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Old 10-07-2012, 12:17 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by miguel1626 View Post
I've found out that I'm very sensitive to bargains. Today I bought the Wool omnibus from Amazon ($1.99), and they other day I got Boardwalk Empire, even though I won't be able to read these in at least a year (huge TBR list).

So yeah, even though I [try to] do not time-discount hyperbolically, I'm still a sucker for a bargain
I should say that while I am happy to pay whatever is asked for an e-book that I want, I *do* wait for a discount code if it's a non-agency book. On Kobo the wait for the next discount code is never very long (thanks to a great thread on that very topic here where people share them), and if discount codes were few and far between then I might not wait for them to buy non-agency content.
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