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Other than the fact that there really is no need to? :lol:

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  • tilycoclem
    272 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    :lol:
  • jackmack010
    365 posts Member
    edited March 2015

    You know, when you ask a legitimate question there's always a couple of bozos in the crowd that spout off opinions rather than answer the stated question…. :lol:
    Post edited by Unknown User on
  • djcenturio629
    101 posts
    edited March 2015

    You know, when you ask a legitimate question there's always a couple of bozos in the crowd that spout off opinions rather than answer the stated question….

    +1 :thumbup:
  • johncolombo
    11529 posts Senior Moderator
    edited March 2015
    what issues are you having with it, and I concur it wasn't really necessary at least that I ever could tell.
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  • jukan00
    2320 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    Not tryna throw fuel on the fire but I am at 100,000 pies almost without speeding anything up and I didn't buy it.
    My tapping finger is well fit though.
  • jackmack010
    365 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    jukan00 wrote:
    Not tryna throw fuel on the fire but I am at 100,000 pies almost without speeding anything up and I didn't buy it.
    My tapping finger is well fit though.

    Yeah me too……

    But I bought it in hopes of spending less time on the game cause time is much more important to me than the small amount of cash outlay it cost…………

    Contacted EA several days ago in regards to it not showing up and as of this point still have not heard back or received a refund on my donuts.
  • roshigoth1
    1601 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    jukan00 wrote:
    Not tryna throw fuel on the fire but I am at 100,000 pies almost without speeding anything up and I didn't buy it.
    My tapping finger is well fit though.

    Yeah me too……

    But I bought it in hopes of spending less time on the game cause time is much more important to me than the small amount of cash outlay it cost…………

    Contacted EA several days ago in regards to it not showing up and as of this point still have not heard back or received a refund on my donuts.

    What do you mean "not showing up"? It's not a physical item. It just gives you double the event currency from tapping criminals in friends' towns. Which doesn't really add up to all that much.
  • TT_Degnan
    471 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    jukan00 wrote:
    Not tryna throw fuel on the fire but I am at 100,000 pies almost without speeding anything up and I didn't buy it.
    My tapping finger is well fit though.

    Yeah me too……

    But I bought it in hopes of spending less time on the game cause time is much more important to me than the small amount of cash outlay it cost…………

    Contacted EA several days ago in regards to it not showing up and as of this point still have not heard back or received a refund on my donuts.

    Aha - NOW your question makes a lot more sense :lol:


    And yes, if you're finding that that donut outlay for it out balances the time it's taking you to collect the extra 270 pies per day you'd gain from your 30 friend visits (at about 10 mins per day), then it makes for a viable purchase.

    Although if your aim is to spend less time playing, your criminal 'bank' would probably hold the extra 18 you'd need to tap in your SF.


    But anyway, if your issue is with the fact that you bought it, and your 30 neighbour taps aren't giving 6 per tap instead of 3, then yes, you've done the correct thing in contacting ea, and I hope they resolve it for you soon.
  • annettemarc
    7747 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    Well, the card is 90 donuts. 132 donuts = $10 ... Since I end up with 42 donuts left over, the 90 donuts actually only cost me $7.00 ...

    The event is 40 days long. At 10 minutes per day, that's 400 minutes (6.5 hours)

    Is my life worth more than about $1 per hour?

    You betcha' :)


    USA/UK Race To Throw Country Into Utter Chaos = TOO CLOSE TO CALL
  • TT_Degnan
    471 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    Is this the stage where I go with "darn, foiled by maths!"? :lol:
  • jackmack010
    365 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    Well, the card is 90 donuts. 132 donuts = $10 ... Since I end up with 42 donuts left over, the 90 donuts actually only cost me $7.00 ...

    The event is 40 days long. At 10 minutes per day, that's 400 minutes (6.5 hours)

    Is my life worth more than about $1 per hour?

    You betcha' :)


    This has been discussed in detail in a prior thread……….see below. Some just did not understand the logic behind the purchase so I went into detail…….

    Maybe they caught on…….. Maybe They didn't.





    The more I think about it --

    ---- Putting it in terms of the monetary outlay of funds I spent on the 90 donuts the Card cost me might make more sense to some of you blokes hedging on cracking the old wallet.


    Gil's sale…. 3120 donuts for $100 = $.032 / donut or 31.2 donuts / dollar

    Last time bought donuts I used a $100 iTunes gift card I bought on eBay for $75

    which gave me 2400 donuts for $75 = $.031 / donut or 32 donuts / dollar.

    I usually only buy donuts in boatload quantities simply due to the price break.

    If you look at in terms of $ cost of items, something costing 90 donuts is really costing about

    $2.88. ……. and that's about the cost of a pint at my favorite local pub.

    So compare that capital outlay of $2.88 to the minimum hourly wage most of you are earning and that comes out to a cost of approximately 24 minutes of time worked…. GEEES


    Then again you might not realize that if you save 15 minutes a day in neighbor visits it would pay for itself …………… IN 2DAYS!


  • JimJ321
    4206 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    Dollar Dollar Bill Y'all!
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