|Deluxe Festival Bundle|
|"Contains 6 of the possible rewards:"|
|Price||888 ( 148 per trial)|
|Drop rates|| Pro Kit Boxes: 66.67 %|
Tokens: 16.67 %
Credits: 16.67 %
(only during the Fast-Lane Festival)
|Period||Jun 1, 2019 – Jun 8, 2019|
|Sample size|| 32 trials (4 boxes)|
Critical: Sample size < 200
The internal structure of the Deluxe Festival Bundle has been taken over from the Deluxe Snowflurry Bundle, except for different numbers of granted cards.
Other possible rewards:
- 2 Four-Stroke, i4, i5, V6, V8, V-Twin, Electric, Forced Four-Stroke, High-Grade, Hybrid, Serial Racing, Custom Racing, Exceptional, F6, F12, Forced-Induction V8, i6, Legendary Electric, Rotary, V10, V12, V16 or W16 Engines
- 2 Advanced or Pro Tech
Like the Snowflurry version, the box does not grant V12 MPI Engines, and it also does not grant the new i3 Engines introduced with the Fast Lane Update.
Bundles generally can't be stored in a player's pending boxes list because they open up immediately when they are bought. But as all their content comes in specific sub-boxes, players are advised to have their inventory full when buying bundles so the sub-boxes get into the pending boxes list. This way a player can later open single-item boxes very precisely for the purpose needed.
Every bundle contains exactly 1 pair of cards from each of the following 4 groups:
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This rule means that a player
- has a guarantee to get 1 pair of bike engine or tech cards per box, but
- cannot get more than 1 pair of a card per box.
| The statistical data on this page is part of WikiProject Statistics.
It contains original research which may be incomplete, incorrect or biased.