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Old 04-30-2017, 10:56 AM
EricWatkins EricWatkins is offline
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Default Pricing question about upgrading.

Hi everyone. I own Hollywood Strings, Brass, and Woodwinds gold editions. I have often wanted to upgrade to Diamond when I got enough SSD space. Well that day is here and I'm trying to do the math and make sure I understand the pricing.

My main question is; If I buy the Hollywood percussion Gold edition now, which would complete my Gold orchestra, do I then get the upgrade pricing from Gold to Diamond for the entire orchestra? Currently $250.

That would mean I buy HWP at $200 + the upgrade at $250, for a total of $450 vs buying Hollywood Orchestra Diamond for $699. Is this solid logic and math?

I guess my only real concern is if there is a technicality based on me purchasing all the gold sections individually vs as a package.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Eric W

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Old 05-01-2017, 05:26 PM
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All upgrades get manually checked, so if they see you have all four Hollywood Gold libraries, EastWest will allow you to upgrade the entire bundled price regardless of how you acquired each Gold Library, so you can certainly get the $450 +shipping off the drive for the total upgrade.

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