PSA

SDS

SHOULD does not equal WANT

Everyone saying "we SHOULD be able to exchange locked in cards" is wrong.

Those people should be saying "we WANT to be able to exchange locked in cards."

Just because you want to and doesn't mean you should or deserve it. It was nice that SDS let us exchange the duplicate locked in cards, but they shouldn't allow us to exchange or quick sell the locked in cards.

SDS

@dap1234567890 said in PSA:

SHOULD does not equal WANT

Everyone saying "we SHOULD be able to exchange locked in cards" is wrong.

Those people should be saying "we WANT to be able to exchange locked in cards."

Just because you want to and doesn't mean you should or deserve it. It was nice that SDS let us exchange the duplicate locked in cards, but they shouldn't allow us to exchange or quick sell the locked in cards.

Why shouldn't we be allowed to exchange locked in cards?

SDS

I see we’ve found the second case of Consumer Masochism

SDS

Ramone! You never quit, do you?

SDS

@skepple15 said in PSA:

@dap1234567890 said in PSA:

SHOULD does not equal WANT

Everyone saying "we SHOULD be able to exchange locked in cards" is wrong.

Those people should be saying "we WANT to be able to exchange locked in cards."

Just because you want to and doesn't mean you should or deserve it. It was nice that SDS let us exchange the duplicate locked in cards, but they shouldn't allow us to exchange or quick sell the locked in cards.

Why shouldn't we be allowed to exchange locked in cards?

Because when you lock in a card; you are 'keeping' that card.

I know it sounds like a money grab, but it isn't.

With the ability to QS and Exhange collected cards last year, it made the collection easy and cheap.

SDS is a business and businesses need to make money.

Heck, if I remember correctly, last year you could buy almost every silver for 100 stubs towards the end of the year.

You would then lock them into a collection, say the Collect 50 SP for the CAP program. You then would get the bonus stubs for completing that collection.

Then if you QS, or even exchanged, those Silvers, you would then either get back what you originally paid for them/points towards another card. So you were getting free rewards.

Look at how many people stated that they finished Honus by buying all the cards and quick selling them after they were locked in. Say you needed 100 Diamonds for Honus. If you got them all for 5k each, that's 500K. But tuen you QS them bavk and get that 500K back, so you got him for free.

And don't get me started on the POTM cards.

Everyone is blaming and yelling at SDS for stopping this. When actually you should be angry at rhe people that did this and blabbed about it. (Not saying it was something to do; if you could get away with it).

SDS

@skepple15 said in PSA:

@dap1234567890 said in PSA:

SHOULD does not equal WANT

Everyone saying "we SHOULD be able to exchange locked in cards" is wrong.

Those people should be saying "we WANT to be able to exchange locked in cards."

Just because you want to and doesn't mean you should or deserve it. It was nice that SDS let us exchange the duplicate locked in cards, but they shouldn't allow us to exchange or quick sell the locked in cards.

Why shouldn't we be allowed to exchange locked in cards?

The reason is actually pretty obvious. Locking a card for a collection is the cost of the collection reward. Being able to exchange that card once collected allows it to help you earn you a second reward.

SDS does not want you to be able to double dip on these cards.

Whether we agree with it or not that is the reason "why"

SDS

Quick sell I can understand, but there’s no reason you should not be able to exchange cards after collecting them