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No, you can't combine prims. A Linden home is basically a 512sqm plot, which - with a few exceptions - hold 117 prims. A Linden home isn't necessarily meant to be your permanent home, unless you want it to be. It'll get you started, but really, you're intended to outgrow it and want more space. A Linden home also isn't the only - or even the greatest - benefit to being a premium member. 

What you CAN do is each purchase an empty 512sqm plot, side by side. You can either create a group and deed the land to the group, or simply allow one another to rez on the land/whitelist one another. A 1024sqm plot holds 234 prims - twice the amount of a 512 plot. Slight additional charge - you have to buy the land. It's not usually that expensive, though, and since you get EITHER a Linden home OR a 512sqm plot for "free" (minus the previously mentioned land purchase fee for the latter), it won't cost you much more. 

 

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No, you can't combine prims. A Linden home is basically a 512sqm plot, which - with a few exceptions - hold 117 prims. A Linden home isn't necessarily meant to be your permanent home, unless you want it to be. It'll get you started, but really, you're intended to outgrow it and want more space. A Linden home also isn't the only - or even the greatest - benefit to being a premium member. 

What you CAN do is each purchase an empty 512sqm plot, side by side. You can either create a group and deed the land to the group, or simply allow one another to rez on the land/whitelist one another. A 1024sqm plot holds 234 prims - twice the amount of a 512 plot. Slight additional charge - you have to buy the land. It's not usually that expensive, though, and since you get EITHER a Linden home OR a 512sqm plot for "free" (minus the previously mentioned land purchase fee for the latter), it won't cost you much more. 

 

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Ariel's answer is spot on. And as a bonus when you use a land group to deed & manage your combined mainland holdings and your individual tier level contributions you get an additional 10% land allowance so together you can have up to 1126 [512 + 512 + 102] sqm of land in total [plus the extra prims this allows] without any additional Land Tier Level increase.

https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Buying-land/ta-p/700043#Section_.2

 

Deeding land to a group

Group-owned land is held collectively by a group, not by any one group member. For the group to own land, its members must submit land contributions, donations that members make from their own personal land tier allowance. The group can own a total amount of land whose area equals 110% or less of the sum of all group contributions.

KBtip.png Tip: The Land Use Fees calculator shows your current fees and has the option to calculate your estimated fees for square meters owned or donated to group.

To give land to a group but continue to pay for it yourself:

  1. Right-click the land and choose About Land.
  2. In the GENERAL tab, click Set and select the desired group.
  3. Select Allow Deed To Group, then Owner Makes Contribution With Deed.
  4. Click Deed.
KBnote.png Note: To deed land to a group, you need the ability to deed and buy land for the group. Furthermore, the region needs to have Allow Land Resell set in the Region/Estate window.

 

 

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