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10-10-2010 @ 2:28PM
Hmm kinda lame actually, offer up a sale only for the few who was able to purchase tickets 1/4 of which was scalpers who are now reselling the tickets. Then allow them to purchase exclusive merchandise that they will no resell on eBay marked up 1000%.Awesome job Blizzard.
10-10-2010 @ 2:38PM
...Or the tens of thousands of people who ordered the $40 stream, who will have access in a couple days.
10-10-2010 @ 2:52PM
Took a peek on eBay, the items are already being posted most for 400%-500% markup. As someone who has been playing Blizzard games since the DOS and Kali day's, feels like a big FU to fans.But hey as long as the scalpers and Blizzard profit. =/
10-10-2010 @ 7:40PM
Why don't they just attach a "Not for resale" thing to the stuff then make sure ebay etc takes the auctions down.
10-11-2010 @ 5:42AM
Because they're not legally allowed to do that? Once you pay for stuff, you own it. Blizzard can't "make" eBay do anything. eBay is a collection of people who own stuff, selling it to other people who want to own it. There's nothing Blizzard can (or should) do about it.
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