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Clownski_: We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5,99 USD = 5,69 EUR = 4,89 GBP = 9,39 AUD = 26,09 PLN = 67 SEK = 64,7 NOK = 41,8 DKK = 5,39 CHF = 8,09 CAD = 29,19 BRL = 44 CNY

9,99 USD = 9,39 EUR = 8,09 GBP = 15,19 AUD = 43,49 PLN = 111,7 SEK = 108 NOK = 69,8 DKK = 8,99 CHF = 13,49 CAD = 48,59 BRL = 73 CNY

14,99 USD = 14,09 EUR = 12,14 GBP = 23,29 AUD = 65,19 PLN = 167,6 SEK = 162 NOK = 104,7 DKK = 13,49 CHF = 20,29 CAD = 72,89 BRL = 109 CNY
The AUD figure in the second row looks wrong. The other two values have increased due to depreciation in the AUD since the June update, but not this one.

I believe it is actually 9.99USD = 15.59 AUD.
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Mortius1: The AUD figure in the second row looks wrong. The other two values have increased due to depreciation in the AUD since the June update, but not this one.

I believe it is actually 9.99USD = 15.59 AUD.
You're right of course, apologies for the typo! Comment edited.
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Clownski_: We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5,99 USD = 5,69 EUR

9,99 USD = 9,39 EUR

14,99 USD = 14,09 EUR
It's adorable, how you guys still use the "old (one world, one price) GOG"'s pricing levels ($5,99 / $9,99 / $14,99) as base for your exchange rates.

XD
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Clownski_: We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5,99 USD = 5,69 EUR

9,99 USD = 9,39 EUR

14,99 USD = 14,09 EUR
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BreOl72: It's adorable, how you guys still use the "old (one world, one price) GOG"'s pricing levels ($5,99 / $9,99 / $14,99) as base for your exchange rates.

XD
Yeah, they should basically put

"1 USD = 0.94 EUR = 0.81 GBP = 1.52 AUD = 4.35 PLN = 11.17 SEK = 10.80 NOK = 6.98 DKK = 0.90 CHF = 1.35 CAD = 4.86 BRL = 7.30 CNY but we tend to "round" to x.x9"
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anzial: Sorry but that's not my experience, or the experience of a number of other users in this thread for several years across the globe, just go back a few pages and read numerous complaints to that end. GOG prices exceed abnormally the prices of other storefronts, and frequently in local currency. You may be right for other stores but GOG is certainly doing things its own way.
Also, your explanation is wrong, I am not getting US price, it's still regional but hiked up without being mirrored in other stores. You are also wrong about everyone else, they complain about abnormally high prices for their country specifically at GOG. But whatever, if you wish to remain obtuse or willfully ignorant, that's your choice, your beliefs do not change the reality for thousands, if not millions of GOG users.
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Cavalary: Give some examples of games that have higher-than-US prices in regions that normally get lower ones, and yours in particular if you'll say what that is, and I'll stand corrected. With nothing else to go on at the moment, checked PS:T EE, mentioned by caiman earlier, and see $19.99 US price, $7.45 in Latin America but the same $19.99 in countries like Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia or India, which might be used to discounts on other stores.
Stellaris Overlord. According to the GOG database it should cost $15.99, but for me it costs $16.92
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Cavalary: Give some examples of games that have higher-than-US prices in regions that normally get lower ones, and yours in particular if you'll say what that is, and I'll stand corrected. With nothing else to go on at the moment, checked PS:T EE, mentioned by caiman earlier, and see $19.99 US price, $7.45 in Latin America but the same $19.99 in countries like Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia or India, which might be used to discounts on other stores.
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Lovelace217: Stellaris Overlord. According to the GOG database it should cost $15.99, but for me it costs $16.92
Er, you're in Poland, I was referring to regions that typically get discounts, like former CIS states or South America.
(For that matter, your price is still a tiny bit less than the EU one, which I'm also getting, $17.07 on the current sale.)
Otherwise, China has it now at $9.71, South America at $9.86, former CIS states at $10.79, "normal" pricing there...
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Lovelace217: Stellaris Overlord. According to the GOG database it should cost $15.99, but for me it costs $16.92
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Cavalary: Er, you're in Poland, I was referring to regions that typically get discounts, like former CIS states or South America.
(For that matter, your price is still a tiny bit less than the EU one, which I'm also getting, $17.07 on the current sale.)
Otherwise, China has it now at $9.71, South America at $9.86, former CIS states at $10.79, "normal" pricing there...
strange, it seems this is due to the company’s delusional policy that converts local currencies against the euro/dollar, and does not set local ones
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caiman: In the UK tax of 20% is included in price listings. If the European price is without tax, it would have to be taxed at just over 50% at checkout (which I can't see because my account is region-locked) to be the same price as the UK.
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neumi5694: No, EU laws demand that taxes are already included in the price.

GB is not part of the EU anymore, so it can't be part of the same price scheme.
due to fluctuation and inflation we are getting pricing updates day by day what would be the last one.
Once again forced to go to Steam when I would have preferred GOG. Game I needed to install was almost $50 on GOG. I could find discounted Steam keys for under $20. The game is now new and I have waited and waited to find a good discount on GOG but it never happened.

Finally ended up buying the Steam key as much as I despise Steam. Why is it that there are no discounted GOG keys anywhere on the internet? It's really tragic. I wonder how much of the market GOG has lost to Steam over that single issue
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SurvivorLibrarian: Once again forced to go to Steam when I would have preferred GOG. Game I needed to install was almost $50 on GOG. I could find discounted Steam keys for under $20. The game is now new and I have waited and waited to find a good discount on GOG but it never happened.

Finally ended up buying the Steam key as much as I despise Steam. Why is it that there are no discounted GOG keys anywhere on the internet? It's really tragic. I wonder how much of the market GOG has lost to Steam over that single issue
If you mean authorized resellers, there are a handful of GOG games on Humble Bundle.
If you're talking about shady places like G2A, I'm sure there are GOG keys floating around there too, seeing hundreds if I filter right now, but buyer beware in those cases, and if they're obtained in a shady manner you may find yourself losing access to the game.
But asking on a store's site about discounted key resellers may not be the best idea in general...
I am once again begging for proper regional pricing in Mexico for Activision and EA games.
Post edited January 09, 2024 by Foxhack