2000 beta users get discount on final release?

Hello. Can't think of anyplace else to ask. I paid for the 200 beta program. Do I get a discount on the version to be released on Feb 17th and if I do, where do I go to get the discount?

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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
I just bought the Windows 2000 HOT kit where you get all 3 versions of NT 5 for $129 (RC2 Build) AND the final versions 4 to 6 weeks after the launch.  I believe if you are a CPP customer and have password access to their beta newsgroups, you also qualify for a free version.  Never heard of the 200 beta program though.
No, you don't get a discount.  

For what you paid in the BETA program, you get what you got, the W2K BETA.  

If you never received the BETA, however, I'd complain and at least get my money back.

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