Thursday, December 4, 2014

Campus Book Rentals and Rent Back...These are two GREAT programs you need to be informed about...

These days college is VERY expensive, to say the least.
Students need every little bit of help that they can get. I mean not only is there the tuition alone to think about, but also the textbooks and all of the other needed supplies..

Students are starting to realize just how fast all of this adds up to a very large amount of money .

Today I'd like to take a minute to talk to you about one way of $aving some ca$h that some very smart students are starting to take advantage of.

Renting textbooks as opposed to buying them.

Here is just a small list of some of the advantages of renting your textbooks from

you can save up to 40-90% off of bookstore prices
you receive free shipping both ways

21 day risk free returns
most flexible rental periods
largest selection in the nation
you can highlight in the textbooks
Here's what I PERSONALLY LOVE....
they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented
(But I'll get into more about how wonderful Operation Smile is a bit later!!)
And now a little about the RentBack program...

Their newest program called RentBack is an incentive program that allows the students to rent their very own textbooks to other students. This is absolutely wonderful because these students are able to make an average of 2-4 times more money by going this route, as compared to what they would make if they went thru the traditional book buy back option at the end of their semester at their own school.

You can go to this site and find out just how much your textbooks are ACTUALLY worth in it...check it out real quick, just pick a random textbook you are currently using and type it in real quick, what could it hurt, right??

They rent your textbooks to another student, and then another, and another, etc, etc...and the great part is that YOU GET PAID EVERY TIME!!!

And finally ....A little about Operation Smile :)

Operation Smile is a charity organization for children – donate non profit


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