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Save Major Money on Your Textbooks This Semester!

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Every year I procrastinate buying my textbooks. It’s as if waiting to purchase my books will somehow prevent me from having to dole out hundreds of dollars on texts that I’ll never even glance at when the semester ends. But this year, my worries were put to rest when I discovered Bookrenter.com. The site rents textbooks to students for the semester, saving them an average of 75% off the regular retail price (amazing, I know!). Plus, Book Renter makes getting my books so much easier. Instead of waiting in those long lines at the bookstore (giving me way too much time to contemplate the money I’m about to waste), renting books from Book Renter is simple, easy, and fast!

All I had to do was go online, register, and enter which books I wanted to rent. There are over 5 million titles to choose from and if I accidentally ordered the wrong book, I just need to return it within 21 days and Book Renter will give me a full refund (not even my college bookstore will do that!). Plus, extending rentals is super easy and if I decide I want to keep any of my books, Book Renter will let me buy them for the regular purchase price. And while Book Renter is saving me money, they’re also spreading the wealth by making a donation to FirstBook (which promotes child literacy) every time an order is made!

This site is basically a dream for us collegiettes, so if you’re as jazzed about saving money and time as I am this semester, you can order your textbooks on Book Renter right now by clicking here

Nikki Fig is a Broadcast Journalism major at Emerson College. She writes, produces and reports for shows on several Emerson television stations and is a web writer for Emerson's lifestyle publication, Em Mag. She is also the Philanthropy Chair of Alpha Epsilon Phi and recently returned from a study abroad program in Israel. Nikki is graduating in May and plans to move back to New York City. She wants to pursue a career in journalism that will enable her to combine her love of fashion, travel and culture.  
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