***Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post of an awesome company I really like. I have personally used Campus Book Rentals and I am a fan. All opinions are, as always, 100% my own!
With all that has been going on in my personal life I decided to take this semester off. It is killing me, because I know just how close I am to finally being done. I am going to school to learn all I can and hopefully start a career in event planning and management. I have been so blessed to be able to work a bit in the field while going to school but, for me, finishing school is important and I can’t wait to get back in it and finish this long but rewarding journey. I plan to head back next semester- if I can get all the kiddos schedules to work. As of now, they are all in school but, wouldn’t you know, on different schedules. I always have at least one kid with me at home.
School is expensive and I am definitely in some student loan debt. It is the only debt we have, at this time though, and I am proud of that. But as you all know; I’m trying to live on less over here. Book prices are not helpful when it comes to a budget. I spend anywhere from $75 to $250 on EACH BOOK. Which is why Campus Book Rentals is such a relief. Their prices for books are great and they have a RentBack program that allows students to rent the textbooks they own – to other students… which is awesome because it makes them 2-4x more money compared to what you might make through buyback options!
The perks of using Campus Book Rentals:
-save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-free shipping both ways
-can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-donatation to Operation Smile with each textbook rental
Check out this video about the RentBack program:
Campus Book Rentals not only helps save student money, they donate to Operation Smile with each text book rented. You are to get those books anyway, why not get them for less while doing a bit of good