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Calling All College Students!!!

Don't you hate how much money it costs to buy those dreadful college textbooks? I know that nagging  feeling all too well. That moment you realize that summer is coming to a close and you'll be completely broke, yet again. There's no way getting around it, you NEED those books and they are not cheap by any means! 

So, let me ask you this, did you know that you can rent your college textbooks for 40-90% off the original bookstore price? Well, you can, at campusbookrentals.comFor instance a basic Chemistry book from it would cost you $229.30, but if you were to rent it from it would only cost you $56.18 for a full semester. That's a huge difference! Not only do you get a great deal, but you also get free shipping both ways, flexible rental periods, 30 day risk free returns, and you can highlight in the textbook like it's your own! How amazing is that? also has the largest selection of college textbooks in the nation, so you're sure to find what you need. 


 The best part about this program is that every time you rent from them, donates to Operation Smile. Operation Smile is an amazing non-profit organization that gives children with cleft lip a brand new smile they can be proud of. 

Next time your all bent out of shape over the cost of your college textbooks, remember what I told you about and how you can save 40-90% off bookstore prices. You'll be so glad you remembered!


  1. Thanks for this post Sasha. My husband is starting school again in September and he is going to need to buy his own textbooks. I will definitely be having him check this out!! Thank you!!


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