Can You Get a WoW Classic Free Trial?

Launched in 2004, World of Warcraft (WoW) has since become one of the best-known massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) in the world. The game had, at one point, 12 million monthly active users roaming through its fantastical virtual landscape.

The owner behind WoW is Blizzard (also known as Blizzard Battle.net), a U.S. company specializing in video game development and publishing. 

In 2019, 32 million monthly active users were playing Blizzard’s games, including World of Warcraft.

Does World of Warcraft Classic Have a Free Trial?

No, World of Warcraft Classic doesn’t come with a free trial. 

The original version of the world-famous game comes included in the World of Warcraft subscription. It’s good to know that WoW Classic comes at no additional cost to the main WoW subscription.

While there is no free trial of the WoW subscription, you can try out the standard game at no cost. No credit card details are required, and there is no time limit to how long you can play for free. All you need is a Blizzard account and an internet connection.

Certain limitations do apply, including:

  • You can only play to level 20 (out of 110)
  • No access to voice chat or real ID
  • No access to expansion content

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What You Need to Know About the Word of Warcraft Free Trial

While there is no free trial as such, you can play World of Warcraft at zero cost as part of the Starter Edition. 

Follow these steps:

  1. Go to the WoW page on the Blizzard Shop website
  2. Click on the Play for Free button on the right
  3. Wait for the game to be downloaded automatically
  4. Install and set up the game on your device
  5. Create or sign in with your Blizzard account
  6. Start playing!

Can You Get a Refund for Your WoW Paid Subscription?

That depends. Blizzard doesn’t have an open refund policy—instead, their customer service team assesses refund requests on a case-by-case basis. 

It’s more likely you will get your money back if you haven’t played the game at all, or if it hasn’t been too long since you paid for the subscription.

Learn more about how to get a Blizzard refund.

How Much Is the Paid Subscription of World of Warcraft?

If you’ve tried out World of Wordcraft as part of the free Starter Edition and are now ready to shell out some extra dollars to enjoy additional features, here’s what you need to know. 

Compared to the free Starter Edition, a paid WoW subscription allows you to:

  • Discover six exclusive expansions 
  • Lead your followers on a quest to save Azeroth
  • Get all the way to Level 110 and discover new ways to play
  • Reveal a variety of PvP (Player vs Player) content
  • Access social features like guilds, in-game chat, and the Auction House

A paid WoW subscription can be yours at the following price points:

Plan

Price

One month

$14.99/month
Three months

$13.99/month

Six months

$12.99/month
One-off (valid for six months)

$77.94

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DoNotPay’s virtual credit card is equipped with an additional feature—a random email address that you can sign up with when you’re applying for any free trial. 

Here’s why you should use the DoNotPay-generated email address, as opposed to your own:

  • This will prevent spam emails from cluttering your inbox, like random marketing newsletters and surveys from the company in question
  • It will also disable the company from following your location or studying how you interact with their emails

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