Parity Purchasing Power
Helping to make the pricing of premium content on this site as fair as possible for the global web community
The web is for everyone and a big part of that is making content as accessible to as many people as possible. This site is built in a progressively enhanced, accessibility-first and performance-first manner to make sure that happens. One place it needed to improve, though, was that content was too expensive for a global community. This is where Parity Purchasing Power helps.
What is Parity Purchasing Power? permalink
Also known as Purchasing Parity Power, it’s a method of measuring pricing based on the strength of a currency—in Piccalilli’s case—against GBP. This means that certain countries, like India and Nigeria should get products on here way cheaper than say, Poland. In contrast, people from richer nations like the U.K, USA and Germany will see no difference in prices on here.
This hopefully makes things fairer and importantly, enables more people to access content!
Countries that get Parity Purchasing Power permalink
So far, over 60 countries now get discount. Here is a complete list of them.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- El Salvador
- Hong Kong
- Palestinian Territories
- Puerto Rico
- South Africa
- South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
- Sri Lanka
If you believe your country is missing from this list, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wrapping up permalink
Parity Purchasing Power works for all premium content on this site. Why not try it out on the debut course: Learn Eleventy From Scratch?
Until next time, take it easy 👋