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I got one redeemed code for a Landro's lil XT to sell.
It's similar to the store one but BoP ( to one character ) and it's name is slightly different ( + Landro )
If you're interested, leave an offer here ( Starting at 10k+ GP ) and ill contact you if it's reasonable.
Edited by Angr on 02/02/2012 10:15 GMT
Selling a redeemable code (irl item) for in-game currency is against the rules so might not be a good idea to post about it on blizzard forums. If the pet is in tradeable form in-game I'm interested in buying it for 25k via trade window, will not take a code for the reason stated above.
It isn't allowed to give the code on the card to players, but once the seller redeems it on the website (and bound it to Lightbringer) it's perfectly legal to sell the code given on that website (Landro's code, the code for the goblin in Booty Bay) to players, because Landro's code is an in-game item.
I certainly understand the logic but still can't bring myself to believe it is so as the origin of the code does not lie within the game. It was acquired on blizzard's website and not within the game even if the code is only useable on this particular realm.
Any chance to get some blue text here to confirm this ?
This is what Blizzard's GM Nephadne posted on 26/12/2010 (http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/1302894806#10):
It is not legal to sell for in-game currency an item that exists outside of the game (such as a CD-Key or TCG card) and it is also not legal to sell for real currency an item that exists purely within the game (such as a mount, or even just some in-game gold).
Therefore, expanding on your examples…
•Selling a guest pass Key from Starcraft II for in-game gold = illegal
•Selling a gametime card code for in-game gold = illegal
•Selling the printed loot code from a TCG card for in-game gold = illegal
•Selling a CD-Key or gametime card code for real money = legal(but preferably done outside the game – we do not provide support for transactions of this nature)
•Selling a physical TCG card for real money = legal(but as above)
•Selling any in-game items for real money = illegal
•Selling in-game items for in-game gold = legal(obviously)
•Selling a BoE in-game item redeemed from a TCG loot card for in-game gold = legal
•Selling the in-game code for a TCG item, once already redeemed for that region and realm via the website, for in-game gold = legal(but, once again, we advise extreme caution if engaging in this kind of transaction – the majority of these will be scams).
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