esley2007 wrote: 
Andru77 wrote: 
People need to realize lucky boxes ar a baaaaad investment. It' a gamble, and the odds are eternally against you.
As an experiment, I once bought one $1 lotto scratchoff a day for a full year. I spent $365 and won a total of $17 (including free tickets.) Thats how these things work.
To put it in a different light:
The final odds of winning the lottery equal 1 in 13,983,816
The odds of being struck by lightning in any given year: 1 in 700,000

if there is no winner in first rank of lottery they split the price money to the ranks below, sometimes even keep a part for the next lottery, so do not give us that talk, lottery has more chance earning decent money than getting an item you actually want from these boxes + these costumes aren't even worth 1 mil + USD, getting struck by lightning isn't even dependable on chance calculation, you can get it easy if you tie yourself to a pole that attracts lightning, so the calculation has a factor that depends on the person, we can't chose the factor of winning these box items nor get value for the money that was spent, with lottery you can even see how many won in the ranks so you have a visual, the lottery also has experts calculating and making sure everything goes according to the rules and that people have a decent chance to win this, not one of us said we wanted to win the jackpot, but getting like none of the decent items and being stuck with junk is scam

Actually, the lotto here is Florida doesn't work that way. If no one wins, then the prize is rolled over til some one, or a group of someones (in which case, the prize is split between them.) Granted the odds would be lower on scratchoffs which I guess this would be more equatable to my example, but it's still not in your favor since you have about a 1:44 chance to win, but there's only maybe 10 top prizes and perhaps several tens of thousands of the lowest prize amount: a free ticket. And all this divided by a set number of tickets that most likely range in the hundreds of thousands. Still pretty slim odds you'll win $5000 on a single dollar, or even on hendreds.
Being struck by lightning is indeed uncontrollable sometimes. I know a guy that was sitting on his sofa INSIDE his house, and well away from the windows, when lightning came through a window and struck him. I know: you could say that he should have had the window closed, but, c'mon. What are the chances a lightning bolt would avoid houses and trees to strike a person inside? I guess if mother nature is pissed, she's gonna let someone know.
And, I'm pretty sure everyone buying a outfit/bike Lucky Box is aiming for the jackpot. And since those are the majority of the ones I see complaints about, I'll jes have to assume that people pissed off because they didn't win it.