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    Private First Class charlesbarry1975@hotmail.com's Avatar
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    FINALLY.... Thank you club. We the fans are pleased, happy and very appreciative of creation of Pythona. Good thing come to those who wait!!!

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    Awesome! Without doubts the most wanted and the best choice! Thanks again Gijoe Club!

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    Pythona looks great!! Looking forward to this for sure!

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    Both the 3 3/4 inch and 12 inch figures are awesome this year. I would LOVE to see an option where I could buy both scales of figure at a fair price. Any chance of that happening?

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    Club Members will be able to purchase additional figures (both scales) from the club store, after the membership figures have shipped out.

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    Great figure, thanks. Hope to see more from the movie!

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    Private First Class morgardee@hotmail.com's Avatar
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    I understand that. I just thought it might be an incentive for people that are the fence about collecting both scale sizes if there was a deal on both scales. I'll be honest, with the Canadian dollar taking a nose dive this years 3 3/4 scale figure will cost me $95.97. Yup, almost $100 for one figure. You need to throw us international members a bone here. I'm border line cancelling. Not because of the product. I love the product, but not at $100 a figure.

    What about moving the news letter to a digital format and saving the international price down to $50? You sell the membership figures for $25 on the web store, so you would still be making money form the toys, giving members a chance to buy FSS, come to the convention and this might help keep members that are getting close to cancelling. Besides, $50 is still more than the $44 US members have to pay.

    It's something to consider and would go a long way with the collecting community if you came to the table and looked at alternative options.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgardee@hotmail.com View Post
    I understand that. I just thought it might be an incentive for people that are the fence about collecting both scale sizes if there was a deal on both scales. I'll be honest, with the Canadian dollar taking a nose dive this years 3 3/4 scale figure will cost me $95.97. Yup, almost $100 for one figure. You need to throw us international members a bone here. I'm border line cancelling. Not because of the product. I love the product, but not at $100 a figure.

    What about moving the news letter to a digital format and saving the international price down to $50? You sell the membership figures for $25 on the web store, so you would still be making money form the toys, giving members a chance to buy FSS, come to the convention and this might help keep members that are getting close to cancelling. Besides, $50 is still more than the $44 US members have to pay.

    It's something to consider and would go a long way with the collecting community if you came to the table and looked at alternative options.

    Thank you.
    Never mind, I read your post on another forum and it was clearer there. But I still have one question

    Are you suggesting a $50 international membership or Canadian membership with digital magazine?

    The digital format is interesting, but it still costs money to operate a website. And if there were savings by doing that, then it would be nice if it was passed on to the members. But how many members would prefer it digitally? I actually like the magazine and wish it had more content.
    Last edited by iamcanadian@sasktel.net; 01-18-2016 at 09:17 PM.

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    I hate digital newsletters, newspapers, magazines, comics. I prefer paper...

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    Private First Class gjwermund@gmail.com's Avatar
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    I also am not a fan of digital formats

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