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Steve Smith
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I am having an issue with the one rule that talks about the "End of Game" Event under the "6.0 End of Round (II. Event Phase)" of the rule book. the line says "Each player has the opportunity to sell any goods remaining in their warehouse at the fixed price".

Where is the fixed price shown? or what is the fixed price?
 
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The fixed price is determined by you. When you have the opportunity to upgrade factories, increase distribution, or increase marketing you are allowed to change the price of your good. Once you do that, it's the fixed price
 
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Your fixed price is always shown on the player board, the bottom left of each type of factory. Bread - $2, Clothing - $3, Cutlery - $4, and Lamps - $5

It is also shown in the rules under the Stock Action (typically that is the action that you can sell goods out of your warehouse ie not to England, and not to the foreign market.) page 21, Selling Goods from Warehouse

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Mabuchi wrote:
Your fixed price is always shown on the player board, the bottom left of each type of factory. Bread - $2, Clothing - $3, Cutlery - $4, and Lamps - $5

It is also shown in the rules under the Stock Action (typically that is the action that you can sell goods out of your warehouse ie not to England, and not to the foreign market.) page 21, Selling Goods from Warehouse



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Fizbin44 wrote:
The fixed price is determined by you. When you have the opportunity to upgrade factories, increase distribution, or increase marketing you are allowed to change the price of your good. Once you do that, it's the fixed price


Not correct. The fixed price is the price that you use to sell goods from warehouse. See my post above.
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Mabuchi wrote:
Fizbin44 wrote:
The fixed price is determined by you. When you have the opportunity to upgrade factories, increase distribution, or increase marketing you are allowed to change the price of your good. Once you do that, it's the fixed price


Not correct. The fixed price is the price that you use to sell goods from warehouse. See my post above.


The correct rule is, that during the stock exchange action (and the game end event is some kind of stock exchange action for each player) you can only sell goods for the standard price, that is 2-3-4-5. Your own price is only relevant for regular selling on the home market in England.
 
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Masterkaboom wrote:
I am having an issue with the one rule that talks about the "End of Game" Event under the "6.0 End of Round (II. Event Phase)" of the rule book. the line says "Each player has the opportunity to sell any goods remaining in their warehouse at the fixed price".

Where is the fixed price shown? or what is the fixed price?


Essentially the 3 different prices used in the game is,

Selling to England (happens at the end of each individual factory step) - Price determined by Quality - Price / Good = Appeal

Selling to Foreign Market - Price shown on the top right of each individual factory, also the price used to buy / upgrade factory

Selling from Warehouse during Stock Action (IE end game) Fixed Price, page 21.
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Thank you all for your answers. This helped a lot.
 
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