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Is it worth it?

Hey neighbour! I have 23 courts (plus the one I bought with donuts) and my multiplier has soared. Based on other discussions here, the courts should remain with a multiplier and perhaps just go back to costing donuts.

The grind has been difficult though - I've been neglecting the rail yard.

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  • Bueraner04
    98 posts
    edited September 2015
    I'm at 37 atm. Keeping the grind alive :D

    My top priority is the railyard. That leaves 3 characters for coffee producing whiich is the bottleneck for the tennis grind. Once I cleared this weeks railyard I should be able to boost my tennis output even further.
  • darrenholm736
    1277 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    The tennis courts in my SH build menu no longer show the multiplier after I updated to level 58. Do they still give out the multiplier then?
  • Bueraner04
    98 posts
    edited September 2015
    yes, the multiplier still applies
  • darrenholm736
    1277 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    Great news! I want to get enough to get my multiplier up to 250% then I'll stop placing them. I don't want my SF to be overrun with tennis courts.... :D
  • tapperino_forums
    542 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    0_yommmi wrote:
    Is it worth stockpiling on tennis courts? Will the multiplier stay? How big is your court farm? It seems so hard to keep recycling and trying to get SH currencies with lots of overlapping characters...

    For people who already have millions of in game cash then probably not worth the grind. For those at lower levels or haven't been playing long then it will make a big difference.

    Saying that, even with my new improved multiplier I am down to my last $22 this morning after shotkickers and a squidport tile more or less ate the lot.
  • MaxxSpider
    5465 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    i think they have to keep the multiplier as it was a premium item to begin with so they cant screw the people over that bought it for donuts.
    The only solution EA has it to make it a premium item again that you can only purchase with donuts.
  • petehd14
    2769 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    I don't think they will take the bonus away. I do think they will go back to costing 50 donuts each. Get them while you can.
  • 0_yommmi
    34 posts
    edited September 2015
    Alright, need to keep the grind going then. But while i thought many news vans and billboards don't look that good... 80 tennis courts... Simply look ugly... But the multiplier looks good.
  • pvrooden1024
    142 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    I created a few courts to make a tennis club (together with the Ziff indoor tenniscourts), but I don't see the point of having 30, multiplier or no.
  • FGEasiest
    17 posts
    edited September 2015
    You can Hilde them behind some of the bigger buildings. Have Around 30 courts behind buildings cause i also dont want to see them ;)
  • CLWggg
    182 posts Member
    edited September 2015
    I've now filled almost every spare inch of space in SH with tennis courts. When I get round to it, I'll probably remove the hidden roads between my rows of SH buildings and replace them with hidden tennis courts. It's a shame they have to be out of storage to earn the multiplier, but that's the way it goes...
  • Skydude252
    21 posts
    edited September 2015
    I noticed the multiplier was gone from the description, but noticed that it was still applying to the ones in my town. I thought there was a possibility that they would make another item that looked identical but didn't have the multiplier, so as not to screw people who bought them with donuts. I think I have enough awards to get a couple more, so now that I know they still give the multiplier, I will get a couple more.

    I'm guessing they will make them cost donuts again shortly. But until then, I will keep making them to drive my multiplier up. This is a godsend for a freemium player (though it is gutting my progress upgrading SH buildings).
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