Is it unethical to not disclose the probability of obtaining the ship?
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Join Date: Dec 2007
12-09-2011, 12:06 AM
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It should also be noted that California law specifically bans grab-bags of baseball cards which have an unknown number of rare, desirable cards inserted into them (it is considered an illegal lottery).
Considering that the primary reason people are buying these gift packs is to get the ship, I think Cryptic has an obligation to inform its customers of the odds. That way, no one will feel cheated by anyone other than lady luck.
had some forum debate about this in another thread. Thanks for pointing that one out. Baseball cards are just very sparse outside of the US.
Yes, not giving the odds, is unethical. How would everybody feel if CBS told craptic to only get eg. 10 ships in game? Which are there now and they ll keep selling tickets until end of the event?