Different Store Prices...
Posted: Tue, 12th Sep 2006, 5:29pm
Post 1 of 3
I was checking the upgrade price for ELab Pro to VLab and I checked it in all currencies and then converted them to AUD because I am Australian.
I was surprised to find that
344.99 EUR = 582.257 AUD
384.99 USD = 512.195 AUD
239.99 GBP = 598.388 AUD
Is that because the exchange rates have changed? Will it be different when I purchase it in my cart?
Please explain (there is probably a simple explanation but....)
Posted: Wed, 13th Sep 2006, 8:43am
Post 2 of 3
We have now set fixed prices for GBP, USD and EUR currencies. This means they are no longer affected by the exchange rate. For example, even if the USD exchange rate increases you will still only be charged the USD price listed in our store (as long as you selected USD). This allows us to publish exact prices for the products on the website and promotional material.
PayPal will still accept payment in other currencies (e.g. AUD). But they will be converted to the currency you selected in our shop (GBP, USD or EUR). The conversion rate PayPal use is updated frequently and pretty much follows the international exchange rate. PayPal will show you how much you will be charged in your own currency before you purchase.
Posted: Wed, 13th Sep 2006, 11:36am
Post 3 of 3
Also on the subject of prices, are the clothing and merchandise in USD or another currency?