Campus Book Rentals {Review}

February 11, 2014

It's hard to believe that we (those of us who are students) are already six weeks (or more) into this semester. Many days time seems to fly faster than I can keep track of and it is hard to believe that it has been more than six months since I wrote my first review for Campus Book Rentals & Operation Smile. And I am SO honored to have the opportunity to talk about them again today.  In my last post I mentioned how delighted I was to have the opportunity to share about the opportunity to save a lot of money this upcoming school year through Campus Book Rentals! I still truly believe that Campus Book Rentals is a perfect way to get the textbooks that you need for classes and not spend the hundreds or even thousands of dollars that sometimes can add up over the semesters. 

In my last post I shared several reasons that I believe Campus Book Rentals is awesome. One of those reasons was their new program called "rent back".  Y'all, this is seriously wonderful! In this program you have the opportunity rent the textbooks that you own to other students like yourself. If you think about it you could potentially earn two to four times the amount you would earn if you just simply sold your books at the end of the semester. Research has also shown that Rent Back will provide you with more money than the campus buy back programs that currently exist on most college campuses! This is also a wonderful program for people like myself who are on-line students! 

In addition to this wonderful new program, there is security in the fact that Campus Book Rentals has been around since 2007 so they have years of experience!

and  (here is my favorite part!!!)

  Campus Book Rentals is the fact that with each textbook rented they donate to Operation Smile
Photo Credit: Operation Smile
Are you familiar with Operation Smile?

 Operation Smile "is an international children's medical charity that heals children's smiles, forever changing their lives... [by offering] safe, effective reconstructive surgery and related medical care for children born with facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate. Every three minutes a child is born with a cleft. One in 10 of those children will die before their first birthday. The children who survive are often unable to eat, speak, socialize or smile. In some places, they are shunned and rejected. And in too many cases, their parents can't afford to give them the surgeries they need to live a productive life.

As someone who is dealing with several severe medical issues I know the importance and the miracle of having someone help you in a medical crisis. This to me is one of the main reasons that I support Campus Book Rentals

Thanks so much for reading this y'all! I hope that this helps you as we anticipate finishing this semester strong! Don't forget to go check out the rent back program that I mentioned! 

Disclosure: I received compensation in exchange for highlighting this business but all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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