If you are interested in learning the prices and pricing of Fortnite—the in-game currency is sold at variable rates and specific quantities; therefore, it is a must for you to familiarize with the probable/predicted prices of the game before proceeding further with purchasing more v-bucks using your credit card. Of course, you can also avail v-bucks free of any charges but, you would have to up your game to access to free v-bucks.
Keeping the variability of the pricing in mind, let’s take this example for instance– if you cannot an outfit that costs for more than 1500 V-Bucks then, you should only buy 1500 V-Bucks. However, you can access the following v-bucks after using your credit card (the real world pricing of the bundles is listed next to it as well):
- 100 +500 bonus (including the Cobalt Pack)~$4.99
- 2000 on the completion of 14 Fallen Ranger challenges~ $19.99
- 1000~ $9/99
- 300 + 2500 bonus~ $24.99
- 1000 + 4000 bonus $39.99
- 3500 + 10000 bonus~ $99.99
Also, the more you splurge on buying v-bucks then, you will more value for your v-bucks. For example, if you earn up to 150 v-bucks for buying the starter edition or, if you would get 168 extra v-bucks for each dollar spent for the premium option.
Also, if you want to gain promotion to the next level of the game, the Battle Pass level of the game then, you would be required to spend up to 950 v-bucks to unlock the $99.99 package for acquiring 10,000 v-bucks. The option would also unlock new skins, gears, and challenges for a player, and he can further maneuver the option to unlock new cosmetics for its characters.
The validity of Battle Pass lasts up to one season—which is equivalent to few months. A player would be expected to complete certain challenges for earning battle stars, and the progress points would be accumulated until a player has unlocked/completed 100 tiers of the game. Furthermore, a user can use real-life money for unlocking each tier by paying 150 Fortnite V-bucks.