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  1. Shyanne1

    Shyanne1 Guest

    Just wondering if what I read in another post is accurate information. Will EA Land become integrated with Pogo.com? I have an account but wondered if there might be an advantage to become a premium club pogo member. Does anyone have information on this or can you lead me in the right direction? Also, if anyone is a member of club pogo is it worth it to subscribe or is being a free player just as good.
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I suspect that if EA Land is going to be linked to pogo.com, then it will involve the free games there... as far as advantages of Club Pogo membership... there are a lot of games that you can only play if you have the membership OR if you have an AOL account. With ONLY the membership, however, you have opportunities to earn badges, etc... just a little extra perk and weekly goals to shoot for.
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

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    Just wondering if what I read in another post is accurate information. Will EA Land become integrated with Pogo.com? I have an account but wondered if there might be an advantage to become a premium club pogo member. Does anyone have information on this or can you lead me in the right direction? Also, if anyone is a member of club pogo is it worth it to subscribe or is being a free player just as good.

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    I've been a Club Pogo subscriber for almost as long as I've been in TSO/EAL. I like the weekly challenges they give out, I find it a great boredom buster for those long hours of skilling when you don't have any reason to go fully afk....and at $40 a year for unlimited access it can't be beat for entertainment value.....comes out to what...10 or 15 cents a day, something like that?
     
  4. pchypie2008

    pchypie2008 Guest

    i totally agree with you there
    om also a club pogo member have been for long time
    just love it and the challenges fun to do and the club member only games
    so much fun and it is a great deal and they are always adding new stuff
    would be neat if ealand tied in with pogo and offered discounts or something
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I too am a pogo paid member and if you take notice on your account page with TSO.. I believe EA own's pogo. [​IMG]
     
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    EA owns pogo. My first TSO account was made by using my pogo account info from 2002.
     
  7. BearlyWrong

    BearlyWrong Guest

    Yes I do the same thing . any tso account can be logged into pogo same user name as password. To play free games. You still have to pay seperately to play pay games on pogo
     
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

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    EA owns pogo. My first TSO account was made by using my pogo account info from 2002.

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