Sunday, April 1, 2012

E-Book prices need to compete with Used Book Prices

It's not really a competition is it?  $19.89 for the new copy, $14.39 for the Kindle Edition or $5.75 for the used book (shipped).  After you've paid $70-$140 for your Kindle you then have to pay three times the used price to get your electronic book (that costs nothing to produce).  It just boggles the mind.  I know it must go down.  Why are they wasting their time?  Why not sell more copies at a lower price?  It's going to happen eventually.  Until then, I guess I'll be waiting for my good friend the used bookseller to ship me a copy.  

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