RETURNS MADE EASY
Change your mind or not happy with your purchase? You may return it in its original packaging to any UBC Bookstore location, or ship it back to our warehouse with proof of purchase.
WITHOUT A RECEIPT?
For any general merchandise (course materials excluded) returned or exchanged without a receipt, a refund will be issued within the 30-day return period on a Bookstore gift card at the lowest sale price.
Winter term 2 Textbooks and CCM - Custom Course Materials in original condition are returnable until January 31st, or up to 7 days from the start of the course, whichever is later. Please note there are no refunds (or exchanges) on Digital Materials.
ALL OTHER MERCHANDISE
Merchandise (excluding Course Materials) may be returned within 30 days of purchase for a refund issued to the original tender. After 30 days and up to a limit of 60 days, refunds will be issued on a Bookstore gift card. Refunds may also be issued on a Bookstore gift card if the original tender is no longer available.
Items not eligible for a refund, exchange or store credit are: Digital Course Materials, special orders, opened items/packages, clearance items (red tagged or other), giftcards, items that cannot be returned for health reasons (Ie. lab supplies, swimwear, under garments and headphones) and items used or in non-saleable condition.
RETURNING ONLINE PURCHASES
Bring the item(s) you would like to return to any Bookstore location with the tags attached, along with one of the following forms of proof of purchase:
- Original receipt
- Online order packing slip
- For audit purposes please provide the following:
- Telephone Number
- Valid Photo ID
If you would like to exchange the item instead, one of our store associates will be happy to help you find what you’re looking for.
Merchandise (bought online or in-store) can be mailed to:
6200 University Boulevard,
Attention: Bookstore Refund Department.
Please include the following information:
- Copy of the original receipt
- Contact information
- Reason for return
Note: Shipping costs are the responsibility of the sender.