WoW Tokens provide a way for players to quickly get gold and game time in a safe way that helps keep the game’s economy thriving. To help you fully understand how this item works, we’ve put this guide together detailing everything you need to know about WoW Tokens.
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WoW Tokens are a purchasable item released back in 2015 as a way to curb the third-party gold trading that existed in the game, as well as provide players a way to get their hands on gold quickly and to get game time without having to spend real money.
Players can purchase a WoW Token in-game from the shop, costing $20/£17. Once purchased, players can put this item in the auction house for sale, with the price changing depending on the game’s environment, such as a new expansion or season beginning that will affect their value. It’s all about supply and demand.
Once sold, the player who bought the Token can redeem it for either 30 days of game time or $15/£10 Battle.net credit that can be used on the Blizzard storefront.
Essentially, it allows players to make a lot of gold quickly or effectively play the game for free by purchasing Tokens. Thanks to this item, those who choose to get Battle.net credit can also theoretically purchase other games or expansions from Blizzard.
There are a few rules and restrictions that come with these items to help maintain a healthy market and curb potential abuse by bots.
First, you cannot trade, mail, bank, destroy, or sell this item to a vendor; these items can only be sold in the Auction House. In that same vein, Tokens bought from the Auction House canRead more on gamepur.com