Get $20 store credit by signing up for 12 months of Humble’s monthly games bundle
Plus you'll only have to pay for 11 months instead of the full year.
Of all the video game subscription services you can sign up for these days, Humble Bundle's monthly games program is arguably the best.
Like Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus, Humble's service gets you a generous helping of free games every month – albeit for PC instead of Xbox One or PS4 – but the value inherent in Humble's offering is so much greater. Not only are the included games often newer and of a higher pedigree than their console brethren, you get to keep them indefinitely even if you cancel your Humble Monthly subscription. Coupled with the fact that a portion of your subscription fee goes to charity, Humble's offering is simply a more well-rounded package for the budget-conscious gamer.
The folks over at Humble aren't ones to rest on their laurels, though, and they've sweetened their already excellent deal by throwing in US$20 bonus credit to spend at the Humble Store with all 12-month Humble Monthly subscriptions. Purchasing the full year already scores you a discount rate of US$11 per month, effectively getting you one month of the service for free, and this offer only makes the deal that much more appealing.
A 12-month Humble Monthly subscription will set you back US$132/AUD$168.28, with the US$20 bonus credit going straight into your Humble wallet. Being a Humble Monthly subscriber also scores you 10% off any purchases from the Humble Store, effectively turning that US$20 credit into US$22. The bonus credit offer won't stick around forever, so be sure to sign up soon to take advantage of this impressive deal.
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