I sold my books for way more cash than I thought I would get! They also had all my summer course textbooks in stock and made it easy for me to get them for a much cheaper price than the OCCC bookstore.
Businesses in Related Category to Book Stores
From Business: Currently there are 35 retail locations across seven states including: Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Lousiana and Texas. Our headquarters are lo…
Didn't find what you were looking for?
Please help others by helping us do better.
HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. Go online and buy from Amazon or somewhere.
I love the service at this store, they always make sure I get only the books I need for my classes.
This is a great place to not only buy your books but sell them as well. I was pleasantly surprised on the amount of money I got back for last semesters books.
This is the best place to sell your books bar none.
Nice to browse paperbacks but terrible to sell your textbooks!!! Samantha you were right i thought i would see for myself and it's true they don't offer anything for buybacks so be sure to checkout the local textbook store first. For oklahoma city colleges you can always go to the textbook brokers on 74th and May they will beat anyone's price.
I love Textbook Brokers there's never a line and they always save me money. When you're a starving college student like me every dollar counts!
This place is great they gave me way more than i expected to get back for my old textbooks today. I'm gonna come back after break and buy my books there now because i'm tired of the overpriced campus store.
Wow!!! Do NOT go here if you're selling your school books. I took my textbooks from OCCC here when i was done with finals and they offered me next to nothing. I like the store when it comes to browsing novels but i'll only sell my books to the brokers store by the college from now on. They actually gave me good money for my books.
This is the best place to buy and sell your books. They do all the work for you gathering your books and it's ALWAYS much cheaper than the on campus store that tries to charge you an arm and a leg.