I bought a 6-month license for 15500 GS. However, every 5th day during login, I took the advantage of a 1-day free Premium license since it was “Free” - 100% discounted.
We know that after the Premium license expires, you’re always offered a 20% discount. A 1-day license cost 300 GS, with 20% discount, 240 GS.
The problem appeared when my 6-month Premium license expired and I was expecting a 20% discount on a 6-month Premium license that’s worth 15500 to be 12400 GS to extend it.
Well, since I accepted a 1-day “Free” Premium license, during my 6-month Premium license time, I only got a 1-day discount - the 240 GS option instead of the 6-month discount.
I was under the impression that a free Premium license won’t affect your originally bought Premium license. However, I had only my suspicions and no way of knowing it for sure. Now I do.
It always used to be like this: You bought the selected Premium license when it expired, you could extend it with another same Premium license that you originally bought for a 20% discount price.
Now the extension of your originally bought Premium license disregards your previously obtained Premium license in the game.
How to remove or fix this?
Make it so that if you accept your 1-day Premium license that’s offered for free (100% discount), that this will not affect your originally bought Premium license, like the 6-month license, etc.
This means that your previously purchased Premium license won’t get reset or disrupted with the one you just used for “Free” - the 1-day Premium license.
If this is indeed a bug, you should fix it. If so, please, move this thread to the Bug Reporting section.
The first way: You need to inform a player with the warning message that your bought Premium license will be overridden when you need to extend the Premium license. This is a must!
The second way: Premium license activation will be automatically added once you log in to the game, but only if you already have an existing Premium license, not otherwise.
The third way: Same as now, but the “Free” option will not disrupt a 20% discount on your previously bought Premium license. It would definitely be prudent to do so.