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Re: [opensuse-summit] openSUSE Summit Tickets List suggestions.
Hi Gilson,

On 09/20/2013 12:07 PM, Gilson Melo wrote:
Robert,

please, check my response in-line

On 9/20/2013 at 08:57 AM, in message <523C625C.1050001@xxxxxxxx>, Robert
Schweikert <rjschwei@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi,

On 09/19/2013 12:37 PM, Gilson Melo wrote:
Hi All,

I got good news.

The SUSE Marketing team is giving us 100 SUSE back packs to be used as a
gift for the people who decide to contribute purchasing a ticket to help us
out.

This is great. :)


I would suggest starting the ticket price around $30,00 since the cost of
the back pack is $26 but I'm open to suggestions since this is the first
time I'm helping with openSUSE Summit.

Lets stick to the $50 ticket price for individuals and $200 for the
"Company tickets" ($200 == 5 professional i.e. $50 tickets).

Sounds good. Lets keep minimum individual contribution as $50 then.
BTW, Company tickets at $200 will give them 4 professional tickets for $50 but
if you want
to give them an extra one because it's a company ticket, then, the ticket price
will be reduced to $40
and they will get 5 individual tickets + 5 back packs. Are you ok with that?

Yes I can do the math, it's like the raffle ticket sale strategy, get one extra to lower the price on the individual item and make it more appealing to spend more money. Very commonly used strategy.



Gilson can you please talk with Jennifer and get the links into the SUSE
shop.

Which links?

The links you will get from the SUSE Shop web team.

Which Jennifer?

The Jennifer in charge of the SUSE Shop.

HTH,
Robert

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