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SAVINGS: Don't skimp on reading this Summer due to economy (plus, Fall college textbook rentals)

Big savings in Summer reading and 75% discounts for college textbooks this Fall

March 11, 2009 - PRLog -- NEW YORK, NY -- The economy has everyone down, but don’t let it affect your summer reading material! This Summer ‘09 BookSwim, the Netflix for books, is offering one month free for summer reading.

“Swimmers” can enter the code “SUMMER09” at checkout for one month free as part of a three month Summer subscription to BookSwim.

SUMMER 2009:
Families, consider this: A $20/mo. subscription for the three-at-a-time plan is great for a small family of three (now with one month free). BookSwim always has the latest releases you (and your young’in) want to read. Click here for recommendations.  And if it’s not in-stock, they will go out and get it for you!

Casual and avid readers, think: If you’re getting through three books per month, for three months, we’re talking about $135! (Forget the library waiting list – it’ll be winter by the time you’re leading the queue.)Why not rent the latest releases and curl up on your couch on a hot summer day, or flaunt that hot new bestseller on the beach?

FALL 2009:
College students: The average student spends over $900 per year on books, but BookSwim has just launched textbook rental that can help you save up to 75%. (Plus, you wont have to post flyers all over campus when you’re trying to get rid of your copy of Experimental Psychology!)

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ABOUT BOOKSWIM: BookSwim is America's only online book rental service offering everything from hardcover new releases to paperback classics. For more, visit http://www.bookswim.com/

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