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Should i get rid of my Premium account & 1024 land and rent instead?


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That's really a personal decision.  The Premium land fee waiver is important to many people.  Others become Premium because they want access to

  • all categories of support cases
  • Live Chat
  • Premium (low griefer) sandboxes
  • Premium gifts
  • Premium hunts/quests
  • L$300/week stipend

It's up to you.

ETA:  I should probably also remind you that you can rent anywhere in SL as a Basic member.  You don't have to restrict yourself to renting on the mainland.  Rents can be higher in private estates, but that's not always true by any means.  Private estates can have more varied terrain and (sometimes) more supportive residential covenants that restrict commercial activity or signage. I do not allow either on my estate, for example, and don't allow ban lines either.

 

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That's really a personal decision.  The Premium land fee waiver is important to many people.  Others become Premium because they want access to

  • all categories of support cases
  • Live Chat
  • Premium (low griefer) sandboxes
  • Premium gifts
  • Premium hunts/quests
  • L$300/week stipend

It's up to you.

ETA:  I should probably also remind you that you can rent anywhere in SL as a Basic member.  You don't have to restrict yourself to renting on the mainland.  Rents can be higher in private estates, but that's not always true by any means.  Private estates can have more varied terrain and (sometimes) more supportive residential covenants that restrict commercial activity or signage. I do not allow either on my estate, for example, and don't allow ban lines either.

 

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As Rolig says, it's a personal decision.  It can be a tough one, too.  If your landlord is a good one, renting can be wonderful.  It's easy to leave, if you want to move.  No land to sell, no Premium dues to pay.  If your landlord is NOT good, though, it can be a terrible experience.  You could get kicked out for doing what seems (to you) like nothing at all.  Or for being a day late with the rent.  Or suddenly homeless, if the landlord goes out of business.

You can save a bit, if you decide to remain Premium, by choosing the annual plan at $72.00 per year.  Be sure this is what you want, though, because if you change your mind and want to downgrade before your year is up, you will not get a refund of unused time.

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