Will tinker with the format of the notice, but this is the price list for this weekend's UK Games Expo (May 24-26, Birmingham).
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- My accountant said, all those aeons ago, that reporting for things like this would be to Finland.
I have no clue how I'd go about reporting VAT to the British tax office, let alone what the procedures are.May 23, 2013
- A good friend of mine charges pay-what-you-want for all of his games all the time. It treats him very well. I'm too chicken to try it myself.May 23, 2013
- Great move! I think that if you gave people some guidance it would act as a bit of a safety net - e.g Average price online for a scenario is £X.
You often see "suggested donation" signs in museums here (Ireland) as they are mainly paid for by taxes and hence free to enter.May 23, 2013
- I dunno, it kind of screws around with the whole idea.
If I say "minimum amount x" then it's giving people the all clear to pay this small amount which I don't want to encourage.
If I have on the notice "this normally sells for x" then I'm discouraging low payments... of course I don't WANT no payments, but I've resolved to not be cranky about them and if some guy really only has £5 to spend and wants the Grindhouse box I don't want him feeling guilty when I'm the idiot who decided to do a Pay What You Want scheme.
If someone there asks me what I usually sell things for, I'll tell them.May 23, 2013
- I personally would like to know what would cover costs. Otherwise I'd lie awake at nights, tossing and turning, getting a terrible stress-ulcer and wondering if I'd ripped you off. I, and I suspect most people, have no real clue what production costs for stuff like this might be.May 23, 2013
- As I said, I won't hide info from people who ask.
And which costs? Just production costs of the items, or including the flight to England and the hotel and table booking to be able to be there in the first place? :DMay 23, 2013
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