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Suppose you see a book you're interested in but it's a bit pricey at the moment. You know that prices tend to go down on Amazon so you figure you can pick it up later, after you've gone through the rest of your "to read list"... but when?

Below are several ways you can track prices:
1. Use Jungle-search.com. I use this site for doing advanced Kindle searches, but until today I didn't realize you could track prices too.
- Go to http://www.jungle-search.com/US/pricewatch.php
- Type in the URL of the page you want to track the price of.
- Specify how long you want to track.

2. Use http://www.pricedrop.stuffstuff.org
3. Use shoppingnotes.com

BTW, I got started on this from "Betsy the Quilter" from her forum post on the Book Corner. http://www.kboards.com/index.php/topic,9779.0.html.

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Sam Landstrom
Author of acclaimed "MetaGame", sci-fi novel for 80 cents
 

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Thanks for the resources. I always thought that some book buyers waited for the price to drop, but I didn't know there were tools to help keep track of price movements! Very good to know!
 
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