Monday, December 10, 2012

TextBook Shopping Made Easy AND Affordable: CampusBookRentals

When it comes to continuing education, going back to school can be a very exciting thing. Some of us head off to college not long after graduating High School but then there are a huge portion of us who don't return to school for many, many years after graduation. Regardless of what category you fall into, College can be a great adventure but more often than not, its not very fun for your wallet.

On top of your usual expenses, going back to School requires quite a large amount of preparation and we all know what that means: School supplies and lots of them! Paper, notebooks, binders, pencils, pens; the list is endless but most importantly, we can't forget about those Text Books.

Whether you're renting or buying the needed course materials, you'll definitely feel the drainage on your budget by the time you're all done and trust me, with expenses piling up, Text Book fee's are the LAST thing you want on your plate.

Fortunately for all of you College-goers out there CampusBookRentals offers affordable solutions for your not so affordable Text Book dilemma. After all, why spent mega-bucks on a book you'll only use once when you can rent it for a fraction of the cost?!

Using CampusBookRentals for your text book needs has so many benefits, including:

-you can save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-free shipping both ways
-you can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented

If those aren't some fantastic reasons to rent from CampusBookRentals, then I don't know what else could possibly motivate you.

Many years ago when my oldest brother was attending Christian College here in Florida and my parents were helping to get him through, I remember what it was like for our expenses. Text Books were a huge drain on their wallets, it was ridiculous! I can only imagine how many hundreds of dollars they would have saved if CampusBookRentals had been around during that time.

A single textbook alone can cost up to as much as $250! Yikes! In 2009 alone, a 4-year college student was priced at having paid $659 in text book fees.

When researching text book fee's I did a price comparison between my local college bookstore and was amazed.

Take a look at the price differences between "Architectural Drawing" at CampusBookRentals and "Architectural Drawing" at my Community College. If I were still a student, it'd be a no-brainer when deciding where to do my Text Book shopping.

To find out more about CampusBookRentals you can visit their website at or take a look at the video posted below.

Good luck Text Book hunters!


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