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Skyo Gives Students Savings, Gives Back to Communities


Thank you to Skyo for allowing me to be part of their amazing community–both in partnering with them and in helping spread the word about the Thirst Project.

Skyo will give $1 to Thirst Project for every new like and follow in December!It’s the holidays and you’re strapped for money. You, or the kids, just got out of school, so the last thing you want to do is think about the upcoming semester. However, I’m going to let you in on a little secret on how to save now so you don’t have to live on beans and weenies later. (I mean, ew.) Check it:

Skyo Has ‘Extra Credit’ Program for Savings on Books

You know how you go to a site to buy something and they tell you that you’ll get big savings, so you go over and then there are all these questions you have to answer and hoops to jump through and 15 screens asking you want else you want to buy (no, I do not need a presidential head with a plant growing on it). And then there are the savings codes to remember (not to mention, using them before they expire!). Yeah, I hate that, too. Well, fortunately for us Skyo doesn’t do any of that because they have “Extra Credit!”

Skyo, the hottest place for online textbooks (dude, you can even rent them), is my kind of savings on books. They don’t do any of that stuff I just mentioned. Instead they just say, “Hey! Glad you’re here! Buy more, save more!”

What’s the catch? NOTHING. (Aren’t you paying attention?!) Seriously. You buy or rent–yes, even rent–two or more books and BAM! You save 5%. You buy or rent four or more books and HUZZAH! a 10% savings.

Any student at any school can use Skyo for cheap textbook options! Just visit Skyo’s website, provide their school information, search for their books and purchase! That’s it! Skyo provides an easy, secure shopping experience and offers a 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.

And, get this, students at more than 1,000 schools can now shop for all of their books with one easy click. Instead of shopping for required materials one at a time, students simply input their course schedule into Skyo’s course search and their book list and shopping cart are automatically populated. Who can believe that? (It sucks that this wasn’t available when I was in school! Oh, that’s right! I had stone tablets instead of textbooks. Never mind.)

So, Get Your Textbooks Now from Skyo–What the heck are you waiting for?!

Skyo Gives Back with Thirst Project

I know, all the stuff I just told you would totally be enough. However, that’s not all Skyo is doing. If you know me, you know I’m all about company’s giving back. (If you don’t know me, just let me say, I’M ALL ABOUT COMPANIES HELPING OTHERS.)

Skyo has pledged to donate $1 to the Thirst Project–a non-profit that provides water for people in need–for every new Facebook like and Twitter follow in December. And? They’re giving up to $25,000! So, please, after you check out their awesome site and buy some books, click over and help people in need get water. (There are totally 1 billion people on this planet who don’t have access to clean water. I.KNOW.)

Give a little holiday joy, will you?

Bloggers, Skyo and Thirst Project

Also, check out these awesome bloggers who wanted to spread the word about Skyo and the Thirst Project, too. Show them some love by checking out their posts! (Don’t you think it’s so important to support those who support others? ME TOO!)

Mom for Less

The Hungry Goddess

Library Girl Reads

Semi-Organic Mom

Cluttered Genius


I serve as the Social Media Blogger Ambassador for Skyo. However, don’t let their affiliation with me turn you off. I may be a little cuckoo, but they totally rock.

Along with being a contributor to, Jacqueline Wilson is: Appalachia Advocate~Supporter of Women~Writer~Accidental Pit Bull Advocate.


  1. Dylan

    August 29, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    Get your textbooks from Skyo! Save 10% & get FREE SHIPPING with promo code, FLY00058! Have a good semester!

  2. Angela D.

    December 19, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    Thanks for asking me to help spread the word. This is a great project and who doesn’t like cheap textbooks!

    • Prime Parents Club

      December 20, 2012 at 12:46 pm

      Thank you for having such a heart for giving and using your blog to share! You’re SO APPRECIATED! /jackie

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