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3-06-2012 @ 3:55PM
So all these bonuses and perks to get players to return, what about those that never really left? I've had breaks and whatnot but I have a buddy that's played since beta. Blizzard plan on doing loyal, stubborn, players a solid and give them something cool too?
3-06-2012 @ 4:09PM
And that would make blizzard money how Gorgon? If you really want the rewards you can always open a second account...
3-06-2012 @ 4:14PM
Not happy with a free D3 and a mount for loyal subs?Sorry but I took the annual pass to be just that.
3-06-2012 @ 4:39PM
The anual pass isn't so much about customer loyality, but retaining subs and it worked fairly well. If it was a real loyality plan we'd get something that rewarded you for time already played, instead of pre-paying/contracting for another year.
3-06-2012 @ 4:48PM
You're missing the point. The annual pass was for a year-long uncancelable commitment. The Scroll benefits is just for re-upping. The committment is much less, and the benefits much greater than what the annual pass came with.
3-06-2012 @ 4:51PM
Excuse the pun. You're right on the money, Toy. No second accounts for this guy, already did the year thing too, paying for my "bonuses". Might cancel and lose the stuff, get the res perks instead.
3-06-2012 @ 5:17PM
The benefit from this is greater than the annual pass?Really?I didn't see any mention of totally free AAA video games in this offer!
3-06-2012 @ 6:21PM
we get:A horsieGauranteed Beta entryA "free" copy of D3And I'm betting dollars to doughnuts a jump to lvl 80 is gonna show up in the RMS real soon now.
3-06-2012 @ 7:12PM
Can we stop pretending the Annual Pass is a loyalty reward? Because it isn't. The Annual Pass is cool and I'm looking forward to D3 for free, but when I signed up for it, it made absolutely ZERO difference how long I'd been signed up for WoW. That's not a loyalty reward.It'd be cool to get an actual loyalty reward, since non-subscribers are getting all kinds of things. Am I entitled to one? Of course not. But it would be nice. The wireless companies (sort of) figured this out, I hope Bliz does too.
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