Nitro Pricing Makes No Sense for Small Servers

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  • recently

    you are supposed to have those advantages when you have a real community. why would your 10 member server need a server banner or a vanity URL?

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  • LordTennyson

    You're missing the point. Nobody needs a banner or a vanity URL, but we want them and we're willing to pay money at the right price point. As it stands now, we pay nothing which benefits nobody. 

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  • recently

    if you want them, you have to pay sadly. it would be an great option but I don’t think they will add it because they make more money from 30 boosts

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  • LordTennyson

    I want to pay! I just don't want to pay the same price as a server with 1000 people...

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  • Lone Destroyer

    The idea isn't you pay. The idea it's a community goal. If one person bought it all like you're suggesting it wouldn't be a community payment or even a goal to reach. You should try build a community or not complain, they are meant as community features and are rewarded as such. Everything you get are community rewards, extra emotes and such. Build a community, share the cost, let it be a goal.

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  • LordTennyson

    Sure, gamification is fine, but it doesn't scale right now which is just poor economics. I bet you that the majority of Discord servers out there have fewer than 10 total members which means that Nitro precludes most of the people who use Discord every day. Now, I'm sure there's a pricing model that indicates that the 500+ member servers (Discord's version of a "whale") are worth the investment over the multitude of smaller servers and that's probably true. It's a little like why Tesla built the Roadster first at a premium price point before developing the Model 3 for a wider audience. All I'm asking for is the Nitro version of the Model 3. 

     

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  • Ynne

    I think this is a great suggestion and it would make a lot of sense to allow several tiers so tiny servers could still support Discord financially. I am in a bunch of smaller servers and they are full, functional communities; just smaller scale, and their goal is not to grow into a huge server, so building a larger community is not the solution.

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