why does rocket review cost 150 at the lowest on amazon?

<p>Would anybody on here be willing to sell their copy of Rocket Review?</p>

<p>isn't it just a book?</p>

<p>yeah, i was wondering the same thing... i don't understand why it costs 150+</p>

<p>Wachu talkin bout Willis?
I got mine for like 20-30 dollars off of amazon.
I tried to find where they had the used books but the lowest was like 50 dollars
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<p>yea, some idiot is screwing with the prices, LOL, apparently Zamstore is selling Direct Hits Volume One for 1,500 dollars. No joke..
Amazon.com:</a> Direct Hits Core Vocabulary of the SAT: Volume 1 (9780981818405): Larry Krieger, Ted Griffith: Books</p>

<p>Well, when there's a supply that can't fulfill the demand, the price will increase.</p>

<p>I doubt that was phrased very well, but I have yet to take an Econ class.</p>

<p>^That's it. That Rocket Review book is out of print, i.e., no more are being made, so new ones are pretty rare with apparently plentiful demand. I'm surprised the author hasn't revised it; I would guess that significant money could continue to be made on it.</p>

<p>Lol, but really, 1500 dollars for a DH book?</p>

<p>Look for the paperback one, it's somewhere on there. I was ***ing too when I saw it was like 200 bucks.</p>

<p>I can't remember where I found it for 27 bucks but search around amazon for a bit and you can find it maybe</p>