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A Reminder About Amazon’s Price Drop Policy

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In recent weeks, given the holiday season, a once (and still marginally) popular post I wrote back in the day about Amazon’s Price Drop Policy has become more and more relevant. Essentially, the post explains how Amazon has an unpublished (to my knowledge) price drop policy where they will refund you the difference if an item you buy within the last thirty days falls in price on their site.

The post was digg’ed, del.icio.us’d and all that social bookmarking goodness but I wanted to let new readers (at least new since May 26, 2005, almost a year and a half ago) of this site know of its existence. I’ve personally saved hundreds of dollars with this entirely legit, recognized but unpublished policy.

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