1 grand? damn...
Well, that's out of my reach, so much for getting my hopes up Green Lantern.
This post was from a user who has deleted their account.
Damm, already out of my range. :( I can see it going high, but it should start low!
"Item InformationEstimated Value $2,500.00 "that does not seem right
Why dont they just sell tickets at like $50 a pop? Id do that... then either raffle each item or the whole basket. guarantee you will make more money
I have a friend who works at Best Buy and whenever she sees any WoW collector's editions she calls me.I have made well over $5,000 selling them (in about 3 years). The original set sells (on ebay) for over $500 every single time.
When did I say auction night? How hard would it be to sell tickets at $50 with a number and one night just send out emails or whatever to the winners. much better than having richie richs bidding on this stuff
Wow, and just guess how much whiners we had for the Celestial Horse which only costed $25... I'm actually surprised to see that those retards didn't show up here yet!Either way though, paying $1000 for WoW items is just rediculous. You'd have to be a real, real big addict to actually spend so much money on this game.
It seems that I'm the "real big addict" since I just placed the opening bid. Wish me luck gents.
lol so blizzard notices they made a crapload of money off the celestials they are trying to create good image by putting up some rares for auction that that would help benefit a cause. The problem this auction is based of there subscribers.... So they gave you some rares that are worthless in the end while they are sitting in there offices laughing because they just got credit for donating to charity which in reality they didn't.. the subscriber did in exchange for what? Non-sellable items.... I pitty the fool!Taking credit when none should be givenIt's getting to obvious now Blizzard! I still love ya though :)
Not exactly what I meant, but I assume you are right.My original point was that the price was lower than what I would expect, as I'm pretty sure I've read (...somewhere...) that average price ( ~ price of 'n' TGC ... packs or whatever, where the chance of getting the tiger is 1 in 'n') of the tiger alone was well over 2K, maybe even 2K5. That made the listed price seem low, not cheap, but lower than it could be (possibly) worth.
Why do they have to be an addict? Why can't they be someone who has the money to bid on it and chooses to spend their money that way? Why does there seem to be this idea that WoW players can't be financially successful individuals?Congrats to whomever the winner may be. I only wish I were in a position to be able to seriously bid for such an item.