As someone who constantly is taking classes to make my future brighter and support my family’s future, I have to admit that the cost of attending college is enough to get anyone down. Sure, if you pay in-state tuition it doesn’t seem that bad. But then there’s that day. It occurs once a semester and it involves standing in line to spend hundreds of dollars. Yes, book buying day.
One semester in community college I spent $600 on books. It was my biggest college purchase because I generally bought online. This year three of my four classes required brand new editions and that meant big money. I was so utterly depressed dishing out that kind of cash and all semester I was overprotective of my books not binding pages, not pressing back covers, and not highlighting or writing in the book.
There’s no reason to worry about that anymore!
With CampusBookRentals.com you can rent books at a fraction of the cost, mark them up, and send them back. You save 40-90% off of bookstore prices, and shipping is even included (both ways)!
Check out this book, Classics of Western Thought (4th edition). I have this book sitting on my bookshelf from my last semester of community college. It’s worth about $129 and I bought it used for $80. You can grab this same book at CampusBookRentals.com and pay about $30 to have it for an entire semester. (Don’t forget… you can mark in it!) So you rent it for half of what you’d pay for a used copy, and save more than you’d get in buybacks. Sounds good to me!
So head on over, start your free account and start searching for rentals for next semester! You get $5 per referral if you invite your friends, too!