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If you hover over support our site, you will see a selction "store" click on it, New page will give you options monthly $20, 4 months $45 or yearly $100.  Click on the one you want, click next and carry on with instructions.

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If you have an active subscription of a different length that you want to replace, there's something you should do first.

Under "Support Our Site" click "Manage Purchases."  Then "Cancel" your existing subscription.  Your Gallery access will remain active until the current term expires.

Then you use the "Store" option under "Support Our Site" to initiate your new subscription.


Alan G -- Measurection Administrator

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On 8/22/2022 at 3:55 AM, RodEnuf said:

If you have an active subscription of a different length that you want to replace, there's something you should do first.

Under "Support Our Site" click "Manage Purchases."  Then "Cancel" your existing subscription.  Your Gallery access will remain active until the current term expires.

Then you use the "Store" option under "Support Our Site" to initiate your new subscription.


Alan G -- Measurection Administrator

in that case will the new subscription begin immediately or when the current subscription expires?  I think I know but just want to be sure.

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To be honest, I don't know the answer.  I'm afraid the new subscription's anniversary might be used for future renewal dates.  Actually, it shouldn't let you re-subscribe until there is no active subscription.  But I'd be reluctant to trust it as I'm not aware that anyone has done this since we switched to this software platform in 2014.

If I were you, I would cancel the existing subscription, and put a reminder in my own personal calendar to re-subscribe on the day after my the current term expires.

I'm sorry I can't give you a definitive answer.


Alan G -- Measurection Administrator

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