Rent Books Smartly with Campus Book Rentals

The second semester of classes are about to start for many colleges and universities and if you’re like many students finding the best deals on books for classes is a complete must.

Campus Book Rentals was one of the pioneers of the textbook rental movement. The textbook rental movement started in the summer of 2007, and originally there were only three companies. One of them was yes you guessed it, Campus Book Rentals!
By renting your textbooks, you can save a ton of money. Renting is a great alternative to buying your books. You can rent your textbooks without the risk of your books becoming devalued by the end of the semester and you can easily rent them online.
Another great perk is that if for any reason you change your mind about your book(s), you have 21 days to return them for a full refund. Isn’t that awesome! Also, if decide you want to keep your books at the end of the semester, just pay them the difference and the books are all yours.
They have a new program called RentBack. RentBack is new program that allows students to rent the textbooks they own to other students. This is great because it makes you 2-4x more money compared to what you would make through buyback options! Super fantastic right!

Campus Book Rentals has also teamed up with Operation Smile with their Making a Difference program. Operation Smile is an international children’s medical charity that heals children’s smiles, forever changing their lives through restorative cleft lip surgeries. Campus Book Rentals has committed to donating to a minimum of 80 additional surgeries between June 2013 and June 2014. By renting from Campus Book Rentals you help them in getting closer to their goal and help a child to have their smile restored to shine bright.

Join the movement, pay less for your college books, and save your hard-earned money. Visit Campus Book Rentals today.

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