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One of the best aspects of renting your college text books via CampusBookRentals.com is that shipping is paid for, both ways. When you're done, you just send them back in their pre-paid envelopes. So easy to do --- no standing in line at the post office.
There are also flexible rental periods that help you rent for the period that works best for you, whether you need to rent books for a whole semester, a quarter, or even for a summer class. They even have a grace period --- just in case you have a late exam and need to hold onto the book a little longer than you expected. That grace period also covers you in case you want to rent a little early to thumb through the text before classes start. Are you a highlighter? I always was way back when! You're allowed to highlight in the texts that you rent from CampusBookRentals.com, something that you might not want to do in purchased books because it affects re-sale value (trust me on this one...)
Cost comparison - I priced Child, Family, School, Community: Socialization and Support (9th edition) by Roberta M. Berns at CampusBookRentals.com (rent) and Amazon.com (to buy).
|Amazon.com price (to buy): $98.89; CampusBookRentals.com price (to rent): $29.17 = savings of $69.72 (Nearly 71% savings Wowza!)|
A company that gives back!
CampusBookRentals.com is a company that gives back. A portion of book rental proceeds go to a worthy charity every year and this year they are committed to supporting the efforts of Operation Smile, an organization that performs cleft lip surgeries on children whose parents can't afford this life-altering surgery. One of my cousins was born with a cleft palette and let me tell you, you'd never know it now. She has just a very faint scar, one that you might just assume was from a normal kid accident. So I know first-hand how much surgery such as this can mean to a child and their family.
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