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7-23-2008 @ 11:29AM
I don't see the problem. I'm planning on going to Blizzcon--and selling my beta key afterward. It'll help defray the cost of an incredibly expensive con. It means that I can go, more or less guilt free (who wouldn't feel guilty for spending $100 just on a ticket?), and Blizzard is going to have someone who is likely to be a far more dedicated beta tester than I could manage. It sucks that the price gets so inflated, but that's the free market.If Blizzard didn't want people selling their beta keys (or at least the lottery ones) they could very easily limit people's ability to do so. They're too smart not to have expected people would try it, so I think we can take it as tacit approval.
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