3 months ago ::
Mar 04, 2013 - 8:43AM
Mar 26, 2004
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Prizes aren't a tool to make money for players, even if some people treat them that way. What they are is a price discount that only applies if the customer chooses to play more. This is solid thinking on Wizard's part. Cutting prizes reduces the incentive to play more. This seems like poor thinking on Wizards part.
Aren't you forgetting about the whole redemption/cash out thing? I think some players turn their DOs back into Euro, this reducing their cost of playing. It's getting harder and less profitable all the time, but at least in principle, it can be done.
Unless you were thinking about taking out more Euro than you put in in the first place? Because that is practically imposiible.
I'm not sure what you're responding to.
Sorry for the late response, I was away for a week.
I was responding to the part I bolded above. In principle, you can cash out the prizes you receive for playing without choosing to play more.
50. Doesn't hurt. Yet.