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stubbo66 #21 Posted 02 February 2018 - 11:36 AM

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Currently on offer...

 

SU85I, tier 5 TD. On sale for 3000 gold (£9.00 equivalent)

 

Bundle also contains

1 Garage Slot (250 gold - 0.75p)

3 Days Premium (650 gold - £1.95)

10 rare (presume Medium) Free XP Boosters (gold value - 120) £0.36

10 rare (presume Medium) Crew Boosters (gold value - 100 per booster) £0.30

10 rare (presume Medium) Combat Boosters (gold value - 240) £0.72

 

​Extras total value, £4.08, Tank value £6.42

 

Tier 5 premium tanks typically cost around 2400 gold (£7.20)

 

The bundle is offered as 20% off, and in describing the boosters as rare there is no transparency on whether these are small, medium or large (though it does appear to be medium from the cost calculations).



RynnivaTykki #22 Posted 02 February 2018 - 02:19 PM

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Thanks stubbo66 for the calculations.

 

I think that "rare" is the new term for the old "medium". See for yourself in your storage.



LordNibs9 #23 Posted 02 February 2018 - 06:26 PM

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View Poststubbo66, on 02 February 2018 - 11:20 AM, said:

New offer out today.....

 

Type 59 tier 8 Medium + Type 62 tier 7 light + Type 64 tier 6 light. On sale for £99.99

 

Bundle also contains

3 Garage Slots (750 gold - £2.25)

Dragon camo for Type 62 (Previously available for 1070 Gold or £3.21)

10,000 gold (£30)

30 Days Premium (2500 gold - £7.50)

 

​Extras total value, £42.96, Tank value (Type 62 + Type 64) £45.32 (see previous posts) so you will be getting the Type 64 for an additional £11.71

 

Tier 6 premium tanks normal cost around 3000 gold (£9)

 

So you might think the bundle would give you some heavy discounting, but alas not...you're paying full price for everything and paying for some serious padding in terms of gold on top of the tanks costs.

 

But at least you now know where your money is going.

 

If you're gonna sink £100 on the game, just buy 34k gold. It will get you much further. One could get 4 tier 8 premiums and have enough left over to buy them gold camos! Or, even better, don't buy any of this!
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stubbo66 #24 Posted 09 February 2018 - 05:26 PM

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New offer out today.....

 

Warhammer Predator + Vindicator Pack (Both tier VII). On sale for £54.99

 

Bundle also contains

2 Garage Slots (750 gold - £1.50)

Both Legendary Camos (Previously available for around 1070 Gold or £6.42)

3,000 gold (£9)

 

​Extras total value, £16.92, Tank value £38.07 (or about £19 each)

 

Tier 7 premium tanks normal cost around 4900 gold (£14.70) so these come pretty pricey, and they are big targets to boot.

 

​WG States in the text you are saving 19% on the bundle...which makes it look even less value for money against other tier 7 tanks. I don't think they have actually applied this discount if you look at the other bundle offers.

 

 



stubbo66 #25 Posted 09 February 2018 - 05:39 PM

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New offer out today.....

 

Warhammer Predator (A Steel Beast). On sale for £31.99

 

Bundle also contains

1 Garage Slots (250 gold - £0.75)

Both Legendary Camos (Previously available for around 1070 Gold or £3.21)

7 Days Premium (1250 gold - £3.75)

 

​Extras total value, £7.71, Tank value £24.28

 

Tier 7 premium tanks normal cost around 4900 gold (£14.70) so this comes pretty pricey, and is a big target to boot.

 

​WG States in the text you are saving 11% on the bundle...which makes it look even less value for money against other tier 7 tanks. I don't think they have actually applied this discount if you look at the other bundle offers.



stubbo66 #26 Posted 09 February 2018 - 05:40 PM

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New offer out today.....

 

Warhammer Vindicator(Humanity's Shield). On sale for £31.99

 

Bundle also contains

1 Garage Slots (250 gold - £0.75)

Both Legendary Camos (Previously available for around 1070 Gold or £3.21)

7 Days Premium (1250 gold - £3.75)

 

​Extras total value, £7.71, Tank value £24.28

 

Tier 7 premium tanks normal cost around 4900 gold (£14.70) so this comes pretty pricey, and is a big target to boot.

 

​WG States in the text you are saving 11% on the bundle...which makes it look even less value for money against other tier 7 tanks. I don't think they have actually applied this discount if you look at the other bundle offers.



stubbo66 #27 Posted 09 February 2018 - 05:45 PM

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New offer out today.....

 

Warhammer Vindicator(UM). On sale for £20.99

 

Bundle also contains

1 Garage Slots (250 gold - £0.75)

 

​Extras total value, £0.75, Tank value £20.24

 

Tier 7 premium tanks normal cost around 4900 gold (£14.70) so this comes pretty pricey, and is a big target to boot.

 

This is pretty interesting given what they are charging for the Humanity's shield bundle which they claim has 11% off. So let's work it back to find out the camo costs.

 

​£31.99 less premium time (3.75) and garage slot (0.75) and basic Vindicator (£20.24) means the camos are costing £7.24 for the pair)



talhaONE #28 Posted 09 February 2018 - 06:29 PM

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Warhammer tanks are crap anyway.Dont buy.




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