VNSA USED BOOK SALE SCHEDULE
The 2024 VNSA Used Book Sale will be held Feb. 10-11 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Because VNSA wants everyone to have an equal opportunity to purchase books at the sale, we do NOT provide a Preview Sale to the public. There is no admission fee (although the State Fairgrounds charges a parking fee), and entry to the sale is “first come, first served.”
Arizona State Fairgrounds, Ag Center Building
1826 West McDowell
Phoenix, AZ 85007
ADMISSION & PARKING
Admission to the VNSA Book Sale is free. Please be aware that the Arizona State Fairgrounds charges a parking fee that supports the Fairgrounds. VNSA does not receive any money from parking fees.
For information on parking fees charged by the Fairgrounds, or other information on the Fairgrounds, consult with the Arizona State Fair and Exposition at www.azstatefair.com or call 602-252-6771.
No food, pets, or weapons are permitted in the VNSA Book Sale.
LINING UP/CAMPING OUT BEFORE THE SALE
On Saturday, the first day of the sale, the Fairgrounds will open the gates at 5 a.m. There will be no overnight camping allowed in the parking lot. This is a Fairgrounds decision, as VNSA does not rent nor have any control over the parking lot. VNSA also does not benefit from the parking fees charged by the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
Please do not plan to camp out in line the night before.
VNSA sells hundreds of books, media, and other related items at prices significantly reduced from retail prices. Except for books in the Sets Area, books are marked with a price sticker on the spine, upper right cover and/or inside the front cover. All unmarked standard-size paperbacks are $2.00.
All items are half-price all day Sunday (except for the books in Rare & Unusual).
- AZ Check (local checks only. Sorry, no OUT OF STATE checks accepted)
- Debit cards
- Credit cards: VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express
For the VNSA Used Book Sale, at this time, we do not expect there to be a shipping vendor available on-site.
Books and related items donated to VNSA to be sold at the VNSA Used Book Sale are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Internal Revenue Code places the responsibility for estimating the value of the items donated on the donor, rather than the organization receiving the donation. VNSA does not provide any goods or services in consideration, in whole or in part, for any items donated. VNSA is tax-exempt under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3). For more information or a donation receipt, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Book Sale building map
- Shopping carts
- Holding areas
- Designated drive-up loading zones
- Information table
- Handout with map, category descriptions, and other information
- Large purchasers’ sorting area and separate check-out
- Handicapped entrance
HOTELS, DINING, AND THE ARIZONA OFFICE OF TOURISM
For information on hotels and dining options, please consult the Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau website or call 1-877-225-5749. For information on other areas of interest while visiting Arizona, consult the Arizona Office of Tourism’s website.
WHAT WE ASK OF SHOPPERS
All shoppers must walk, not run, when entering the sale and while moving around the building, keeping safety in mind.
Unattended boxes or carts will be resorted and restocked.
Cart contents can be processed at the secure Large Purchase area while shoppers continue to shop. All items left in Large Purchase must be paid for and removed by the closing time of that day.
Electronic scanners may be used at book tables only; books may not be scooped up and removed from tables for scanning.
Patrons must pay for purchases in the Rare and Unusual and Sets Categories in the respective area before re-entering the main part of the building.
VNSA does not carry books forward to the next year’s sale, except for specific, Rare and Unusual books. Books remaining after each sale are then sold to a bulk purchaser.
Read the Book Sale policies and procedures concerning early entrance and more.
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