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Prims available per total SQM?


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Hallo, ShortCake

 

Obviously, as a premium member, the first 517m parcel incurs no tier fee costs, but any amount owned above this, while it will give you a higher prim allowance, will also put you into the next tier fee bracket.

I think you'll find the information in the official Second Life Knowledge Base very enlightening. 

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Managing-your-parcel/ta-p/700113

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The basic factor is 117 prims per every 512 square meters, or .2285 prims per square meter. There are a limited number of Mainland areas with a higher prim-per-buyable-square meter allowance because those regions have a lot of unused Linden protected land and they were set up with a special load factor but those areas are rare and expensive.

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