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My idea is that Strava have consistent and fair pricing. I live in Canada, and it appears to be one of the most expensive countries for Strava users, despite being the same app / platform.

I don't use premium features and have only been subscribed over the years because I wanted to support this platform whose base features I enjoyed. Overall the price increase is unlikely to determine whether I renew or not, but the fact that I am charged more for the country I am in will weigh into that decision.


In addition to costing more, basically none of the "subscriber perks" coupons that strava offer even work in this country.

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We see there has been a lot of discussion on this topic and want to thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with us. Operating a global business can mean athlete experiences may differ in some ways. In the case of pricing, we took into account that what might seem affordable in one country could feel very cheap or very expensive to someone in another country. 

As for your comment about Subscriber Perks, you can find information on the availability of Subscriber Perks at If a perk is not working as expected, then please submit a support ticket and our team can investigate further. 


I just cancelled a month ago due to unfair country differences and unreasonable price (Australia is $99). currently thinking about it... current PRICING DIFFERENCES by COUNTRY arent fair. The increases are huge. as dc rainmaker shows (online), different intra-euro pricing isnt even legal. As for the (above) Strava official/PR explanation that its about how an amount feels in a country is plain wrong. The "feeling"is quantifiable called purchasing power.  To fairly compare it across countries - There is a fair formula for that." Purchasing power parity (PPP). "Purchasing power parities (PPPs) are the rates of currency conversion that try to equalise the purchasing power of different currencies, by eliminating the differences in price levels between countries." 
fairness might be better achived and demonstrtated using ther OECD conversation tables (or similar)