Re: [WarOf1812] Discount books
- BUT - I do not think they ship outside the US - pity.
> On Wed, 28 Feb 2001 mmathews@... wrote:
> > I've been getting the Edward Hamilton book seller catalogs for some time
> > now, and in case you aren't familiar with them it's a pretty good deal.
> > They are very cooperative about returns if you find it just isn't what you
> > wanted or were expecting, and the discounts range from 30%-90%. They are
> > on the web at: EdwardRHamilton.com.
> Con: Edward R Hamilton doesn't accept credit card orders, and while
> you can book shop on the web, you can't order there; you have to print
> out an order form, and snail mail it with a cheque to the real-world
> Pro: Unlike a lot of places that charge a per-book shipping cost,
> Hamilton's is a flat $3 no matter how many books are in your order (so
> it can pay to save up orders until you have multiple books to buy,
> although then you run the risk of their stocks drying up).
> After order from them for years, it's my opinion that the Pro (along
> with all the other good things they've got goin) outweighs the Con.
> Spike Y Jones
> The War of 1812: In Europe, thousands fought over the fate of hundreds of square miles: in North America, hundreds determined the fate of THOUSANDS of square miles...
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