Thanks @Nate_Pearson .
The timing of this is tough. I get it and want to pay more - but it has come at worst time for me personally. Lower income, huge financial pressures and as a result using TR a lot less.
I’m hoping to be able to pay my way more in the future so welcome the future option of moving from Legacy to loyalty discount.
Thanks for your approach Nate - so refreshing, honest and inspiring.
It seems like an unpopular opinion here, but I have no intention of losing my legacy pricing for the time being. From a loyalty perspective, I believe I’m giving TR more money in the long run by staying subscribed indefinitely which I do purely and entirely because of my legacy pricing. I’m not really motivated by loyalty, as many forum users are who seem to be really bought into the personality and brand of TR as a company. It’s purely a pragmatic decision for me and legacy pricing is what prevents me from exploring other training platforms, like Zwift, which are similarly priced to the current TR price but offer a different set of benefits.
If I was ever forced to pay the current full price for TR, I’m not sure I would use it year round and would probably take breaks when I wasn’t using it frequently enough, therefore likely pay less overall than I do now. I would also possibly end up moving to a different platform although I would have to do some comparison shopping before deciding in that case. I love TR but it’s not the only game in town.
That’s great we can opt in later @Nate_Pearson. Layoffs at my wife’s company this past week have affected us and we are going down an income in the house. You can understand we are looking over any and all expendable costs,
Thanks for giving the option and flexibility on an individual basis.
So after evaluating how little I use TR during the prime outside months and doing the math earlier this year, I realized that a yearly subscription was a waste of money for me and changed my sub to monthly and plan to let it lapse in May until next Nov.
But I realized the other day I am gonna lose AIFTP…that alone may make me switch back to a yearly sub.