Feel The Might (Senan, Underwild Coins, W3K Coins)
300x Underwild Coins
300x Three Kingdom Coins
Synopsis A slightly plus offer on its face. However, buying x2 of these gives you 22 pulls for $30 which is more expensive than the average $1 per pull the “Feel The Whatever” deals offer, making this a subpar offer.
Synopsis Per @Sir_Crapsalot, this is a legacy offer that comes first Saturday every month. The usual offer is 2000 gems except in January when it’s 3000 gems. Although this is a plus value offer in terms of items, you’re better off purchasing deals that cost $1 or less per pull because purchasing gems for pulls will increase your pull cost to $1.50 per draw.
Synopsis A plus value offer counting loot tickets and WE flask, fair otherwise. SGG is clearly able to pass some of the savings from not having to pay to Google/Apple stores as the usual $30 offers come with 3K gems and 10 coins plus battle items or 1x WE flask. Here you get some extra gems and some more WE flasks plus loot tickets.
Synopsis It appears that we have the standard D5 offer first, or perhaps the upcoming offers are also changing. No matter how you look at it, the offer is still lacking. The game value per real dollar is lower, but it’s also expensive to pull, costing $1.40 each.
125x Tower Coins
Synopsis D2 offer is back to previous offer. It’s a subpar offer even including the ETT.
300x Tower Coins
10x Battle Items
Synopsis D3 is again in line with previous rotation (see link above) and is a disappointing one. Even more so than D1 because spending $30 here gives you 1 less pull.
300x Tower Coins
Synopsis D4 is also in line with previous rotations. This is the original $1 per pull offer for Ninja towers and is a slightly plus value offer.
1000x Tower Coins
30x Battle Items
Synopsis Marketing creativity at its best - why bother with a new offer when you can rotate the same offer!
Synopsis The previous Tower coins only offer was a subpar one but this offer brings the $1 per pull offers to Tower coins. A plus value offer and like always, good way to stock up on Nashgars and Dawas for the low price of $1!
Synopsis A plus value offer if you look at game value per real dollar. Purchasing x2 gives you 10 + 6 + 6 = 22 pulls, bringing the cost of pulls to $1.36, which is a bit expensive. This would have been an incredible deal if there were 500 or 600 coins. Additionally, since you would receive 3400 gems, you could pull 10 times at the more recent, pricey 3400 portals.
Synopsis The trend of making the offers more “bite-size” continues with this one, which is a toned-down version of earlier, 15 coin offers. You can purchase four of these, which will give you a maximum of 20 pulls as opposed to 30 pulls with the prior offers. It’s a plus value offer with $1 per pull and no gems or battle item tax, but the lack of quantity is somewhat discouraging.
Synopsis This offer doesn’t seem reasonable from a practical standpoint, given the scarcity of heroes in the lunar (seasonal) portal and the appalling drop rate. Regardless, this is a standard seasonal offer and it’s a plus value offer as you get more game dollars per real dollars. May Dawa bless you in your pulls!
Synopsis Zynga is shaking things up by deviating from standard packages. A fair offer including the AM. However, 3AMs are easily obtainable via gameplay, so you shouldn’t be paying for them unless in a pinch. Discounting the AM, this is a subpar offer.
200x Dunes Coins
5x Titan Flask
1x Reset Token
Synopsis This offer now uses Dunes coins rather than ETTs, which, incidentally, reduces the game value by $1. Normally, $100 offers aren’t very good, but this one is even worse.
Synopsis Again, a departure from ETTs to Legends’ coins, making this offer a subpar one. Not to mention that the featured heroes in Legends’ portal are unimpressive, which only serves to make the coins less desirable.
Synopsis A rare $100 offer that is plus value offer. Despite the weak legends coins, this is still a plus value offer and the first challenge coin “bulk buy” offer, featuring a whopping 50 pulls! All in all, you get 110 pulls for $100 which brings down each pull to $0.90.This is a whale carrot indeed but not a rotten one!