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Blizzard have a new mount to give away to players with an Amazon Prime/Prime Gaming subscription, and it's the Swift Windsteed Swift Windsteed! The offer is valid until January 30th and you can check out how to get it below. 

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We’re teaming up with Amazon Prime Gaming* for a special offer From 26 December 2023, at 16:30 GMT  until 30 January 2024, at 17:30 GMT Prime Gaming subscribers can claim the Swift Windsteed mount*.

Claim Offer

A white goat type mount with large jagged horns wearing scaled armor and around breastplate with a large spike in the center

“One of Pandaria’s most elusive creatures, said to bring good fortune to its rider.”


Not a Prime Gaming member? Click here to activate your account or start a FREE 30-day trial!

Claim Offer


HOW TO CLAIM YOUR REWARDS

Become a Prime Gaming Member:

  1. If you don't already have a Twitch account, create one here.
  2. If you don’t already have a Prime account, sign up for a FREE trial.
  3. Connect your Twitch account to your Prime account here.

Link Your Blizzard and Twitch Accounts:

  1. Log in to your Twitch account.
  2. If you don't already have a Blizzard account, create one here.
  3. Navigate to the Twitch Connections page in the Settings menu.
  4. Locate the Blizzard Battle.net section and choose your gameplay region.
  5. Log in to the Blizzard account you wish to link and click Log in to Blizzard.

Claim Your Prime Gaming Offer:

  1. Visit the Prime Gaming Rewards page for World of Warcraft.
  2. Log in to your Prime Gaming account and authorize.
  3. Verify your linked Blizzard account and click Claim Your Loot.
  4. Success! You are ready to redeem your items in-game.

Redeem Your Rewards:

  1. Launch the Blizzard Battle.net desktop app.
  2. Log in to your linked Blizzard account.
  3. Launch World of Warcraft.
  4. The Swift Windsteed mount will appear in each character’s Collections interface.

Before linking your Twitch and Blizzard accounts, check to see that you’re not logged in to any other Blizzard accounts at the same time in the same browser, as this could cause complications. For the best results, complete the process in "private browsing" or "incognito" mode.

Once you claim a Prime Gaming reward for World of Warcraft, and if you remain an active Prime Gaming member, all future rewards in the campaign will be automatically applied to the same Blizzard account and cannot be transferred. Be sure that your preferred Blizzard account is connected to your Twitch account at the time of enrolling!


*Offer only available where Prime Gaming is available.
**Prime Gaming items not available in WoW Classic games.

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