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ACT 2010

Costco is advertising ACT! 2010 as a "hot buy" for $79.99 which is considerably less than if I order it from Sage.  Should I be concerned about ordering this from a third-party or should I make most of my Costco membership and grab the bargain?

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Re: ACT 2010

It's legitimate. It is the standard version, not the premium version. I'm guessing that itis a "while suppoies last" item
Roy Laudenslager
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Re: ACT 2010

Thanks, Roy.

 

Is there much of a difference between the "standard" and "premium" versions?

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Re: ACT 2010

Hi ChicagoVi...

 

As a single user I haven't asked a question on the board that has been answered by "that's a feature in Premium". 

 

Hope that helps.

John Purdy
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Re: ACT 2010

The main differences are in the area of security including security between users and the total number of connections, standard is limited to a maximum of 10. For a single user or small work group standard is generally fine.
Roy Laudenslager
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Re: ACT 2010

Thanks for the feedback.  I'm off to do some bargain shopping at Costco!