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How long is the voucher validity period?

 
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I have been browsing this forum for quite some time and i can't understand what is the SCBCD voucher validity period.
 
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usually all vouchers are valid for 1 year from sell date (sometimes you can buy vouchers with shorter validity time - but usually they are cheaper)
 
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Also, you can use it for any other Sun exams as long as the other exam has the same price as the voucher
 
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I'm not sure about that.
I've bought SCBCD voucher, and it's not for exam prefix (so exam price), but for fixed exam number (my SJCP voucher was only for "prefix").
I think that SUN have changed rules, but I'm not 100% sure about that.
 
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