Amazon (AMZN -0.1%) fires back at iTunes' (AAPL +0.6%) offer of the Beatles Box set, slashing...


Amazon (AMZN -0.1%) fires back at iTunes' (AAPL +0.6%) offer of the Beatles Box set, slashing its sale price of the 14-CD set - plus a DVD containing a “making of” each album, and free shipping - to $129.99, undercutting Apple's $149 deal. Apple sold 2M Beatles songs and 450,000 Beatles albums in the first week it made the songs available on iTunes.

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  • Robert A. Graf
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    Why can't Amazon (AMZN) get more creative than that?
    26 Nov 2010, 11:30 AM Reply Like
  • Joe Morgan
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    What the... ... a lot of ignorant people buying useless things...
    26 Nov 2010, 11:31 AM Reply Like
  • phoneranger
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    Digital Super Albums. Great idea. Back in 2007

     

    docs.google.com/Doc?do...
    26 Nov 2010, 11:53 AM Reply Like
  • ebworthen
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    Amazon was selling a "how to" book on being a Pedophile - so they can cut prices all they want but I'm never buying anything from them ever again.

     

    I may as well go Apple as Microsoft hasn't come up with a decent media player in the past three versions of Windows.
    26 Nov 2010, 01:03 PM Reply Like
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