Right. Finally we have a cheap source for Civ CTP.
People who want me to order a dose of them mail me...this is the list of
people I have gotten "definitly" from so far:
"Aidan Keady" <aidan at ssldesign.com>
"John Looney" <valen at tuatha.org>
So, we'll take it that it's £40 a copy. Show support for Linux games!!
----- Forwarded message from James Griffiths <jamesg at linsol.com> -----
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 15:37:16 +0100 (IST)
From: James Griffiths <jamesg at linsol.com>
To: "John P. Looney" <jplooney at compapp.dcu.ie>
Subject: Re: Linux games distribution query
X-MIME-Autoconverted: from QUOTED-PRINTABLE to 8bit by mailhost.compapp.dcu.ie id OAA24645
> I was wondering if you could get myself and a few friends a copy of this
> game. There was some discussion on the Linux User Group mail list, and
> about fifteen people expressed an interest, if it could be gotten for
> around £35-£40.
I was just talking to SuSE and they don't have CivCTP yet. They reckon on
having it available by the end of next week.
On the pricing front, we will be selling it at/very close to IR42.00.
Postage and packing for mail order in Ireland is IR4.00 or alternatively,
buyers can collect copies here in Blackrock.
If you have a block of firm orders (cash with order) I can order to
fill these and can probably do a slightly better price (about
IR40.00 each for an order of say 10 copies). This is a 5% discount -
the margins are so thin that there just isn't room to discount any
further and make *anything* on the product.
We aren't VAT registered here yet so in accordance with VAT regulations,
we don't charge VAT - the above prices are totals.
If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.
----- End forwarded message -----
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