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10-21-2011 @ 3:06PM
Does anyone see prices? How much am I paying per month? Presently:1 month: $14.99 3 months: $41.97 ($13.99 per month) 6 months: $77.94 ($12.99 per month) So what would you be paying for 12 months? Also is this a tradeoff between this Diablo as part of your subscription and getting the mount vs not signing up and getting the Collectors Edition if you wanted the pet. Finally is there anyway to make this a flat out payment. I hate balancing tiny monthly payments. I know I'm potentially looking at $179.88 vs $155.88. That would be $24.00 for the game, and mount but not the pet or other Collector's edition stuff. Maybe they might be willing to give us a printable coupon to make up the difference between this an the collectors edition.
10-21-2011 @ 4:41PM
There are no pricing changes. You are agreeing to pay for 1 year of WoW subscription, but you are welcome to pay that via any current pricing plan.1 month recurring is still $14.993 month recurring is still $41.976 month recurring is still $77.9412 month option does not exist.Once you sign-up, you can even change your subscription style or add game time cards. You simply can not cancel, that button is greyed out. If you want to pay it as up front as possible, go for the 6 month subscription. That will save you $24 over the next year that you are committing to pay for anyway. There is no extra cost nor price changes.If you get the D3 Collector's Edition and apply that to your Annual Pass account, Blizzard will credit you with 4 months of WoW time. That's a $60 value, which is the likely price of the standard D3 game anyway. You will still have to pay extra for the D3 CE, but no more than if this Annual Pass idea didn't exist. Essentially, if the D3 CE costs $120 then the Annual Pass "refunds" you $60, making the CE only cost $60. Very nice!
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