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10-07-2010 @ 8:19PM
Why limit it to ppl with tickets and virtual tickets ?would it not make more business sense to sell this stuff to everyonewho wants it ?
10-07-2010 @ 8:28PM
Well, last year they didn't sell to the virtual ticket people. You had to be going to the show to be able to buy anything. So it is a little better this year.But still, the shop at the con had several things that you couldn't buy online. The Starcraft Poker set and the pre-painted vinal figures come to mind.
10-08-2010 @ 1:09AM
Not really. Especially since they are making it available to virtual ticket holders, it makes WAY more sense to have it be 'limited'That way, people who really want to buy have to pay for both the virtual/actual ticket AND whatever they're buying.And really, the number of people who wouldn't buy the virtual ticket, but would be willing to buy the swag is probably pretty low. If you have spare money, you've probably already got a ticket. If you have more spare money, you can buy stuff. If you don't have spare money, being able to buy the stuff without a ticket to Blizzcon isn't going to suddenly cause you to have spare money to buy stuff.
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