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Charity Corner

2019 Perk Shop Guide

This year's Charity Corner continued the Perk Shop, which is very similar to the boons that you may choose from if your team wins one of the biweekly Obelisk fights. Although unknown at this stage, it seems likely that this perk shop will close before the next Charity Corner starts, with any unused points being converted for the new shop.

Below is a guide to each of the perks, however much of how these perks will function will not be known until the perk shop actually opens for redemption at the end of the event.


Scratch Master

We are still waiting to hear a verified account of how this perk works. If you've activated this perk, please let us know what steps there were in the redemption and if the pages involved changed or indicated the perk bonus. Please submit this form: Let Us Know!

Description: Allows you to buy two scratchcards at once from any of the three Kiosks. Note: The Living with Less 'Scratch Master' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk.

Cost: 1,000 points

Duration: 1 week

Max Redemption: ?

Details: ?

Worth it? ?


Avatar Goldmine

Description: Increases the probability of winning certain random avatars. Make sure to check out the list of avatars available through this perk in the FAQs. This perk can be applied thrice.

This avatar will increase the probability of receiving the following avatars by 200%:

High Roller

High Roller / Guide

Land on the "blank square" space on the Wheel of Extravagance.

When activated, the 2019 Charity Corner perk, Avatar Goldmine, increases the chances of obtaining this avatar.

Released: May 13, 2011

Edna - Cackle!

Edna - Cackle! / Guide

Randomly awarded when you complete an Edna Quest that asks for three items.

When activated, the 2019 Charity Corner perk, Avatar Goldmine, increases the chances of obtaining this avatar.

Released: October 28, 2003

Lever of Doom

Lever of Doom / Guide

Random when having 100 NP stolen by the Lever of Doom.

When activated, the 2019 Charity Corner perk, Avatar Goldmine, increases the chances of obtaining this avatar.

Released: February 8, 2005

Snowager - Rawr!

Snowager - Rawr! / Guide

Random when getting blasted by the Snowager.

When activated, the 2019 Charity Corner perk, Avatar Goldmine, increases the chances of obtaining this avatar.

Released: December 8, 2004

Cost: 3,000 points (9,000 points total when redeemed 3x)

Duration: 14 days (42 days when redeemed 3x)

Max Redemption: 3

Details: Once redeemed, simply spin the Wheel of Extravagance, start an Edna Quest, visit the Snowager, and pull the Lever of Doom. Each attempt will have a better (but not guaranteed) chance of awarding the avatar.

Worth it? If you're an avatar collector and need 1 or more of the above avatars, then this is definitely worth it. You'll get the most out of this perk if you spin the Wheel of Extravagance once daily, complete 10 Edna quests daily, and visit the Snowager 1-3 times daily. The Lever of Doom avatar, obviously, can be attempted as many times as you're willing to part with 100 NP.

BEFORE REDEEMING: If you already have the Wheel of Extravagance avatar (but are redeeming Avatar Goldmine for the other 3 avatars), we recommend avoiding the Spinarolla perk (which offers a free Wheel of Extravagance spin). You will essentially waste your free spin if you land on the avatar space, which can happen even if you have the avatar.

Limited Edition

Description: Allows you to convert any one of your pets into a limited edition species of your choosing. This perk can be applied once.

Cost: 5,000 points

Max Redemption: 1

Details: The pet you choose will keep the same colour for the new species you select. If the colour of your original Neopet is not available for the new species you choose, then a random colour will be chosen. You can choose from one of the following species:

  • Chomby
  • Cybunny
  • Grundo
  • Hissi
  • Jetsam
  • Koi
  • Lutari
  • Poogle
  • Ruki
  • Tonu

Worth it? Check the price of morphing potions for the species you wish to convert to. In some cases, such as Poogles, it may be cheaper to use a morphing potion. Likewise, if you have Premium, this is available as a free perk (but for any species except Draiks and Krawks) once every 365 days. However, the real value from this perk comes from the fact that you get to keep the existing paint job for your pet. So, for example, a Desert Ogrin (which has a cheap morphing potion) converted to Lutari will become a Desert Lutari.

Heads up! If you choose to switch a Neopet whose colour does not exist for the new Neopet species (i.e. you convert a Biscuit Kougra into a Lutari—Biscuit Lutaris don't exist at time of writing), then a random colour will be chosen, and sometimes the colour does not exist for the Neopet. For example, a Lemon Lutari has been created with this perk, which effectively breaks your Neopet.

Oh, Blimey!

Description: Lets you place five more bets than usual at the Food Club, helping your chances of winning considerably!

Cost: 1,000 points

Duration: 1 week

Max Redemption: 4

Details: When redeemed, your daily Food Club bet limit will be raised to 15 individual bets (instead of the normal 10). There's no indication that this perk is active, you'll just get to keep placing bets until you hit 15 bets.

Worth it? Like the other Food Club related perk (Wanna Bet On It?), this is a double edged sword. If you choose to redeem this perk during a particularly unlucky week of Food Club with poor odds, you may end up losing quite a bit of money. However, with room to cover 5 more possible scenarios, this also has the potential for a high pay off. Before redeeming, we recommend having experience with Food Club so that you can make some thoughtful extra bets. This perk could also be very useful if you wish to do a run at the Food Club high score tables.


Fast and Furious

Description: Reduces the time taken to get your pet up to speed for battle by 25%. This perk will stack with the Training Fortune Cookie.

Cost: 1,000 points

Duration: 1 week

Max Redemption: ?

Details: When redeemed, the time it takes to train your Neopet at the Mystery Island Training School, Secret Ninja Training School, and Swashbuckling Academy will be reduced by 25%.

When stacking this perk with a Training Fortune Cookie, your 25% time discount will be applied after the fortune cookie's discount. For example, if the fortune cookie reduces training time by 50%, a 4 hour training course will be reduced to 2 hours with the cookie, and then 2 hours will be reduced by 25% to 1.5 hours with the perk.

Worth it? If you're currently training your Neopet at one of the three training schools, this perk will help you squeeze in a bit more training each day. It also stacks quite well with the Training Fortune Cookie.


Refreshed Quest Request

Description: Gives you the chance to abandon the current Faerie Quest and start a new one afresh. Note: The Living with Less 'Refreshed Quest Request' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk. Once bought, this perk can be used once and expires in 7 days.

Cost: 1,000 points

Duration: 7 days

Max Redemption: ?

Details: Once you activate this perk, you can "refresh" one single Faerie Quest within the 7 days that this perk is active. Unlike the Battleground of the Obelisk version, you may not refresh quests all throughout the 7 days.

Worth it? No, to be honest. Since this perk only allows you to refresh one single quest (instead of as many as you'd like throughout the 7 days), there's likely better perks you could spend 1,000 points on.


Wish Upon a Wishing Well

Description: Lets you make 5 extra wishes at the Wishing Well.

Cost: 800 points

Duration: 1 week

Max Redemption: 3

Details: When redeemed, you will be able to make 5 extra wishes at the Wishing Well for a grand total of 12 wishes every 12 hours. A new wish counter has been added to the Wishing Well, above where you input your wish. It will disappear from view once you've made the maximum number of wishes for the current period.

Worth it? Since the Wishing Well can only grant items up to r89 (at time of writing, some r90 items have been successfully wished for—but it's unknown if this is intended), there are a few good items you could wish for that would have a decent return on Neopoints, such as the Halloween Y14 Goodie Bag. For a full list of wish-eligible items, check out our Item Database:

Wishing Well Eligible Items »


Right Round Round Round

Description: Spin the wheels of Excitement, Extravagance, Knowledge, Mediocrity, Misfortune and Monotony twice without having to wait the usual time to spin again. Note: The Living with Less 'Right Round Round Round' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk.

Cost: 100 points

Duration: 24 hours

Max Redemption: 10

Details: When redeemed, you will have the opportunity to spin the Wheels of Excitement, Knowledge, Extravagance, Mediocrity, Misfortune, and Monotony twice without needing to wait the normal cool off period. There is no indication on the pages that you can spin twice in a row—you should be able to just spin them again immediately. This perk is also good for 24 hours, meaning that for the Wheels of Extravagance, Knowledge, and Monotony, you can spin them 4 times with the perk active. (Excitement is once every 2 hours, Mediocrity every 40 minutes, and Misfortune every 2 hours.)

Worth it? This can be helpful if you need any of the avatars from these wheels. (Especially when tying the Spinarolla or Avatar Goldmine perks in with this perk.) Otherwise, you still need to pay for each spin and the wheels are not known to be lucrative.


In a New Avatar

Description: Get an avatar you don't have from a select list of avatars. Make sure to check out the list of available avatars in the FAQs.

Cost: 500 points

Max Redemption: 1

Details: When redeeming, you'll get a pop-up telling you which avatar you've received, and it will be automatically added to your list.

Worth it? Only if you need an avatar in the list. Even then, most of the avatars available are quite easy to obtain. 2019's version of this perk added a few new seasonal avatars that you may need. Use our Avatar Checklist Tool to confirm that you do not need any easy ones first!

BEFORE REDEEMING: Most of the avatars that can be awarded via this perk are easy clickable or seasonal avatars. Use our Avatar Checklist Tool and select the "Only show 'In A New Avatar' perk avatars?" option to check which avatars you need that this perk offers. (Don't forget the Emo Usuki avatar is awarded via this perk as well, and that avatar can be taken away from your account.)

Some avatars new to the list this year are seasonal. Since we do not expect the 2019 Perk Shop to disappear until 2020, it may be worth waiting to redeem this perk if you are missing a seasonal avatar and have the opportunity to obtain it before spring of next year.

Avatar Checklist Tool »

20 Extra

We are still waiting to hear a verified account of how this perk works. If you've activated this perk, please let us know what steps there were in the redemption and if the pages involved changed or indicated the perk bonus. Please submit this form: Let Us Know!

Description: Now, trade to your heart's content with 20 extra lots for it!

Cost: 800 points

Duration: 1 week

Max Redemption: ?

Details: ?

Worth it? Only worthwhile if you're a big trader and would benefit from having a few extra items displayed on the Trading Post for a week. (Even then, we'd recommend using your points for something with more financial gain.) If you're not a reseller, then this is likely not useful for you.


Spiked!

Description: Allows you to spike up your active pet's Battledome Stats and add to either strength, movement, intelligence, health, level or defence. This perk can be applied twice.

Cost: 1,000 points (or 2,000 points if applied 2x)

Max Redemption: 2

Details: This will increase one of the stats listed above by 10 points. (Except Level, which will only increase by 2.) When redeemed, you will be told the redemption was a success, but you will not be told which stat was increased. You'll need to go note your Neopet's stats beforehand to be sure.

Worth it? Movement and Intelligence may not be worth the cost, but if your pet is sufficiently high level enough, +10 on a stat may save considerable training costs.


Cartogriphication

Description: Your pet will guide you in the right direction through the Faerie Caverns, leading you towards guaranteed treasure. Note: The Living with Less 'Cartogriphication' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk.

Cost: 100 points

Duration: 24 hours

Max Redemption: 10

Details: This works just like the boon of the same name from the Battleground of the Obelisk. When redeemed, you will be told which direction to choose in the Faerie Caverns, and you'll end up with a prize at the end. This perk lasts for 24 hours, but the Faerie Caverns resets at midnight NST, so you can take advantage of this twice in a 24 hour period.

Worth it? Costing only 100 points, it may be worth two shots at the Faerie Caverns Stamp, one of the possible prizes from the Caverns (and a very expensive item). The most common reward from the Caverns is a random Neopoint amount between 400 and 2,500 NP—so don't expect a large payout.


Random Acts

Description: Guarantees a positive random event every day for an entire week. Make sure to log in everyday from the day you avail this to receive all 7. This perk can be applied twice.

Cost: 4,000 points (or 8,000 points if applied 2x)

Duration: 1 week (or 2 weeks if applied 2x)

Max Redemption: 2

Details: When redeemed, the page will reload and you will get your first Random Event. Each following day, the first page you visit on Neopets for the day will show your guaranteed events.

The following Random Events are available from this perk:

  • A Random Event that grants a section of the Secret Laboratory Map.
  • The Pant Devil's Evil Twin grants a r99 Morphing Potion.
  • Your Neopet finds up to 50,000 Neopoints while out for a stroll.
  • Your Neopet gains either strength or level increases of +1 from a balanced breakfast.
  • A r31-85 Collectable Card is added to your Neodeck.
  • A Scorchio grants you a r101-103 TCG Card.
  • You find a normal Codestone on the floor.
  • An Acara grants you 50 NC.
  • A Sea Captain gives you a piece of the Treasure Map.
  • Dr. Sloth grants you a Transmogrification Potion.
  • An Alien Aisha grants you a r100 Nerkmid.
  • An Alien Aisha grants you a r20-89 Gross Food.
  • Jacko grants you a r101 Paint Brush.
  • You find a Christmas Paint Brush lying in the snow.
  • A Chia grants you a r62-98 Neovian Clothing item.
  • A Chia grants you a r99 Chia Pop.
  • You are granted a Ghostkerchief.
  • You are granted a section of the Forgotten Shore Map.
  • A Travelling Library grants you a r35-89 Booktastic Book, a r35-89 Faerie Book, or a r66-89 regular Book.
  • A Faerie grants you a random ice negg.
  • Gordos grants you a r92-98 Stamp.
  • A red codestone falls from the sky.
  • Balthazar grants you a Weak Bottled Faerie.
  • Jhudora grants you a Poison Jelly Eraser, Poison Snowball, Poisonous Snowflake, Poison Tipped Dagger, Poison Snowball Wand, or Poison Muffin.
  • You are granted the Sloth! avatar (you can get this Random Event if you already have the avatar).
  • Vira is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have her unlocked).
  • The Black Pteri is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked).
  • The Down For Maintainence Pteri is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked).
  • You are granted a random Snowball and the Snow Beast is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked).
  • Meuka turns an item in your inventory into a Snot Burger and is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked).
  • The Pant Devil steals an item in your inventory and is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked).
  • The Shadow Usul steals an item in your inventory and is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have her unlocked).
  • Boochi either misses, or hits your Neopet, and Boochi is unlocked as a Battledome challenger (you can get this Random Event if you already have him unlocked). Although the text of the Random Event can say your Neopet was turned Baby, this does not actually happen.
  • The Golden Pteri grants you up to 7,344 Neopoints. If you do not have any Pteris on your account, it does nothing.
  • A Jawshell eats an item from your inventory and replaces it with a Shimmery Seagrass.
  • The Ghost Lupe restores the hitpoints of all your Neopets. If they were already at full health, this Random Event does nothing.
  • A Wocky gives you a lottery ticket, even if you have already bought your allotment of 20 for the day.
  • A Nimmo gives you 6 normal codestones.

In addition, some Random Events are available that do not grant anything:

  • A Fungus Ball explodes and you lose some Neopoints.
  • Captain Scarblade laughs.
  • Isca swims past.
  • The ghost of Coltzan appears.
  • Lawyerbot appears.
  • The Mark of Ta-Kutep burns.

Worth it? Due to the large variety of possible Random Events, you likely won't see a large Neopoint return on this perk. But having a guaranteed Random Event greet you each morning is nice, right?

BEFORE REDEEMING: Be sure that your account has created a Neodeck. On the small chance you receive the Random Event which places a collectable card into your Neodeck, you will end up receiving nothing if you do not have one created, wasting that day's event. (Thanks to melanthiabast for this tip!)

Bank Bribery

Description: Raise your interest rate at the bank by 3%. Note: The Charity Corner 'Bank Bribery' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk.

Cost: 8,000 points

Duration: 1 year

Max Redemption: 1

Details: This works just like the boon of the same name from the Battleground of the Obelisk. When redeemed, your bank account's interest rate will be pushed up by +3% for the next 365 days. All you need to do is continue collecting your interest daily to take advantage. As of June 12, 2019, TNT released a fix to stack the duration if you redeemed it and still have time remaining on the 2018 version of this perk.

Worth it? This has the potential for a high financial return if you have a significant amount of Neopoints in the bank. As an example, if you had 50,000,000 NP in the bank, if you only collected interest, this boon would only net you about 1,725,000 NP. That being said, if you collect interest daily anyway, this is a great boon to get some passive extra Neopoints throughout the year.

Below are some sample calculations for a year's worth of interest collection with this boon, based on a few different starting balances:

Examples
Original Balance At Regular % At +3% Perk Gain
1,000,000 NP 111,000 NP 145,000 NP +34,000 NP
5,000,000 NP 610,000 NP 780,000 NP +170,000 NP
10,000,000 NP 1,331,000 NP 1,676,000 NP +345,000 NP
50,000,000 NP 6,656,000 NP 8,381,000 NP +1,725,000 NP
100,000,000 NP 13,312,000 NP 16,762,000 NP +3,450,000 NP
Calculations above are rounded. It's assumed that the max possible interest rate is being used for the original balances above.

Cheaper by the Dozen

Description: Circumvent the old rule at the stock market and purchase stocks selling for as low as 10 NP. Note: The Charity Corner 'Cheaper by the Dozen' perk does not stack with the Skirmish boon of the same name, which leaves you free to choose another boon should you be a member of the winning faction at the Battleground of the Obelisk.

Cost: 10,000 points

Duration: 1 year

Max Redemption: 1

Details: This works just like the boon of the same name from the Battleground of the Obelisk. To take advantage, all you need to do is purchase stocks when they are selling for 10 to 14 NP. As of June 12, 2019, TNT released a fix to stack the duration if you redeemed it and still have time remaining on the 2018 version of this perk.

Worth it? Only if you play the Neopian Stock Market, or are willing to get into it. If you do not play it regularly, then this perk may be too much extra effort to manage for a year. If you do play regularly, then this perk has the potential to be great! (It will essentially add 5,000 NP to every 1,000 shares you sell if you purchase the shares at 10 NP each. And since you can purchase 1,000 shares daily, the potential value is 1,825,000 NP.)


Burrrrrp!

Description: Ensures your active Neopet is so well-fed, it's bloated.

Cost: 10 points

Duration: 1 day

Max Redemption: ?

Details: This one is pretty simple. Click to confirm redemption, and your active Neopet will have their hunger status bumped up to Bloated. Not much else to it!

Worth it? This is the perk you use your remaining points on after you can't afford anything else. (Remember, points will not carry over from the 2019 shop to future Charity Corner events.)


Perk Me Up

Description: Looking for something different and exciting? Buy one of these coupons to be surprised by an exclusive perk. You can get one of the following outcomes below from this coupon.

This perk can be applied multiple times. (It is currently unknown if there is a maximum.)

Cost: 2,000 points (When you redeem this perk, you will be shown what perk gets chosen, and then you have the option to accept the perk for 2,000 points or decline the perk for 100 points. You essentially get "back" 1,900 points if you decide to decline the perk.)

Max Redemption: Unlimited (until you have less than 2000 points)

Details: The perk will grant one of the following perks:

  • More for Less
  • Bring Back the Old Days
  • Colour it Wild
  • Wanna Bet On It?
  • One More Time
  • Pile On
  • Spinarolla
  • Zapped!
  • Prized Possesions
  • Can I Keep It?

Details on each of those perks can be found below!

BEFORE REDEEMING: If you have the "Avatar Goldmine" perk activated and you already have the High Roller/Wheel of Extravagance avatar, consider waiting until that perk runs out before redeeming "Perk Me Up". This perk has the ability to award you with "Spinarolla", which offers a free spin on the Wheel of Extravagance—which is a bit wasteful if you have boosted avatar odds (and you already have the avatar) and you land on that space again!

More for Less

Description: Allows you to get game avatars for a score that's 20% less than the predetermined eligibility scores.

Duration: 14 days

Max Redemption: 2

Details: It will lower all scores needed for avatars received from Flash games by 20%. See our Game avatars list for a breakdown on the math.

Worth It? If you're an avatar collector and still need a few Flash game avatars, then this is absolutely worth it. We recommend scoping out which Flash game avatars you still need and seeing if a 20% score reduction would match up with your previous high scores. (See our Avatar Checklist Tool.)


Bring Back the Old Days

Description: Is there a site theme you wish you had? Here's your chance to turn back the clock and get a site theme you don't have. Make sure to check out the list of available site themes in the FAQs.

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: 2

Details: When redeemed, you will be shown a drop down menu with a list of themes you currently do not have (and the ones that are available with this perk). You can choose which theme you would like, unlike in 2018 when it was randomly awarded.

The following themes are available:

  • Themes Available Everyday:
    • Neopets Purple (This theme is a clickable! See our guide for how to obtain it today. Don't waste the perk on this one!)
  • Themes Available Annually:
    • Valentine's Day
    • Winter Holiday
    • Haunted Woods
    • Festival of Neggs
    • Daily Dare
    • Tis The Season (it is unknown if or how this theme may return in December)
  • Retired Themes: (these are the most worthwhile options)
    • Daily Dare: Chadley
    • Destroyed Faerie Festival
    • Monster Hunting
    • Mysterious Obelisk
    • Krawk Island
    • The Faeries' Ruin
    • Atlas of the Ancients
    • Petpet Protection League
    • Tale of Woe
    • Cyodrake's Gaze
    • Qasalan
    • Curse of Maraqua
    • Habitarium
    • Treasure Keepers
    • The Lost Heirloom
    • Brightvale
    • Meridell
    • The Return of Dr. Sloth
    • Neopets Puzzle Adventure

Worth It? If you're looking for a financial return, this perk has none. It's only worth it if you value collecting themes, or if you are interested in one of the themes available above. You'll get the most bang for your points by selecting one of the Retired Themes. The others are all available in some yearly/daily capacity.


Colour It Wild

Description: Allows you to get your pet zapped with exclusive Lab Ray colours.

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: 1

Details: When redeemed, you will be able to select one of your Neopets and which colour you would like to paint it. You may only choose a colour that has (obviously) been released, and colours not available at the Lab Ray are not available with this perk (not available: Baby, Magma, Pirate, Plushie, Quiguki, Royal, Usuki, and Ice Boris).

Worth It? If you have a particular paint job in mind (excluding Lab Ray exclusive colours), then this may be a relatively cheap way to get your dream Neopet.

WARNING: If you do not select a Neopet and colour option immediately without refreshing or closing the page, you will lose the perk and the points you redeemed. TNT confirmed this is not a bug, so we advise knowing what you want ahead of time and making a swift choice when redeeming.

Make sure before you redeem that the Neopet you wish to paint is on your account, as refreshing the page to get an updated Neopet list will cause you to lose the redemption (and your points).

Wanna Bet On It?

Description: Increases the amount you can bet on pirates eating in the Food Club by 20%.

Duration: 14 days

Max Redemption: 2

Details: The amount you may bet daily in Food Club will be increased by 20%. Normally, you may be 50 NP plus 2 NP for each day old your Neopets account is. That calculated amount will be 20% more. For example, if your account was 1,825 days old, you would be able to bet 3,700 NP normally and 4,440 NP with the +20%.

Worth It? Only if you participate in the Food Club regularly. Even then, you may not see the highest return of Neopoints here. It will all come down to how fruitful the daily odds are. If we see a "trash week" of betting, then you'll see at worst 0 NP in returns.

BEFORE REDEEMING: Consider coupling this perk with "Oh, Blimey!", which allows you to make 5 extra bets (for a total of 15 per day). If you get lucky and hit it big, you'll hit it 20% bigger! (Or lose it all with nothing to show...)

One More Time

This perk is currently not in the pool of outcomes. On the perk shop page, a notice says "This perk has temporarily been removed from the possible outcomes."

Description: Allows you to enjoy your favorite perks one more time. This does not include the Perk Me Up perks.

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: 1

Details: ?

Worth It? ?


Pile On

Description: Look out for the multiplier sticker on games to boost your Neopoints.

Duration: 7 days

Max Redemption: 2

Details: Places a red "Premium Featured Game 2x Neopoints" sticker on every flash game and doubles your neopoints earned for sending game scores - only up to the 1,000 NP limit per play. If you scored enough points for 600 NP, you will only be awarded 1,000 NP and not 1,200 NP.

Worth It? If you play a lot of games daily, this will help maximize your points earned.


Spinarolla

Description: What's more lavish than the Wheel of Extravagance itself? One free go at it that this perk allows you to enjoy.

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: 1

Details: This perk grants you a free spin at the Wheel of Extravagance, which normally cost 100,000 NP per spin. If you already spun the Wheel of the day, then you may not spin it again the same day and you will need to wait for tomorrow.

Worth It? Check out the Wheel of Extravagance prizes first. In most cases, you will come out with something worth less than 100,000 NP.

BEFORE REDEEMING: If you have the "Avatar Goldmine" perk activated and you already have the High Roller/Wheel of Extravagance avatar, consider waiting until that perk runs out before redeeming "Perk Me Up". This perk has the ability to award you with "Spinarolla", which offers a free spin on the Wheel of Extravagance—which is a bit wasteful if you have boosted avatar odds (and you already have the avatar) and you land on that space again!

Zapped!

Description: Why should your Petpet be left behind? This perk allows you to get your Petpet painted with any colour available for it at the Petpet Puddle (no longer possible to obtain exclusive PetPet Lab Ray colours as initially previewed).

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: 2

Details: When redeemed, you will be able to select your active Neopet's Petpet and paint it with a list of available Petpet Puddle colours for that Petpet. This perk will only appear if you have a Petpet attached to your active Neopet.

Worth It? ?

WARNING: If you do not select a Petpet colour option immediately without refreshing or closing the page, you will lose the perk and the points you redeemed. Make sure you have the Petpet of your choice attached to your Active Neopet before redeeming. Changing your Petpet after receiving the perk will not work.

Prized Possessions

Description: Increases the cap on the number of item prizes you get when defeating your opponent in the Battledome.

Duration: 14 days

Max Redemption: 2

Details: This perk allows you to receive 10 extra item prizes in your daily Battledome fights, for a grand total of 25 items per day. To take advantage, you simply keep battling until you've received 25 items.

Worth It? If you're a Premium member, then 140 extra shots at winning a Nerkmid is pretty nice. If you're not a Premium member, then the next best would be 140 extra shots at codestones from the Koi Warrior, which may not be worth as much to you.


Can I Keep It?

Description: Get a beautiful, exclusive item you'll definitely want to keep!

Duration: Instant Use

Max Redemption: Unlimited

Details: When redeeming, you'll receive one of the following items:

Worth It? Each of the prizes available above are non-consumable wearables. Their value will be entirely dependent on how many people want the items and how many people redeem this perk.