Introducing the WoW Token

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The goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel have a golden opportunity for you, friend—introducing a new way to use your WoW® Token. It’s just as easy as ever, but now when you use gold to buy a WoW Token from the Auction House in certain regions, you can to choose whether to convert it into 30 days of game time or Battle.net Balance*. You can use Battle.net Balance to buy services like World of Warcraft character transfers, digital products like pets and mounts, and even purchase in-game items for other supported Blizzard games you play.

Buying a Token is simple: just visit the Auction House and use your hard-earned gold to purchase one of the WoW Tokens put up for sale. Once the Token arrives in your in-game mailbox, right-click it to add it to your bag, then right-click it in your inventory.

Coming soon to an Azeroth near you: the WoW Token, a new in-game item that allows players to simply and securely exchange gold and game time between each other.

Players will be able to purchase a WoW Token through the in-game Shop for real money, and then sell it on the Auction House for gold at the current market price.

I do not know if this has been answered, but will it be possible to buy WoW Tokens on the auction house in Classic?

And if yes, will the price of a token be reduced to match the economy of WoW Classic? What I mean by that is that the Classic economy will not contain as much gold as there can be found in the current version of WoW. It would therefore be unrealistic to charge 180.000 gold for a token in Classic, as nobody will have that amount of gold. At least not for a very very long time.

It is currently unknown, as far as I am aware there has been no confirmation either way from Blizzard

No, gold in Classic has a different value from gold in retail – If you want gold you play the game.

Its been confirmed that there will be no shop for classic, so no wow tokens.

Hello, so basically I’m wondering if it is possible to buy 20 wow tokens with cash and sell them all on AH in one day.

I need close to 8 million gold.

So for me to get 8 million gold I would have to buy over 20 wow tokens. I’m just not sure if there is like a daily limit on how many tokens I can purchase with cash. Thank you

When we are talking about gold and token we might lose that point of view, but, 20 token = 400€.

I’m happy for you if this amount is negligeable, but it’s a lot of money dude.

You cannot trade, mail, vendor, bank, or destroy Tokens.

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The value of World of Warcraft gold has plunged relative to the value of real money in the past two years, but a series of events in the game have kept that fact from impacting the economy for players who don’t spend money on gold.

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Introducing the WoW Token

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I’m in so many places and times right now, I sometimes have a hard time keeping track of all of it.

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Coming soon to an Azeroth near you: the WoW Token, a new in-game item that allows players to simply and securely exchange gold and game time between each other.

Players will be able to purchase a WoW Token through the in-game Shop for real money, and then sell it on the Auction House for gold at the current market price.

The goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel have a golden opportunity for you, friend—introducing a new way to use your WoW® Token. It’s just as easy as ever, but now when you use gold to buy a WoW Token from the Auction House in certain regions, you can to choose whether to convert it into 30 days of game time or Battle.net Balance*. You can use Battle.net Balance to buy services like World of Warcraft character transfers, digital products like pets and mounts, and even purchase in-game items for other supported Blizzard games you play.

Buying a Token is simple: just visit the Auction House and use your hard-earned gold to purchase one of the WoW Tokens put up for sale. Once the Token arrives in your in-game mailbox, right-click it to add it to your bag, then right-click it in your inventory.

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There has been an economic panic in World of Warcraft. 6, Blizzard changed the rules, allowing players to exchange WoW Tokens for Battle.net balance. That means that gold you earn or buy in World of Warcraft can now be used in any Blizzard property.

Blizzard should make it clear that you cannot buy multiple WoW tokens, exchange them for currency and then buy WoW time. I bought 3 WoW tokens so I can buy 3 months of WoW but have an extra $7 in my blizzard wallet but since this was unclear and I cannot do that I now I have to buy 2 WoW tokens and wait 12 hours before I can re-buy a WoW token for game time.

Me dad owns a factory and im a milionare.
Today i met bob.

Bob farmed alot of gold as a 60 mage and Bwl aq gear.

I don’t want to farm my flasks to raid or buy BIS gear and mats of AH.

So im gonna buy gold of Bob as he is poor and can’t pay is subscription.
Ill give him an wow token for 300 gold each. As my dad is a milionare ill buy a few tokens and trade with loads of people in classic so ill make all the gold in the world.

Would a situation like the one above have an impact boys and girls? Discuss

I can’t care less if anyone buys gold or not. It’s their right to do so I think.
If you get blue-balls from watching millionaire-billy ride on his epic mount before you without doind even a nimute of grind — that’s too bad for you, I think.
Personally I’m happy for both Billy and the guy who sold him the gold.

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