4 Sep 2013

Amazon launches Kindle Matchbook

Discounted e-books for those who own the hard copy

A new benefit that gives customers the option to buy--for $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free--the Kindle edition of print books they have purchased new from Amazon. Print purchases all the way back to 1995--when Amazon first opened its online bookstore--will qualify.

It launches in October. 

What can you expect?

Amazon, Kindle MatchBook now makes it possible for that purchase--18 years later--to be added to your Kindle library at a very low cost.

What Are The Benefits?

With Kindle MatchBook, they can keep their favorite book on their shelf, and have a copy in their digital library for reading, perhaps re-reading it with features like X-Ray and Popular Highlights.

How Does It Work?

Kindle MatchBook features include:
Kindle editions at a great price: Amazon customers who purchase or have purchased qualifying print books can get the Kindle edition for prices that are typically $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free.
Readers can easily look up their entire print book order history to discover which of their past purchases are enrolled in Kindle MatchBook.
Read anywhere capabilities: 
In addition to Amazon's best-selling Kindle devices, customers can download a free Kindle reading app for iPhone, iPad, Android tablets and phones, PC or Mac and start building their Kindle library today.

More Information:
Customers can learn more by visiting Amazon.com