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Thread: Advance + Royalties v. No Advance + HIGHER Royalties

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    Quote Originally Posted by csmalerich View Post
    It's on net sales. Which I'm reading I should try to negotiate to list price, eh?
    if you think it's likely this is the only offer you will receive, tbh I would counter by asking for more upfront instead. I buy distribution rights for films in my day job and whatever advance we offer initially, there is usually at least some wiggle room as we are prepared to pay a bit higher. I suspect this is similar for publishers. It would be odd to start with the highest possible bid unless the rights holder is already close to signing with someone else.
    Last edited by PostHuman; 06-22-2019 at 10:25 AM.

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