Similar to what I posted about the price drop of the Kindle 2 earlier this week, you may be a little peeved if you just bought a Kindle DX in the last 30 days – or just yesterday – and they dropped the price $110 to $379. Click here in case you missed the post from early this morning.
Go get your $110 back from Amazon.
Historically, Amazon has refunded the price difference between the old and new price – Call Amazon’s Kindle customer service department (1-866-321-8851) and explain how you are disappointed and paid the higher price. If the follow precedent, Amazon should promptly refund you the difference between what you paid and the new price – if you bought it in the last 30 days. If it has been over 30 days, try it anyway – you have nothing to lose and $110 to gain.
To me, that makes sense as you have the right to return it within 30 days. If everyone did that, then ordered another one at the new price, Amazon would have a restocking inventory nightmare.
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