Jeff Mack Posted May 17, 2014 Author Share Posted May 17, 2014 This might be slightly off topic, but I think it applies. I'd like to see Brickpicker charge for premium level services, including access to the daily deals, premium content, price guides, and a certain number of free listings. I know most people don't want to hear this, but the service you guys provide is incredible and shouldn't be free. Think of Morningstar where they offer some basic mutual fund information to the general public, but if you are a serious investor and what more valuable information, you pay for it. I wouldn't mind paying $50 per year if that meant I had exclusive access to the best deals, the best information, and the best resources in the Lego investing community. If all the power users and most knowledgeable investors were posting to the premium forums, I would pay for that. When certain users post deals or post comments, I listen. I know Brickpicker has saved me well over $50 this past month alone on deals based on tips in the daily deal threads. If you threw in 20 free listings, that would make the premium service even more attractive. I guess I'm just a firm believer that if you provide a service worth paying for you should charge for it. Just my $0.02. Sure that is a very nice idea. Like anything we will see where it goes. People just want everything for free, it is human nature I guess. Whatever the end result will be, it will be a good product at a good price. It really is up to the individuals to see whether it succeeds or fails. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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