Price of ramm pets?

edited December 2017 in Help Requests
Whats the price of ramm pets nowadays?
Is level 19 ramm worth 800k?

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  • I am not really sure about the real price, but I saw Capitan Falcon was selling ram pet for about 950k or so...
  • edited December 2017
    Hrvat said:

    I am not really sure about the real price, but I saw Capitan Falcon was selling ram pet for about 950k or so...

    Joined forums 1:50pm. First comment 1:53pm hmmm
  • lucaaa795 said:

    I would rather see a lvl 49 ramm for 800k..
    A lvl 0 would be 600-650k
    Which means that a lvl 19 would be around 700k?

    right ^
  • lucaaa795 said:

    I would rather see a lvl 49 ramm for 3c
    A lvl 0 would be 1c
    Which means that a lvl 19 would be around 2c?

    Hmm I don’t think so
  • edited December 2017



    lucaaa795 said:

    I would rather see a lvl 49 ramm for 3c
    A lvl 0 would be 1c
    Which means that a lvl 19 would be around 2c?

    Hmm I don’t think so
    Wow so cheap o.o
  • Ram pets are very rare nowadays. People sell those for rediculous prices sometimes, because there sometimes isnt a comparison to another shop. These are usually priced between 450 - 850k
  • I'd say more like 600-850k
  • The price of the ramm is not changing much but the value of cubits is. The price was up at 1 million before ramm week, it dropped to 600K in fall and is rising again. A fixed price is hard to find with such an item as it depends a lot on who buys cubits when. I just sold mine for 700K but it was level 2 and level 0 is rarer.
  • CanItBeDoneCanItBeDone The Universe; The Milky Way Galaxy; The Solar System; Earth; North AmericaMember

    The price of the ramm is not changing much but the value of cubits is. The price was up at 1 million before ramm week, it dropped to 600K in fall and is rising again. A fixed price is hard to find with such an item as it depends a lot on who buys cubits when. I just sold mine for 700K but it was level 2 and level 0 is rarer.

    Not sure how cubit can change value o-o
  • It has to do with the quantity in circulation. Typically Christmas means a lot more cubits are bought with Christmas money. Then there are the same amount of items people want but a lot more cubits making cubits less valuable.
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