Sunday, 26 October 2014

It's a Date

Hanging on your wall for 2015?


  1. I see its priced in dollars.

    1. Trevor, that's easily rectified, you just select the Uk store then it comes up in Sterling.

  2. The link is to the publisher's website, where the calendar may be ordered direct. In the top right can be seen a tiny flag. Clicking on it enables the user to select which store (country) to purchase from. Needless to say, it doesn't matter too much what currency it shows. For example, the UK store shows Pounds Sterling, because if you use either PayPal or a card, the currency will be converted on your card's statement. Just for those out there who maybe don't often purchase things on line (the ARE still such individuals?). Sorry if I'm telling your grandmother to suck those eggs!!