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Difference between "initial price" & "usual price" 10 years 3 months ago #10008

  • kandace
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I was wondering, what is the difference between the "initial price" & "usual price". Is it that the user would pay an initial price to signup and then the usual price would then apply to a rewewal?

I have a client that wishes to charge the following

Lifetime Membership $25.00
First year subscription $35.00/yr
Total $60.00

But the Membership fee is only a onetime fee so on renewal they would only be required to pay $35.00/yr. So if I set the initial price to $60 and the usual price to $35, would this accomplish that?

I currently have the $25 membership fee setup as a joining fee, but that causes the user to have 2 paypal transactions in order to access paid articles. It's a bit confusing using the joining fee that way.

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Re:Difference between "initial price" & "usual price" 10 years 3 months ago #10010

  • Ann
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Yes, the initial price of 60$ and usual of 35$ should solve this.

Kind regards!
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