Save Money by Renting Text Books for School

For many College and University students back to school is the last thing on their minds. They are enjoying the much needed break and doing some work as they can to pay for school. School expenses are huge and many students have no idea what things cost planning ahead. Many are on their own for the first time and just experiencing life away from mom and dad. 

They are needing to budget rent, food, day to day expenses and entertainment. Then on top of it they have their tuition that does not cover school supplies, uniforms if needed and text books. I was really surprised at the cost of text books when my daughter started this year. She was lucky and found a few used but it was still very costly. 



To help save students and parents money this upcoming school year, I want to share with you a site you can rent textbooks from they also have a new RentBack program. RentBack is new initiative that allows students to rent the textbooks they own – to other students… which is awesome because it makes them 2-4x more money compared to what they’d make through buyback options! (selling their books back at the end of the semester) Isn’t that awesome?!

See how it works

Benefits of renting Textbooks

-save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
-free shipping both ways
-can highlight in the textbooks
-flexible renting periods
-they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented (they are partnered with Operation Smile and are donating over 1,000 life saving cleft lip surgeries this year to children in need)

When your semester is over, if you wish to keep the books you can. You just pay the difference and they are yours. There support staff is just a phone call away so it could not be any easier to do. Best of all you save money. Not only do you save money, but if you choose to do the RentBack program you make money. Imagine what you can do with some extra cash?

See for more information and start saving 


  1. Undomesticgirl says

    I wish this had been around when I was in school!

  2. Will they charge fees if you bend some pages by accident?

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