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Every year I see these when I go to reup, and I wonder if anyone has ever plunked down that kind of cash on a license before? Do you or does anyone you know have one?
 

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It's $375, so not too old! ;)
 

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Young kid I work with got one.
Worth it for him, he's got a lot of years left to benefit from it.
An old fogey like me... dunno, gotta do the math.
 

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That's kind of what I was getting at. I just turned 30 on March 9th and I wonder if I have 30 more seasons in me (that's the price, current price x30) and if it might be worth it. I'd like to think that I do, but good lord willing I just don't know.
 

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I had also thought about buying a lifetime license, but the only way that I feel it would be worth the money is to buy them while your still young, for example multiply the total no# of yrs by your age X how much it costs per year for a license. It is worth the money to buy a lifetime.

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Cluricaun said:
That's kind of what I was getting at. I just turned 30 on March 9th and I wonder if I have 30 more seasons in me (that's the price, current price x30) and if it might be worth it. I'd like to think that I do, but good lord willing I just don't know.
One thing you forgot, 30 years from now an annual license will probably be $75.00 the way this state pisses away money. :lol:
 

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Got life time sportsman's before the price hike. Money goes into separate trust so Blago types can't get it.
 
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