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You may choose to pay by check or money order. To do so, choose Check or Money Order as your payment option on the "Select a payment method" page during checkout. Once your order is completed we will provide you with your total and the mailing address for your payment. We will not process your order until payment arrives. We will email you a confirmation when we receive your payment. To ensure receipt of the confirmation, please add email@example.com to your email address book.
Mail your check or money order to the appropriate address below:
US and Others:
Money orders and checks need to be in US dollars and drawn on a US bank or institution. Please make total amount payable to:
Sheet Music Plus
1300 64th Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
Money orders and checks must be denominated in CAD dollars. Mail the check or money order including your order number to:
Sheet Music Plus LLC
PO Box 6598, Main Post Office
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4N6
You can use a gift certificate to pay for your order. To learn how to redeem a gift certificate, click here.
Purchase Order (available to US libraries and schools only)
We now offer US libraries and schools the ability to send purchase orders and be billed via invoice. To pay by purchase order, set up a school or library account. Accounts are easy and free. Get more information at Institutional Accounts.