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PLAYSTATION Store price parity for Canadian consumers

Grace Chen's Avatar Posted by on Apr 30, 2008 // Sr. Director, PlayStation Store

It’s been one of the most frequent requests made during every store update in the past year: Many of you have been asking us to bring Canadian pricing more into line with the exchange rate. As SCEA Senior Vice President Peter Dille mentioned in the comments area of his post on April 15th, “we understand the concerns and are looking to correct the discrepancy.” That time has arrived.

I am excited to let all of our Canadian gamers know that we will be adjusting prices for downloadable content available through the PLAYSTATION Store for the Canadian market as a result of the strengthening Canadian currency vs. the US dollar. We’ll be executing the adjustments in a phased approach prior to the regular PLAYSTATION Store update on Thursday. On May 1, prices on all downloadable content should be updated.

We thank you for your support and patience during the time it took to resolve this discrepancy.

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+ mikescool on May 2nd, 2008 at 4:39 pm said:

so what’s the tax for, cuz i get charged tax every time i buy something… so its for NAFTA?


+ eNaR on May 4th, 2008 at 7:51 am said:

It’s about time Sony realized that the large tract of sparsely populated land north of the United States is actually a country called Canada !

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