smarter, too!

  10. Raijean says:

    This is a great way to save money, been using them for a while.

  11. Mickey says:

    This is soooo needed! College textbooks are insanely overpriced!

  12. Toni says:

    Really cool that you can rent them.

  13. With book rental had been an option when I was in college!

  14. Lolo says:

    I need to tell my brother that is in college about this.

  15. Kathleen says:

    I have to tell my nephew about this, I know he spends a fortune on books!

  16. Julie says:

    I’m not in college, but I might have to use this site. I have a thing for buying college textbooks and studying new subjects. Lifelong learning!

  17. Colleen says:

    This may come in handy when my son gets to college.

  18. I wish they would have had a program like this when I was in college. I bought mine used when I could and they were still expensive.

  19. Tammy says:

    Since our daughter will be starting University in fall, I should probably look into this!

  20. Kelsey Apley says:

    My sister is going back to school right now, so I will make sure to share this with her!!

  21. Donna says:

    I wish there had been something like this when I went to college. And sure hope there will be when my son does. :)

  22. Operation smile is such a wonderful charity! I have to keep this in mind as my daughter is quickly approaching the age in which she’ll need to rent textbooks!

  23. Looks like a great way to save.

  24. My kids all bought used books in college or rented them I still have a bunch I am asking them to sell! Great tool!

  25. This is a great way to save money of textbooks.

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