Libraries are closed & Universities are shut – but sadly exams, assignments & dissertations roll on. The good news is Perlego can bridge the gap.
Perlego is ‘the Spotify of textbooks’, with over 300,000 titles. It has loads of benefits, including automatically referencing for you. Most importantly, right now you can get a free trial for 6 weeks, with no strings attached. If you add code ‘SAVIOUR’ when you sign up you get 15% off, so assuming you want to continue, you can get unlimited access to all of their textbooks for less than the price of Netflix. Since there’s a free trial it’s a bit of a no brainer, try it out and if you don’t like it, cancel it. You can save up to 90% compared to actually buying textbooks, making it a great offer at the best of times, but with quarantine it gives you the perfect opportunity to test it out while maintaining social distance! If you don’t plan to continue, make sure you cancel before the free trial ends though!
Benefits of Perlego
After the free trial, if you choose to continue with a subscription, you can either choose a yearly membership – which works out to £10 a month – or pay monthly at £15/month. However if you use our exclusive discount code ‘SAVIOUR’ you can get an additional 15% off. So you can potentially access all of your books for a year for less than the cost of 1 or 2 of them. You don’t have to wait for a book to become free in the library, and you can learn and expand your knowledge in other subjects too.
Unlimited access anywhere
Perlego has taken the Spotify approach to textbooks, so instead of buying a book you may only need for a couple of chapters or one reference, you have unlimited access to hundreds of thousands of textbooks. This makes it perfect for revision, research & referencing. It also means you can learn about virtually any subject and increase your skill set beyond just your degree subject. Plus you don’t have to wait for availability at the library or worry about late fees
Built in referencing
Need we say more ?? They generate academic citations for their eBooks in both Harvard and Vancouver referencing styles. Just copy and paste!
You can access Perlego on you laptop, phone or tablet, so your bag doesn’t have to weigh 20kg! You can also highlight, bookmark & annotate as you would in a normal textbook
Fewer dead trees
Lets face it: students buying new textbooks every year isn’t exactly the greenest thing in the world, and sadly the most important/best books tend to never be available at the library.
Right now, using the link below, you can try it for free for 14 days. Test it out and get access to 200,000 textbooks to see if you like it. If you don’t, cancel and never pay a penny!