From December 17 2012, physical products including Battle.net Authenticators will be temporarily unavailable on the Blizzard Online Store in Europe. This is in preparation for a revamp of the store which will take place during 2013. In the meantime, many items can be found on the US Blizzard Store.
Players wishing to acquire a Battle.net Authenticator have several options. The Battle.net Mobile Authenticator is available for many types of smartphone, and you can find out more about it here. For many people, this is the easiest and cheapest option!
If you prefer to have a physical Battle.net Authenticator, you can get hold of one from several sources including the online retailers and high-street stores listed here.
Edited by Takralus on 18/12/2012 13:27 GMT
Shame that Authenticators can't protect you from those skilled Asian Hackers
This makes me a little mad. The only reason I deposited my RMAH sales from Diablo III into my Battle.net account was the option to buy the Board Games here. I already made a support ticket a while back, asking if the store was going to get new goods. This wasn't what I expected.
So that's out of the question now, since there's also no way to exchange them to US dollars.
If I'd known beforehand that Europeans would get shafted on physical goods, I'd have never deposited the cash on my Battle.net account.
Yeah, so it seems you can't even buy Board Games with B.net balance anyways.
Edited by Kriegspire#2882 on 19/12/2012 12:32 GMT
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