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Posted by: Paintybeard Campaign titles appear to be costing more from 2020
Posted on: 23/11/2019 07:38:29

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Posted by: Paintybeard
Total Posts: 363
Joined Date: Monday, 4 February 2013

I have just noticed that Campaign titles that are being published from January 2020 onwards, (Ia Drang and Yalu River) are priced at £15.99 as opposed to £14.99 for earlier titles.


We all realise that costs continue to go up, but it would be friendlier if Osprey would annonuce these rises instead of seeming to sneak them past us.

Posted on: 23/11/2019 07:38:31
Posted by: KenA
Total Posts: 124
Joined Date: Tuesday, 15 October 2013

I agree Painty.  It would be much better all-round if Osprey made an effort at public relations and announced any price rises up front on its web site so that there are no surprises for anyone later.

In this instance the increase in the price for Campaign titles from the start of 2020 was signalled at the top of page 13 of Osprey’s Catalogue for January-June 2020, which has been available on Osprey’s web site for a week or two now.  However, unless you were specifically looking for it you’d likely miss this price increase as most readers would be looking for details on new titles.

The immediate past Osprey editor appreciated the desirability of keeping customers/readers informed of forthcoming price changes.  It is to be hoped that the current editor will come to the same realisation and adopt similar practises of keeping customers/readers up-to-date with coming changes.

Posted on: 23/11/2019 12:57:05

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