|01 January 2013||#1|
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Autodesk Q&A on Upgrade price changes planned
"hat are the planned Autodesk Upgrade pricing changes?
Autodesk will simplify its upgrade pricing model as of February 1, 2013. Autodesk currently offers multiple upgrade prices based on which previous release of a product is being upgraded. These upgrade prices will be consolidated into a single "Upgrade from Previous Releases" option, which will be available to customers using products that are one to six releases immediately prior to the current release.
For example, if the current product release is 2013, the simplified Upgrade option will be available to customers with product releases from 2007 to 2012; and at the 2014 product release, the simplified Upgrade option will be available to customers with product releases from 2008 to 2013, following accepted upgrade paths.
The "Upgrade from Previous Releases" option will have an Autodesk SRP of approximately seventy percent (70%) of the current new License Autodesk SRP*, regardless of which of the six previous releases is being upgraded. Autodesk product releases more than six releases prior to the current release will no longer be eligible for upgrade.
Autodesk® Subscription will continue to be available for any upgrade to current release purchase as it is today. Which previous releases are most impacted by this change?
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