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Campaign ends, when should you spend the duplicates?

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The French Campaign is ending today. 

I will not be able to finish it (the main reward).  So no, I will not be getting the main reward (French Captain)

I have duplicates, and I believe I can at least finish one section with them and get a smaller reward.

Question is, can I only do it before the campaign is officially over?  Or can I spend the duplicates anytime in the future for the smaller reward?

Because, like the Bismarck campaign, could they possibly bring back this French campaign and I should save my duplicates so I can win the larger prize later?

Thx.

 

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I'm fairly certain that any unused duplicates will be converted to credits once the campaign ends.

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3 minutes ago, SluggerJackson said:

I'm fairly certain that any unused duplicates will be converted to credits once the campaign ends.

Duplicates convert into credits when the campaign is completed, not when it ends.

 

So convert duplicates to fill in spaces and complete it.

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8 minutes ago, KiyoSenkan said:

Duplicates convert into credits when the campaign is completed, not when it ends.

 

So convert duplicates to fill in spaces and complete it.

Sorry, I should have clarrified:

I cannot complete the Full Campaign

I can only complete part of it, if I spend my duplicates.

So my question is:  Should I spend my duplicates now in order to get at least the smaller reward, or should I hold on to them in case they bring back the Campaign like the they did for the Bismarck campaign?

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1 minute ago, asteio said:

So my question is:  Should I spend my duplicates now in order to get at least the smaller reward, or should I hold on to them in case they bring back the Campaign like the they did for the Bismarck campaign?

That's what I would do.

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1 hour ago, KiyoSenkan said:

Duplicates convert into credits when the campaign is completed, not when it ends.

 

So convert duplicates to fill in spaces and complete it.

the big question is, how do you convert duplicates? 

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6 minutes ago, Crokodone said:

the big question is, how do you convert duplicates? 

Click on one you don't have, you'll be given an option to use duplicate's.

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7 minutes ago, Crokodone said:

the big question is, how do you convert duplicates? 

Click on an empty badge, they will ask if you want to spend duplicates to buy it. Click yes. Done.

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1 hour ago, asteio said:

Sorry, I should have clarrified:

I cannot complete the Full Campaign

I can only complete part of it, if I spend my duplicates.

So my question is:  Should I spend my duplicates now in order to get at least the smaller reward, or should I hold on to them in case they bring back the Campaign like the they did for the Bismarck campaign?

I would hold on to them.  The rewards for completing one of the collection sections - 10 camos - pale in comparison with the captain.  I'd just retain all the duplicates in the hope that there is some other future way of getting French boxes to complete the whole thing.

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