Campus book rentals: one of best ways for students to save money – CSMonitor.com

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Textbook rental is becoming an increasingly popular choice for college students, who’ve seen book prices surge in recent years.

Students can cut their upfront costs in half by renting, rather than buying a textbook, according to the National Association of College Stores, a a trade group for textbook vendors.

And retailers across the country are responding, with local college bookstores opening their own rental services to compete with online book rental sites.

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Textbook rental: one of best ways for students to save money – CSMonitor.com.

Stop wasting your money and start renting from Chegg.com with Chegg Promotion Codes and Chegg Coupons

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Did you know that the average student will spend over $500 per term buying textbooks? Seems like an awful lot of money to buy textbooks that often get opened one time, right? Well, with Chegg.com, you will save hundreds! And now you can save even more with our chegg promotion codes and chegg coupon codes.

So stop wasting your money and start renting from Chegg.com.  I’m on the bandwagon and I’ve saved enough to buy all my term papers!  Not really, but I have saved some serious cash by Chegging my books.  I have a chegg promo code that will save you an additional 5% off your total order, use CC131407.

Want proof?

Essential Biology by Campbell, Reece & Simon is $83.18 if you buy it on Amazon.com.  If you rent it on Chegg.com, it’s only $11.78.  That’s a savings of over $71!

It’s so simple, just search for the books you need and place your order.  Chegg will ship them to you fast and at the end of the term you ship them back for free.  What’s really cool is that they plant a tree for every order.

Don’t forget to visit Chegg.com and use promo code CC131407.

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Renting textbooks is a cheaper way if you follow a few rules.

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Renting textbooks is a cheaper way if you follow a few rules.
1) Most important – don’t loose your book. You will find yourself paying both the rental and the replacement cost.
2) Don’t return it late – if they can not re-rent it the rental co losses big time and there late fees can get very expensive
3) Compare prices – with over a dozen big name sites offering rentals be sure to compare the prices and shipping. A price comparison tool like Cheap-Textbooks.com makes this job easier.
4) Read the terms & conditions – don’t just check the box that says you read it, Read IT! This is a 4 month contract that covers what you can and CAN NOT do with the book.

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