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Re: Amazon.co.uk has dropped the Supersaver Shipping rate
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The other advantage of Prime is that they guarantee next day delivery - the alternative first class post doesn't.

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Just an added note - the seller in the auction listing mentions having "a few" of these available, and has sold at least one through eBay already - so don't hold back, if you want one go buy it!

Posted on: 2008/10/17 11:53
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Re: On Tolkien: Interviews, Reminiscences, and Other Essays
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Thanks for this, Jeremy.

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Amazon's standard first class UK shipping rates for books are £2.16 per delivery plus £0.59 per item, for a total of £2.75 for a delivery of one book, as you say. So eighteen deliveries in a year would make the Prime membership worth-while, in pure cost terms.

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I got a quick response from Doug on this when I asked him, here is what he said (when he has some more time I will try and get more details)

No news on the interviews book. Nothing is yet settled.

Posted on: 2008/10/16 12:51
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