NovaDevelopment states clearly on their website that the coupon is for ANY product on their website - and on their website is also the bundle, so it clearly applies.
These are the facts as we know them, not conjecture.
Technically, a bundle is a group of products sold together. If the bundle was all Nova Development apps then I wouldn't say anything. But because other developers have their apps in the bundle, it's not completely a Nova Development product and I wonder how they feel about their apps being sold for even less then they already are. And again, because you can't get the discount without a work around or by contacting them, it doesn't seem it was originally intended for use on the bundle. It also doesn't make sense from a business standpoint.
So was the coupon code intended for use on their bundle? That is as much of a conjecture as me saying it wasn't. There are definitely many reasons to support both arguments.
> and people can choose to be offended by it if they want.
is just very very poor form. I expected better.
The way we react to things is always a choice. I do not want people to be offended, but sometimes that is the reaction people choose to take when they don't like someone's opinion. I did not mean to condemn anyone for using the code, especially since their customer support is letting people have the discount when asking for help. I am just discussing whether or not they meant for their to be an old 30% off coupon code to be used on a bundle that is already 90% off.
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