so it looks like 10 hours and NOT 10 days.said:Got a mate who hasn't played WoW yet? Blizzard are in the process of giving out free 10 hour packs to new players (through their friends which already play WoW). If your mate signs up, you get a free month!
WoW sitesaid:Check your inbox for the Recruit-A-Friend e-mail! - Sun on 10/21/05
We are in the process of sending out e-mails to every U.S. subscriber to World of Warcraft. Each of these e-mails contains one 10-Day Guest Pass Key you can use to recruit a friend into the game. If your friend then becomes a paying subscriber to World of Warcraft, then you will receive a FREE 30-Day Credit to your World of Warcraft account. So be sure to check your inbox over the next couple of days for your Recruit-A-Friend e-mail!
If you can find the beta somewhere, you can use that. Maybe FilePlanet has it.chaos86 said:anybody know a way for me to get ISOs of the CDs or DVD for this game. I've been leeching for 5 days now and I'm only at about 30%. anybody know where I can find an activatable demo or just the ISO's to download or maybe someone could just host them on a large file server for me?
nope, couldn't find the beta anywhere on fileplanet or through google. i think they pulled it after the full version came out. anyone still have the beta? or anyone feel like being generous to me and ISO the install discs for me?AoWolf said:If any one here wants one of the free ten day trials PM me. Heck Ill even give you a few gold if you make an account off the trail code
this whole marketting scheme is based of people giving other people copies of the software. how can bliz expect people to get their friends hooking on WoW without copying the software?SilentPanda said:Says who? Far as I know it is still illegal.
You still need to buy the key. You can't even utilise the key on a used game if it has been activated. Once the key is used, it belongs to that account and the account doesn't expire, even if you stop paying.chaos86 said:this whole marketting scheme is based of people giving other people copies of the software.