Now imagine my amazement when I visit the page and find this:
So my options are to buy the Hardcover edition for $16.83 USD. Or the Kindle edition for $20.86 USD.
That is nearly 25% more for the electronic book than the hardcover! Perhaps I should count myself lucky as the RRP is $27.99 and I am getting a 25% discount. Yet the Hardcover also has a RRP of $27.99.
How does this happen?
|Change by Design|
|Edition||RRP (USD$)||Discounted Price (USD$)|
Obviously this is something I need to take up with Harper Collins as there is a nice little disclaimer on the Kindle edition page that states:
|Sold by:||HarperCollins Publishers|
|This price was set by the publisher|