MM3 Pricing Problems

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MM3 Pricing Problems

Post by latinmusiclover » Wed Jan 09, 2008 11:12 am

I think MM is the best value for money of any music organizer. You took a loyal MusicMatch user of three years and a one year Helium user and satisfied almost all my needs (Well, I still use Helium to publish HTML pages because it does it better for me).

I decided to buy 3.0 today, but the conversion rate for CDN$ is too high. Way too high. According to the latest exchange figures at, $19.95 US$ is #20.11 CDN$. Your price page lists the conversions as $21.94. That's about a 10% up-charge on the rate. I expect a 1-2% up-charge or difference because of late/early conversion rates, but 10% is too much IMHO. That said, I've gone ahead and made the purchase because I think it's good value. But I would recommend you change the rates to be more in line rather than risk losing business.

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Store conversion rates

Post by rusty » Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:55 pm


The simplest way around this is to order in $US. That way you don't pay the 'conversion tax' charged by our store, which is admittedly rather high (of course you'll be charged by your credit card company, but it'll be at a more reasonable rate).

I will look into why this is the case, but I don't expect that I'll be able to do much about it.


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Post by bluesbeat » Wed Jan 09, 2008 11:22 pm

It's the same case with AU$'s

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Post by Music_Cat » Sat Jan 12, 2008 4:37 am

Try South African Rands! Lifetime licence cost R300 in US$ but It's worth it...

Read through the forum and you'll learn plenty

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Post by MusicBringer » Sat Jan 12, 2008 5:27 am

bluesbeat wrote:It's the same case with AU$'s
...and the same with pounds sterling :-?

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