Saturday, March 28, 2015

How WoW Loot Cards Work


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. WoW loot cards are very rare and in high demand since they supply your character with items that will make others look twice and wonder where you got it from.

The best deals on these rare WoW loot cards are found on eBay. You will always find the latest and cheapest for bidding or purchase below.

All WoW Loot Cards by Expansion


Floating Spellbook
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  $9.90 USD
Dark Portal Hearthstone
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  $99.89 USD
Ghostly Charger
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  $134.99 USD
Eye of the Legion
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  $9.95 USD
Demon Hunter's Aspect
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  $87.99 USD
Spurious Sarcophagus
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  $59.69 USD
Vicious Grell
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  $7.99 USD
Magical Ogre Idol
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  $64.95 USD
Corrupted Hippogryph
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  $194.95 USD
Bloat the Bubble Fish
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  $8.99 USD
Throwing Starfish
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  $32.99 USD
Wasteland Tallstrider
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  $144.99 USD
Nightsaber Cub
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  $16.66 USD
Amani Dragonhawk
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  $141.99 USD
Landro's Lichling
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  $7.99 USD
War Party Hitching Post
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  $27.99 USD
Landro's Lil' XT
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  $12.13 USD
Grim Campfire
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  $96.99 USD
Wooly White Rhino
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  $178.88 USD
Statue Generator
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  $79.99 USD
Blazing Hippogryph
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  $220.88 USD
Spectral Kitten
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  $89.99 USD
Path of Cenarius
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  $4.19 USD
El Pollo Grande
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  $399.99 USD
Sandbox Tiger
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  $2.30 USD
Center of Attention
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  $33.00 USD
Foam Sword Rack
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  $59.69 USD
The Footsteps of Illidan
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  $5.99 USD
Disco Inferno!
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  $69.69 USD
Ethereal Plunderer
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  $109.99 USD
Papa Hummel's Pet Biscuit
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  $2.88 USD
Personal Weather Maker
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  $49.99 USD
X-51 Nether-Rocket
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  $239.99 USD
Paper Airplane
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  $16.99 USD
Robotic Homing Chicken
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  $58.48 USD
Rest and Relaxation
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  $17.99 USD
Fortune Telling
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  $78.99 USD
Landro Longshot
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  $53.99 USD
Thunderhead Hippogryph
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  $39.88 USD
Saltwater Snapjaw
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  $141.99 USD

About The Heroes of Azeroth Expansion


October 2006 won't just be remembered for the introduction of cross-realm battlegrounds and the intense, objective-based world PvP in Eastern Plaguelands and Silithus (just kidding), but it also marks the date that UpperDeck Entertainment (UDE) released the first installment of the WoW Trading Card Game (TCG). "Heroes of Azeroth" was an instant success. The first print run was sold out within days, and therefore UDE had to commission a second and much larger printing run. By combining an established, well-loved and rich lore of the WoW universe, with the wildly successful online game, UDE and Blizzard had found a winning combination.

One of the ongoing contributors to the WoW TCG success story are the randomly inserted loot cards. This article will focus on the first WoW TCG release Heroes of Azeroth, and its three loot cards in ascending rarity: