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Tis the season to try and save a little cash after the money hemorrhage that the Christmas season can be. A lot of friends of mine are doing things like the 52 week savings plan or Make Do January or Low spend January. So that's why I was super excited when contacted me again asking if I wouldn't mind giving a bit of a shout our to the students out there who are trying to save some cash this January.

If you don't remember my last post about them here are some of the awesome things about them and renting your textbooks; (again sorry Canadian student friends, they don't ship to Canada yet.)

- save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
- free shipping both ways
- can highlight in the textbooks
- flexible renting periods

- 21 day guarantee. If you drop the class or don't need the book. You have 21 days to return it for a full refund.

- with every textbook rented a portion of the proceeds goes to Operation Smile

Still need a little convincing?

Pretty awesome huh?!

Want to know what else it pretty awesome? RentBack, the new initiative that allows students to rent the textbooks they own - to other students which is awesome because it makes students 2-4 times 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?! I remember when I sold my textbooks in University I chose to sell them through the campus bookstore. The consignment cheque I got was always so disappointing!! One textbook I had I couldn't even I still have it. It's currently in storage in Canada. Which textbook you might ask? My astronomy textbook. Yup, I failed it the first time around so sure I didn't need to buy a textbook the second time around but now I'm stuck with it forever. Oh the irony.

So a quick recap

- They save you money
- They donate to Operation smile
- And you can rentback

So much awesome in one place!!!

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Campus Book Rentals. All opinions expressed are my own and 100% honest.