Rentback.com – Get More Money From Your Used Textbooks

In our neck of the woods, college semesters are wrapping up.  Students are looking forward to the summer off to relax and recuperate.  But for some (like Art) summer school looms on the horizon, and realistically, September (or August) and the fall semester will be here before you know it!!

Campusbookrentals.com is a great way to save money on textbooks!!  Here are some of the advantages:

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

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

Operation Smile works is to heal children’s smiles and transform lives across the globe.  Their medical volunteers treat children with cleft lips, cleft palates, and other facial deformities, and leave a legacy of trained medical professionals, surgical equipment and professional partnerships to expand local medical infrastructures and create self-reliance in the developing world.  And your textbook rental through Campusbookrentals.com helps fund this worthy cause.

In addition, Campusbookrentals.com has a new program called Rentback.com.  With this new program, students who purchased their books, can rent them to other students, through Campusbookrentals.com.  Here’s how it works:

What a great program!! With Rentback.com, students can make 2-4 times what they would make from a traditional buyback program.  And we’re all trying to optimize our dollars in this economy, aren’t we?

Why not try it for yourself? Rentback.com has a handy search tool which allows you to look a book up by isbn, author, title, or keyword.  Once you choose the book you want to rent out, Rentback.com will let you know how much your book is worth and how many times you will be able to rent it out before it is unrentable.

Give it a shot and let me know how much money you saved or how much you made!!

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Campusbookrentals.com  All opinions are 100% my own.

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