My site is a price comparison site with student discounts. This means for one product there’d be multiple different retailers, with multiple different discount levels and different prices.
Basically, for each product, how can I store this information? I know it’ll have to be multiple data entries but then the data won’t be linked between retailers. Since I am doing this through manual data entry as well and have no information from APIs - would it just make more sense to have the data set in a way that it can then just be used directly for each use I need it for? This would mean more work maintaining the database but would solve my issue somewhat?
Sorry the entire Bubble community is in shock from the pinned new pricing thread…
Oh no! I just had a look and honestly it seems so worrying to read. I don’t even know if I can continue with Bubble now.
Yes sorry I started typing out the whole structure to you then I just gave up thinking about the cost to do something so simple…
I’m about to break into tears. Honestly, I saw the update about pricing and thought no worries, I’m a little while away from launching and Bubble are all about empowering non technical founders but turns out they just want my money rather than help me grow.
Yea I am so sorry I broke the news to you… everyone I guess is waiting to see if the CEOs have something to say but until then they are telling us start-ups to ourselves.
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