How to Go About Your Blizzard Refund Quickly

Blizzard (also known as Blizzard Battle.net) is a U.S. video game developer and publisher based in California. It is most famous for the creation of World of Warcraft, the largely popular online role-playing game. 

In 2019, it was reported that in total, all of Blizzard’s games had 32 million monthly active users.

How to Request a Refund on Blizzard With DoNotPay

If applying for a refund directly through the vendor sounds like a pain to you, we hear you. The great news is that DoNotPay has developed the perfect shortcut for any refund process.

Follow these easy instructions:

  1. Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser or on your iOS device
  2. Click on Get Protected under the Chargeback Instantly button
  3. Answer the questions that our chatbot will ask (about your bank, the product from Blizzard you want to get a refund for, and other key details)
  4. Verify your signature and submit the request

Once DoNotPay is equipped with all the required information, we will immediately fax the refund request to your bank. As a bonus, we will refer to all relevant VISA and Mastercard codes and regulations that will help you quickly obtain the refund. 

If you want to get in touch with the vendor directly, DoNotPay can contact them on your behalf, too.

Manage a Blizzard Refund Request On Your Own

Blizzard doesn’t have a transparent refund policy, which means that their customer service team looks at refund requests on a case-by-case basis. You are more likely to obtain a refund if you haven’t used the product and if too much time hasn’t elapsed since you made the purchase.

You can get in touch with their customer service members either through their website or phone.

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Phone

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On a related note, find out how to cancel your World of Warcraft subscription on Blizzard.

Request a Blizzard Game Refund Over the Phone 

Reach out to a Blizzard customer service team over the phone by calling 800-592-5499. Please note that you will only be able to leave a voicemail. In your message, make sure that you describe what product or service you would like a refund for, and why.

Request a Blizzard Game Refund on the Website

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to seek a refund through Blizzard’s website:

  1. Go to Blizzard’s home page
  2. Go to My Account in the top right corner
  3. Sign in to your account
  4. Select the Support link at the top of the page
  5. Click on the icon for the product you would like a refund for
  6. Select the Payments icon
  7. Hit the Contact Support icon
  8. Describe your request for a refund in the text box
  9. Click on Continue 
  10. Provide additional information if needed 
  11. Submit your refund request

How to Get a Refund for Warcraft III: Reforged

In May 2020, Blizzard made an exception to their usual stand on compensation and officially announced it would be allowing refunds for Warcraft III: Reforged. 

After releasing the remake of the classic real-time strategy title from 2002, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Blizzard was inundated by harsh criticism from fans. The most common complaints included subpar graphics, bugs, and missing features. In response, the company implemented a no-questions-asked refund policy about the game.

Here is the statement in full:

“Blizzard stands by the quality of our products and our services. Normally we set limits for refund availability on a game based on time since purchase and whether it has been used. However, we want to give players the option of a refund if they feel that Warcraft III: Reforged does not provide the experience they wanted. So, we’ve decided to allow refunds upon request for the time being. You may request a refund here on our Support Site.”

To request a refund for Warcraft III: Reforged, go to Blizzard’s Support Site and follow the instructions provided. 

What Is Blizzard’s Refund Policy?

Blizzard doesn’t have a set-up refund policy, but judges refund requests independently. The only time refunds are mentioned in their End User License Agreement is related to their Blizzard Balance feature:

“Regardless of how it is acquired, Blizzard Balance is non-transferable to another person or Account, does not accrue interest, is not insured by any government entity, and, unless otherwise required by law or permitted by this Agreement, is not redeemable or refundable for any sum of money or monetary value from Blizzard at any time.”

What’s the Average Blizzard Refund Time?

Other users have noted that it typically takes a couple of weeks for Blizzard to decide whether you’re eligible for a refund or not.

Are There Any Issues With Blizzard’s Refunds?

The problem with Blizzard’s refunds is that they are at the discretion of the company’s customer service reps. This means that, based on the circumstances of your purchase, you may or may not get your money back. What’s good is that many users who asked for a refund received a prompt response from customer support. This Reddit user has copied the reply they received from Blizzard in full:

“Although we don’t explicitly offer refunds, we will always do our best to help with support requests. If a purchase was made and the request is immediately submitted thereafter, there’s a good chance we can help. If the request for a refund is made even several days past when a product is purchased through us, we likely will not offer the refund.”

To conclude⁠—there is no guarantee you will get your money back from Blizzard, but it doesn’t hurt to ask.

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This is what our Free Trial Card does:

  • Creates random credit card information (that looks like a legitimate card to the merchant)
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