Thursday, June 13, 2013

Campus Book Rentals

School is out for the summer, which means high school seniors will be headed off to college. It also means that many of those college bound kids will be on a strict budget.  It can become very hard trying to become an adult because you have to learn how to maintain your budget, which can be very hard when you don't have much of a budget to begin with. They will quickly learn how expensive books alone can be.  But there's a way that they can save 40 - 90% off of book store prices if they shop for their school books online at!  

Campus Book Rentals is a one stop shop for all of your text book needs because they offer a huge selection of books at highly discounted prices.  What does that mean? Well for one, it means less Tap Ramen and more funds for food,lol. Okay, maybe your situation isn't that bad, but even so you will be saving a ton of money by shopping online at!  And the advantages doesn't end there, check out some other sweet reasons to shop on for all your school book needs!

If you shop online at you will:

  • Free shipping both ways!!!  
  • Flexible renting periods
  • Save 40%-90% off of bookstore prices!!!
  • With each textbook rental a donation is made to Operation Smile
  • You can highlight in text books!
  • And many, many, more advantages that you an find on their website, so be sure to check it out!

One of the cool new features that Campus Book Rentals offers is the RentBack option.  This option allows students to rent the textbooks they own to other students.  This in return brings them 2-4Xs more money than if they were to use the BuyBack options. I mean, how awesome is that!  So,  basically your saving all the way around.

*Disclaimer - This is a sponsored post and I am being compensated for this post.  In no way did this alter my review.  All of my opinions expressed in this review are one hundred percent honest and true.*


My Journey With Candida said...

I have 2 Grandkids in college so this is good to know.

Shay said...

My youngest son will be starting college full time in January 2014 and having a family, he needs to save as much money as he can. This sounds like a great opportunity to save some cash on text books. I can remember paying ridiculous price for text books and only getting a fraction of what I paid on sell backs. Thanks for the info :)