Hi Mark Fenton wrote:
All Divisions wrote:
I pu this in the other thread. As someone who was wary about this whole monopoly, I’m actually pretty impressed so far. The price is only $19.99, so that’s cheaper than the gas I’d use to go to a meet. Plus the weather sucks for D1 and D2. I’m interested in all 3 divisions. There is no overlap in races today so everything is working out in flotracks favor. Plus the d2 and D3 quality has been pretty terrible in the past. Much better today. Using split screens for D1 is solid as well. Sorry, but I just can’t bash them. I’m sitting in my warm home, drinking coffee and watching on my 50 inch screen off of a connected device. How can I ask for more off of $20? What did everyone else think?
Sorry Mark, your coverage is simply not worth it, and you know it. Eventually, someone else will take over. Just think if you lowered the price, more subscribers, more money and less whining about the crappy coverage and stupid commercial break because they aren't paying that much. Bye Mr. Fenton.
Flotrack doesn't understand how to maximize profits through price structure. There are many resources on the subject, and any Finance or Econ major will be able to solve the problem easily. I would wager that for even $13-$14, they would have doubled sales.
But the mid-race commercial is bush league. Now it doesn't matter what their future pricing is, I'll never subscribe to any of their future feeds.
Ummmmm....I'm pretty sure that's what the poster was saying, lower the price they'd get more subscribers. Repeat much?
Anna would have done well indeed, it's too bad she was not healthy:(
$5.00 I would pay for sure. $10-$12 is the most I would pay. I'm cheap. I bet they would make a ton if it were only $5.00. Almost everyone interested would pay that.
It was $12 to watch this race. I have the yearly subscription and it comes out to $12/month.