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Denise ([staff profile] denise) wrote in [site community profile] dw_news 2015-12-01 11:09 am (UTC)

Yes, adding paid time before your account expires extends your expiration date, it doesn't reset it -- if (for instance) your account is a premium paid account, your expiration date is January 5 2016, and you add 12 months of premium paid time on December 3 2015, your expiration date gets "pushed out" by 12 months to January 5 2017. (And in this case, yes, you'd get 50 bonus points, since 12 months of premium paid time is 500 points.)

(If your account is a regular paid account and you add premium paid time, it gets a little more complicated because you can't have regular and premium paid time active at the same time, so your existing paid time gets converted to premium paid at a 70% conversion rate before the new premium paid time is added. But that doesn't apply in your case.)

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