You can easily pre-order items on Amazon, allowing you to order not-yet-released items in advance.
A pre-ordered item will ship either when it’s released or just in advance of its release, and your card will typically not be charged until the item has shipped or a few days beforehand.
The checkout process looks the same as a regular Amazon order, and you’ll receive email updates and can check your order’s progress at any time.
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Whether you’re waiting on a new book release or for a popular item to be restocked, Amazon’s pre-order process is easy.
The checkout process looks the same as a regular Amazon order, and you’ll receive email updates. Additionally, you can check your order’s progress at any time.
Here’s a bit more about the process, along with how to pre-order.
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