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ValoreBooks Launches College Textbook Loyalty Program

ValoreVIP offers 10% cash back on all purchases and award-winning on-demand digital study content in over 20 subjects

BOSTON, Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, ValoreBooks launched its college textbook loyalty program that offers savings, protection, and convenience at ValoreBooks.com and more than 1,000 of the best retailers on the web. With ValoreVIP, students get 10 percent cash back automatically -- plus cash-back rebates on shipping charges. Additionally, members will have exclusive access to the leading digital content of the Boundless Boost library of more than 500 digital textbook supplements covering 20 major subject areas.

With more than a decade of experience in helping college students save money and over 10 million visitors a year, ValoreBooks knows what the student wants: the best prices, better value, and more choices.

According to Patrick Kandianis, co-founder and chief innovation officer of Valore, "We understand that over 84 percent of our student customers believe that the cost of textbooks and course materials is too high, and we are committed to doing everything in our power to ease that burden. Furthermore the addition of Boundless to the Valore family means that we can re-imagine the ways in which physical and digital course materials are delivered together in order to arm students with the best resources possible. ValoreVIP is our solution for the budget-conscious student who wants to get the most value out of his or her education for an affordable monthly fee."

The benefits of the ValoreVIP Program include:

  • Free shipping on the absolute lowest priced textbook purchase and rental options at ValoreBooks.
  • Access to award-winning digital study content with unlimited access to the Boundless Boost library, a $300 value.
  • Free shipping, 10% cash back, and free return shipping at 1,000 retail partners, including student favorites such as L.L. Bean, Banana Republic, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, Dell, J.Crew, Kohl's, Nike, Old Navy, Sephora, Staples, Target and Walmart.
  • 30% off movie tickets from MovieTickets.com.

ValoreVIP is being launched in partnership with Clarus Commerce, a leader in e-commerce solutions. Learn more on how to sign up for ValoreVIP today.

About Valore
Valore is a collection of online brands including ValoreBooks, SimpleTuition and Boundless, that provides innovative solutions to help students pay less for their education by providing cheaper textbooks, more affordable student loans and resources that help graduates get debt-free faster. Founded in 2006, Valore offers a comprehensive set of education-focused tools and one of the biggest online textbook marketplaces designed to save millions of students money on textbooks and improve economics for the entire textbook value chain.

With the acquisition of Boundless, which provides ready-to-use and customizable online content, study materials, and assessment items to make teaching more efficient and learning more effective, Valore is uniquely positioned to be an agent of change in how college textbooks are created, acquired and consumed.

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