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Originally posted by Roxtarr Were the shipping restrictions mentioned on the contest page? Just curious.
No. It was linked in the OP.
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MMORPG.com has partnered with Blizzard Entertainment to give away six copies of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria along with three SIGNED copies of the expansion's Collector's Edition!
Originally posted by Raven322 I can't help but feel that this is my fault. I'm using ad-blocking software and the revenue I would have generated probably would have covered your shipping. So really, this isn't MMORPG's fault, this is all our faults for greedily wishing to not be spammed by advertising.
I use adblocker too, but I made an exception for mmorpg.com. The ads just aren't that bad on this site. I don't mind the game ads anyways, and I also like to support certain website in any small way I can.
Originally posted by Nadia Originally posted by Paske I won a copy of standard MoP. Today I received this message from MMORPG staff: "Hi there! Unfortunately, we are not going to be able to honor your prize due to associated shipping costs. Please accept our apologies! Regards, Michael Bitton Community Manager, MMORPG.com http://www.mmorpg.com/ email@example.com"
maybe they can open the box and email you the game key?
This seems to be the most logical and easiest solution
I even click on some of the boo...I mean ads...so dont go blaming me.
So did all of the first price winners just happen to be in the US... .. .
If not i feel sorry that winner.
This have been a good conversation
Originally posted by BrokenSpoon I guess there is something you can do!! Talk with MMORPG directly in regards to having serial codes transferred. This way you should be able to attach it to your battle.net and thus not miss out on your game.. I know the novelty of not having the box will be slightly revoked. But MMORPG should honour your prize! Let’s hope you get your prize!
This ^ ^
Pardon my English as it is not my 1st language
hmmm apparently it's expensive to ship to croatia.
I'm looking at costs from about 150 us dollars. And that's for a regular FedEx envelope.
However, if they send it US mail and claim it as documents it can be as little as 10.35 (guestimate on the Croatian city of Bada (?)) though there might not be a way of tracking it.
Tell them to send it:First-Class Mail® International Large Envelope (1 pounds 0 ounces), take it out of the box. This is if you want what's inside.
Otherwise they can just give you the key as was suggested.
First-Class Mail® International Large Envelope**
Wow. I can't believe that. I'm really shocked that they didn't even offer you the digital copy....or at least offer to open the boxed game and email you the cd key.
If I was in charge, I would remove whoever made this decision. It was a very poor choice and shows that he or she could give two craps about their users.
It's the thought that counts!
Cherish the fact that you finally won something here!
Michael "MikeB" BittonCommunity ManagerTwitter: @eMikeB