Sell Course Materials
HOW TO SELL YOUR COURSE MATERIALS
Call or email us- You can mail us your books or drop them off at the bookstore and get paid.
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We pay you cash on the spot!
Do you purchase course materials?
Yes, the bookstore pays cash for course materials. Give us a call at (501) 336-0166 or send us an email with your books ISBNs, and we will give you a buyback price. You can mail us your books or drop them off at the bookstore and get paid.
What kind of course materials do you purchase?
The bookstore purchases all types of course materials: books (hardback, paperback, loose-leaf/binder, novels, trade, etc.), calculators, clickers, and much more. Send us an email with your book ISBNs, and we will give you a buyback price. You can mail us your books or drop them off at the bookstore and get paid.
Does the condition of my books matter?
Yes. Your books must be in "good" condition or better. This means all pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include some notes and highlighting. If you book originally came with a CD, study guide, or other supplement, it must included. CDs must be in working condition. A book is not considered to be in good condition if any of the following apply:
If your book is not in good condition the quoted price may be reduced. Decisions regarding the condition of a book will be determined by our staff at the time they are received. Once you send your books, they cannot be returned for any reason.
Do you buy annotated instructor's editions?
Yes. however, we only pay 20% of the quoted price for the U.S. edition ISBN. International editions usually have the same content as the U.S. edition. These books are often bound with a soft cover. They usually have "International Edition" printed on the cover or "IE" printed on the spine. This information will also appear on the title page of the book.
Do you buy loose-leaf textbooks?
Yes. However, we only pay 20% of the quoted price for the hardcover or paperback ISBN. Loose-leaf textbooks are not bound. The pages are usually meant for a three ring binder. Loose-leaf textbooks are sometimes referred to as "a la carte" editions.