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Are there bundle-to-bundle upgrades?

Posted: Tue Jun 01, 2021 4:48 pm
by Sinistrail
Hello everyone, I'm coming from Humble Bundle. Voltage Modular is part of the new Mega Sound Designer bundle at a great price, and it comes with the Ignite modules. I wanted to buy it, but I would like to know if I would be able to "upgrade" to the Core one in the future without having to purchase the remaining modules separately or pay for VM Core entirely.

I see talks of "upgrade prices" here but no actual advertisement of any such feature on the website. If I reedem the Ignite bundle, will I be prompted to buy the Core bundle for the prices' difference in the store or will I have to pay more/for the other stuff separately, DAW style? TIA.

Re: Are there bundle-to-bundle upgrades?

Posted: Wed Jun 02, 2021 8:24 pm
by cherryaudio Greg
Hi,

Yes, the store would know which modules you had and you would see the appropriate price when you went to buy the bigger bundle.

Greg

Re: Are there bundle-to-bundle upgrades?

Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2021 1:14 pm
by Sinistrail
cherryaudio Greg wrote:
Wed Jun 02, 2021 8:24 pm
Hi,

Yes, the store would know which modules you had and you would see the appropriate price when you went to buy the bigger bundle.

Greg
Hi Greg, I'm Matt. And I'm also a new customer of yours now.

However, I believe you should absolutely add a text stating this below the three bundles on the presentation page... direct discounts are a thing when it comes to digital purchases but it unfortunately isn't as commonplace in the industry as we'd all like. Publicising that would be a good idea. Just my two cents.

Re: Are there bundle-to-bundle upgrades?

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:27 am
by Steve W
Sinistrail wrote:
Thu Jun 03, 2021 1:14 pm
However, I believe you should absolutely add a text stating this below the three bundles on the presentation page... direct discounts are a thing when it comes to digital purchases but it unfortunately isn't as commonplace in the industry as we'd all like. Publicising that would be a good idea. Just my two cents.
I am just a customer like you, but I just discovered that with the current sale the deep discounts now in effect can sometimes be greater than previous discounts for owning other things.

For example, one thing I was considering previously showed me a price of $23.00 for a $29.00 item. But with the current deep discounts, it is available to everyone for $19.00. In this instance I would not get any discount for prior ownership.

So it might not always be the case that customers would always get credit applied based on prior ownership.