A valid itemized cash
register receipt must accompany all refund requests. Full refunds or exchanges will be granted during the first week of a semester. Defective books will be exchanged during this
accompanied by a valid receipt. We do not intend to sell damaged
books, nor do we buyback damaged books. Therefore, it's
imperative that in the unlikely event you receive a damaged
book, that you exchange it during the refund period. Books
returned after the refund period, new books with markings, or
opened "shrink wrapped" packages will be purchased at
our normal buyback price. See our buyback policy.
Books & More
buys current textbooks everyday. You do not need a
receipt to sell your textbooks. We only ask for a student I.D.
or a driver's license. We do not buyback books with any
damage whatsoever. We never buy books with water damage,
loose pages or bad bindings. When selling your books, we
generally pay about 50% of the retail price of the on-campus
store, so you get the same or more as on-campus when you sell
your books at Books and More. Of course, we also have
quicker service so you can get in and get out with cash in your
pocket faster than anywhere else. Certain books may be
purchased for less. See exceptions.
Books sold with
online access codes, CDs, spiral bindings, perforated pages,
study guides, solutions manuals with writing, "no class
offered" or overstocked books will be purchased, if
possible, at a reduced price or at a wholesale price.
Textbooks with excessive highlighting or notes will be also be
purchase at a reduced price. The bottom line is that
textbooks must be in a condition that would allow them to be
resold. If you wouldn't buy it, chances are we won't