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Late last week I noted that we pre-ordered Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows from Amazon. It comes out on Saturday, July 21st, and if you spring for standard shipping ($3.99) they guarantee that it’ll be delivered on the day of release (other wise it’s free).
The price is reasonably competitive ($17.99, down from a list price of $34.99), and last night while perusing Amazon’s website, I noticed that they’re offering a bit of an additional incentive… Everyone that pre-orders a copy will receive a $5 gift certificate to be used anytime during August. Assuming that you’ll make use of the gift certificate, that brings the price down to $12.99, and it’s also eligible for Super Saver Shipping (assuming that you don’t mind receiving it after release day — otherwise you’ll have to pony up the extra $3.99).
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