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Online Textbook Rental Service Launched By Amazon

Online Textbook Rental Service Launched By Amazon

Can’t buy books? Just rent it out.

Students can now search the books of their interest and purchase them on the rental basis for the whole semester, saving 70% of their expenditure .

Students can simply visit the the website and choose the books of their needs. They can click on the option “Rent Now” and can fulfill the payment procedure leading to the successful shipping of the books to the student’s doorway. Books will be rented on the semester basis i.e. for 130 days , the usual duration of the college semester. Students can renew books for an extra 15 days for an additional payment.

An offer is also out there for the buyers, like if a student make the order of more than $25 then there will be no shipping charge. Textbook rentals and millions of other items including books, backpacks, electronics, video games, the latest fashion in clothing and shoes and other college essentials are eligible for Free Two-Day Shipping with an Amazon Prime membership.

After the announcement Ripley MacDonald, Director of Textbooks at Amazon.com, stated, “College is expensive, and students are always looking for ways to save money on textbooks, which is why we’ve long offered great prices on both new and used textbooks, With Textbook Rental, Amazon gives students yet another great option for saving money – it’s now easier than ever for students to get the books they need, in the format they want, at affordable prices. So no matter if a student wants to buy or rent their textbooks, Amazon can be their one-stop shop.”

Searching out for the books on rent ?? Check out : http://www.amazon.com/New-Used-Textbooks-Books/b/ref=sa_menu_tb7?ie=UTF8&node=465600

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