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Go here to review your current levels and up your Land Use Fees to cover your anticipated Land Purchase. If you wish to own more than a region of Mainland contact Linden Lab via Live Chat.

https://secondlife.com/my/account/landfees.php?

 

Land Use Fees: [Your Name Will Appear Here]

The Land Use Fee is a monthly charge for the peak amount of mainland land held during the previous 30 days, including actual parcels held and land tier donated to groups. See Land Pricing and Use Fees for examples.

Please choose below the ownership tier that best reflects the amount you want to be charged each month for land use fees. When you purchase land or add tier to a group in-world, you will be alerted if the new holdings move you into a higher tier requiring a greater monthly land use fee (if you purchase auction land be sure you read the auction FAQs regarding auction land purchases and tiering). If you choose not to move into the higher cost tier, simply do not complete the land purchase. If you release land holdings or donations and want to receive tier warnings at a new, lower level, you must tier-down using the radio buttons below. (You may remain at the higher tier level without penalty; tier fees are only charged for the total amount of land actually held within your billing cycle.) If you don't lower your tier and purchase more land, no warnings are sent, as you are still within the tier you allotted.

Note: Island billing is separate from mainland use fees.

Land Use Fees

Your current holdings and fees are shown in the left column below. If you're thinking about making changes to your mainland holdings, then use the fee calculator in the right column to estimate any changes to your fees.

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Go here to review your current levels and up your Land Use Fees to cover your anticipated Land Purchase. If you wish to own more than a region of Mainland contact Linden Lab via Live Chat.

https://secondlife.com/my/account/landfees.php?

 

Land Use Fees: [Your Name Will Appear Here]

The Land Use Fee is a monthly charge for the peak amount of mainland land held during the previous 30 days, including actual parcels held and land tier donated to groups. See Land Pricing and Use Fees for examples.

Please choose below the ownership tier that best reflects the amount you want to be charged each month for land use fees. When you purchase land or add tier to a group in-world, you will be alerted if the new holdings move you into a higher tier requiring a greater monthly land use fee (if you purchase auction land be sure you read the auction FAQs regarding auction land purchases and tiering). If you choose not to move into the higher cost tier, simply do not complete the land purchase. If you release land holdings or donations and want to receive tier warnings at a new, lower level, you must tier-down using the radio buttons below. (You may remain at the higher tier level without penalty; tier fees are only charged for the total amount of land actually held within your billing cycle.) If you don't lower your tier and purchase more land, no warnings are sent, as you are still within the tier you allotted.

Note: Island billing is separate from mainland use fees.

Land Use Fees

Your current holdings and fees are shown in the left column below. If you're thinking about making changes to your mainland holdings, then use the fee calculator in the right column to estimate any changes to your fees.

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Once you own a full Mainland region or its equivalent, the tier steps go in half-region intervals. 

You can own a little more land without going to the next tier level, if you form a land group and deed all your land (and donate the required tier) to the group.  Groups can own 10% more land than an individual, for a given tier level.

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