Blizzard’s Summer Sale

Blizzard Summer Sale

Courtesy of worldofwarcraft.com

Blizzard’s Summer Sale:

It seems only a week ago when the last sale ended, and we already have another. Blizzard has started their Summer Sale with savings on many items within the Blizzard Store, including, Pets, Mounts, Character Services for World of Warcraft, and discounts for other Blizzard titles.

Discounts on other titles include a 35% off of Call of Duty: Vanguard – Ultimate Edition and a 50% discount on both Call of Duty: Black Ops and Modern Warfare.

For more information on all the discounts available, visit the Blizzard store, or check the store via the Battle.net app!


Character Services:

Blizzard has reintroduced the 30% discount to Character Services, importantly, the Character Transfer and Faction Change bundles.

If you are interested in transferring a character or changing Factions, now is the time to purchase the service(s). The best value is the Eight (usually six) Character Transfer/Faction change.

Instead of £60 for six characters, we now have the option of eight characters; this equates to £7.50 per Character Transfer/Faction Change, compared to £13.50* for a single Character Transfer/Faction Change.

(*) The price for a single Character Transfer/Faction Change during the sale, or £19 outside the deal.

This offer is a no-brainer if you have the funds and intend to move eight or more characters in the future. Remember, purchasing the bundles stays on the character select screen so that you can use these at any time in the future.

In-game Store

Screen grab of the in-game store.


Pet, Mounts, and Transmog:

Also available from the shop at a discount are Pets, Mounts, and Transmog. I urge you to check out the Midsummer Night’s Pack before you consider purchasing anything, as the bundle has many Pets, Mounts, and Transmog in the sale.

Don’t worry if you already have some items within the pack, as Blizzard will automatically increase the discount (up to 67%) based on what items you already own.


WoWToken:

With the release of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight pre-purchase last night, there’s been a shortage of WoWTokens. Thankfully, I purchased 25 today, and there were still WoWTokens available at 1 pm today. However, if you experience issues purchasing a WoWToken, wait till late evening or log on early the following morning.

WoWTokens are easier to acquire when there’s no competition. To check the current value of gold for a WoWToken, check out the website: WoW Token Prices.

Consider reading my blog from last night, where I purchased a WoWToken for almost 394k gold. I was short-sighted and wasn’t prepared for the lack of WoWTokens.


WoWToken Prices:

As mentioned above, a new expansion and a new summer sale have increased the demand for WoWTokens. When the demand exceeds the supply, this forces the price of a WoWToken for gold to increase. When the news was released last night, the E.U WoWToken hit a staggering 394k gold.

As of 22:30 this evening, the current gold value for a WoWToken in the E.U region stands at 368k.

Once the supply of WoWTokens exceeds the demand, the price will continue to fall.


When Does the Sale End?

According to the Blizzard Store, the summer sale will end on the 4th of July. I’m guessing this is concerning the U.S region, as it’s reset day for them, meaning the sale may finish on the 5th of July for the E.U region.

The sale that recently ended, the E.U region had the sale for an extra day to coincide with reset day, as E.U reset day is a day later than the U.S region!


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