Sparky’s Fireworks Limited Time Building (LTB) – Payout and Update Costs

It’s time for a new LTB and to celebrate the 4th of July we have Sparky’s Fireworks. It’s a big building with a big cost. This bad boy will take $150 million if you want to add it to your collection. From there you’re going to have to pony up some serious cash. The payout becomes fairly decent at Level 6, but the cost is pretty damn high. The only redeeming quality is the 8hr payout cycle, but that can also be a curse. This building just screams "Rob me!" This building will most certainly get robbed in the wee hours of the night.

The total cost of upgrading is $37 billion with no mods. Good Lord! Best case it’ll cost you $18 billion. For that investment you might get $52 million per day. That’s not bad, but it’ll take you years to get your money back out of this building. So, is it worth it? To be honest, no. I admit, I have one upgrading as we speak, but Level 4 is the end of the road for this. It’s way too damn expensive for what you get. My hood has plenty of other buildings that can use upgrades rather than this thing.

Good luck to those who have the cash to go the distance with this one!

Level Cost Payout Hours
1 $150,000,000 $653,595 24
2 $250,500,000 $1,307,190 30
3 $418,335,000 $2,287,583 36
4 $698,619,450 $3,594,773 42
5 $1,166,694,482 $5,228,760 48
6 $1,948,379,785 $7,189,545 54
7 $3,253,794,240 $9,477,128 60
8 $5,433,836,380 $12,091,508 66
9 $9,074,506,755 $15,032,685 72
10 $15,154,426,280 $19,607,850 78
Total Cost  $      37,549,092,372    

 

Level Payout +35% Upgrade -30% Upgrade -51%
1 $882,353    
2 $1,764,707 $175,350,000 $122,745,000
3 $3,088,237 $292,834,500 $204,984,150
4 $4,852,944 $489,033,615 $342,323,531
5 $7,058,826 $816,686,137 $571,680,296
6 $9,705,886 $1,363,865,850 $954,706,095
7 $12,794,123 $2,277,655,968 $1,594,359,178
8 $16,323,536 $3,803,685,466 $2,662,579,826
9 $20,294,125 $6,352,154,729 $4,446,508,310
10 $26,470,598 $10,608,098,396 $7,425,668,877
Total Cost   $26,179,364,660 $18,325,555,262

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