Clash of Clans Lucky Letterbox Explained

If you need the Clash of Clans Lucky Letterbox explained, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to show you what you get after you remove the Lucky letterbox in CoC (which is the ultimate goal here) and how you get a Lucky Letterbox in the first place. So, let’s dive right into it!

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clash of clans lucky letterbox explained
Clash of Clans Lucky Letterbox Explained

What Do You Get after Removing Lucky Letterbox in CoC?

After you remove the Lucky Letterbox in Coc or Clash of Clans, you’ll get 88,888x Elixir and 5 EXP. So, that’s a total of eighty thousand Elixir, plus the five Experience Points. Why do I say that? Well, because it costs a whopping 8,888 Elixir to break the dang thing open. However, given the insane amount of Elixir you get for your troubles, I’d say it’s well-worth the investment. Also, it takes thirty seconds to remove the Lucky Letterbox from your Home Village, but that pales in comparison of the sheer amount of Elixir you need. But yeah, as I’ve said; it’s worth saving up the required amount for the reward you get. It might take a while, so plan accordingly, since this is an event obstacle, meaning it’ll only last as long as the ongoing event.

Clash of Clans How to Get Lucky Letterbox?

As far as I know, the only way to get the Lucky Letterbox event obstacle is for it to randomly spawn in your Home Village during the Dragon Festival. So, unfortunately, there is no guarantee you are going to get one. On the other hand, I’ve seen people get and open several, so who knows. What we do know is that these decorations can sometimes spawn in a place that’s inconvenient. Like, you might be trying to build something on that tile. Well, the only way to move it is by using the Shovel of Obstacles. With this magic item, you can change the location of the Lucky Letterbox until you manage to break it open.

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