As a general rule, at the end of every semester, the “early bird gets the worm”. By that we mean, beat the rush and be one of the first to send back your rental books or sell your other textbooks to get the most cash for them.
There’s a lot of debate on school campuses whether to rent or buy for this semester. Here are some examples of comparisons. In the end, the only debate will be “what you will do with the money you save”. Example #1 The number one book rented from CBR is Lucas’ Art of Public [...]
Image by Getty Images via @daylifeCollege Book Renter has been getting several inquiries about questions concerning late fees. If your textbook(s) is not returned and or a UPS Return Label has not been generated by the last day of your rental period, then your credit card will be charged a 15 day extension fee. However, [...]
Today’s post comes from Sean Barnett a senior college student set for graduation in a few weeks. Hey gang, My name is Sean Barnett and I’m about to graduate in May. I really wish I had stumbled upon the college textbook rental scene sooner. It doesn’t matter which vendor you choose, you can save [...]
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