Generally speaking, Instant Offer has been set up for lump sum deals specifically, and this is usually what the licensors using this functionality want - in order to process deals in as efficient a manner as possible for all sides. However, the decision on the contents of the agreement and the nature of the deals are at the seller's discretion, of course. You can ask for changes to the contract if the licensor has activated a review step - meaning he gets to review your request - as you can then communicate with him through the platform. If the licensor chose to completely automate a deal then you cannot negotiate.
Articles in this section
- A price has been generated for me – can I negotiate this price?
- A price has been generated for me – can I request an advance and royalties contract?
- Can I make an offer if I do not know the date of release?
- Can I negotiate the price of an Instant Offer offer?
- How do I buy rights using Instant Offer?
- How do I sign a contract?
- How do I view the publisher's response to my offer?
- What do I do if the rightsholder does not respond to my request?
- What do the different Offer Status mean?
- What is Instant Offer?