Game Box Monthly

Game Box Monthly

$25.00

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Game Box Monthly is a subscription box that sends you a different indie tabletop game or expansion each month. When subscribers sign up, Game Box Monthly asks them what games they already own so Game Box Monthly never sends a subscriber something they already have. Some previous games sent include Castle Panic, Boss Monster, Gloom, and Skull. Free shipping included.

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Game Box Monthly is a fraud. At best, their games are the sort you would find for $3-5 in the discount bin at Walmart. In some cases, they are good for one play as a lark. More often, you would not even take them for free because they are so bad. Also, don't be fooled by the low price. You will be asked to pay $30 for shipping costs when you sign up for the 3 month Groupon deal. You will be forced to give them your credit card number in the process. As a result, if you forget to cancel your subscription, they will auto renew it for 6 months at an exorbitant cost. Even if you cancel after the auto renewal, you will get NOTHING back and be forced to receive terrible games for another 6 months against your will. If you received your Groupon as a gift, you may receive an email stating that gifts will not auto renew. DON'T BE FOOLED. They are just trying to trick you into letting your account auto renew and stealing more money from you. The games are just not worth $140.18. This is a terrible deal and a terrible company. Here are my terms and conditions for them: I will be posting this negative review wherever I am able up to 140 times. If by that 140 times they have not refunded the amount they stole from me, their "subscription" will auto-renew for another 140 times. DO NOT BUY THE GROUPON. It is not even worth $15. If you are buying it as a gift, the recipient will pay $30 for shipping, and may even get tricked into having to pay $140.
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Nick Smidstra

on 6/2/2017
 
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