World of Warcraft and expansions are on sale until November 30

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 24 November 2010 22:20 GMT

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Blizzard is having a Black Friday sale of its own, so to speak, and has put its World of Warcraft offerings on sale.

From now until November 30, if you order through Battle.net, you’ll get the original World of Warcraft and The Burning Crusade for just $5 each, and Wrath of the Lich King is $10. That’s cheap.

The prices are the same on the Blizzard Store if you would like to give the gift of WoW as well.

WoW’s latest expansion, Cataclysm, launches on December 7 and will run you $39.99 for the standard version.

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