Loot cards

100 Draenei Death Knight
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Every time I go there are guys standing at the side buying the loot cards. I'm just curious if any of you have ever sold and how much do they offer?
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100 Worgen Warrior
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Most they should be worth is $10... since the Virtual Ticket gives you everything the card does... on top of that you don't get to see any of the con... so $10 is a pretty fair guess...
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If you're talking about the loot card your given for attending BlizzCon, it really depends on what the ingame items are. Even with the ability to get the items via virtual ticket, I have seen the cards go from $50-$200+
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96 Draenei Warrior
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Last year there was some kind of loot code machine distributor (if I remember clearly).

Anyone else can confirm this? Thank you.
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92 Human Warrior
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05/29/2014 07:55 PMPosted by Parruna
Last year there was some kind of loot code machine distributor (if I remember clearly).

Anyone else can confirm this? Thank you.


There was a stand in blower thingy that you had a chance to win a spectral tiger card that's all i am aware of.
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90 Gnome Warrior
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There was also a sort of "bank vault" from one/more of the sponsors, included in the bag was a card that let you open a numbered box within the vault and you got a random thing. Most prizes were vouchers for free cosmetic stuff for a few F2P games... I got a pair of child size Diablo socks. There was also a chance at video cards and things.
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100 Tauren Paladin
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I've never seen anyone trying to buy the item code that comes with the ticket in the goody bag but inside the event there was a group of people trying to buy the TCG codes from people at the the quarter machines and the air elemental blowy booth thing.

I'm fine with fans / attendees etc buying items from other attendees but this group had business cards and were promoting their ebay store.

If you see them tell security, they're trying to scam people that aren't aware what some TCG items are worth. I personally overheard one of them telling someone a spectral tiger was worth $35 on ebay.

Full scumbag mode.
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