Not to be confused with Simoleons.

A SimPoint is a form of currency in The Sims 2 and The Sims 3 Store.

The Sims 2Edit

SimPoints in The Sims 2 were purchased in different sized bundle amounts using real life currency.[1] $1 USD could purchase up to 100 SimPoints.

The option to purchase additional SimPoints was removed from The Sims 2 Store on March 9, 2011, 22 days before the store was closed down. Players could still use their SimPoints up until March 31. The balance of SimPoints a user had was directly connected with their EA account, meaning that they could be transferred for use on The Sims 3 Store, provided that they had registered to be a member of The Sims 3 community.[2]

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The Sims 3Edit

SimPoints in The Sims 3 can be purchased directly from the store, via Origin, or at retail stores using the SimPoint Card.

SimPoint CardEdit

A SimPoint Card (or Sim Point Card) is a card which players buy and redeem Simpoints to purchase objects, sets or towns from The Sims 3 Store. They ranged from 1000 SimPoints to 24,360 SimPoints. These cards can be bought in game retailers from some countries. SimPoints can also be bought in Origin or in The Sims 3 Store.


Get EXCLUSIVE content for The Sims 3™ with [number of points] SimPoints!

Use your SimPoints to enrich and customise your game at The Sims 3 Store.
Choose from hundreds of unique items and content sets that you won't find anywhere else, and new items are added every month for your Sims. From hairstyles and outfits to furniture and architectural items, customise your Sim's appearance and houses in all-new ways. Shop at The Sims 3 Store by visiting or through Shop Mode in your game.

** You must have The Sims™ 3 PC game to use the items purchased online with your SimPoints
*The value of items may vary, visit The Sims™ 3 Store for more details.


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