Precautionary tale guys..
If you play Wartune you know about the VIP wheel. It's scattered with level 6 and 7 gems every time. Guess what? Nobody on our server has ever gotten one. Nobody on any server has gotten one. I went on R2's site, another company that rents the game out like Aeria does, and their forums joke about how the only person who ever got one was named Legend, and he's never been seen again. When people start to talk about the VIP Wheel I simply say "These are the best items you actually have a chance to get. You might as well ignore the rest because they ARE NOT POSSIBLE TO GET!"
In this case, I'd say at least it's possible to get the items advertised. That VIP wheel is a straight up scam. Still, start to understand quickly that you can go through several hundred dollars and not get a thing. You may also buy 1 box and get extremely lucky. I wouldn't bank on that. Know what you're getting yourself into.
And please, please.. understand, just because 6 of the 15 prizes are costumes DOES NOT mean your odds are 6 in 15 to get one. They stick a percentage value on each one. They are most certainly not equal. People may need an explanation on how programming works in this case.. they define the odds using algorithms. That means the odds on one particular outcome may be set to 1/1000 and another 1/2. The Vegas analogy was a great one, because if you've ever seen a slot machine, you know they'll advertise some of them with such things as "Payback rate of 98%". What this means is that those machines pay back 98 cents for every dollar spent. It also means THEY FIX THE ODDS ON THOSE MACHINES! How else could they advertise that without it being a lie? They make their money by knowing for every dollar spent, they'll make two cents. Doesn't sound like much.. but when you consider thousands of machines and tens of thousands of customers a day, and chances are every single one of those is spending more than a dollar, it adds up.
The way they're doing it, and how ethical that is, is a different discussion than what I'm getting into here, I'm just saying, please, understand it for what it is. If you're reading this, you should have an idea now if you didn't before. You don't have 6 in 15 odds just because 6 of the possible prizes are costumes.