Pano Ball Drawing
This is probably not the best business decision, but it's too late to turn back. Pano Ball is the most insane sale we have ever done, and you can rest assured we're never going to do it again.
The mechanics of Pano ball are extremely simple.
- There are 1,343 gumballs available
- Each gumball costs $99.99
- 1,342 of the 1,343 gumballs are physical $150 gift cards
- 1 gumball is a ready to ship White Phos QTNVG with Elbit SLG tubes
Each participant may purchase as many gumballs as they see fit. There's no catch. Either you walk away with Quads, or you make a $50 profit on each gumball you buy.
About this Event:
Obviously, this is a little different than our typical gumball machine. There are only two items. Statistically speaking, the breakdown is fairly simple:
Each ball has a 1 in 1,343 chance at the QTNVG. 1 ball gets the Quads, the 1,342 all receive $150 gift cards.
Once the sale is over, we will use Random.org's Third Party Draw Service to publicly and transparently select the QTNVG winner. Participants will be able to enter their order number on Random.org to verify the impartial outcome of the drawing.
The Fine Print:
Due to ITAR regulations, only US citizens can win the QTNVG. If an international customer is selected by the random number generator, they will receive a $150 gift card and the winner of the QTNVG will be re-rolled.
To keep things fair and unbiased all KommandoStore employees, contractors, and advertising partners are prohibited from participating in Pano Ball.
The Pano Ball Process
Let's say you wanted to figure out what your chances were at the QTNVGs across multiple entries. The formula for this is:
1 - ( 1 - 0.00074 ) ^ ( # of Chances)
So let's say you get three entries, here's how it would shake out:
1 - ( 1 - 0.00074 )^3 = 0.0022
In other words, your chance at the QTNVG would be 0.2%.
Better than .07%...
As said earlier, every ball will still get a $150 gift card if you don't get the QTNVG. You're technically missing out on $50 for not participating.
Note: To use this formula you need to express the percentage chance in decimal form. The .07% chance in the formula above is written ".0007" not ".07."
May RNGesus bless you. You're gonna need it this time.
There is no loosing with these guys
Even when I loose I win with Kommandostore
Gonna use this to cop one of them new fangled gorka suits