Blotto’s Bar and Grill Limited Time Building (LTB) Payout and Upgrade Cost – Crime City

The Downtown and Dirty LTQ is here and with it comes the Blotto’s Bar and Grill Limited Time Building (LTB). This a low cost building so everyone has a chance of upping their IPH just a little. I’m sure all the "Mini’s" out there can use this one to increase their cash flow. It won’t do much for me, but I’ll build it all the same simply because I collect these things.

If you take this one all the way it’ll cost you $2.2 Billion with a return of $1.7 Million every 12 hours. You’ll also pick up the Midnight Special with an Attack of 20689 and Defense of 25286 with just a hint of +1% Melee Defense. It’s not really a good investment to be honest. Most low income players can build it, but they won’t be able to get too far with upgrades. Those of us with plenty of cash can upgrade it all the way, but that’s a ton of money to spend for the prize. And quite honestly you’re going to have to spend gold to complete it, so you have to decide if building and upgrading this new building is worth it, or if it’s better to work on other LTBs like the Pagoda, the Teahouse, or the Fine Jewels store.

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As usual, I’ll go a couple levels, build the second one, take that a couple of levels and then work on some of my other higher income buildings. I won’t be paying too much attention to this one, the cost and prizes aren’t really going to help me.

Blotto’s Bar and Grill LTB, base Income and Payout
(based on the following figures)

Level Cost Income Hours
1 $9,000,000 58,366 24
2 $15,030,000 116,732 30
3 $25,100,100 204,281 36
4 $41,917,167 321,013 42
5 $70,001,670 466,928 48
6 $116,902,787 642,026 54
7 $195,227,654 846,307 60
8 $326,030,188 1,079,771 66
9 $544,470,405 1,342,418 72
10 $909,265,577 1,750,980 78
Total $2,252,945,548.00    

Blotto’s Bar and Grill LTB, Payout and Upgrade Costs with Modifiers 

Payout +35% Upgrade -30% Upgrade -51%
$78,794    
$157,588 $10,521,000 $7,364,700
$275,779 $17,570,070 $12,299,049
$433,368 $29,342,017 $20,539,412
$630,353 $49,001,169 $34,300,818
$866,735 $81,831,951 $57,282,366
$1,142,514 $136,659,358 $95,661,550
$1,457,691 $228,221,132 $159,754,792
$1,812,264 $381,129,284 $266,790,498
$2,363,823 $636,485,904 $445,540,133
Total $1,570,761,884 $1,099,533,319

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