Tuesday, 10 July 2012


About a year ago my boyfriend started University, his company pays for the tuition because it is work related, however the books come out of our pocket which is something we didn't think about initially. Who knew they could be so expensive? We quickly turned to renting the books and it has proved to be cheaper and more convenient.

By renting a book from CampusBookRentals.com instead of buying it from a bookstore you could save 40%-90%! That is huge savings! Not only that but they offer FREE shipping both ways! The rental periods give you lots of time and you can even highlight the important parts! There is also the option to BUY the book if you would like to keep it. You can click here for more information on how to rent or watch these video to learn more!

For every book rented on CampusBookRentals.com they will donate to Operation Smile, which is a worldwide non-profit organization who help with surgeries for children with cleft lip or cleft palates. This organization was founded in 1982 and has helped 150,000 children and young adults worldwide.

As I mentioned before, rental periods are very flexible, for one semester you have 130 days, for one quarter you have 85 days, and for the summer you have 55 days. Rental period starts on the day you receive and end on the 130th, 85th or 55th day and must be returned on the final day unless you need to use the 15 day grace period!

Whether you need to start your own business or you want to be a personal trainer, they have helped students from over 5800 campuses! You know how important it is to save money while going to school! You NEED to check out CampusBookRentals.com. Can you afford not to?!

*This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for writing it.*


  1. I love this and very beneficial for me, as I am a college student.

  2. I wish I had known about this when I was in school! I'll be going back soon, so thanks for the post about this great program!

  3. I'll have to tell my brothers about this. What a wonderful way to save money!

  4. This is great! My hubby is a professor and says students pay WAY TOO MUCH for books!