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2-17-2010 @ 9:00PM
One thing I haven't seen addressed is how long you have to spend your UDP points and whether you'll still be able to collect your loot card in-game items once the partnership expires. I have a spare turtle mount as well as a hippogryph pet I haven't collected and around 10k UDP points however my main character is currently not well loved in Booty Bay...
2-17-2010 @ 9:39PM
If you have the code to be put in on the WOW site at http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/misc/promotion.html You will be fine as Blizzard maintains that site and the code function of it. If you have "points" that come from the points cards in the packs, cash em in for codes.So in short, your turtle is safe, all the loot card codes are safe. But spend your points and get the items you want ASAP. You can even store the codes for use later.
2-17-2010 @ 10:49PM
I'm going to go out on a limb herebut with the loot cards I think we will be fine as it is really a WoW PROMO and on the tcg forums Ry has given us a help thread of tips when we are trying to claim our loots and one part says"Please be aware that once a code has been entered through Blizzard’s Promotional page and informed a customer of the Region and Realm that the code has been redeemed on, Upper Deck no longer has any power over the item. Upper Deck can not move or replace items inside Blizzard’s online game."UD has no power over it once it has been claimed. I'm guessing all they can do if fix a jacked up loot card if you can't read it..as for the points I was told that we still have some time to spend them in the store, so get them quick!! or pass them on over! ;P
2-18-2010 @ 4:48AM
My TCP points are stronger than your UDP points.
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