If you’re like me, you’re always looking for great deals on books. One of the best places I’ve found to get amazing deals on quality books – at discount prices – is the WTSBooks Clearance and Imperfect books section! I’ve ordered dozens of books from both sections and have never had a problem with the usability of the books. In fact, I make it a habit of checking both sections before placing any order! And several of the commentaries I’ve ordered look brand new!
Questions about Imperfect Books
- What is an Imperfect Book? “Imperfect” books have minor damages due to shipping or shelf-wear. Examples of typical damages include folded pages, bent or crunched edges, or other signs of external impact.
- Are imperfect books in readable condition? All imperfect books are in readable condition with intact bindings.
- What are examples of damages found on imperfect books? Bent corders, creases, bent pages, nicks, etc.
- Are imperfect books returnable? All sales of imperfect copies are final and therefore not returnable. Should you discover a printing defect that affects the content of the book (e.g. missing pages) please contact us as soon as possible so that we can send a replacement.
Examples of Books
Here are some of the great commentaries I’ve snagged at up to 70% off by checking their clearance and imperfect sections:
- Joel & Amos (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries)
- Matthew (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the NT)
- The Acts of the Apostles (Pillar New Testament Commentary)
- 1 Corinthians (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the NT)
- Colossians – Philemon (Word Biblical Commentary)
- James (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the NT)
- James (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the NT)
- Jude and 2 Peter (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the NT)
Now, remember, there is always a limited quantity of clearance and imperfect books – so you need to be ready to buy when you see something good. And as I write this post, there are 31 pages of imperfect books – discounted! If you don’t mind the occasional slightly dented corner or bent page, this is a great way to save money on books.
If you’ve not seen my post about how to build a theological library using Amazon Wish Lists, check it out!