Cost of joining in "our " currency?

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Cost of joining in "our " currency?

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1RuthieD
Ago 6, 2013, 12:41pm

Hi. Can anyone tell me how much it may cost on average for a year's membership?
Jeremy? said PayPal converts it on payment but it would be good to have an idea. I don't understand the.dollar rate to pound sterling.
Thanks.

2ringman
Ago 6, 2013, 1:09pm

double the cost in dollars and then divide by 3.

3RuthieD
Ago 6, 2013, 1:22pm

Thank you. I'll try it.

5alaudacorax
Editado: Ago 7, 2013, 5:49am

The last time I used PayPal to buy something in dollars I'm pretty sure it cost me a little more than the then current exchange rate as given by the BBC. At this morning's BBC rates, a $10 yearly membership should cost £6-53 and a $25 life membership should cost £16-32, but allow for PayPal adding a few pence more.

#4 - We Brits are still proudly and defiantly clinging to our pounds and pence, miss_read - no euros here, yet. For myself, I'm still mourning shillings, sixpences, thruppences, half-crowns ...

Edited to strikethrough misguided paragraph.

6Helenliz
Ago 7, 2013, 5:20am

I'm not that old >;-) - post decimal child, but bring back the Duke of Wellington on the fiver.

There is a sterling option on the dropdown boxes on that link, so it should have helped a little.

7alaudacorax
Ago 7, 2013, 5:47am

#6 - There is a sterling option on the dropdown boxes on that link ...

Oops! I only had a quick glance at it. Thanks, Helenliz and my apologies to miss_read.

8RuthieD
Ago 8, 2013, 1:13pm

Thanks everyone. Have you all upgraded?

9TimSharrock
Ago 8, 2013, 1:39pm

yes - I joined for life very quickly after joining at all

10miss_read
Ago 9, 2013, 2:15am

7 - No worries, alaudacorax!

11RuthieD
Ago 9, 2013, 8:57am

You soon reach your free 200 don't you? It makesyou realise just how many books you own.

12oldstick
Ago 9, 2013, 9:54am

I'd forgotten about the free 200. I am heading there with books I have read, not books I own. I keep reducing the ones that are not by my favourite authors but I need to keep some so that I find other books by writers I admire. If I just used it for Stephen King it would soon mount up. I think I'll have to find another way of recording my reading. I don't need LT for books I own as there are so few of them. Sorry, LT I am not using you for the original purpose! I don't want to leave as I like the chat.

13CliffordDorset
Ago 10, 2013, 6:18am

The 'Free 200' is a brilliant stratagem. Just the right number to get you hooked!

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