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I had a personal use drop into my account for USD 19.99 yesterday.

 

Have these prices gone up in the US? I believe it used to be USD 9.99?

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Says $19.99 now.

 

Paulette

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Here in the UK the price is showing as £9.99 which converts to $12.75 (approx). I'll take the $19.99 please!

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and 9.99 euros here in Germany. Which is approx $10.65 :angry: . Come on Alamy, 19.99$ is cheap enough but 9.99 euro is ridiculous, lets have some parity of pricing here at least.

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VPICS, thanks for posting this info about Personal Use price.

 

At $19.99 I will seriously consider taking off the personal use restriction I now have on virtually every RM image.

 

Ann

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Setting the currency to Dollar, I see USD 19.99 as price, but when I set it to Euro it's EUR 9.99.

 

The pricing seems not to be location but currency based.

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Looking back over the past year, I've had eight Personal Use licenses, ranging for $10.87 to $19.99. Maybe it does depend on currency but I don't understand why the USD rate would be highest.

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I'm in the UK.

But last month I had two personal use.

one priced at $9.44 the other for $19.99

Not sure how that works ?

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I had two PU sales last week for $19.99 each, of which I earned 50%.  Presumably US sales but listed as "Worldwide" use, not distribution.  

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I had one personal use sale a few months ago: $19.99 It was a photo taken in California, a US buyer, and I'm in the US. Glad it wasn't a political question or I'd be  :wub: (that's embarrassed right?) Same image sold for $400 last year. 

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VPICS, thanks for posting this info about Personal Use price.

 

At $19.99 I will seriously consider taking off the personal use restriction I now have on virtually every RM image.

 

Ann

I'd be happy to reinstate the personal use option if we could have the option of setting a "thanks anyway" minimum fee, regardless of usage category.

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I had one personal use sale a few months ago: $19.99 It was a photo taken in California, a US buyer, and I'm in the US. Glad it wasn't a political question or I'd be  :wub: (that's embarrassed right?) Same image sold for $400 last year. 

 

 

That is why I have put a restriction on all my images for PU.

 

Allan

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I had one personal use sale a few months ago: $19.99 It was a photo taken in California, a US buyer, and I'm in the US. Glad it wasn't a political question or I'd be  :wub: (that's embarrassed right?) Same image sold for $400 last year. 

 

:wub: = L U V 

 

Cheers,

Philippe  ;)

 

 

 

No emoji for embarrassed. These  :o:wacko: will have to do. I had to zoom way in even with my reading glasses to tell those were hearts LOL. 

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I had one personal use sale a few months ago: $19.99 It was a photo taken in California, a US buyer, and I'm in the US. Glad it wasn't a political question or I'd be  :wub: (that's embarrassed right?) Same image sold for $400 last year.

 

 

:wub: = L U V 

 

Cheers,

Philippe  ;)

 

 

No emoji for embarrassed. These  :o:wacko: will have to do. I had to zoom way in even with my reading glasses to tell those were hearts LOL.

You are excused. A lot of us don't see those tiny things well. The emojis aren't even available to me on my iPad, unless I'm not seeing them! :) I'm stuck with smiling or winking.

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