A DVD, from a separate private company, is extra.
I guess the cost to Basic Skills skaters is fairly reasonable - only $5 - $10 more than local low level ISI competitions, where the coaches volunteer to act as judges too, so there are no travel expenses for judges, and no IJS equipment to rent - and the ISI doesn't take a cut.
To the very serious competitors who spend a few hundred to a few thousand dollars per week on ice, coaches, and other professionals, taking lessons every day, and may spend a few hundred dollars in travel expenses to get and stay here, $150 may not seem a lot. But to ordinary local recreational skaters, and their parents, it is a lot. I guess it's just a part of our sport.
Perhaps one must also take into account that not every rink or club can conveniently host events with many competitors, because there aren't enough full size local ice surfaces.
When I mostly did outside sports - recreational hiking, paddling, skiing, etc. - I was puzzled when someone claimed that they were cheap, compared to some sports. After all, we spent hundreds of dollars per sport to get good equipment, and often spent $10 - $30 each per weekend on gas (gas was cheaper then). Skating has helped to explain how other sports might really be more expensive.