I arrived in Berlin last night (where I'm participating in Meeting C++) to find a package waiting for me with two print copies of EMC++! At about the same time, I found out that the initial print run had sold out by the time it hit the warehouse, so a second printing has been scheduled in about a week. If you didn't get a copy of the book from the initial print run, don't feel bad: the books I ordered for some training I'll be doing next week got pushed back to the second printing, too. The only copies I'll see for a while are the two you see in the picture.
For my Meeting C++ keynote this morning, O'Reilly gave me a discount code for both print and digital versions of EMC++, and since I shared it with the conference attendees, I'll share it with you, too: AUTHD. That should save you a sweet 50% off the ebook and a nearly-as-sweet 40% off the print book. (Inexplicably, the discount isn't applicable to the print+ebook bundle, so if you want both, put them into your cart individually, because the total price will then beat the already-nicely-discounted bundle pricing.)
In the meantime, Addison-Wesley has extended their deep ebook Deal of the Day discount on the digital versions of my earlier C++ books to a second day, so if you're wondering what to do while you're waiting for your print copy of EMC++ to arrive, don't overlook the possibility of clicking and shopping for EC++, MEC++, and ESTL.