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Save on Textbooks with a Chegg Coupon for Book Rental

Paying for college tuition alone is enough to break the bank. Add the cost of textbooks on top of room and board and tuition and it’s enough to make anyone scrape for pennies hiding between the couch cushions. When it comes to saving money on college necessities, like books, students can’t afford to pass up those opportunities.

College campuses advise students to buy or rent books from the campus bookstore. However, there are plenty of other places to buy or rent textbooks from. I used to rent my textbooks from the campus bookstore, because I was lazy and did not feel like looking for books online. When the price of books started climbing at a rapid rate I had to find new places to purchase books.

The first time I started looking for low prices on books I didn’t know where to shop.¬†Many websites offer textbook purchases that are cheaper than campus bookstores. Most college students do not like to buy books, because there is no use for them after classes are over at the end of the semester.

The word around my college campus was that Chegg.com had the best savings deals for textbooks. Chegg.com offered students the option of purchasing or renting books at the lowest price possible. I started to compare the price of textbook rentals of Chegg to my college bookstore to see if the website was worth a try. The low prices reeled me in. I save $100 to $200 when I rent my books from Chegg. I’ve been renting my books from Chegg for two years and pleased¬†with my purchases and savings. Read the rest of this entry »



Student Discount Programs by National Brands

Now more than ever with credit card and student loan debt looming over most students from the current economic situation students across America are taking advantage of the programs offered by companies for student discounts.

Ensure that your student ID card is always with you while shopping because most programs simply require showing a valid photo student identification card. Don’t be afraid to ask almost everywhere you go! You’ll be surprised at some of the places that offer great savings!

Automobiles:
General Motors (College discount program)

Car Insurance Student Discounts

Cell Phone Companies:

AT&T

Sprint

T-Mobile

Verizon

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Princeton Review Coupon for SAT, LSAT, MCAT, GRE and More

This offer is expired. See current offers from The Princeton Review here.

College entrance and grad school exams are a thorn in the side of any college-bound student. But no matter how much you don’t want to take them, your desire to score well should be higher. The Princeton Review has long been a respected resource for students, as they offer top-notch study prep courses for a variety of exams.

princeton reviewEvery day, when you visit this page at The Princeton Review, EduInReview.com readers receive a special 10% discount on a number of online and classroom prep courses.

During September, that discount has been extended to save $150 on SAT on ACT Essentials courses (9/1/09-/30/09), and save $250 on MCAT, LSAT, GMAT and GRE classroom or LiveOnline Courses (9/1/09-10/1/09).

The standard 10% discount, available here, is applicable to the following exams:

> PSAT
> ACT
> SAT
> LSAT
> GMAT
> MCAT
> GRE
> USMLE
> DAT

Read on to learn more about what The Princeton Review can do for you! Read the rest of this entry »





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