No more Amazon rentals – so rent with TextbookRush!

You may be wondering how to rent textbooks on Amazon. If you haven’t already heard, Amazon is stepping away from renting textbooks to students. It’s been reported that this decision is to cut back on Amazon’s costs. What does that mean for you? Easy – it’s time to step away from the Amazon textbook rental program and join ours.

TextbookRush is the most experienced textbook renter with almost 30 years in the textbook industry. In fact, we were the first rental provider on Amazon, and many of the books rented on Amazon came from TextbookRush. Our experience makes us the best place to rent textbooks. Here’s what you need to know about renting textbooks from TextbookRush:

  1. TextbookRush updates textbook rental pricing daily. Our goal is to make sure our customers are getting the best deal on textbooks.
  2. You can rent college textbooks for a semester.
  3. If you need more time with your rental, you can extend your textbook rental at any time.
  4. You can also convert your rental into a purchase at any time.
  5. The textbook rental terms and conditions are straightforward.
  6. Free shipping on rental orders over $35, and free return shipping once you’re done with your rental term.
  7. Finally, a 30-day satisfaction guarantee on your textbook rental order. 

Renting textbooks from TextbookRush is worth it. It’s considerably less expensive than buying textbooks for school. Renting is almost always the cheaper option, even with our specialty being selling used textbooks. Since Amazon textbook rentals are no longer available, it’s time you start renting from TextbookRush. You’ll be able to find the cheapest textbook rental offers with TextbookRush!

About the author

Alison Blankenship
Senior Marketing Manager
I graduated Cum Laude from The Ohio State University (Go Bucks!) with degrees in Marketing and Communications. I’ve been working in the textbook industry for over 10 years, and my work has been featured by College Confidential, Mercy College of Health Sciences, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania Tribune, Montana Technological University, Oregon Live, and other organizations.

I’m an obsessive lover of dachshunds and a passionate reader of books. I’m an avid Pinner and poster, and I’m all over our Facebook page, Twitter account, Instagram and Pinterest.