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I'm planning a research that includes couple Ikonos, QuickBird and GeoEye digital images.

Until now, I have had no luck getting answer from the official website of Landinfo.

Is there any other way to order this imagery, and is there a minimum order price (e.g. minimum $300)?

I also cannot see any 'Buy Now' options on their website.

Are the orders strictly via e-mail?

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    The pricing info is here: landinfo.com/satellite-imagery-pricing.html. Are you using the search application on the landinfo website in order to find archived imagery and purchase it? – Radar Jan 3 '17 at 19:02
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    @Radar thank you very much for the info. May I ask, have you also bought imagery that is not older than 90 days (meaning that it's not archived) using the search application? – birdybird03 Jan 3 '17 at 19:08
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    Good question - I have only acquired older imagery (>1 year usually) using the search application. – Radar Jan 3 '17 at 19:17
  • www.imagery.geocento.com can also be used to find and order imagery. Pricing options are also specified in the search results section! – tda Jan 4 '17 at 15:09
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As mentioned in the comment above, you find the pricing for you imagery you're searching for by navigating Buying Satellite Imagery: Pricing Information for High Resolution Satellite Imagery

The minimum is provided in the notes section.

Here is an example of high resolution archive pricing:

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    Excellent, I already explored the pricing list but in one moment I thought that orders are made strictly via email! Thank you both for clearing this one out. – birdybird03 Jan 3 '17 at 19:12

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