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Beauty of the Burst Book

kd2eq

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Amazon.com has the Beauty of the Burst softcover book on sale for 24.46 , ... and they have a "share the love" program that lets you specify someone else's email address so they in turn can buy the same item for an additional 10% off (24.46 - 2.44 = 22.02 in this case),
Plus when your friend buys you get a credit for the 10% savings to be used on your next purchase.
I already processed my order, but for anyone interested this looks like a good way to save a few bucks. :dude
 

BIG Dave

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bn.com had the hard cover on sale in November, 1999 for $23.24 plus $3.95 shipping for a total of $27.19. Maybe I should have bought more than one and gave them out as gifts...
 

Des Howl

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If I can get a hardcover...

I would spring for a second copy. My soft-cover is falling to pieces and it's brand spankin' new. Much like guitars, "they don't make 'em like they used to..."
=)
 
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real59

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Re: If I can get a hardcover...

Des Howl said:
I would spring for a second copy. My soft-cover is falling to pieces and it's brand spankin' new. Much like guitars, "they don't make 'em like they used to..."
=)

Same here DH! :lol2
 

Slim Taper

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I am totally bummed! BOTB at the local bookstore is $52.50 for softcover and $112.00 for hard!! This is in Canadian funds 'cause we get ripped off paying every f**king tax there is plus some you never even heard of! Musician's Friend had this for $15.99 a couple of months ago, but ship only to the U.S.

Where the hell's NAFTA when you need it?

God Bless the USA!
 

RW Foster

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Slim Taper said:
Where the hell's NAFTA when you need it?

God Bless the USA!

Slim, the biggest beneficiary of NAFTA was Mexico. I don't recall seeing references to Canada when anyone discussed NAFTA. When president Bush (Dad) made his "1000 points of light" statement, he wasn't facing North. :lol2
 
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