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idea: weekend subscription?

kivaas
kivaas

Maybe this idea could be interesting for more people.

At the moment, subscriptions are only offered for full months. However, many people are working on normal weekdays and don't have the time to play so much. So normally, subscribing is not really interesting for them, because during 5 days of the week, the will anyway not find the time to play more than 4 mysteries.

What about introducing a "weekend subscription"? It could work that way that on Saturdays and Sundays, the weekend-subscribed players have all the benefits of a normal subscriber (more cases, more favors, treasure hunts), but on working days, they are just as unsubscribed players only entitled to 4 cases per day etc.

This subscription could also be sold on a monthly basis, but be cheaper than a normal monthly subscription.

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Detective Joseph Chen
Detective Joseph Chen

wow! this is the best idea yet if that's the case, then:

1 week subscription
2 weeks subscription
3 weeks subscription

should be consider too. ^_^

kivaas
kivaas

and then the next step would be a

"choose 3/5/8 days out of a month where you want to be subscribed"...

or just subscribe on a daily basis - WHICH WOULD BE GREAT - and you get discounts later.

Let's say, for the 1st subscription day within a month you pay 50 cent, then for the 2nd day till 5th day 40 cent, from the 6th to 10th day then 30 cent, for every further day 20 cent. So a total month subscription would then cost 7,60 euro.

You might even have an account with "subscription points" - like one subscription point is worth one day of subscription - and you can buy as many points as you like by bank transfer or Paypal or whatever, but use them at your own best convenience. And whatever day you decide for subscription, you would just click on "use a subscription point for today"...

Knife
Knife

sounds nice, I'm in!

Droid
Droid

Sorry, but you can't have small payments of 30 cents and the like because Paypal charge Ben 30 cents plus about 3 percent per transaction.

lovesick
lovesick

Yeah. The cheapest you would probably be able to go with paypal--as a business owner, would probably be $1.

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