Hi Everyone, Just been browsing a few websites in the interests of research, and I notice that quite a few prices, on sites where prices are quoted in more than one currency, bear little relation to the current reality of exchange rates. Example one site quoting 225 pounds / 330 euros / 395 USD. Not that the latter is of much practical importance, but the euro to pound ratio has been around 1.30 for a while - a long way from the 1.47 which the above example shows.
People will be confused - does it mean that 330 euros is the price (hence around 250 quid), or is it actually 225 pounds (ie 293 euros)?
Some potential customers might be prepared to check with you, but I suspect many will just click on.
(BTW I realise that some websites use a conversion rate which the owner has no control over.)
So get those calculators out folks!
if it is in bg it will be euros the others are usualy just a guide and they take a while for them to update them
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