Super Safi’s Stats & Strategy Special: The Price of Land

Salutations Senors, Senoras, Senoritas, Statisticians & Strategists,

(Today’s post is sponsored by the letter ‘S’)

Hi, I’m Super Safi and you may remember me from such stats and strategy posts as KEM Farming and the advanced losing-to-win Superheroes battle strategy.

What better way to spend your time than talking math. So from time-to-time, I’ll come to you with a post that delves into the wonderful world of numbers, stats, and/or strategies.

Today we look at the price of land:

Update 07OCT2017 (to include land added during THOH XXVIII event)

In order to make the images best fit, I have the prices laid out as though you are holding your devices tilted counter-clockwise. That is to say that the ocean on the left of your game will appear at the bottom of the pricing images I have created. Likewise, the mountains on the top of your game will be to the left of the pricing images.

I have separated the main Springfield prices, from those of Springfield Heights, and Krustyland. This post will routinely be updated to reflect new land.

Springfield:

(Click to enlarge)

Total price of land $167, 536,390.

Springfield Heights:

 

Krustyland:

Have you unlocked all the land tiles? Will you wait for prices to drop? Do you want more land in Springfield, Springfield Heights, or Krustyland? What stats or strategy related topic would you liked discussed? Share your thoughts. You know we love hearing from you.

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118 responses to “Super Safi’s Stats & Strategy Special: The Price of Land

  1. A great post that I check back in on occasionally. I have a lot of land still available to purchase – probably in the vicinity of 100 squares as several of my strips are uneven – but I am in no rush as my town and its satellites fit and I’d rather use cash for farming and road to riches.
    I wouldn’t mind some more land opening up on the Heights side of the mountain range. That area is where I have my farm and all the random items that earn cash or bump up my multiplier, but that don’t otherwise fit in town. It’s getting pretty crowded over there!

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  2. Makes me sad that I have all the land in Krustyland purchased along with all the land in Springfield gone. Awaiting more.

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