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Cicerone offers a unique trade-in scheme to help give you a great time out on the hills.
With the Cicerone exchange scheme you can trade in your old editions in return for a fantastic 50% discount on the latest edition of that title. It doesn’t matter if your book is weather-beaten, battered or barely used – if there’s a more recent edition available then it’s yours at half the price.
It’s simple, you send us your old guidebook in the post, accompanied by this form. When we receive your book we’ll send you the latest edition at just half the normal price. Please read the terms and conditions at the bottom of this page before sending in your book(s).
1. On the Cicerone website, find the page (like the one shown below) for the book you would like to swap.
2. Details of the current edition (highlighted by the red box in the image above) are given on the left hand side of the screen, beneath the cover image. Please check the information against the edition and publication date of your guidebook to ensure that your book is in fact an earlier edition.
The edition and publication date can be found in the information at the beginning of all of our books. This can usually found in the first few pages before the contents page. If more than one date and edition is listed then the latest date listed (highlighted by the red box in the image below) is the one that applies to your guide.
Please note that an earlier publication date does not necessarily mean that your guide is an earlier edition – it may just have been reprinted at a later date. If you are at all unsure, please do not hesitate to ring us for more advice (but do make sure to do this before you send off your guides).
3. Check that a new edition for the guidebook you would like to swap is available - please do this before you send us your guides. If you are at all unsure, don't hesitate to contact us to find out more.
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