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7-28-2009 @ 8:07AM
While I'd love to buy them for the right price in in-game gold, I can't see the advantage from a seller's point of view. After all, when faced with the choice between $1000 for a spectral tiger mount (not the highest I've seen) or a few thousand gold in-game... I think I'd take the $1000.
7-28-2009 @ 8:39AM
Last spectral tiger's price I've heard - $300, not $1000.$1000 was for Murky (murlock).But $300 in cash is still much better than any in-game gold.
7-28-2009 @ 10:21AM
$300 for a Spectral Tiger? Where are you looking? On ebay they are all $900-1000.Pff I'd buy one for $300.
7-28-2009 @ 12:15PM
Yeah the people that are selling the loot cards tend to be the folks who buy up massive amounts of card packs for the sole purpose of reselling them. I mean if they really want to get in game gold in that way wouldn't they just sell a mount for a boatload of cash and then use a small portion of that to buy it from gold farmers?Good luck getting chickens and rockets at the AH
7-28-2009 @ 4:26PM
I look for the Tiger all the time, and yes, it is $1000.0.As a side note, I recently sold my Baby Murloc card from the First Blizzcon for $2000.00
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