Over the next three weeks, college students (and their parents) will spend more than $3 billion on the most essential of all winter back-to-school items: textbooks. The average student spends nearly $700 on textbooks for the new semester, but an increasing number are bringing these costs down by renting their textbooks instead. Textbook rentals hardly existed four years ago, but they now account for nearly 48% of all sales. By renting textbooks students can save 60-80% off the list price. Rent your textbooks from eCampus.com and see why so many students are excited about saving tons of cash this semester! To view the full infographic click here.
eCampus.com is getting ready for the rush! School is back in session! We know you will be needing textbooks, so click over to eCampus.com to find all the books you need! We offer students the option of new textbooks, used textbooks, rent textbooks, and etextbooks! Get your books while they are in stock!!
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Good luck this semester!
I’m reading Fundamentals of Financial Management
With the school year quickly approaching it is almost impossible to not think of the daunting first day woes such as sitting in a class just to get your syllabus, walking in the rain, and dropping cash on paper, pens, blue books etc. At least there is one thing that can be a breeze; ordering your book off eCampus.com! So sit back and let us do the work of getting the best version of your required text delivered right to your door. And in case you were wondering exactly how a textbook order makes it from your computer screen to an actual book in your hand; we have put together a little video to explain.
Kelsey The Intern
I am reading Your Health Today
Our blog has been down for the last day, but only so that we could throw away the old design and bring in the new. We hope you all enjoy. We’ll still be writing the same stuff like study tips, cheap recipes, money saving ideas and anything else we think you should know about. Stay tuned!
Big thanks to Edward Caissie for the awesome theme and support!
I’m reading Macroeconomics