I've mentioned before on here that I graduated college with whopping $35 dollars.
Thank goodness I had a graduation party and job lined up so I was all set by the time my first rent check was due!
Since then my bank account has definitely been padded a little, but I still love to save money.
Even more, I love saving money without even trying. I wish I could be that person who has a huge coupon binder, but I just don't have the time or patience.
Then, thanks to some other bloggers I discovered Ebates!
You seriously just shop like you normally do online, and then you get cash back!
All you have to do is go to the site through Ebates. For example, if you want to go crazy at the VS Semi Annual sale, instead of just typing in www.victoriassecret.com, you go to Ebates, and then click on Victoria's Secret through their site. Then? You get cash back for your purchases!
Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.
So go now and sign up. You won't regret it!
Now, what if I told you you could still make money off of your left over textbooks from college?
If you're like me you saved some of your main textbooks for future reference, and now they're currently sitting on the bookshelf collecting dust like Lindsay Lohan collects criminal charges.
Well, Campus Book Rentals has a new program called RentBack, where you can rent your old textbooks to other students each semester! Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.
If you know anyone still in college, there are a lot of other great things about Campus Book Rentals.
Instead of spending 6 million dollars per semester buying textbooks from your college bookstore, you can rent them from Campus Book Rentals for up to 90% less than bookstore prices, you can highlight in the books (a must!) and the best part...with each textbook rented, the company donates to Operation Smile! This year they are donating 1,000 life saving cleft lip surgeries to children in need.
How could you not love this company?
So, if you're like me and are planning to go back to school, or know anyone who is in college, please spread the word about Campus Book Rentals. They are truly a great company, and I can't wait to use them when I go back to school!
*I was compensated by Campus Book Rentals for this post, but I make sure to research every company before I agree to post for them. You can always be sure all thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.