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Recently we celebrated John paying off his student loan.

His student loan wasn't as large as some that we've heard of but it was still a huge relief that it was over and done with.

I didn't qualify for a student loan for a few reasons. One being that according to the student loan people my parents should have been footing the bill for my education. The other being I had a very forward thinking Opa and Oma who opened up an RESP for me when I was young. I managed to make that last through 4 years of University. Between that and working every summer and being allowed to live at home I managed to get out of University debt free. I was lucky. So incredibly lucky. I know that's not usually the case for most students. Especially if you're looking to pursue something more than just a Bachelors degree.

That's why it's great that and exist. Every little thing you can save money on in University or College is a huge deal.

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?! 

Here's a quick little video to better explain how rentback works.

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.