# How to Calculate Your Bonus Multiplier the Easy Way

Hey Tappers!

One of the best ways to earn cash quickly in TSTO is by buying premium items and keeping your Conform-O-Meter (this starts on the bottom of your screen) high, in doing both of these you’ll earn valuable bonus points which helps the maximize your cash and XP for every rent you collect or task a character completes.  The conformity bonus is a maximum of 5%, so it’s easy to see, but if you have premium decorations in your town, it can be quite difficult to figure out what the bonus impact is–unless of course you love of numbers and calculation!  So you may be wondering,  ‘is there an easy way to work out what my current bonus multiplier is with out all the crazy math?’

If you’re not a math wiz, you’re in luck because there is a way to simply calculate your bonus rate.  The easiest way to do this is to pay attention when you collect your rent at the Gulp ‘n’ Blow. Since the Gulp ‘n’ Blow is the one building in Springfield that earns exactly \$100, with out the bonus of course, anything you earn above that is your bonus multiplier.  Example:  You collect \$157 at your Gulp ‘n’ Blow, that’s \$57 more than the \$100 it normally would earn so your bonus multiplier is 57%.

Now that you know how to easily calculate your bonus multiplier, what is your bonus percentage?

Happy Tapping!

### 12 responses to “How to Calculate Your Bonus Multiplier the Easy Way”

1. GnvG8r

Great news, Tappers!

With the Stonecutter update, you can now see your multiplier in in the conformity window (which is really useful for a math challenged dummy like me.)

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2. eric

323% thanks for the tip..

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3. \$525? My multiplier is 525%?

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4. Steve

Does anyone have a list of every item that contributes to your bonus multiplier and the amount it contributes?

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• They’re listed in our Premium Guide section under the decorations, but it’s separated by decoration. We’re actually working on a complete master list to be up soon :)

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5. Tim

Just in case you don’t want to wait, you can do B=(R-L)/100 where B is your bonus, R is the actual amount earned, and L is the listed amount. (Yes I’m a nerd..so what?)

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6. Matthew Warner

I was finally able to buy new land (after about a year, a row on the bottom) , every now and then I check to see ; after adding some of my premium items to this new area and they no longer we’re calculated into my bonus percentage.

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• I will have to look into this and get back to you.

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7. Matthew Warner

The snake speakers use to give a percentage … I’m thinking 2 percent … Now they only improve your vanity … My Simpsons has taken a big percentage hit lately … Has anything else been changed ???. They’re taking donuts off the table here, I’m unlikely to buy any more premium stuff if this isn’t fixed.

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• I will look into this and get back to you. Need to verify a few things in the files. :)

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8. For a more accurate calculation, count the \$ from a pure premium character 24h (\$1000) to get the extra .digits :-)

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