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New Friends of SWTOR Program Live (New Rewards)

  The new and improved “Friends Of SWTOR Program” is now live with great new rewards! Rewards are retroactive even though they said this would not be the case – which is awesome. What is less awesome is the   “within 14 days of signing up” limitation on getting your rewards. Some people referred friends at the launch of the Hutt Cartel expansion but they were unable to play it due to school/work/etc. Now that they’re able to actually play and have the desire to subscribe, I find that I won’t be getting anything for telling them about this game since it’s WAY past 14 days. I guess it’s not too bad though. I’d rather have people to play with than a bunch of droids. Though that speeder would have been nice…   Step 1 – Invite Your Friends As an active Subscriber, you have a personal referral link to send to your friends! Refer…

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Changes to the Friends of SWTOR program

Courtney Woods has some news regarding the refer a friend program. The program will stop on July 12th, and it will no longer be possible to get the current rewards. As someone who have 8 max-level characters — That speeder you received when a friend joined via your invitation, have saved me a massive amount of credits that would have otherwise been spent on speeder training. Whatever they do to the referral program, it’s going to be hard to top what they have in place now. Here’s to hoping they nail this one! Check out the statement below: Hey Everyone, Just wanted to clear things up about some of the changes coming to the Friends of SWTOR program. Starting June 11th, we began our “transition time” and you are no longer able to refer friends. If you had referred a friend before June 11th, they have until July 12th to…

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SWTOR gives players 25 friend invites

EDIT. If you are looking for trail accounts, or you have one to give away, go to our forum and share/request   I was super excited to hear we were going to get friend invites for SWTOR. Then once I saw it was limited to three, I was a bit bummed. There were so many people I wanted to give invites to- my mother wanted to try it, my sister, some gamer friends online, other relatives… how would I choose who would get my three? Well, BioWare really wants people to try out this game because they have now released the news that they will up that count to 25. Are you ready? Start inviting friends! ShackNews reports in more detail: Electronic Arts is awfully keen for you to try Star Wars: The Old Republic. After holding several free trial weekends, BioWare’s midichlorian-powered MMORPG has now doled out heaps more…

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