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slutty (111) 10-12-12  10:54pm
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Just wondering if PU discount changed, I see it as 19.95 euros, not $19.95 when I go to join.

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lk2fireone (196) I see the same price that you do, 19.95 euros, approximately $25.88, at the join page.
10-13-12  08:44am

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Denner (235) This is just another regional pricing....at TBP it's $ 19.95 - by joining from Europe it's that amount in Euro (aproxx $ 26) - if it's still in Euros trying to join from US, they made another screw up.
BTW: Why join - it's only old material here...I looked at some of the updates....old, old, old stuff.

10-13-12  09:12am

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

This is not the same as regional pricing.

The PU/TBP sites list the membership price as $19.95 (U.S.).

But when you click on the link to the Club Seventeen site, and you then click on the join page link, when you get to the monthly price, you see, 19.95 euros (approximately $25.88 (U.S.). That is what you will see, if you live in the United States.

I live in California, part of the United States.

So this is a case where PU/TBP needs to update the price it shows (for U.S. members). Or maybe it can get the discount back into effect that it had before.

I agree that regional pricing is unfair, and should be abolished. But this instance is not a case of regional pricing, but apparently a case where the PU/TBP listed price no longer agrees with the price the site is charging.

10-13-12  11:33am

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

In my reply, I stated that I lived in the U.S.

PU/TBP is based in the U.S., and that is why the prices they show are the U.S. prices these sites charge. (I believe that's why they are showing the U.S. prices.) Even though in some cases there can be regional pricing, but PU/TBP doesn't normally list the prices that might be charged for non-U.S. customers. That would require a lot of extra work, and they have a lot of work involved trying to list the current U.S. prices for the sites, along with any discounts that might apply.

Anyway, I was trying to show, in my reply, the prices a U.S. customer might see, or pay.

Because those are the prices I see when I click on the join pages for these sites. Since I live in the United States.

10-13-12  11:43am

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REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

As mentioned, this does not look to be a case of regional pricing. I'm seeing the same price when I visit the site. (I'm also in the US)

I've asked our editors to look into this one. Not sure if it's a display problem (special price showing in dollars when it should be euros) or if it's something else. I suspect they'll have to contact the webmaster to get it sorted out so, as it's the weekend, I'll ask you give them a few days to get the listing fixed.

Thx to slutty for bringing it to our attention.

10-13-12  12:22pm

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PU Staff
Was a display problem. Should be fixed now.

Sorry for any inconvenience or confusion.

10-15-12  10:06am

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slutty (111) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

As lk2 said,

It was not regional pricing (it was not $19.95, it was 19.95 euro regardless of location).

I don't know that it is all old stuff, there is material by pinky june, little caprice, and others shown, so it must be at least somewhat new (perhaps just old, not old old old ;) )

10-15-12  11:25pm

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