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Web Store - Currency Clarification

PantherusNZPantherusNZ Posts: 1,653 ★★★★
The Web Store doesn't clarify what currency it's in, but I ASSUME that it's in USD, despite Kabam being a Canadian company - is this correct?

If so, could I please make a request that the web store either explicitly confirms this, ideally every price listed shows as such (i.e. $49.99 USD or US$49.99, whatever) or have the option to adjust our displayed currency?

While the US is obviously the biggest market, by far, there are a lot of us around the world and with Kabam wanting to push us to their Web Store rather then via Android and iOS Stores, this would be a great way to increase inclusion.

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    DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 18,974 Guardian
    The front of the webstore shows USD prices, but if you actually try to buy something the store does a geolocation thing and converts the prices to local currency. So if you want to see what something actually costs in local currency, you can select it and the page it takes you to should show localized prices for that item before you’re asked to confirm the purchase.

    It also does this in the US itself, for the purposes of state sales tax calculations.
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    PantherusNZPantherusNZ Posts: 1,653 ★★★★
    DNA3000 said:

    The front of the webstore shows USD prices, but if you actually try to buy something the store does a geolocation thing and converts the prices to local currency. So if you want to see what something actually costs in local currency, you can select it and the page it takes you to should show localized prices for that item before you’re asked to confirm the purchase.

    It also does this in the US itself, for the purposes of state sales tax calculations.

    Ah, you're absolutely right. I'd clicked on the image and it didn't change the currency but if I click on the actual button, it does - thank you!


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    Toproller89Toproller89 Posts: 620 ★★★
    It’s Australian dollars for me
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