Sunday, November 24, 2013

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Buying your college textbooks can often cost as much as tuition. Or at least that was the case for me years ago in community college! Instead, you could choose to rent your textbooks and save yourself a lot of money. is your textbook alternative when spring semester rolls around. As one of the pioneers of the textbook rental movement, they are an established, trusted source for renting your textbooks. Perhaps you're already enrolled for classes next semester and know what books you need. Here are several of the many perks to renting your textbooks from

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Already have a few piles of textbooks that you own, but are reluctant to sell because you won't get much for them? Now you can rent out YOUR textbooks to other students using You can make 2-4 times MORE money by renting out your textbooks than just selling them. Be sure to watch this YouTube video for more information.



Ashley Pedersen said...

I love that this type of program is available. i know when i was in college i dreaded spending so much money on books that we realistically never used knowing that there was no way of getting a fraction of their value back

jill24295 said...

I wish they had had this when I was in college in the 80's! I bought a lot of textbooks that collected dust because they'd change editions and you couldn't resell them!

charychild said...

This would have been nice to have when I was in college. Hopefully they'll still be around when my kids go. Only 15 years to go!