All books are sold on a non-returnable basis. Claims for shortages must be made within 15 days of receipt of goods.
All returns on damaged products are handled on a case by case basis.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and PayPal.
We accept e-check (electronic check) payments only through PayPal. It usually takes 3-4 business days for e-check payments to process. When your payment clears, your order will be shipped usually within 1 business day.
We also accept checks and money orders via mail. (We reserve the right at our discretion to hold shipment on check payments until the funds clear.) All checks and money orders should be made payable to BookLiquidator. Please write your order number on the check.Mail to the following address:
Book Liquidator P.O. Box 1616 Wylie, TX 75098
Purchase orders are accepted from schools and libraries only. The order must be shipped directly to the school or library that is making the purchase.
We will hold your order for up to 5 days pending credit approval. Once approved, the payment terms will be Net 30 days.
When you check out we give you the choices of USPS or UPS shipping. All our shipping methods include delivery confirmation. You choose which method you want us to use. Each shipping method offered will show you the cost of that shipping method at the time of checkout. (We will contact you concerning large orders that exceed USPS and UPS requirements to arrange the best method of shipping at the lowest price.)
We do our best to ship all orders within 72 hours of receipt of payment. This means if you place your order and pay by credit card or paypal your shipment will go out within the next 3 business days. If you choose check or money order, your order will go out 3 business days after we receive your payment in the mail. (We reserve the right at our discretion to hold shipment on check payments until the funds clear.)
International Shipping Now Available!
We have partnered with Bongo International to service our customers Worldwide!
Bongo International provides our customers with their very own US address. Once you have a US address, you will be able to make purchases with us as well as other US based online retailers. Bongo receives your purchases and logs them into their online system which you can use to view your items and consolidate them with multiple orders.
International customers can save up to 82% off typical international shipping rates by following these four easy steps:
Register with Bongo and receive a U.S. shipping address.
Enter the Bongo address as both your billing and shipping address.
Use the credit card that you have on file with Bongo as the payment method.
Once the order arrives at Bongo, log into your account to forward to your country.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bongo through live chat or by e-mail. They will be glad to assist you.
Attention International Customers: If you would like to get an estimate of the duties and taxes you should expect to pay, you can utilize this Duty/Tax estimator: https://bongous.com/duty-tax-calculation.php. Please be aware this is an estimate, we appreciate your business!
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All our products is in new and unused condition. Our inventory is comprised of new overstock books, remainders, returns, and closeouts from the publishers. Products with a larger discount may have slight shelf wear from warehouse storage. Approximately 20%-30% of our inventory may have a publisher's remainder mark on the page edge or upc code.
We do NOT sell "hurt" or damaged books. We do NOT sell used books.
What is a remainder book?
Remainders are books which no longer sell fast enough to meet the publishers accounting needs. These books may in fact still be nearly best sellers, but the warehouse space is needed for the next best seller. Many remainders were originally over priced and sell better as remainders than they did at full price. The publishers sell remainders to remainder wholesalers who in turn sell them to retailers. Remainders are the best opportunity for booksellers to increase profit margins, individualize their stores, and build customer loyalty all in one transaction. Typically publishers use a small red or black dot or small mark on the pages edges of books or use a black mark or small box cut to mark audiobooks and dvds.
What is a hurt book?
Hurts are returns from retailers which buy books on a returnable basis from publishers. Some hurt books have slight damage to the pages or a creased or bent cover, or small tear. The publishers sell these returns to wholesalers rather than sort them out and put them back into circulation. Unlike remainders, hurts are often still in print and may include current best sellers. Most hurts are actually unused but usually are in "very good" condition, and some may show other minor signs of wear. Go Back