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Renting Textbooks is Like…

August 10, 2010

Listen up, here’s the deal… It was just summer break, the sun shining, temperatures warmer, and school was out! So, what do a lot of people do? Take a vacation! Think about this, you fly to that tropical island you have always dreamt of going to, get off the plane and RENT a car! Why don’t you just buy the car? You could sell it back later and get some money for it! You don’t buy a car you are going to use for only a week. It’s the same reasoning for not buying a textbook that you are only going to use for a semester. You see, if you are going to use something short term, just rent it! It will save you a lot of money in the long run!

Textbook Rentals are a great way for college students to SAVE SAVE SAVE!  Here, take a tip from Textbookstop’s founder and CEO Peter Hurtubise, “We recommend renting textbooks as long as you are saving at least $20 from the purchase price. If you need a textbook for more than one term, it is usually cheaper to buy.” The best part is that offers both renting and buying features, all in one simple transaction! So, sit at any computer, look for your books online, decide whether it is better to rent or buy, put the books in your cart, and check out! It’s that simple! The books will be delivered right to your doorstep. When you are done with them, just conveniently drop them off at your LOCAL drop stop, no packaging necessary! Wanna know the good news for textbook buyers? If you stop into your local drop stop location, they will buy your books back too! So it’s a one-stop shop for all your textbook needs! In other words, textbook rentals and sales made easy!

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