Retail Price Royalty Programme (3 years)
The Xlibris' Retail Royalty Programme gives you complete control over the pricing and profits from sales of your book so that you can set a competitive retail price for your book and to reap all the benefits during the 3-year term.
- Reduce or increase the retail price of your book while determining the exact amount of royalties you will receive on copies sold.
- Enjoy 100% of all the proceeds on each copy sold either through Xlibris or our extensive distribution network, including retailers like Amazon and Barnes and Noble).
Your book will be enrolled in the programme on either of the following:
- If it is already available for sale on the effective date of the agreement: On the first day of the next calendar quarter after we receive both the signed agreement and payment
- If it isn’t available for sale on the effective date of the agreement: On the first day of the next calendar quarter after the work becomes available, provided that we have received payment prior to that time.
Book Pricing & Royalties
Figuring out how much your book will cost, and how much you will receive from each sale is easy. The retail price will still be based on your final manuscript's page count, and the royalty you receive is determined by the following calculation:
Retail Price - Trade Discount - Production Cost = Your Royalty.
Actual royalty amount may fluctuate, depending on currency conversion rates against the US dollar.
Learn the full details of this service by reading the terms and conditions.
*Does not apply to books with landscape format.
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Disclaimer: Prices listed do not include applicable taxes (such as sales, use, excise, value-added, goods and services, or other tax), which will be added to the total at the time of purchase. Prices listed do include the copies of the book; the cost of shipping and handling will be calculated and charged after your book is made available for sale.