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7-23-2008 @ 2:39AM
I'm not sure of your point. For whatever reason, Blizzard didn't tie the beta invite code to my account. So, yes, I can sell it on eBay, give it to someone, use it, whatever. That has nothing to do with ownership of my toons in WoW - the two things are completely separate. As for access for Blizzcon and WWI attendees... well by definition those folks (and I'm one) are big fans of at least one Blizzard product - otherwise we'd not have bought the ticket and in a lot of cases traveled to So Cal. A basic tenet of successful businesses is that they treat their best/most supportive customers even better than their regular customers (really sucessful businesses treat all of their customers well of course). I'm sure someone will whine "I pay my $15 same as you!!!!!" Yes, you do. But the Blizzcon ticket was $100. If you flew to LA that was a few hundred dollars. Then add in meals and a hotel. Now, I have friends there and the flight was free... so no, I didn't spend that much - but some people did. Plus that $15... :)
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