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Old 10-09-2006, 03:58 PM   #1
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Help us find Sony store prices that are out of whack

There have been observations that a few of the Connect online store e-book prices seem oddly out of line. We would like your help in compiling a list of these titles to pass on to Sony. (Thanks to Morbius for the idea.) No promises that anything will come of it, but surely Sony doesn't want their book prices to be set at prices that are not reasonable.

As the list grows, I will pass it to Sony for their consideration. If prices really are out of line, they might be able to work with the publishers on the price. There's no way to tell what Sony may or may not do with the list, or if publishers will want to work with Sony on pricing, but it seems to be in the best interest of everyone - customers, Sony and the publishers.

NOTE:This thread is NOT to be used for discussion of the store or pricing or general complaints about pricing. You can express those views here.

Please provide all the relevant information for the book and pricing. Maybe that info like this is one way to start...
* Title
* Author
* Sony Connect price
* Competitor's price (Amazon, eReader, MobiPocket, etc)
* Is it available in paperback?

Links would be nice also. I'm sure a pattern will evolve as to how to best report these.

Remember that we're looking for prices that look out of whack, and might be a mistake, not a discussion of pricing or whether e-books are priced too high in general!
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