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Candy Crush Bank is where you can buy gold, the in-game currency in Candy Crush Saga. The feature was introduced on 19th September 2013 along with gold bars. There are ten different collections of gold available: 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 500 and 1000.


  • This element has been redesigned 3 times.
  • For unknown reasons, the latest redesign increased the 500 gold bars to 1000 gold bars.
  • As of March 22, 2014, players can now pay with mobile from their computer.

Problem spending

Most players use and enjoy Candy Crush free but for a few spending can get out of hand. It starts easily with the player thinking along lines like what’s below.

Well, the app was free and I’m struggling to beat this one level. (…) I’m sure purchasing a 99c power-up in order to get out of this rut is totally justifiable this one time, and I will never do it again. (…) I know I can ask my friends for a ticket to the next level pack, but they might not respond immediately and the game was free so I can just buy this first level pack and do it properly next time! [1]

A few spend far too much, even drain their savings playing Candy Crush or similar games. American gamers can spend between, say $20 to $5,000 far too easily and some UK gamers also spend extravagantly. One gamer admitted regularly spending so much there is hardly anything left before the next pay check and getting into debt to pay the rent.

Those gold bars sure look cool; they’re even more cool for Candy Crush Company because they make it harder for gamers to keep track of how much they spend and whether they get value for money.[2] [3]



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  2. There's A Reason Why Candy Crush Saga Is Hurting Your Bank Account
  3. How women blow £400,000 a day playing Candy Crush, the most addictive online game ever

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