I actually went ahead and enrolled my colleague yesterday anyway, but was
happily surprised that for the three days, the total was only $628.
Much appreciated !
C U there ...
From: martin(a)kurahaupo.gen.nz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, 4 July 2002 5:32 a.m.
Subject: Re: Uniforum registration
I've fixed the problem with the descriptive text (some days ago now, but I
thought I'd better let people know).
We've also had a re-think about the pricing, and have decided to continue a
discounted rate for a while:
Until midnight Monday the rate is $399 for two days and $157 for each
addition day, including lunch but not dinner or accommodation.
A few people booked at the "full" rates earlier this week; you're welcome
re-book at the reduced rate -- but use the same booking reference number or
we'll wind up charging you for both!
On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Donald Neal wrote:
The rates now being advertised on the web site are not
rates. Those ceased to be available once the first fifty registrations
were in. I believe work to be under way at present to fix the text on
the web site.
Tim John" <tim.john(a)domainz.net.nz.nz, on 07/01/02 11:20 wrote:
I'm trying to register a friend for the Uniforum
next week and,
according to the website, there are still 'earlybird' places left, but
to register for three days cost's nearly $1,000.
I registered a few weeks back and it came to a third of that. Was that
at a 'really, really, really earlybird discount' ?
"War against Terror" is an oxymoron
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