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    Default Legion & Battlechest Sale (Again)

    Both Legion and the Battlechest are on sale once again, after they were just on sale last month.

    https://us.shop.battle.net/en-us/fam...ld-of-warcraft
    https://eu.shop.battle.net/en-gb/fam...ld-of-warcraft

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    1) You can have up to 8 retail WoW accounts on a single BNet, so if you have room on yours, you can spend $30-40 for a level 100 character boost since they're account-wide.
    2) RaF has changed, so if you're looking for that sweet, sweet 300% experience boost, you're out of luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiRai View Post
    Both Legion and the Battlechest are on sale once again, after they were just on sale last month.

    https://us.shop.battle.net/en-us/fam...ld-of-warcraft
    https://eu.shop.battle.net/en-gb/fam...ld-of-warcraft

    Pro Tips:

    1) You can have up to 8 retail WoW accounts on a single BNet, so if you have room on yours, you can spend $30-40 for a level 100 character boost since they're account-wide.
    2) RaF has changed, so if you're looking for that sweet, sweet 300% experience boost, you're out of luck.
    Pre-order of Battle for Azeroth as well
    https://us.shop.battle.net/en-us/pro...le-for-azeroth

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    If they had simply announced they would be reducing RAF XP Bonus in 2 weeks (rather than simply doing away with it a week ago), then put the Battlechest and Legion on sale, I have to believe they could have realized a nice sales bump.

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    Hello, long time listener first time poster. I've been wanting to get into multiboxing and was about to pull the trigger then the RaF nerf came and I wasn't sure, but now with the game on sale doesn't seem to be as much of an investment if I don't like it but do we know how long the sale is going for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trent4725 View Post
    Hello, long time listener first time poster. I've been wanting to get into multiboxing and was about to pull the trigger then the RaF nerf came and I wasn't sure, but now with the game on sale doesn't seem to be as much of an investment if I don't like it but do we know how long the sale is going for?
    When they start on a Tuesday, then sales usually last for a week.
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    Do you guys think that BfA's pre-purchase will be on a discount before the official release on september 21?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radical Redemption View Post
    Do you guys think that BfA's pre-purchase will be on a discount before the official release on september 21?
    No.


    Also, the sale is still going on, so this thread can stay open.
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    The main point of presales is keeping interest in the game. If a company had a tendency of reducing the price of a product before general availability, some people would wait. They would then lose sales to those who lost interest while waiting. By offering the presale early and at the cheapest price to be found, they make sales to people who are currently convinced they'll buy later. Some of those people wouldn't buy later if they waited. By this logic, if anything, I'd expect them to raise the price (although I'd expect that to be currently communicated with the current price being a "discount", and it's not, so it probably won't go up)

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