Decent deal on Harry Potter, books 1-4

Colrenea

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Buy.com has the box set of the first 4 books for $19.50 here. This was the cheapest I could find it, and it includes free shipping.
 

masterxfob

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i actually prefer hardcover, they're a lot easier to read, but this is a fair deal.
 

Growltiger

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I think this is a really good deal. Paperback books can be pretty expensive and $5/book isn't too bad. Thanks!

EDIT: THe lowest price I found on addall.com was $22.50
 

markish

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I forgot exactly how much I paid for it as my local Cosco, but it was cheaper than $19.95. I think it was around $15.
 

eatntae

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Originally posted by: markish
I forgot exactly how much I paid for it as my local Cosco, but it was cheaper than $19.95. I think it was around $15.

the paperback box set is $16.99 at costco b&m. however, costco.com has the hardcover box set for $46.99
 

Gig103

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$52 with shipping (media mail) for the first four books in HARDCOVER, for those who prefer it (like myself)


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prometheusxls

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Originally posted by: supiammike
paperback...

(i dont read but i know some people care about hardback and paperback)

Paper back are easier to hold and read IMO. Too bad most paper backs fall apart after 2-3 reads due to cheapo glue so many publishers use. :(
 

aphex

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Sams club has the first 4 books softcover for around $16.50
 

Fritzo

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You read 850 pages in one day??? Man...I fall asleep after reading a magazine :)
 

BruinEd03

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Originally posted by: Fritzo
You read 850 pages in one day??? Man...I fall asleep after reading a magazine :)

heh took me 4 days to read it...but I wasn't concentrating on it, just a few hours here and there :)

-Ed
 

exharr

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Originally posted by: prometheusxls
Originally posted by: supiammike
paperback...

(i dont read but i know some people care about hardback and paperback)

Paper back are easier to hold and read IMO. Too bad most paper backs fall apart after 2-3 reads due to cheapo glue so many publishers use. :(
I agree. Only I prefer the smaller paperback size. If I'm going to have a large book, I'd want it to be hardcover.
 

Growltiger

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Originally posted by: aphex
Sams club has the first 4 books softcover for around $16.50

Thanks for the info....I'll hold off on ordering since I can get it cheaper at Sam's.