Tuesday
Oct092012

Super Massive Price Drops on All Products and Other Changes at 711 Press

PRICE DROPS

Howdy folks! We're pleased to bring you some great news to usher in the fall season. Winter might be coming, but we're bringing you savings that should make it feel like spring is in the air. Due to a new publishing model that has drastically decreased our production costs, we're prepared to pass those huge savings onto you, the consumer. Therefore, all 711 Press products will see their prices lowered 15 to as high as 66%. You can find the new pricing listed on all official product pages. Movie books will now cost $4.99 on the print sideand $0.99 on the eBook side in all formats. While TV books, in their full season collection forms, will cost $8.99 on the print side and $2.99 on the eBook side, with the exception of Order of 5ive season one.

Expect to see full price changes take effect on all platforms by the end of the month.

TV BOOK CHANGES

Our newest model for the release of our TV books is based upon the "full-season" releases of sites like Netflix, which in their own right is changing the way people view TV shows, as they release full seasons of old shows at once, such as Lost, The Office, and Battlestar Galactica, etc. They also launch brand new shows as full season releases, with all episodes appearing at once, as seen with Lilyhammer.

In that spirit, beginning with Age of the Sigil season two, you will receive all thirteen episodes of each 711 Press TV book in one omnibus at a drastically reduced cost, resulting in an average of $0.25 per episode, which is 1/4 the price of most Kindle/Nook/Kobo books. No more waiting week to week to find out what happens next in our 711 Press serials.

Stay tuned, save up your quarters to purchase a 711 Press saga that is guaranteed to get your heart racing, and for 5 times cheaper than the average price of a movie ticket! Don't forget to stock up on  popcorn, Twizzlers, Snow Caps, and a Pepsi, so you are prepared for the ultimate Lazy Boy chair experience while reading a movie book in under two hours!

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