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No point in ordering if it costs the same as a sub...,
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This review is from: World of Warcraft 60 Day Pre-Paid Time Card - PC/Mac (CD-ROM)
This has been a consistently good deal at 24.99 with the free super saver shipping by adding to an order or buying two. Now the price has gone up and honestly, theres no reason to get this if it isn't 25 or less. Adding time from the Blizzard website is instant for .01 more. Game cards were actually on sale for 19.99 locally and I stocked up. Maybe Amazon will follow suit.
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Initial post: Jan 1, 2010 8:18:20 PM PST
some people prefer the privacy and non-recurring nature of prepaid cards and wouldn't mind paying a premium for it. so, there is a point. maybe no point for _you_, but there is a point for _me_.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 6, 2010 7:22:08 PM PST
I agree, you pay for the convenience of not having to worry about recurring payments. If you have the renewing subscription, they'll treat you like a loyal customer and discount you accordingly.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010 3:17:05 PM PDT
John Salerno says:
I thought the same thing as you until I realized that if I bought the prepaid card from Amazon using my Amazon Visa Rewards card, I would get triple reward points, as opposed to single points by just paying through Blizzard. So if you have the Amazon credit card, you get a little bonus for buying the prepaid card here.
Posted on Nov 6, 2012 8:04:46 AM PST
Game card is $29.99 on amazon right now, and the blizzard store 2x 30-day game time codes are $29.98.
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