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Do wow loot cards still work?

Do wow loot cards still work?

Loot codes do not expire, we continue to successfully redeem codes created as early as 2006. In-game items obtained from loot codes do not expire.

What are wow loot cards?

Loot cards are rare versions of the World of Warcraft trading card game (TCG) cards which also contain a scratch-off code. These loot codes are entered into the World of Warcraft promotion website to redeem unique in-game items, such as a pets, mounts, tabards, and many other items.

What loot cards are in Scourgewar?

Loot cards

  • Tiny. Say hello to our newest little friend.
  • Tuskarr Kite. One of the coolest factions to make their appearance in Wrath of the Lich King, the Tuskarr are a Walrus-like species of humanoids that like to fish.
  • Spectral Tiger Cub.

How much are World of Warcraft cards worth?

WoW Loot Cards Price Guide | TCGplayer

PRODUCT Rarity Listed Median
Fortune Telling (LOOT) L $79.99
Goblin Gumbo (LOOT) L $27.99
Gone Fishin (LOOT) L $125.00
King Mukla (LOOT) L $47.00

Will WoW TCG come back?

“As some of you may already be aware, we will not be renewing the World of Warcraft: The Trading Card Game license with Upper Deck. We want to assure you that we are committed to supporting the TCG, and players can look forward to new content and strong organized play support in the near future.

What are the most expensive World of Warcraft cards?

Spectral Tiger is the rarest card in the Word of Warcraft Trading Card game, appearing in only 1 out of every 484 booster packs. The Ally card is part of the Fires of Outland expansion and is value at nearly $900 (US) in mint or near-mint condition.

How do you tell the rarity of a WoW card?

The color of the collector number printed on a card indicates its rarity, using a system similar to that of the online game: white for common, green for uncommon, blue for rare, purple for epic, and orange for legendary.