Introducing Humble Choice – replacing Humble Monthly


Humble Monthly is getting replaced by Humble Choice, a new, pricier subscription, but unlike Monthly and its mystery games, you’ll be able to see – and choose which games you want.

So what does that mean for me?

Well, if you’re grandfathered in, you’ll keep paying the same price. Prices for new subscribers are tiered at $5 per month Lite, $15 per month Basic, $20 per month Premium, and $12 per month Classic, which can only be accessed if you’re a subscriber to Humble Monthly before Humble Choice replaces Humble Monthly sometime this year.

How do I make sure I get the Classic plan?

If you want to get the Classic plan you will need to ensure that you are currently an active subscriber of Humble Monthly prior to the launch of Humble Choice. If your subscription is paused when Humble Choice has launched you will still be converted over to the Classic plan. You can check your subscription status here (or check out this support article for help) to make sure you are an active subscriber or make the necessary adjustments to subscribe!

Introducing Humble Choice - replacing Humble Monthly

How much will I pay under a Classic plan?

Under the Classic plan, you will retain the same price that you paid for Humble Monthly. This is broken down below:

PlanPrice Per MonthTotal Price
Monthly$12$12
3-Month$11.66$35
6-Month$11.16$67
12-Month$11$132

 

What are the benefits of a Classic plan?

Through the Classic plan, you will retain the best deal of all moving forward with Humble Choice. This includes the following:

  • $12 a month price point from Humble Monthly (or your current multi-month pricing).
  • 10 curated games to keep every month (compared to 9 from the Premium plan).
  • Full access to the Humble Trove.
  • Up to a 20% Humble Store discount.
  • Unlimited access to published Humble Originals and betas.

5 COMMENTS

  1. So Classic = Basic or Premium? Can we get a matrix chart of what gets what as this is a touch confusing as to what the *** the Classic plan will get under the over-complicated new structure.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here