For several years I owned a retail gift store, so the idea of buying low and selling high is a familiar one to me. I wanted to study whether this made sense in Hay Day using Tom as my wholesale source, so I began assembling a table of wholesale costs versus market values. In all cases I would buy the max number of an item that Tom would sell me. Yes, his prices vary from run to run, but this gives a rough idea of what's available.
So if you were to hire Tom for 24 hours for 15 diamonds (this costs 37¢ - 60¢ if you buy the diamonds, depending on which diamond package you buy), and run him every 2 hours for 12 runs, you could make up to 12 x 5,200 = 62,700 coins in one day. This amount of coins costs $6.95 to buy outright in the store. If you hire Tom for a longer period of time, the savings is even more significant!
|Wholesale Cost of 7||Retail Price for 7||Net Profit|