And the guys selling watches on the street usually don't advertise themselves through 3rd party portals where customers can leave comments about their purchasing experience.
Anyway, I don't really care whether someone pays Blizz 60eu or not. If you feel better paying them directly, then go ahead, no one is forcing you to take any risks. It's a bit funny, though, like when you see pedestrians waiting for the stoplight to turn green at 4am, when there are no cars or cops anywhere near. Nothing against them, it's just a bit silly.
Last edited by lhzr; 07-05-2012 at 01:16 PM.
Can you recommend a cd key site you had good experience with ?
Last edited by lhzr; 07-05-2012 at 02:11 PM.
I dont know.
Buying CD-Key from dodgy sites still sounds like more trouble than its worth.
Got my Starcraft 2 EU cd-key from a key reseller. Seemed sketchy but no problems so far. The odd thing was their office out of like Utah or Nevada and you calling them to verify the order. They did not answer like a customer service dept. As said no problems.
Seeing how Diablo has Global Play, possible to get someone to buy you the key in a cheaper region. I assume you just need to change your b.net account to a address in that region. (did that for my EU key). Tho my Taiwan key you did not need an address. (You get a key via gamecard points).
And of course, the claim that RMAH is not available for the Inferno difficulty is totally false and utter bullshit.
I wouldn't spend $80 on a game that I'm not sure I'd like. Blizzard games, like Call of Duty and the likes, don't often go on sale though, and their longevity (in the case of Blizzard) means the price often doesn't come down quite as fast as with most other games.
Good luck finding a better price - I'm quite sure there has to be one.
I consider £25 plus shipping to be standard price for games tbh.
Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.
Can't someone buy it in Europe with amazon and send it to you ? At 42 euro it's gonna be cheaper than retail in Israel it would seem.