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I think I already know the answer to this but...

When Amazon price matches say Google play and at amazon the price is 2.99 but they price match for 2.51, do you still get the 2.99 royalty or the 2.51 royalty? Does the 2.51 drop you to 35% instead of 70% Google play discounts you at their whim without your consent and then amazon price matches without your consent.
 

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All of these things happen with your consent. You agree to it all, no matter how annoying, when you list with them.

If you have a book at the 70% tier but are pricematched below $2.99, you will most likely get a nastygram telling you to adjust your price or change your royalty tier.

You can set your price at a higher amount on GP to avoid this.
 

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Mercia McMahon said:
Those figures no longer work you need to experiment including using proxies to see what the price comes out at in other parts of the world.
Hmm. They are accurate for me. I used them for my books and the discounts are correctly listed.
 
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