[Guide] Making a profit out of limited items (Events, Daily Bonus, etc.)

Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks' started by Mag, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Mag

    Mag Well-Known Member

    So today I thought of sharing my experience with profiting my dark pixies, and the best way to make a profit out of it.

    First thing first, you should start by trying to claim it, either by the shop, recipe or from the daily bonus. Start off by keeping it in a world, this somehow will stop you from selling it during the time of its availability. Then simply keep it in the world for more than a week, or months if it is a holiday item, wait until the item is no longer available.

    Its price will start to rise, and it will be more expensive day after day. Wait until it's on a good stable price, for an example, 60-70 World locks for the D Pixies. But don't wait too long, the price may drop.

    I bought dark pixies for 25 world locks and kept them in a world for two weeks, later on, I sold it for 70 world locks.

    Yet I can't promise you if it will grow or drop. so do it at your own risk!

    Good luck,
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2017
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    ROOTED Well-Known Member

    Nice guide :)
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  3. BloodWork

    BloodWork Well-Known Member

    Its already 70+
  4. Mag

    Mag Well-Known Member

    Thank you for the feedback! :)
    It is? wow. :eek:
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  5. Triangle

    Triangle Active Member

    I think this guide is very advanced, Not everyone has 30 wls. including me
  6. Mag

    Mag Well-Known Member

    I don't think so, everyone still can make a profit out of candy canes etc. if I am right!
  7. Triangle

    Triangle Active Member

    If you say so
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  8. Angler

    Angler Active Member

    You actually payed 25 for the d pixies, I remember because you told me to buy them for you.
  9. Mag

    Mag Well-Known Member

    Thank you for the reminder. I forgot, hehe, I'll change that right now!
  10. Angler

    Angler Active Member

    No worries.

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