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Reviewed August 24, 2012
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What You'll Get
Secondhand goods are cherished by many for their rich histories, which the used objects incessantly talk about after being rubbed three times. Soak up secrets with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of books, movies, and games at Book and Music Exchange, a hub of secondhand cultural enrichment. Choose to redeem at one of the outpost's multiple locations, in Evansville, Henderson, Owensboro, Louisville, or New Albany.
The Book and Music Exchange offers up plenty of entertainment at discounted rates. DVDs are priced at five for $25, and DVD box sets are priced at half off the cover price. Bookworms can load up on readables priced at four tomes for $8. A large assortment of used video games, starting at $7.99 for Wii and $4.99 for PlayStation3, put digital skills to decent use. You can also count on finding a rotating selection of CDs, or compact discs, starting at $5.99.
Speed readers, gaming enthusiasts, and people who own headphones plow through cultural fuel with the rapid pace of a bear preparing for the World Series. This eco-friendly and affordable alternative to overdrafting your fun funds offers constant stimulation, plus all the broken-in benefits.
The Book and Music Exchange has multiple locations in Kentucky and Indiana. Three Insider Pagers give the New Cut Road, Louisville, KY, location three stars, and eight award the Bardstown Road, Louisville, location three stars as well. Four Yelpers give the Bardstown Road location 3.5 stars.
- The Book & Music Exchange offered the best prices on used books. I also [sic] great trade in values for bringing in CDs and books. Its [sic] definitely worth checking out this store on a regular basis to see what new stuff they have to offer. The store itself has an "Empire Records" type feel as everyone is very ecclectic [sic]! – Sarah T., Insider Pages
- A great place to get rid of your books and music that you no longer need. You can exchange them in for trade and get something they have. The exchange rate will vary and the more popular of an item, the more you'll get. You'll see a lot of different things and you'll probably find something you will like. – Victor D., Insider Pages
- I love that they carry old Nintendo games and systems. It's always fun to come here and browse whenever I am in the area. – E A., Yelp
- I have found a lot of neat stuff here, and the kids have gotten lots of video games much cheaper than full price. – Candy H., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 26, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with other offers. Not valid on new release DVD and Blu-Rays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.