December 01, 2013
Campus Book Rentals and Rent Back Program
Some perks are:
-save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-free shipping both ways
-can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-we donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented
How does Campus Book Rentals work?
So you've heard that they donate to Operation Smile, but what is that? I'll tell you...
Operation Smile is an international children's medical charity that heals children's smiles, forever changing their lives. 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. Operation Smile provides these services to children in need.
CampusBookRentals.com now has a new program, RentBack. This allows students to rent the textbooks they own to other students. It would bring in 2-4 times the money compared to just selling a book back. And what college student doesn't jump at the opportunity to make more money???
How does RentBack Work? Take a Look:
Head on over and check it out for yourself!!!
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