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If you're looking for the perfect last-minute presents for your friends, check out the latest holiday sale on Activison Blizzard titles that runs through January 7.

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Whether you’re eager to play something new, or you’re looking for those last-minute presents for your friends and family, now is the perfect time to give the gift of gaming on Blizzard Battle.net®.

Today through January 7, 2019*, you can take advantage of these big discounts and bundle deals on Blizzard games and Activision PC titles on Battle.net.

KGIJXRCD41QM1542326159095.png World of Warcraft® – Declare your allegiance to the Horde or the Alliance and join millions of players around the world as they fight to forge Azeroth’s future.
  • All editions of Battle for Azeroth™ are now $20 off.
  • See You Later bundle – Save up to 65% on collectibles that are going into the vault at the end of the Holiday 2018 sale, including three pets, three mounts, and three helms.
  • Welcome new mounts and pets to your stable at a 50% discount (excluding the Whomper Whomper Charity Pet or Vulpine Familiar Vulpine Familiar mount) and switch up your style with new helms for just $5 each.

JHLM3YKIVMN41542326159042.png Overwatch® – The world can always use more heroes, and they can save up to 50% on the Standard Edition, Legendary Edition, and Digital Upgrade (from Standard Edition).

NV2CENPT93DI1542326158929.png Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 on PC

  • Up to 25% off digital editions of the base game.
  • $29.99 limited time introductory price for Black Ops 4 Battle Edition! Exclusive to Battle.net, this is the ultimate value for new players featuring Multiplayer and Blackout battle royale modes, with the option to upgrade to the base game.

HOAKP7V2RJVU1542326158929.png Destiny® 2: Forsaken on PC

  • Up to 25% off the expansion for players who own Destiny 2.
  • Up to 40% off Destiny 2: Forsaken Legendary and Complete Collections—ideal for new players.

MI3AJSJNN1UK1542326158929.png Diablo® III –‘Tis the season for demon-slaying action across the mortal realm of Sanctuary with savings of up to 50% on Diablo III and its expansions.

FPH4SWV5C36I1542326159047.png StarCraft® – Deploying tactical discounts! Prepare for interstellar war, commander, and save up to 33% on the StarCraft II Campaign Collection and StarCraft Remastered.

IV9SVIW41D161542415595299.png BlizzCon® 2018 Virtual Ticket – Get 20% off the Virtual Ticket, with access to replays from BlizzCon 2018, exclusive video programming, and bonus in-game items for all Blizzard franchises.

In addition, the Winter Veil Wonder Bundle is available for Hearthstone® now through December 31: Add 30 card packs to your collection—six packs from five different expansion sets—for only $19.99.

For details on these deals, make sure to check out the Battle.net Shop.

Don’t forget that Battle.net now has enhanced gifting and Wish List features. Create your holiday Wish List with any item available on the Battle.net Shop, make them visible to your Battle.net friends, then use our newly enhanced gifting to bring joy to your gaming family. Check out our blog post about these features to see how they work.

* Sale ends on January 7 at 9am PT for World of Warcraft, 10am PT for Overwatch, Destiny 2, Call of Duty and at 1pm PT for Diablo and StarCraft.

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3 hours ago, lChronosl said:

I missed the HotS part of the banner...

After some digging. It was not their last year either. So nothing new, but does feel like salt in a fresh wound this time. Especially with COD and Destiny getting panels.

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