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10-11-2011 @ 10:34PM
While true that many of the TCG pets are rare, they are also 100% attainable if you want them. You can get any of the pets, mounts or other loot cards that you want over at www.wowtcgloot.com There is enough supply out there to meet the demand, if all you want is the pet/mount/item and don't actually care about the card.The real difference here is the price. Demand for the TCG items is generally very low because the price is very high. The supply exists, but most people aren't interested in the price to get at that supply, either in cash or gold. The Guardian Cub is cheap. Thus demand for it is likely to be high. The price is actually where the TCG and Blizzard Store differ, not the availability. Of course, I can't ignore that the availability directly affects the price. That's very important. Would demand for the TCG items exceed supply if the price was dropped to $10? Probably. Though the uncommon pets certainly haven't run out and they run around $10 or cheaper.You could sit over at Wowtcgloot.com and buy pets until you run out of money, they'll be happy to sell 'em to you, just like you can the Blizzard Store. The situations are actually extremely similar. Supply actually exceeds demand in BOTH cases, it's just that demand is lower for the TCG items.
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