Lexington, Kentucky (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
In an effort to help students who didn’t buy textbooks at the beginning of the semester save money, eCampus.com’s Midterm Mania Sale will offer them the chance to rent any in stock textbook for only $20 while supplies last. The sale, beginning this week, comes just in time for most universities’ midterm and final exams.
“This time of year is stressful enough for students without the added pressure of purchasing an expensive textbook,” says Matt Montgomery, President and CEO of eCampus.com, “We hope that by offering our Midterm Mania Sale students will have one less thing to worry about during this busy time.”
At a time when most students are just realizing they need a textbook they never purchased in order to do well in a class, eCampus.com’s continuous commitment to better serve its customers is more important than ever. Many students forgo buying textbooks during peak buying times because they feel that they are too expensive and don’t want to waste their money. It isn’t until later that some realize that having a book to study with really is worth the money.
“Our dedication to our customers isn’t limited to the months of August and January when most students order their textbooks,” explains Montgomery, “We understand that each student has different needs and our goal is to meet each of them to the best of our ability. With this sale, we are dropping our prices drastically so students can ace their midterms and finals without overpaying.”
eCampus.com, named Best Website for Buying College Textbooks by About.com, is offering this sale on textbook rentals because they understand that more students prefer renting textbooks over buying them. According to students, textbook rentals are the most convenient and inexpensive way to buy books. The Midterm Mania Sale aims to cut costs of this already cheap alternative, something many textbook sites are unwilling to do because their main goal is profit rather than customer commitment.
Students can visit eCampus.com and click on the Rent Textbooks link to get started on saving money. For instant access to digital versions of text, students may purchase subscriptions to eTextbooks which last up to 360 days.
eCampus.com, a major online retailer, provides textbooks to consumers in the easiest, fastest and cheapest manner. David Thomas, founder of Wendy’s, was one of eCampus.com’s original founders in 1999. eCampus.com is committed to providing the best selection of deals to students at the college and university level.