My fear will come true, I expressed just twelve hours on December 8, 2021, at 8:00 pm: The non-comprehensible inconsistent Pokéminzen prices for the lock mod box in Pokémon Go flaps seemingly also on the real money — prices for the Photo Tour in February 2022 over. Apparently, prices for the ticket depending on the shop or store regionally vary between 9.99 euros and 12.99 euros. WTF?! Again?!
Small tip for you on the edge: If you have different stores available to buy the ticket, then compares the prices!
Price for the lock module box: Do not you know exactly
A short recap for those who do not want to guess my article on the lock module box prices: Pokémon Go players have found that prices for the lock mod box vary in the shop of the game. They are between 350 and 700 poke coins. What the players are the most demanding that can not be understood why a higher or lower price is called.
I was already fearing the place that this could become a problem, namely, if these price variations relate to real money prices, such as community day tickets or just for large events like the Photo tour next February 2022.
Price for the Photo Tour: Do not know that exactly
Kittypokemonal of Pokémon Go Hub has noticed this price variation with two Pokémon Go son the same device, but downloaded from two different stores, namely Google Play and Samsung Store. The same account is used. In one app (Google Play) Kitty should pay 10.99 British pounds, in the other (Samsung Store) 11.99.
IOS users with which Kitty is known which, on the other hand, should be 9.99 British pound wages. Of myself, the people of Ni anti want to have 11.99 euros, on my two accounts via iOS (once Google Account, once Apple account).
A father from the Netherlands reports that he is to pay in his Pokémon Go from the Samsung Store 12.99 euros, his son with Pokémon Go from Google Play, however, 11.99 euros. Apparently, when buying the ticket to the Photo tour, Ni antic gives the different store fees unfiltered to the players. And the traps there, obviously… Weird out.
And again the conversion rates…
That’s already the canto tour and is back to the Photo tour : The rates, with which the original US dollar prices are converted in different countries, are absolutely intolerable depending on the local and regional location. At that time, it was such that, for example, players in Brazil had to work for the purchase of an event ticket due to lower minimum wings times, while we may invest in Central Europe just two hours.
Also, there seems to be problems with the conversions themselves. At Pokémon Go Hub, Player Meteorash15 from India reports that the conversion of $11.99 should be 904 INR, and not the 1,050 INR requested for the ticket.
Usually, the people of Ni antic only show prices in US dollars and remark (for example, in the case of Photo Tour): Tickets cost $11.99 (or the corresponding amount in your local currency, plus taxes and charges). The transparency that the creators of Pokémon Go have summoned only in the fall, but remains there on the track.
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