Thursday, July 21, 2011

Markets in Everything: Kindle Textbook Rental

"Amazon's Kindle Textbook Rental is a flexible and affordable way to read textbooks. You can rent for the minimum length, typically 30 days, and save up to 80% off the print list price. If you find you need your textbook longer, you can extend your rental by as little as 1 day as many times as you want and just pay for the added days."

One example is "Fundamentals of Financial Management" by Brigham and Houston, which has a retail list price of $186.95, sells in hardcover on Amazon for $142.27, or $107.16 for a Kindle edition, and $40.03 for a 60-day rental, $47.09 for 90 days, and $51.01 for 120 days.      

4 Comments:

At 7/21/2011 10:59 AM, Blogger Buddy R Pacifico said...

For someone who has a Kindle: can I still underline and highlight text, as well as my *ing what I consider key points?

 
At 7/21/2011 11:25 AM, Blogger Mike said...

The Kindle is awesome (I'm sure the Nook is as well)! I love mine...but I can't believe the textbook mafia will allow the market operate on their bock.
There will be blood.

 
At 7/21/2011 11:29 AM, Blogger Mike said...

Oh, and, Buddy...yes! You can highlight and actually "clip" phrases, paragraphs, etc and they automatically go into a folder on the Kindle if you want for easy grabbin'.
You can also keyword-search every book in the thing at once.

There's a lot you can do on that thing that I don't even know

 
At 7/21/2011 12:38 PM, Blogger Buddy R Pacifico said...

Thanks Mike.

 

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