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Old 11-01-2010, 01:13 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by pdurrant View Post
Publishers can set really silly prices. Look at this Stephen King novel.

Hardback (2008): RRP 18.99, Amazon: 8.99
Paperback (2009): RRP 7.99, Amazon: 4.99
Audio Download (2008): RRP 29.14, Amazon: 15.29
Ebook (2008): 17.99 "This price was set by the publisher"

They obviously set the price in 2008 and didn't reduce it when the paperback came out.

Sigh.... well, with a 400+ TBR pile, I can wait out the silliness.
In the case of obvious errors such as this, I've achieved success in the past by contacting the publisher and asking them to review the price.
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