Lemonade Stand Forum

How do you play? 4 replies

Jing said on: 2011-03-12 07:28 pm
4083 Days, 4 Hrs, 25 Min, 55 Sec ago
I went bankrupted 4 times.

[Added at 03/12/2011 21:08:52 by Jing]
i can't seem to make a profit, no matter what I change.
Sal said on: 2011-03-12 10:05 pm
4083 Days, 1 Hr, 49 Min, 7 Sec ago
Start by adjusting your recipe until you sell a rather high amount of cups on sunny days. (Make sure you got enough lemons/sugar/cups/ice to make them)

And then you can change the price at which you sell your cup, how much stock you buy, etc.
ShadyKnight (Mod) said on: 2011-03-12 11:30 pm
4083 Days, 23 Minutes, 50 Seconds ago
Step 1: Secret recipe
Step 2: ???
Step 3: Profit!

[Added at 03/12/2011 23:41:06 by ShadyKnight]

1) You can buy as many cups as you want
2) Sugar and lemons can decay, so don't overstock
2a) My magic stock number is 300 of each
3) Only buy the ice you need for the day
4) The more expensive your recipe, the more people like it
5) Don't be afraid to test new prices. See what they're willing to pay when you need money
6) Since you reset when you bankrupt, be careful not to overspend. When buying supplies, use this example: if you have $140, you can buy 140 of both lemons and sugar. This is useful only if you have stocked up on cups.
7) I can't stress the awesomeness of ice. In the recipe, a higher number counts as more ice cubes. When you purchase, it counts as a fraction just like the lemons and sugar.
7b) USE EIGHT ICE CUBES IN YOUR RECIPE! I tend to buy 6 ice cubes a day, and sell a max of 48 cups. If I buy 7, I don't sell any more, and efficiency goes down due to more expenses.
8) Play with your recipe until you find what works for you and then stick with it, and hoard it.
Jing said on: 2011-03-13 03:23 am
4082 Days, 20 Hrs, 30 Min, 44 Sec ago
Value Per Cup: $0.65
Price Per Cup: $0.75
Profit Per Cup: $0.1

Purchase(s): - $18.2
Cups Sold: 28
Total Profit: - $15.4

See where it says .1 profit per cup?
ShadyKnight (Mod) said on: 2011-03-14 02:33 pm
4081 Days, 9 Hrs, 21 Min, 7 Sec ago
It's profit before daily purchases.