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World of Warcraft 60-day timecard (PC/Battle.net) £15.89 @ cdkeys.com
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World of Warcraft 60-day timecard (PC/Battle.net) £15.89 @ cdkeys.com

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Posted 5th Dec 2019Edited by:"moonspook"

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Update since original post: Price is now £15.89, almost the cheapest it's ever been and cheaper than ANY of the Blizzard sub options. Time to stock up for Shadowlands?

Original post: This is 60 days gametime for World of Warcraft, and the cheapest way of subscribing short-term (apart from buying WoW Tokens with in-game gold, of course). I posted a similar CDkeys deal the other day for a quid cheaper, but within a few hours they upped it, so act quick on this

For comparison, subscribing directly with Blizzard is £9.99, £9.39 or £8.69 a month for 1/3/6 months respectively, or GAME sell the timecards for £19.98 - so if you're willing to commit, it's cheaper per month to go down the 6-month option with Blizzard. If you don't think you'll play enough in that time, then this option is cheaper per month than the 1- or 3-month options.

TopCashBack and Quidco give 5% for new customers, 2% for existing, but might be invalidated if you use the Paypal code.

Not sure how long this is on for, but it can change without warning so don't hesitate if you need it
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I remember these being £16 for 2 months, then they went up to £30 for two months. Even though you can buy them directly from Blizzard monthly at £10/M.

Currently this deal is the cheapest you can get the play time, but the pricing structure from Blizzard is rather odd.

£10 direct or £15 going to a brick and mortor store....:S
Well, they want folk to subscribe so they have a steady direct income (plus, like gym users, sometimes folk forget to cancel ). Timecards are more for those that may not want to commit (or can't able for financial reasons) - plus there's the manufacturing and shipping costs of the cards themselves that might add to the cost for Blizzard, however tiny. But yeah, it's almost always been cheaper to sub direct - as I say, aside from using ingame gold, this is the only other option really.
kos1c05/12/2019 14:02

I remember these being £16 for 2 months, then they went up to £30 for two m …I remember these being £16 for 2 months, then they went up to £30 for two months. Even though you can buy them directly from Blizzard monthly at £10/M. Currently this deal is the cheapest you can get the play time, but the pricing structure from Blizzard is rather odd.£10 direct or £15 going to a brick and mortor store....:S


Isn't that for 30 days?
Walgeon05/12/2019 15:03

Isn't that for 30 days?


Yes, 30 says, £10/M (per month / 30days).

The pre paid cards i believe we're £17.99 in game, as I used to buy them to save money.
Then blizzard upped the cost to £30 for these cards, but still sold the 30 day passes at £10 via their website.

So 2 month passes is £20. Where does blizzard get off selling a piece of paper for an additional £10?
kos1c05/12/2019 15:08

Yes, 30 says, £10/M (per month / 30days). The pre paid cards i believe …Yes, 30 says, £10/M (per month / 30days). The pre paid cards i believe we're £17.99 in game, as I used to buy them to save money. Then blizzard upped the cost to £30 for these cards, but still sold the 30 day passes at £10 via their website. So 2 month passes is £20. Where does blizzard get off selling a piece of paper for an additional £10?


But this is for 60 days
Walgeon05/12/2019 15:25

But this is for 60 days


I think kos1c may be referring to purchasing game time without a subscription. Tbh, I didn't realise until now that you can do both on Blizzard's website.

eu.shop.battle.net/en-…ime is just game time without a recurring sub.
eu.shop.battle.net/en-…ime is the subscription version - same cost, but you're automatically billed.

That said, I don't recall the timecards ever being as expensive as £30, but my memory isn't what it was.
Edited by: "moonspook" 5th Dec 2019
moonspook05/12/2019 15:30

I think kos1c may be referring to purchasing game time without a …I think kos1c may be referring to purchasing game time without a subscription. Tbh, I didn't realise until now that you can do both on Blizzard's website.https://eu.shop.battle.net/en-gb/product/world-of-warcraft-game-time is just game time without a recurring sub.https://eu.shop.battle.net/en-gb/product/world-of-warcraft-game-time is the subscription version - same cost, but you're automatically billed.That said, I don't recall the timecards ever being as expensive as £30, but my memory isn't what it was.


I think when classic was out people were selling these for high prices as some people couldn't play without the cards for some reason
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fryitup05/12/2019 15:45

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Ha

I used to watch Amazon's prices as they'd dip cheap now and then, but the last year or so they've always been expensive every time I've looked.
moonspook05/12/2019 15:48

Ha I used to watch Amazon's prices as they'd dip cheap now and then, …Ha I used to watch Amazon's prices as they'd dip cheap now and then, but the last year or so they've always been expensive every time I've looked.


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fryitup05/12/2019 15:52

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Yeah, I've only recently started looking at the camels. However, looking at it just now it hasn't been cheaper than 26.02 since the end of 2016 :P

But then, it's Amazon, and they tend to have multiple listings for the same item with different prices..
Shows as 15.99 for me
Its showing 15.99 for me
Seems like the price dropped even more. Paid £15.67 after applying the above code. Thanks op!
Wow.. Have updated the post. Kindof annoyed I paid £16.65 odd yday now 😁
Great deal, 2 of my lads have asked for subs this Xmas to get started on the game. Heat added.
Thanks
Standard price is back up to £16.99, so with the code it's now £16.65
I've decided to update the price on this (and removed the code since they're not advertising it anymore so it may not be valid). It's still a great price - can someone report the post to be refreshed maybe? I don't see an option to do it as the OP!
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