Starting with the Diablo III beta test, a new feature called Balance was made available to store virtual currency purchased with real money to buy game-related services (character transfers, digital products like companions, and items in Diablo III's real-money auction house). The feature was released in the US region on February 6, 2012. A couple of days later on February 8, 2012, the feature was release for the Europe region. As of February 2017, a Wow token01 [WoW Token] could be traded for $15 USD / €13 EUR / £10 GBP of Balance.[1]

The Balance is accessed from account management settings (upper right).

At the Shop Edit

You can apparently use your Balance to purchase at the Shop.[citation needed]

At the Blizzard Store Edit

It could not be used to purchase from the Blizzard Store[2] and was still true as of Sep 2013,[3] but not after the Shop changeover.

References Edit

  1. ^ Blizzard Entertainment 2017-02-06. Trade a WoW® Token for Balance. World of Warcraft official game site (US).
          Blizzard Entertainment 2017-02-07. Trade a WoW® Token for Balance. World of Warcraft official game site (EU).
  2. ^ Blizzard Entertainment 2013-03-08. Balance FAQ (Article ID: 783). Support (US).
       Blizzard Entertainment 2013-03-09. Balance FAQ (Article ID: 783). Support (EU).
  3. ^ Blizz Hagut 2013-09-02. #3 - Battle net balance?. Official Support > Customer Support forum (EU)As stated in the FAQ (and quoted by Doomsinger), I'm afraid you can't use balance for Blizzard Store purchases.

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Use of Balance requires access to Account Management.