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Too poor on 100K? Here is a follow-up to my last finance article – which I saw in March and wrote the post during my maternity leave. Remember Mr. 350K? Here is Mrs. 100K and her complaints about feeling broke. Why have I chosen to highlight this woman’s post? Because their basic financial.

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Too poor on 100K? Here is a follow-up to my last finance article – which I saw in March and wrote the post during my maternity leave. Remember Mr. 350K? Here is Mrs. 100K and her complaints about feeling broke. Why have I chosen to highlight this woman’s post? Because their basic financial situation is very similar to what we use my salary for.

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Pack weight is secret. Will never be known unless there’ll be laws regarding ingame gambling. Best value for money is still the 50k/100k packs. Most rare players you get per dollar/coin spent. Anything below that is basically a waste (considering you think it’s worth it to spend IRL money on packs). And no, they’re definitely not totally random.

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