Reliability is a trait that is quite hard to find when buying World of Warcraft gold, but InGameDelivery seems to deliver it in spades, which has helped push the Canadian seller to the top of the satisfaction rankings at MMOBUX.com with a 9.9/10 rating.
Delivery speed is relatively fast with the most orders fulfilled within 24 hours, and a big chunk of those satisfied within an hour or faster. Customers get the option to pick up their gold based on their convenience, choosing from face-to-face transfer, game inbox delivery, to auction house transactions.
If for any reason you want to get your money back through a refund such as the odd times when you may get a slower-than-usual delivery, then you can simply ask so. Many sites also advertise a full refund policy but InGameDelivery is one of the few that actually tries to return your money without making you jump through a ring of fire (although there will still be a processing time.) Customer service is similarly excellent and is not surprising given that the company is based in Canada and has access to superior English-speaking support agents.
It does seem like InGameDelivery.com rises above most other sellers in delivery speed and customer support, but this does come with a cost: Its World of Warcraft Gold prices are the second-most expensive in this list with a selling rate of US$19.91 per 50,000 World of Warcraft gold on Aegwynn Alliance server. But the premium appears to be something that many customers are gladly paying to get superior service.
Don’t let this KoalaCredits.com looks deceive you. The cute koala bears scattered around the website might alarm you – you think this is not a seller you can take seriously – but it actually hops around most of the competition when it comes to delivering customer satisfaction. The site is second in the satisfaction rankings at MMOBUX.com with a 9.0/10 rating, and much of this comes from their excellent World of Warcraft service.
Praise for KoalaCredits.com revolves around it expedient gold delivery, smooth transaction process and responsive customer support. Gold is sent to players in as fast as 15 minutes, and it is a rarity when deliveries take more than 24 hours, which makes them very dependable for levelers, raiders and auction house buyers.
The site does share a similar drawback with InGameDelivery by being one of the more expensive sellers in the market. In fact, out of the five sellers in this list, KoalaCredits.com is the most expensive with a selling rate of US$22.03 per 50,000 World of Warcraft gold on Aegwynn Alliance server. Still, gamers with a bit more dime to spend might consider the extra cost worth it to enjoy a better shopping experience.
Avatarbank.com is making a name for itself as a no-fuss seller of World of Warcraft gold. Fans of this site laud its smooth ordering process, where you always know the status of your order, and get quick alerts and responses should you need them to make a buying decision. This suave service has helped lift the site to third in the satisfaction rankings at MMOBUX.com with a 8.5/10 rating.
This site also gets a lot of compliments for its surprising speed, even for very large gold orders. Most deliveries are completed within 24 hours, and some customers report getting their gold in as fast as 10 minutes. Speed is of the essence, especially for players with limited playtime and patience for waiting.
Avatarbank.com has reasonable prices, with a selling rate ofUS$17.58 per 50,000 World of Warcraft gold on Aegwynn Alliance server. You can find a couple of cheaper sellers later on the list, although if you are planning to place a particularly large order, then sticking to this site should be your best bet.
Guy4game.com is a seller that is very popular among World of Warcraft fans because of its appealing balance in affordability and professional service. Among the sellers in this list, Guy4game.com is second to the cheapest with a selling rate of US$14.99 per 50,000 World of Warcraft gold on Aegwynn Alliance server. It seems to keep its price low because of a rock-solid supply network for World of Warcraft gold and a large customer base that the seller has built over the past decade.
While it does fall to the wayside when it comes to customer service – its live help is only online for eight hours during 10 AM to 6 AM EST, for example, compared to round-the-clock availability in others – orders are handled with care. Chat support agents also appear to be trained extensively to respond in a clear and concise manner. It is of little surprise then that the site is fourth in the satisfaction rankings at MMOBUX.com with a 7.7/10 rating.
Bank of WoW
If you think cheap and substandard service are an either-or choice, then BankOfWow.com would like to have a word with you. This seller of World of Warcraft gold prides itself in keeping its rates very low, at US$13.30 per 50,000 World of Warcraft gold on Aegwynn Alliance server, to be exact as of April 2016.
But even if it does sell gold at lower rates, the site does not scrimp on speed or support. It delivers around 57% percent of its orders within 24 hours, 40% after 24 hours but within 48 hours, and a small 3% after 48 hours. This is obviously slower than other sellers on this list, but the cheaper prices mean that the site is a perfect choice for gamers that simply want to stock up on gold for future spending.
Live help support is available 24/7 and it offers a full refund when deliveries are later than usual. It does a decent enough job on servicing – the site is fourth in the satisfaction rankings at MMOBUX.com with a 7.4/10 rating – which combined with its cheaper prices results in great value for money.