The social network prices its second batch of shares at $55.05 a piece.
A total of 70 million shares will be sold in the offering, made up mostly of Zuckerberg's 41.35 million shares in the company.
The nearly 43 million shares offered will be sold by existing stockholders, with the social-gaming company receiving none of the proceeds.
The company is reportedly doing so to properly calculate its current shareholder base and determine its final valuation before it goes public.
The social-gaming company says that the maximum proposed offering will total $400 million, but it won't receive any of the proceeds of the sale.
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