The following letter was received by the office. The charges will be implemented when we purchase new Literature.
Literature Price Increase
Effective October 1. 2014
As you may be aware, it is the policy of AA World Services, Inc. to review literature prices every three years for any price adjustments that may be needed. Our last price increase was on July 1, 2009, five years ago. On February 3, 2014, the General Service Board accepted the A.A.W.S. Board’s recommendation for an increase in literature prices.
Effective October 1, 2014, most book prices in the three languages of our Conference (English, Spanish and French) will be increased. You will find the new price list for books on the reverse side of this flier.
As you know, literature income helps to cover costs for services provided by the General Service Office. As we strive to become more self-supporting, it is necessary for the Board to raise prices to maintain the level and quality of those services and the financial health and stability of the office.
|Item #||Title||Current Price||New Price|
|B-1||Alcoholics Anonymous (4th edition)||8.00||9.50|
|B-30||Alcoholics Anonymous - Portable||7.60||9.10|
|B-16||Alcoholics Anonymous - Large Print||8.30||10.30|
|B-35||Alcoholics Anonymous - Pocket Size||4.00||5.00|
|B-20||Experience, Strength & Hope||5.00||5.50|
|B-2||Twelve and Twelve||7.40||8.90|
|B-4||Twelve & Twelve - Gift Edition||7.25||8.25|
|B-15||Twelve & Twelve - Soft-cover||7.00||8.25|
|B14||Twelve & Twelve - Large Print||7.75||8.25|
|B-17||Twelve & Twelve - Pocket-sized||5.50||6.50|
|B-3||A.A. Comes of Age||8.50||9.50|
|B-5||As Bill Sees It||8.00||9.00|
|B-27||As Bill Sees It - Large Print||8.50||9.50|
|B-8||Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers||9.50||10.50|
|B-9||"Pass it On"||10.00||11.00|
|B-19||Daily Reflections - Large Print||8.75||10.75|
|B-13||A.A. In Prison||2.25||2.50|
|B-6||Came to Believe||4.25||5.00|
|B-26||Came to Believe - Large Print||4.75||5.25|
|B-25||Living Sober - Large Print||4.75||5.25|
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