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    Community Member whereispowderedsilve's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
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    Default More so DDO Market feedback not DDO store(I thought best 2 put here tho)

    More so DDO Market feedback not DDO store(I thought best 2 put it here though)

    I think this has been asked/requested before but could it be at all possible to consider getting lesser point bundles

    to purchase on the DDO Market?

    The cheapest bundle is $19.50 for 1,550 points. We have a situation where my buddy has 345 points but needs 600

    to purchase the U16 High Roads pack on special/sale for 20% this weekend.

    Now before you say grind it out, he has all toons on all servers so only gets 25TP for each 100 favor

    So yes we could do that but very very grindy *imo*.

    If there was a cheaper points bundle option(like in the DDO Store: 500 points for $7.99 that would work out quite well *imo*.

    So please don't troll or criticize if you do please explain why you don't think it is a good idea! Much Thanks in advance! Cheers!

    Also he is underaged so no c/c, also no cash(or could get a ddo points card) he spent it all on his girlfriend(he has his priorities in order! ). Sign this!!!:

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    Apr 2010


    It exists... 500 pts + 200 bonus for 7.99...

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    Aug 2012


    I think there's a scaling problem in that per-transaction costs start making small numbers unsustainable. But I do think it wouldn't hurt to have smallish bundles.

    Or, say, a thing where you can buy a larger bundle, but instead of getting points, you get 4 separate codes you can hand out.
    Yes, that seebs.
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