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Guild Wars 2 Black Friday Sales And Bonus XP Revealed

Guild Wars 2 Black Friday sale is here, and you can claim up to 50% discounts on various deals.
Guild Wars 2 Black Friday Sales And Bonus XP Revealed

If you are a Guild Wars 2 fan, you must be eagerly waiting for its Black Friday sales, and the wait is finally over as NCSOFT has revealed all the limited-time period deals you will be getting. Guild Wars expansions are at a huge discount as you can get Expansions 1: Heart of Thorns and Expansions 2: Path of Fire for £12.99 while its original price used to be £25.99.

In addition to this, Expansion 3: End of Dragons is available at a 20% discount that effectively takes the cost down to £20.79. You can claim all the deals on the official website of Guild Wars; however, you will have to be quick, as these are available till November 29. 

Apart from this, you will also be able to claim some of the popular in-game items and account upgrade at cheaper rates during the Guild Wars 2 Black Friday sale by going to the Gem Story daily. You will also get a free Heroic Booster during this period. 

If you purchase Guild Wars 2 - The Complete Collection, which contains every piece of story content released since 2012, you will get a 20% discount, effectively costing you £69.59. In addition to this, you will also get two Level-80 boosts that will let you level up any two characters. 

If you already own everything listed above, you can still log into the game every day to get the following bonuses:

  • +50% Experience (All Sources)
  • +30% Magic Find
  • +30% to PvP Reward Track Gains
  • +30% to WvW Reward Track Gains

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