The pdfs of the old Dungeon and Dragon magazines cost $4.95. Who sets this price?
I ask because I've really grown to like having a pdf and print copy of my Pathfinder stuff. At $4.95 I might get pdf of one or two really good old Dungeons, but that's about it. However, if they were cheap enough, I might be willing to digitize my entire collection.
Do you set the price yourself or does Wizards tell you what to charge? Or do they receive a flat fee on each one and Paizo has to add a little to make a profit? Do you sell many at the current price? Consider dropping the price as much as you can and go for volume sales.
|Vic Wertz Chief Technical Officer|
We set the price for Dragon and Dungeon PDFs based on the fairly standard practice that PDFs generally sell for about 30% off the print price, and most of these issues had a $7 cover price (some print issues cost more, but we left the PDF price constant).
I think it's a reasonable value; a lot of customers must agree, because we sell enough of them that we don't feel a need to change the price anytime soon.
|Paul Ackerman 70|