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Multiple copy orders

I just finished twenty separate orders for the same item (gifts). In the past, a quantity box on the order form let me order multiple electronic copies on one order. Why are you making quantity orders harder?
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    I’m Looking forward to helping you with your next order!
    Tai Hake (Official Rep) July 09, 2012 23:20
    Hi Bob,
    I'm sorry for the lack of elegant way to do this type of order.
    In our experience there aren't a lot of orders done by non-corporate entities for multiple copies of the same eBook, or gifting an amount of eBooks on this scale.

    The next time you'd like to set up an order of this kind, I would encourage you to contact our customer service department where one of our reps can set you up with an order. Let us do the legwork for you! :)

    We would be able to either provision the eBooks for them if they already have accounts with us - they are free and easy to create if they don't Or, we could send them links to download their titles if it's more convenient and they don't want to create an account.

    I would however encourage the former setup though, so that the owners of the eBooks can benefit from any updates that may be released for their eBook and also be eligible for discounts on any future editions that may come out as detailed in the account benefits page, here: https://members.oreilly.com/account/b...

    If you have any further questions or require further assistance,
    You can contact us at:
    1-800-889-8969
    or
    7:30 am to 5:00 PST
    or email us at orders@oreilly.com

    Cheers,
    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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