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HPB San Marcos

900 Bugg Ln, San Marcos, TX 78666
(512) 805-7503

IH 35 at Exit 205


Store Hours
  • Mon - Sat 10 am - 10 pm
  • Sun 11 am - 9 pm
 

In-store Happenings

Meet Melissa
Inside HPB
Meet Melissa

"I started working for Half Price Books in 2002, and couldn't imagine having any other job. I work with a great staff. We are a friendly and diverse team with a wide range of interests from books, music, movies and video games. We are always happy to help with recommendations."


Melissa
San Marcos Store Manager
Inside HPB
Did you know?
  • 1,011,187

    donated books to nonprofit groups so far this year.

    Find out more
  • Every single shelf in this store was built by our employees
  • 21,098
    Books bought last month
  • 4,240
    Yards of books, movies and music fill the bookstore
  • TUE

    New Release Tuesdays

    Want to read it hot off the press? Brand new releases are in store each week from bestselling authors like James Patterson, David Baldacci, J.D. Robb, John Grisham, Bill O'Reily, Danielle Steel, John Green and many more!
  • EVERY DAY

    Sell to Us

    When you're finished enjoying your used books, music, movies and games, bring them to Half Price Books. We buy any time we're open. No appointment necessary. We'll make you a cash offer. Learn more about selling to us.

    SELLING TO HPB IS EASY:
    1 Bring all your stuff to our buy counter any time the store is open. You don't need an appointment. Ask for assistance, and we'll help you bring it inside.
    2 Our expert buyers will make you an offer for the entire lot of your items based on the condition, supply and demand.
    3 If you accept our offer, we'll give you cash on the spot. Feel free to take it and run, or use it to buy yourself something cool in the store.

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BOOK CLUB
NOW READING: MAID

Social justice advocate Stephanie Land shares a beautiful, gritty exploration of American poverty in her debut memoir.

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