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Black Friday: Level 100 Boost for $25, Multiboxing, Auction House Sniping

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World of Warcraft is currently on discount and redditor Gankeros pointed out an interesting fact; a level 100 boost costs just $25 and that's not the only thing!

Don't forget to recruit yourself before doing any of this!

Level 100 Boost for $25

Up to 8 World of Warcraft licenses can be attached to a single Battle.net account. The best thing is that the level 100 boost is account-wide, so after you activate the secondary game license, you can use the level 100 boost on your main (primary) license.

How to Buy the Legion Bundle for $25

Go to Account Management and under "Game Accounts", navigate to World of Warcraft and select the "Play for free" option to create a new World of Warcraft license (Starter Edition). Log into the game on your secondary account and select "Upgrade" on the character creation screen. You should be then offered a Legion Bundle for $25 / 25 EUR. After the purchase, you will receive the level 100 boost that can be used on any World of Warcraft license attached to your Battle.net account.

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Other Benefits of 2 World of Warcraft Accounts

The standard Battle Chest comes with 30 days of game time and Black Friday is the ideal time to buy another WoW copy in case you've ever wanted to try out multiboxing. ISBoxer should be your go-to multiboxing software for World of Warcraft. They even offer a trial and it's really easy to set up.

If you don't need Legion, it's still good to least buy the Battle Chest for gold making. The first account is obviously your main and the second can be used for sniping. It gets even better if you have two monitors and you log in simultaneously on both accounts. Sniping is well worth it and the account will pay for itself in the long run. What exactly is sniping? The process of constantly checking the last page of the Auction House for cheap deals using preset filters. The main issue with a single license is that you can't be logged in on two characters at the same time. With two accounts, you can have one constantly sniping the Auction House, while you're playing your main.

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https://us.battle.net/account/management/

Under World of Warcraft there should be a grayed-out "Play for Free" button. If you click that, it adds a new Starter Edition account to your battle.net account, for the region according to your country of residence.

(If you're in EU it would be eu.battle.net, but it really doesn't make a difference because it's the same account management anyway.)

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Thx for the reply...but if i already have a starter licence i cannot create another one right?? because i dont have a grayed-out at all!!! do i have to delete it or i have to buy it to create another one??

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If you already have a starter license, then you can't create a new one until you upgrade your current one to the base game.

Alternatively, you can ask support to remove your current starter edition license from your account. This is probably the better choice here as I don't think they will offer the bundle unless your starter edition is a newly-created starter edition, so upgrading your current one would be a bit of a waste. :p

https://us.battle.net/support/en/help/wf/wow/181/878

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On a similar topic I had one licence only upgraded to WoD which I had decided not to use. I paid £16 for Legion and now have an account wide boost saving £30 or so for the boost. :)

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When I activate the Starter Account, the only option I have is to buy Warcraft first - not Legion.

So do we need to buy the Warcraft Box and then Legion on top of that?

(this would be a lot easier if Blizzard just put the lvl 100 chr boosts on special too. Save all this creating extra accounts and mucking about)

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On ‎22‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 8:07 AM, Stan said:

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World of Warcraft is currently on discount and redditor Gankeros pointed out an interesting fact; a level 100 boost costs just $25 and that's not the only thing!

Level 100 Boost for $25

Up to 8 World of Warcraft licenses can be attached to a single Battle.net account. The best thing is that the level 100 boost is account-wide, so after you activate the secondary game license, you can use the level 100 boost on your main (primary) license.

Go to Account Management and under "Game Accounts", navigate to World of Warcraft and select the "Play for free" option to create a new World of Warcraft license. You should be then offered a WoW bundle for $25 / 25 EUR.

Other Benefits of 2 World of Warcraft Accounts

The standard Battle Chest comes with 30 days of game time and Black Friday is the ideal time to buy another WoW copy in case you've ever wanted to try out multiboxing. ISBoxer should be your go-to multiboxing software for World of Warcraft. They even offer a trial and it's really easy to set up. Don't forget to recruit yourself before doing any of this!

If you don't need Legion, it's still good to least buy the Battle Chest for gold making. The first account is obviously your main and the second can be used for sniping. It gets even better if you have two monitors and you log in simultaneously on both accounts. Sniping is well worth it and the account will pay for itself in the long run. What exactly is sniping? The process of constantly checking the last page of the Auction House for cheap deals using preset filters. The main issue with a single license is that you can't be logged in on two characters at the same time. With two accounts, you can have one constantly sniping the Auction House, while you're playing your main.

 

On ‎22‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 8:07 AM, Stan said:

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World of Warcraft is currently on discount and redditor Gankeros pointed out an interesting fact; a level 100 boost costs just $25 and that's not the only thing!

Level 100 Boost for $25

Up to 8 World of Warcraft licenses can be attached to a single Battle.net account. The best thing is that the level 100 boost is account-wide, so after you activate the secondary game license, you can use the level 100 boost on your main (primary) license.

Go to Account Management and under "Game Accounts", navigate to World of Warcraft and select the "Play for free" option to create a new World of Warcraft license. You should be then offered a WoW bundle for $25 / 25 EUR.

Other Benefits of 2 World of Warcraft Accounts

The standard Battle Chest comes with 30 days of game time and Black Friday is the ideal time to buy another WoW copy in case you've ever wanted to try out multiboxing. ISBoxer should be your go-to multiboxing software for World of Warcraft. They even offer a trial and it's really easy to set up. Don't forget to recruit yourself before doing any of this!

If you don't need Legion, it's still good to least buy the Battle Chest for gold making. The first account is obviously your main and the second can be used for sniping. It gets even better if you have two monitors and you log in simultaneously on both accounts. Sniping is well worth it and the account will pay for itself in the long run. What exactly is sniping? The process of constantly checking the last page of the Auction House for cheap deals using preset filters. The main issue with a single license is that you can't be logged in on two characters at the same time. With two accounts, you can have one constantly sniping the Auction House, while you're playing your main.

does not give me the option to buy the boost, what can I do.

 

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On 22/11/2017 at 4:54 PM, praiscthulhu said:

The bundle I'm seeing is $35.  After I create the starter account, where do I go to see the $25 bundle?

First... sorry if my english is kinda rusty
As far as i've seen there is a $25 Bundle with some "tricks"i mean... if i go direct to the store there are 2 options, but BC for 10 USD or Legion for 25 USD... what i did was to sent a RaF mail to myself... same account, same e-mail adress... when i got to the option to buy BC for 10 USD i skipped that and went directly to the store to try to buy Legion.... ONLY LEGION... for 25 USD, then i clicked the account i wanted it to be... WoW1, WoW2, WoW3... etc etc.... and showed it to me the "complete edition" for 325 MXN wich will be something like 20-25 USD .... i hope it helps you... just one last thing... in some "offers" a time ago not all the countries, at least for LAN or LAS, were able to buy it... as long as i can remember just Mexico, Argentina and Chile ... it was only 3 countries but i can't remember wich ones 

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On 22. 11. 2017 at 11:54 PM, praiscthulhu said:

The bundle I'm seeing is $35.  After I create the starter account, where do I go to see the $25 bundle?

Thanks for your feedback. I've updated the article with screenshots that should help you get the $25 bundle.

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Haven't tried the raf thing, however, I removed my starter edition accounts, got the play for free button, and it now shows a updated option on right, and it includes the 10 dollar base game and legion, so 35 american dollars, not 25. 

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4 minutes ago, Dunrobulex said:

Haven't tried the raf thing, however, I removed my starter edition accounts, got the play for free button, and it now shows a updated option on right, and it includes the 10 dollar base game and legion, so 35 american dollars, not 25. 

You need to purchase the $25 Legion bundle in-game, not through the browser.

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I am sorry I didn't make myself clear, I have tried that now three different times, and it shows me the 9.99 on left, and the LEGIoN with the 9.99 on right for a price of $35 american dollars on right, IN GAME, brand new starter edition.

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Sorry fellas, this seems to be fixed on my end, tried it several different ways, every which way but down, and it still and always shows $35 bucks, guess they fixed it.

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