In perhaps record time a Community Pricing title reached 100% of the pre-orders that it needed to send it into production—and the orders keep coming in and the price continues to drop.
Frederick Brooke Westcott’s St. Paul and Justification went up on CP on Monday afternoon of last week (June 9). By Thursday morning—just two-and-a-half days later—it had already crossed the 100% mark at $8! Later in the day it crossed at $7 and then that night at $6. Sometime on Saturday it crossed at $5. Bidding doesn’t close until this Friday (June 20) at noon PST, so there’s still time to drive the price down even further.
A recent reprinting of this volume has a list price of $34.95 and sells at Amazon for $26.56. It could be yours in the eminently usable Libronix format for only $5—or perhaps even less.
This is a prime example of how quickly CP titles can move and how low the prices can go when enough people bid. If you haven’t used the Community Pricing Program, now’s the perfect time to give it a try.
For more information on how Community Pricing works, see our previous blog post.
Update: More orders have come in today, pushing it over at the $4 mark. Will it get down to $3 by Friday? We’ll have to wait to see.
Update 2: Sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning it crossed at $3. Can we hit $2?