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  • beishe8
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    Originally posted by punchbowl View Post
    I have two owned licences both with blogs, one expired in september and one will expire in november, yet both upgrade/renew links bring me to the same page and want to charge me just as much.
    ...which most probably means that we can forget about our blogs.
    Have to buy it again.

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  • punchbowl
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    I have two owned licences both with blogs, one expired in september and one will expire in november, yet both upgrade/renew links bring me to the same page and want to charge me just as much.

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  • Jobe1986
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    Originally posted by XtAzY View Post
    I'm a little confused as well. Currently my own license is nolonger active. It'll cost me $250 to upgrade. So I should get a new license for $235 instead?
    The $235 is only available until october 30th (according to the FAQ) then it'll go back up to $285 for new SUITE.

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  • XtAzY
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    I'm a little confused as well. Currently my own license is nolonger active. It'll cost me $250 to upgrade. So I should get a new license for $235 instead?

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  • GHOwner
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    Originally posted by Kaelon View Post
    I agree. Can we get some clarity? I have an Owned License as well as a couple of add-ons (blog and project), but have not renewed my Members Access yet. How much will it cost me to upgrade to vB 4.0 (plus suite) when it comes out?
    I get Forum 4.0 as an existing customer but I want to convert the license to the vBulletin Publishing Suite- what are my options?
    - During the pre-sale event, you can convert to the vBulletin Publishing Suite for $130.
    - After the pre-sale event, you can convert your license to the vBulletin Publishing Suite for $250.
    - If you wait until your license expires, a new license costs $285.
    source

    I got that much from it, I'm just asking if I can still renew my license for the old price. It's an owned license. I'm also asking for some more preview material to know what it has above the competition.

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  • Kaelon
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    I agree. Can we get some clarity? I have an Owned License as well as a couple of add-ons (blog and project), but have not renewed my Members Access yet. How much will it cost me to upgrade to vB 4.0 (plus suite) when it comes out?

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  • GHOwner
    started a topic Upgrading to 4.0 discount & vb4 info?

    Upgrading to 4.0 discount & vb4 info?

    I guess the chance to renew my license for $40 and get an upgrade to vb4 is now gone? Any chance I could still do so? I've tried in the members area, but it leads me to buying a new license.

    Bleh, if only I could have done this sooner :/ Is there still a chance?

    Now, I would be willing to preorder for another license, but there's also the question of... What's really different in 4.0? There's been about 5 things somewhat mentioned, but no insight of execution other than rough concepts. This renewal option before would have been nice to test 4.0 (on my current license, when it releases) before buying another license as well, but well... Gah...

    Basically, IPB has a lot of features as well, but I don't like their interface or management. When is why I love vB, it's a lot nicer (at least back before CSS craze) to customize and use. However, everything after 3.7 has me at concern of how well everything will run together. So, it'd be nice to have some clarity of the product's clarity and general build to know if it's worth customizing vB or IPB, though I prefer vB for obvious reasons stated.
    Last edited by GHOwner; Tue 13th Oct '09, 2:12pm.
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