Those who earned Classic Arena Points in WoW: Burning Crusade in the last weeks and months were able to buy especially great epics from arena vendors for these points, which are made for PvP (and are also a great alternative for raids and dungeons). The only bummer was that many of the epic items were quite expensive, plus you had to reach a pre-set arena rating for weapons and shoulder pieces.
If you still have a few Arena points to spare, there's good news for you! When Arena Season 1 ends(i.e., tonight, September 7, at 10:00 p.m.), you'll be able to purchase all PvP items (whether for Honor or Arena Points) at significantly reduced prices until the start of Arena Season 2 on September 15, and there will no longer be a rating requirement for epic weapons and shoulder pieces.
US players have already started enjoying the discount weeks, as the Arena season ended there a few hours ago. Celda reports on Reddit how the prices have developed:
- Chest piece, helmet and pants cost only 900 Arena Points instead of 1,875 Arena Points.
- The epic gloves are available for 500 Arena Points (instead of 1,125 Arena Points).
- (Main hand) weapons should cost between 1,300 and 1,500 Arena Points.
The discount is thus once again a whole corner higher than last on the PTR. There, there was "only" a discount of about 20 percent. In the comments, some players are already complaining because Blizzard did not communicate the amount of the discount earlier. Because then one would have saved the one or other purchase.
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