Prince Harry's bombshell book has price SLASHED as UK stores selling it for half price before it drops
Amazon and Waterstones are offering the memoirs at £14 whilst Tesco could price it at just £8
Prince Harry's much anticipated memoir Spare is already being sold at a massive discount - before it has even been released.
The Duke of Sussex’s bombshell book is set to be published on January 10 and contain fresh revelations regarding the Duke of Sussex’s time in the Royal Family.
Senior royals including King Charles III, Prince Willian and Kate could suffer digs from Prince Harry.
A source told the Sunday Times regarding Spare: “Generally, I think the book [will be] worse for them than the Royal Family is expecting.
“Everything is laid bare.
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“Charles comes out of it better than it had expected, but it is tough on William and even Kate gets a bit of a broadside.
“There are these minute details, and a description of the fight between the brothers.
“I personally can't see how Harry and William will be able to reconcile after this.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently based in California and the book is currently listed for $22.40 on Amazon in the US.
That is equivalent to £19.70, £6 more expensive than Amazon's £14 price for UK buyers.
Hardback versions of the book will be in UK bookstores from Tuesday morning.
The e-book version will be available on kindle from Monday evening in the US and at midnight on Tuesday.
Prince Harry and his team have put in stringent security measures to ensure the book is published at the same time worldwide.
Spare is being published in 16 languages including Chinese and Spanish.
However, an industry expert suggested that Tesco could slash the price of the book that was original priced at £28 by as much as £20 with a Clubcard discount.
Last week Adam Barclay, of Argonaut Books in Edinburgh, told the Mirror: “The large Tesco around the corner from us is almost certainly going to be selling it for £12/£8 with a Clubcard.”
He added: “Even with favourable margins, £28 is too high a price for us to be able to compete with Amazon and other big chains such as Waterstones, and, more pressingly, supermarkets.”
Spare is currently ranked number two on Amazon’s best seller list for as fans begin to pre-order copies ahead of its release next week.
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