The standard price is £1 GBP per point, you can get 70 points for £55 GBP, as it's discounted the more you buy. The less you pay per point.
If we sold points in any amounts, the price would be £1 GBP a point. So you'd pay £55 GBP for 55 points, this way you pay £55 GBP pounds and get 70 points.
Packages are set the way they are so we can discount points for people that buy more. Basicaly you buy more points you get them cheaper per point.
If we let people just choose the amount of points, we would have to have a flat fee per point. So you could indeed buy 55 points but it would be at the same price you now get 70 for.
Use the points you have left over to download the texturing tutorial.
LOL want to try being poor, work here for a couple of year
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