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Buy a voucher or pay directly at prometric using credit card?

 
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Hi,

I checked the exam price at prometric and it only costs $125. Then I tried searching for vouchers and most of them cost at around $250. My question is, why do we bother to buy for vouchers at a higher price if we can directly pay at prometric for a cheaper cost? Is there any advantage on buying a voucher? Thanks!
 
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Some institutions are still providing cheap vouchers (in India at least) so people buy them. Other than that there is no reason to buy a voucher when you can pay the prometric center directly...
 
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Guys buy from www.itcertify4less.com it is really a less price.

Yhanks
Murthy
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