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What is the better monetary purchase value and/or did Ludia mess up?

Disclaimer:. This conversation is for the people who spend more money on this game than most, so I understand if this topic is not for everyone.
Currently, we have some post Halloween purchase options.
For $99.99 USD you can buy
35,000 coin 15000 Hard Cash 750000 coin (not sure why two coin values)
You also get 927 Epic DNA consisting of 50% of Allosaurus Gen 2 or Indominus Rex Gen 2
1544 Rare dna with 33% chance of Suchotator, T-Rex Gen 2, Kelenken
15145 common DNA with 33% chance of Tarbosaurus, Velociraptor, and Tanycolygreus.
Maxumim purchase 2.

For $49.99 USD you can buy

35,000 coin 7000 Hard Cash 250000 coin (again not sure why two coin values)
You also get 927 Epic DNA consisting of 50% of Allosaurus Gen 2 or Indominus Rex Gen 2
1544 Rare dna with 33% chance of Suchotator, T-Rex Gen 2, Kelenken
15145 common DNA with 33% chance of Tarbosaurus, Velociraptor, and Tanycolygreus.
Maxumim purchase 2.

For $19.99 you can buy

15,000 coin 2600 Hard Cash 100000 coin
You also get 397 Epic DNA consisting of 50% of Allosaurus Gen 2 or Indominus Rex Gen 2
622 Rare dna with 33% chance of Suchotator, T-Rex Gen 2, Kelenken
6451 common DNA with 33% chance of Tarbosaurus, Velociraptor, and Tanycolygreus.
Maxumim purchase 2.

For a person desperate for coin, is the 99.99 purchase the best value? I can’t tell. Coin is so easy to get for a person who rides a bus or can drive to locations. But the value versus the 49.99 is 137% better.

So let’s understand our customer for a second. If you bought this stuff before, you are most likely loaded with coin, and coin means little.

So when you take coin out of the picture what is the best value?
The two 49.99 ones give twice the DNA 200% then the 99.99 one but only 1000 less hard cash. 93.33% Coin return is 68.5% of the 99.99 value.

The 19.99 multiplied by 2.5 gives us (equating to 49,99)
37500 coin 6500 Hard Cash 250000 coin
You also get 992 Epic DNA consisting of 50% of Allosaurus Gen 2 or Indominus Rex Gen 2
1555 Rare dna with 33% chance of Suchotator, T-Rex Gen 2, Kelenken
16128 common DNA with 33% chance of Tarbosaurus, Velociraptor, and Tanycolygreus.

So the 19.99 compared to the 49.99 one gives the best DNA value 108%, and is only slightly less in value 93% in hard cash 6500 versus 7000. It also gives slightly more coin. 101%.

I don’t think Ludia understands their customers
Usually, when you sell something to incentivize somebody, you have a clear demonstrative value for a larger purchase. This seems muddled.
From a person loaded with coin, the 99.99 purchase does not look like the best value.

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The 49.99 is the better value but instead of any of those you should wait a month for black Friday

Here is a breakdown of the “value” of coins and HC compared to purchasing the $99.99 USD HC package and using that HC to purchase the large coin package. Buying in bulk at regular prices. The DNA is up to you what its actual ‘value’ is.

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In the $99.99 offer you are basically purchasing 15000 HC at regular price in the store and getting everything else at no cost.

In the $49.99 package you are getting $46.66 ‘worth’ of HC at bulk price.

For HC only, the small offer is the worst deal as 2600 HC in bulk will cost $17.33. If you ONLY buy the 2600 HC in the store package it costs $19.99.

Read back through your post. If you are looking for DNA, the $49.99 package will give you the most for your investment. You get twice what is in the $99,99 package.

The most “inexpensive” DNA cost is in the $19,99 package. You are paying the least amount of money per actual DNA received. You are going to get much less of it though.

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Do you have sheets like this just scattered around? Happy you posted them as the original topic had me all confused :pray: yours matches my (very basically skilled) math :wink:

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I had a template for the first ones. I use them to figure out what offers are best. Used them to figure out the level up packages too.

The other ones I make as I find need.

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