WOW Token Releases on Patch 6.1.2 with Over $ 15 Monthly Subscription

Posted March 9, 2015 by dangreen

Several days ago, Blizzard announced an in-game item, WOW Token. And Hazzikostas gave some hints for token price and release date

Several days ago, Blizzard announced an in-game item, WOW Token. And Hazzikostas gave some hints for token price and release date. Although he confirmed that WOW will move to free to play, can WOW resist the pressure of free online games flood? And can players afford for over $15 per token?

How WOW Token works

The WOW Token

Players can buy a WOW Token with cash for 30 days of game time from Warcraft’s in-game shop. Once they buy it, the token is bound to players, and cannot be traded, given away, deleted, or expire. They can only put it up on a special tab in the in-game auction house.

After they post it, WOW’s auction house will tell them how much gold they will get for it. Since there is no biding, players cannot set their own price for tokens. After purchasing the tokens with wow gold on sale, the buyers can apply it to their accounts to add game time, and they cannot do anything else with it, no gifts, no trading.

Dip into free-to-play online game mechanics for wow

According to SuperData, free-to-play online game could hit $17 nillion in 2017, and it could rein business model in Asia, especially after WOW joins the rank.

There is no doubt that the introduce of WOW Tokens make wow closer to free-to-play online game, but World of Warcraft lead game designer Ion Hazzikostas claimed that they are completely different. Anyway, Wowtoes as a professional wow products supplier will fix our eyes on World of Warcraft updates.

WOW Token price no less than $15

Blizzard hasn’t set the cash price yet, but Hazzikostas confirmed that it’s not going to be cheaper than a monthly subscription, which runs $15 a month. If a wow token is really higher than a monthly subscription, most people including me would rather buy game time with cash actually. But it will be different for those who have millions of wow gold in stock.

According to Hazzikostas’ statement, it’s a part of patch 6.1.2, a smaller update hitting the public test realms in the very near future. So you can buy World of Warcraft gold cheap eu with code “SPRING” in advance for wow token release.


Wowtoes Spring Sale 2015 will start on March 7. With the release of WOW Patch 6.1, if you need cheap wow gold or other products, you can take your time to visit Wowtoes for this special 8% off on your purchases from Wowtoes.

Exclusive 8% off for Wowtoes Spring Sale

FromMarch 7 to March 15, 2015 GMT, all customers can apply coupon code “SPRING” to their orders to get 8% saving. This 8% off code is available for everyone on Wowtoes during the activity.

Ample products on stock and fast delivery guaranteed

Once Spring Sale starts, there will be millions of people to crowd Wowtoes for cheap wow gold and wow items buying. In order to give you a smooth shopping experience, the Wowtoes Team has a whole slew of wow products in stock already. Therefore, while enjoying buying the cheapest wow gold, you are guaranteed to receive your gold within 10 minutes.

Pay with PayPal with no confirmation required

In addition to 8% discount to buy cheap wow gear and gold, there is no requirements for neither phone nor email confirmation when you pay wow products with PayPal at Wowtoes. That means, paying by Paypal will save more time to buy wow products at wowtoes.

During Wowtoes Spring Sale, a lot of great discounts will be given out, as well as 10-minutes delivery guaranteed and PayPal payment with no confirmation. Except for 8% off for wow gold us cheap on sale, there will be more wow products promotions on Stay tuned.


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Last Updated March 9, 2015