Are you someone taking College Courses right now, bogged down by the high cost of textbooks required to finish it? Then consider renting your Textbooks instead and save some money for other things, like food, gas, and things I couldn’t afford when I was going to College.
Some of the advantages of Renting versus Buying can be found below:
-save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-free shipping both ways
-can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-we donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented
-we have an excellent support staff and we’re always only a phone call away
-you save a lot of money when you rent textbooks. And if you want to keep your books at the end of the semester, just pay us the difference and the books are all yours.
CampusBookRentals.com can help you when you need it most, check them out, see how they can help you.
In addition to renting books for courses you are taking, did you know that you can rent out books that you own to other students? With their new program called RentBack.com , it allows you to take books sitting around that you don’t plan to use, and make money from them.
RentBack is new initiative that allows students to rent the textbooks they own – to other students… which is awesome because it makes them 2-4x more money compared to what they’d make through buyback options! (selling their books back at the end of the semester) Isn’t that awesome?!
Check out the video below for more information about this great program, and start earning some money today!
So do you have any college books sitting around that you would like to make some money on? Which ones? Share with me below, and are you taking any courses that you need books for?
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