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Old 10-10-2009, 03:30 AM   #5
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Yes, if all the Kindles are only used for bookclub reading. A Kindle can only be registered to one account at a time.
thanks for the confirmation and reminding that a Kindle can only be registered on one account at a time. Still no reason a few friends or family cannot get together and order their own books yet still share with each other on this account. It only means all the devices must be on the same account. You can put any muber of credit cards on an Amazon account so that makes it a none issue for those who care. Otherwise they can use a shared card or not whatever works.

And yeah, at the time of book purchase, it's a bit tedious to select the correct credit card to pay with but that can be worked around...it costs nothing extra and gives each person the books from five others to choose from or share with...so that best seller for $9.99 costs the group ~$1.67/ea if they want to look at it that way. That's better than $60 if purchased by each individual.

I would guess eventually Amazon would shut this door though.
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