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A big Summer Sale has arrived to World of Warcraft today. You can save up to 33% on game services. Select mounts, pets, and toys are 50% off, and more. The sale ends on July 11.

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Celebrate summertime with great WoW® deals on special items up to 68% off now through July 11! You can also discover deals for your other favorite games in the Battle.net Summer Sale. Read on to discover what’s on sale for WoW.


  • Base Edition: $29.99 (Reg. $39.99)
  • Heroic Edition: $44.99 (Reg. $59.99)
  • Epic Edition: $59.99 (Reg. $79.99)

Join millions of players in a timeless adventure into the realms of the afterlife and across Azeroth. With a single subscription, you can access World of Warcraft®, World of Warcraft®: Burning Crusade Classic™, and World of Warcraft Classic!


The time-limited* Radiant Bundle contains Azeroth’s brightest pets and mounts at a scorching discount. Chase adventures saddled up on the fervent Warforged Nightmare or resplendent Winged Guardian. Warm your allies’ hearts (and laps!) with the dazzling Cinder Kitten and level up your cooking skills with some help from Lil’ Ragnaros. If you already own one or more items from The Radiant Bundle, its price will automatically adjust. 

What’s Inside

Two Blazing Pets
Welcome these two fiery companions into your collection. Cinder Kitten and Lil’ Ragnaros will follow you every step of the way while brightening up your days on Azeroth and beyond. Sparks will fly when you use them in pet battles, the fast and fun mini-game in World of Warcraft.

Two Magnificent Mounts
Make a brilliant entrance wherever you go when you ride in astride your Warforged Nightmare or Winged Guardian. Mounts automatically scale to the fastest riding or flying skill known by each character.

50% Off on Select Pets, Mounts, and Toys

Adopt or gift these discounted pets and mounts** in the in-game shop or in the Blizzard Shop today!


Steamscale Incinerator |Squeakers, the Trickster | WoW 15th Anniversary Alabaster Mounts | Sylverian Dreamer | Vulpine Familiar | Imperial Quilen | Celestial Steed | Heart of the Aspects | Winged Guardian | Enchanted Fey Dragon | Iron Skyreaver | Luminous Starseeker | Mystic Runesaber | Shu-zen, the Divine Sentinel | Hogrus, Swine of Good Fortune | The Dreadwake | Warforged Nightmare


Dottie | Lucky Quilen Cub | Pandaren Monk | Lil’ K.T. | Lil’ Ragnaros | Soul of the Aspects | Cinder Kitten | Blossoming Ancient | Alterac Brew Pup | Argi | Brightpaw | Twilight | Mischief | Shadow | Cap’n Crackers | Whomper


Dress for the hottest season of the year with the stylishly cool Sprite Darter's Wings transmogrification set inspired by the fey dragons of Azeroth.


Get festive with a new look using the Transmorpher Beacon and light up the sky with the Lion’s Pride and Horde’s Might Fireworks toys**.

Lion’s Pride and Horde’s Might Fireworks | Transmorpher Beacon

50% off Digital Deluxe Bundles

Digital Deluxe items will enhance your adventures with epic in-game items and special goodies for your favorite Blizzard games.

Battle for Azeroth Digital Deluxe Items | Legion Digital Deluxe Items | Warlords of Draenor Digital Deluxe Items

The World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth®, Legion™, and Warlords of Draenor® Digital Deluxe item bundles along with the special goodies for other Blizzard games included in these bundles will no longer be available for purchase following the conclusion of the Battle.net Summer Sale on July 11. The mounts and pets from these bundles will be available to purchase separately after July 11.


Customize your gameplay however you like with a Shadowlands-Level Character Boost, Character Transfer, Race Change, or Faction Change.

Learn more about these pets, mounts, toys, character services, and more in the Blizzard Shop or in-game shop!

*Offer valid through July 11, 2021.
**Toys, pets, and mounts not available in World of Warcraft® Classic or Burning Crusade Classic.
***Discounted game services not available in World of Warcraft® Classic or Burning Crusade Classic.

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