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Computer softwar i have world of warcraft do i have to pay for it

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It is 15$ a mont using a credit card and using game cards it is 30$ for 2 months.

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Actually, depending on which rotue you take, it ranges from $12.99 a month to $14.99 a month. Payment options are as followed.
$14.99 per month. Requires credit or debit card.
$41.97 per three months. ($13.99 per month) Requires credit or debit card.
$77.94 per six months. ($12.99 per month) Requires credit or debit card.
or you can use the game card option usually sold at your local Wal-mart, Target or Best Buy.
Which is at regular price 29.99 + state tax per two months. ($14.985 per month w/o tax)

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Yes you have to pay for it i beleve it is $7.00 to $10.00 a mont

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