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11-05-2009 @ 1:09PM
"These are account bound, so unless people are gifting them for in game gold I don't believe a word of it. " These can indeed be gifted. At the end of checkout you have the option of redeeming your pet code, or gifting it to someone else. If you gift it Blizz e-mails the code to the address you provide, or you could just copy down the redemption code, pass it to someone else, and they can enter it manually. I don't think buying it for in-game gold is the way to go though. I've seen these pets hawked in /trade for anywhere from $2k to $5k on my server. I'm thinking if you hand over a few thousand gold to someone for their code, and it turns out not to be good for some reason (fake, previously used, etc.) then you're just going to be out that gold. I highly doubt Blizz will lift a finger to help you in a "scam" such as a that.
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