Chop Up Top Shop – Limited Time Building (LTB) Cost and Upgrade – Crime City

Time for a new Limited Time Building, this time it’s the Chop Up Top Shop. The initial price if $50 million with a payout of $500k every 18 hours. The price is pretty reasonable – at least to start. With the modifiers the cost is good up to Level 7. That billion dollar Level 8 upgrade might be a bit steep for Vinnie’s Boss Wrench – 22384/14922 +1% Melee Attack Bonus and $18 million in payout. The ROI will take some time on this one, but hey it’s not a building. I would put this in the middle of the road. Quite a bit better than some of the others like the Big Top Burlesque and the SL-ICE Rink, but not on the high end like the Pagoda or the West Side Gems. Onward and Upward.

Reward – Vinnie’s Boss Wrench – 22384/14922 +1% Melee Attack Bonus (Stackable)

Level Cost Payout Hours
1  $              60,000,000  $              608,200 24
2  $            100,200,000  $          1,216,400 30
3  $            167,334,000  $          2,128,700 36
4  $            279,447,780  $          3,345,100 42
5  $            466,677,792  $          4,865,600 48
6  $            779,351,914  $          6,690,200 54
7  $        1,301,517,696  $          8,818,900 60
8  $        2,173,534,552  $        11,251,700 66
9  $        3,629,802,702  $        13,988,600 72
10  $        6,061,770,512  $        18,246,000 78
Total Cost  $      15,019,636,948    

 

Payout +35% Upgrade -30% Upgrade -51%
$821,070    
$1,642,140 $70,140,000 $49,098,000
$2,873,745 $117,133,800 $81,993,660
$4,515,885 $195,613,446 $136,929,412
$6,568,560 $326,674,454 $228,672,118
$9,031,770 $545,546,340 $381,882,438
$11,905,515 $911,062,387 $637,743,671
$15,189,795 $1,521,474,186 $1,065,031,930
$18,884,610 $2,540,861,891 $1,778,603,324
$24,632,100 $4,243,239,358 $2,970,267,551
Total Cost $10,471,745,864 $7,330,222,105

Chop Up Top Shop by Assault and Flattery

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One Response to Chop Up Top Shop – Limited Time Building (LTB) Cost and Upgrade – Crime City

  • Don Pedro says:

    Well, I upgraded all the way to Level 8 and I think that’ll be enough for me. Spending almost $2 billion to increase the cash payout by $3 million isn’t worth it to me. I’ve decided to jump back and upgrade my 2nd Beachhouse a couple of levels. I think the 20k defense is more beneficial than 20k in attack. How’s everyone else doing? How far did you upgrade this rascal?

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