So, I just saw the new monthly bundle deal this month and I was wondering that since those games cost 12$ all together and on G2A more if you bought all 3 together, then what is the right price for the humble bundle monthly games in this website.

I know most people here measures the price of a game depending on the cost oh G2A and Humble Bundle deals.

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The monthly does give you 5 more games at the end of the month.
The price is what people will give you for it.
I wouldn't let any of the three go for less than 3 csgo keys each.

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I see.

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take in account quality and play ability. normal people can not sell on g2a anymore without a store so prices will be higher. if you can't get what you want just wait for the bundle to drop and after the cheap ones get taken they will come to you. all those games should rebound from the bundle fairly good. i would say god eater will do the best and maybe deus ex may do the worst.

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good point

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I don't fully understand your question, but do you mean they should be bundled? Usually this happens (well, it happened once so far with the monthlies AFAIK :D) retroactively, after the full bundle got revealed. So far, this bundle hasn't crossed that magical 95% discount-line, but looks like a high probability it could... we'll see when the rest will be revealed, I guess.

If you're asking about their price in keys, I really don't know since I don't trade.

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Im sorry. I forgot to add the last thing. "How much are they worth in trades?"

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No problem, figured that you rather meant it that way :D. Good luck with the trading!

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np thnx

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So that means there's a chance the games in this monthly might keep a "full value"? Interesting, didn't know there was a discount % threshold.

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Usually it is 4-8 dollars for the revealed game, depending on how good it is.
The rest are usually going for 0.50-2.50.
Since on G2A the site takes a hefty amount of the sale price, and casing out also carries fees, people cannot really sell under 1.00-1.50, even if it is a 3-cent crap, since they would get literally zero money on their account after cashing out and fee deduction. The trades page here does not carry any fees, so the prizes are closer to the real black market ones.

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Or you can get them through Group Buys and pay the real price or pretty damn close to it.

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This is exactly why I joined Group Buys.

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I've always wondered how do they set the prices based on desirability for Bundle Splits ?

Because XCom 2 or Dark Souls 3 obviously ain't worth the same as Maize or Emily is Away Too, so 12$ devided by the number of games is not an option.

Does the host just make up prices and the free market decides if those prices are fair ?

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For example, if people are selling Dark Souls 3 for 4$, then that's it's price. You can obviously adjust it a couple of cents down/up, but it has to remain around that price area. If the majority of the people sell the game for a certain price and you don't, you'll be called out and you'll have to adjust your price to that. You can't lowball either, meaning that you can't set the price for Dark Souls 3 for 2$, when you keep it as yours, as that results in the selling of the rest of the games for a higher price.

If the question is whether there is a strict way of determining a game's value, based on it's desirability, then no, there is not one. However, as talgaby already said, the prices range from 0.50 - 2.50 for the games in the core bundle while the revealed ones are a bit more expensive (as far as Monthlies go). For the normal bundles, it's price/amount of games = selling price. Even that though has it's exceptions from times to times when a certain game in a tier is way more desirable.

TL:DR: Prices are being set by the community on the premise of them being fair, as it is strictly a non profit group (with certain exceptions).

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^^ What Aseed said. If the group members don't like your pricing, they will let you know and you will have difficulty finding a buyer.

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I see. Thanks ;)

The only time I did a Bundle Split was my first Humble Monthly purchase where the host kept some isometic hack and slash RPG and sold me the rest of the Bundle for 9$.

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You're welcome! I don't buy games for myself anymore, so the only time I lurk there is to grab a thing or two to giveaway here :D

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It's a great group except for the abusers from times to times, whose posts are being called out immediately and are being shut down.

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I'm from Turkey and definitely that's not a reasonable price for me , so if you exchange 12 us dollars to turkish liras, it will be around 40 turkish liras (TL) and its same as paying 40 dollars in Usa :( You people are so damn lucky :((

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it is about RM46in Malaysia. It is about 46 Liras. You are lucky!

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damn!

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12$ is 71 kunas, which is the currency my country uses. I "win".

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If you want to play the "biggest number win" game, that's 1270 Japanese yens. ­čśë

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12 USD is over 164000 Indonesian rupiah, so I guess they win.

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But somehow I doubt Humble or Steam accepts that as a currency. :)

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12 usd is 45 liras but its a good deal, even with region prices you can't get these 3 games from steam for 45 liras . You should consider about to buy this.
When you check historical prices ;
God Eater 2 > 30 liras
Deus Ex > 15 liras
Mafia 3 > 44 liras

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Unless I'm reading you wrong, here's a thought (that will probably earn me some blacklists) :
Maybe don't buy bundles marked 'for personal use' with the intent of straight resale/trading as individual items.

Bundles of this quality are a great (and a somewhat rare) thing, so it'd be pretty cool if we didn't turn this into a "this is why he can't have nice things" situation. There's certainly more debate to be had about license ownerships with keys, with comparisons to physical copies of games and how things used to be borrowed and could be traded or sold second hand and whatnot, but this kind of stuff is what makes higher quality games usually steer entirely clear of bundles.

Call me naive, but I'm a little sad at the trend towards bundles consisting of games that look like first post-prototype projects. The respective owners are letting us gift the keys and not going full lockdown on keys being redeemed outside of a single account (despite executive meddling probably constantly angling for it), but it kind of hangs in the balance when bundles get treated merely as just a source of personal gain. Maybe that sounds weird to hear on a site devoted to gifting games (often bundle leftovers) but the line between unwanted leftovers and deliberate, calculated purchases for personal gain isn't really so subtle IMO

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here's a thought (that will probably earn me some blacklists)

But the only people who would blacklist you for that thought are G2A / Kinguin resellers and it's not like they make giveaways, do they ?

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I really don't care , in fond it was my money that I spent so the key is mine !

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You spent the money on a purchase that came with the agreement that they're for personal use (see also : not necessarily solely for yourself, but not for-profit resale, etc). The keys are yours insomuch that they don't know they should be looking into whether yours should be revoked. If you resold a single key from a bundle as it was unwanted but high value, that's a lesser 'sin', but to cash in on a phenomenon that is pretty much floating a golden age of PC gaming (along with the culture of huge discounts prompted by Valve's storefront), kind of adds up to a push in the opposite direction. That's before we even consider whether or not you're the type to purchase multiple bundles to essentially farm profit in any scale bigger than just one grab.

I'm sure you would care if the bundle culture dried up and turned into nothing but 'dollar mega bundle' and Hot Random Key things. Or if say, your keys started getting revoked and you were discredited as a trader. You care, you just have an "I've got mine, fuck everyone else" approach, which works only insomuch that the collective people with this attitude don't eventually capsize the boat everyone else is riding in.

Food for thought, is all.

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i dont think it would otherwise humble bundle and humble monthly wouldnt be still a thing

while not on greyseller sites, ive been doing many group buys as well as bundle splits myself and truth be told I dont feel bad about it. If this makes me an awful person, then too bad. I dont think people like me are hurting their endbusiness unlike mass resellers.

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Sorry I don't I have the time now!
But I got my 10 in ethics in CS !

This is only one side of the industrie of games , the money that they make without psychical things , the 30% profit that valve makes for each sale , the profit that HB does by selling virtual thinks !

Sure revoke them , the bye bye HB , bye bye Valve !

You are only seeing this in one side and that is not good my friend, do I need to bring you Valves , HB , Activision , Ubi , EA profit and increase in capital when the digital era started.... I did a paper on valve as a digital store and I got 10 !

Also let's forget micro transactions, loot boxes!

Sorry to say this for you but the key will decrease it's value if it can get revokes and also that would imply lose in sales !
It is similar to selling the discs on ebay, FFS , keys are the same !

We can make this discussion as much as you want you are wrong !

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Its up to you if you decide to boycott stores and services because they don't let you breach their terms while you try to turn a profit. That's hardly a threat on an individual level and they're big enough that unless a mass boycott is staged it is rather inconsequential. Whereas maintaining strong relations with groups in the business of game creation means higher quality bundle material and a boost in sales from customers who aren't looking to line their own pockets. Again, we're not talking about people selling a spare key they have, but people who buy solely for the purpose of resale (gaming a system distinctly not for commercial (for profit) use).

The amount of money the big businesses make is irrelevent, as are the existence of microtransactions and loot boxes. Their existence and profit margins in the way you raised them have no bearing other than to say "It's okay to be a butt, they're big". It's more understandable when the company you target is noted for shady practices or dishonest strongarming of content and the like, but humble are not a content producer, but a curator. By pecking at the bundles in moderation you can satisfy your gaming needs while also perhaps making a tiny profit once in a while, but if you devour the tree whole then before long the forest may stop baring any fruit of worth.

You're also trying to say that when something becomes rarer and sells for a higher amount (intended retail or even sales prices) instead of being harvested and resold by anyone as fluid currency (farmed keys), that it actually loses value instead of retains it? How exactly did you come to this conclusion? And no, physical media is not the same as digital keys. Owning a legal copy of media is a different landscape to owning a license and being given provisional access to the media. For better or worse, they're as different as shoplifting and content piracy.

If your closing line is simply "we can talk all you want but I'm right and you're wrong", you may want to reconsider exactly what you're using to support your views. :P If you read my posts, you should know I'm not here for moral absolutes or hard law, just dropping my two cents as a caution for a good thing potentially turning sour. I honestly don't expect anyone to justify themselves to me because unless you're running something more organised or larger than a handful of purchases it's only sorta douchey at worst, but I'm still allowed to shake my fist and put out my "You dern kids!"

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I start with last sentence, that was for you to chill out, I am 26 have a bachelor degree in CS and master degree in E-Bussiness !
First off I am someone that has 1200+ games in steam, what I said was a hypothetical scenario for me , because gaming is a hoby related to my education in CS, also to start it off I don't make a habit of making profit from selling game because I made some calculation and the time spent is more than the money that you can make so NOP for me !

Nice speech it seems you are starting to see the other part of this conversation, I am proud :D !

I know that as I said I did classes on copy rights and law infringement and ethics and so one !

The lacking of laws don't mean that they can revoke what they want because maybe next time their business rights will be revoked by EU maybe ?
It seams that you and I know that the laws area lacking big time in this department and I had to research this stuff and you are not right throw a moral stand at least !

I was joking as I said, I can retract if you would like that statement ?
As a conclusion that was a hypothesis done with the experience from buying selling ,trading,and gifting keys !

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I glanced over this. Starting by telling me to chill out, proclaiming credentials that are ultimately irrelevant if they aren't used to show your reasoning / insider insight, and a patronising sub-opener about "starting to see the other part" and saying you're proud?

I'm going to err on the side of caution and put this down to a language barrier and skip the post so I don't devolve into petty grouching, sorry. Translation or non-primary languages can play havok with well-meaning posts after all, and I don't think I have had enough sleep to keep a totally even keel. It must be difficult to communicate intricacies of law through a language barrier, but from what I skimmed over it seemed like you barely tried to scratch the surface (for instance, not elaborating on your comment about devaluing when moderated against key resales, etc).

Never mind \:3/

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Damn I tried to help you by saying you should chill off !
But you are now starting to get my irritated ... what part of what I wrote can you quote as a language barrier ... care to tell and quote me ?

I have many friends from different countries and continents but now I see why another American like yourself told me that Americans always use the language barrier crap as an argument ... !

Sorry but my English comprehension skill is TOP notch, being using this language from kindergarten and now in my job!

"what I skimmed over it seemed like you barely tried to scratch the surface (for instance, not elaborating on your comment about devaluing when moderated against key resales, etc)."
Let's agree to disagree here!

I have 1200 games in steam do you believe that I, would be a avid re-seller or what ... think before you post and I may be arrogant but not stupid so stop and read ... OK !

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You did not elaborate on that subject at all. It's a fact easily observable by the posts hovering right here in the comment chain, I mean, unless you edited them in after I originally read your posts, but I don't care to go back given your tone. "Agree to disagree" isn't a wildcard you can use for backpedalling with an false air of maturity, while actively avoiding the conversation points and turning your nose up at the same time. :P

No, I don't care to go back and mine specific quotes you where the language barrier was nudged. If you use claims of top notch english comprehension then the onus is not on me to underline common phrases and attitudes that escalate tension or conflict. I'll give you a quick breakdown of your last post and why I'm now going to disengage you entirely as a lost cause and probable troll :

  • Maintaining the 'I tried to help you' lines when your tone is not received well
  • Assuming people are 'American' because of speaking english and instantly segueing into judgemental stereotypes.
  • Continuing claims of credentials or abilities (english comprehension, education, etc) yet cannot seem to grasp basic lingual factors and requests prompts for them while simultaneously and openly acting pointlessly superior.
  • Not applying supposed credentials to any critical aspect of the discussion and then claiming you already elaborated on the subject when I ask you to even acknowledge the specifics of subject.
  • Even using the number of games in your account as a credential, when I'm not even accusing you of being a reseller and never even accused you of such a thing.

You say I should think before I post? How about you lead by example first, then? You make a lot of claims and throw a lot of stones for someone who doesn't even apply their 'top notch english comprehension' to read the post they're biting at. Hence why I originally put this down to a language barrier, I wanted to give you the benefit of the doubt rather that attribute it to your personality. If you wanted to disengage on good terms that would have been it, instead of borking your way into stereotypes and repeating the pattern I said was not being received well.

So you'll have to excuse me but I'm writing you off as either a troll or someone incapable of critical discourse (or proportional confidence in your actual abilities). I won't be replying to you further in this comment chain (or any parting shots you may care to make once I submit this).

All the best I suppose. :U

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You seam to don't understand this :
"What Humble says doesn't matter for most users. European law specifically allows for the resale of those products. Even if other regions don't specifically allow for resale it could wells till be that Humble's terms aren't legally binding."

Not said by me !

Usually I take your stand and elevate my speak but you know what today I ... NOP !

"So you'll have to excuse me but I'm writing you off as either a troll or someone incapable of critical discourse (or proportional confidence in your actual abilities)."

Or someone that doesn't care enough to provide you with substantiation evidence about a subject that is based upon the specific law's of each geo-political organization !

Good day sir :D !

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You spent the money on a purchase that came with the agreement that they're for personal use

What Humble says doesn't matter for most users. European law specifically allows for the resale of those products. Even if other regions don't specifically allow for resale it could wells till be that Humble's terms aren't legally binding.

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Perhaps, but saying "I don't care the key is mine" is a little misleading. The key / license may be owned by Andrew, but that is only as effective as holding a keycard to a locked door that functions until you breach your agreement and they deactivate your keycard. If the purchase of said keycard was under the provision that it is for personal use (as in, not for profit and resale, with allowance for gifting to another party) then that itself may be binding. Perhaps is could use clearer signposting, but that seems to be the way it flows to my understanding.

I see it similar to steamgifts. Legally there is nothing binding us to NOT give away our won keys, but our ability to continue our exchange and participation here requires we accept the rules and ultimately the consequences of breaking them and being caught. Humble aren't hunting down every potentially resold key, they're just trying to protect themselves from leeches bleeding them dry. Unless they start throwing lawsuits at harmless individuals I just can't see Humble as the bad guys, whereas I don't think it's unwarranted to scoff at people openly planning on bleeding one of our few truly solid providers. It's like someone standing in the open by a bowl of sweets labelled "Please take only one" and they're scooping fistfuls into their pockets. While plenty remain for everyone else, the host of this little party still gets the short end, and that to me seems douchey given they're just asking not to have their offer taken advantage of.

Eh, I kind of went off on one. Legally speaking it's muddy ground, and I'm sure that can be subject to shift, but Humble have the right of way on this one until something moves. Again, to my knowledge. I'm no lawyer-wizard and I'm just running with a thought of "don't kick your few loyal dogs"

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Eh, I kind of went off on one. Legally speaking it's muddy ground, and I'm sure that can be subject to shift, but Humble have the right of way on this one until something moves

That's my point though, they don't. The law supersedes their terms. In the US it isn't entirely clear cut when it comes to digital products but sale of software licenses has been applicable i the EU since 2012. Another element that comes into play is that in some regions even if you agree to a given term you cannot give up your rights.

You're comparison to this site doesn't really apply either as there isn't any contradiction but the terms and the law.

Humble could ban me for reselling keys and equally I could fight that ban as I'm allowed to sell said keys. The issue though is that for the majority of people it wouldn't be worth the time or money to pursue the matter.

All that said I'm not trying to paint Humble as the bad guys rather I'm just pointing out that something isn't so just because they say it is.

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Ah crap. Lost a reply to connection issues.
Long story short, I agree and will put it down to my lack of personal familiarity with laws and how they interact across regions. I still think my example holds at least some water, even if this place doesn't have an exchange of money (which naturally confers certain protections and legal considerations that a free service won't have). Still, I'll concede most of it if only because of running on 4 hours of sleep over the last 48 hours.

Guess I'm too general in my idealism, in that the concessions and protections go equally both ways, to protect our delicious, precious bundle culture (at least with places like humble), as well as giving customers some flexibility without either being taken for a ride. Not trying to deify Humble either, they're still a business which means they have vested interests as much as key profiteers. I just don't want the delicious $12 AAA / cool indie bundles to end.

Might pick this up after some decent sleep and maybe a law degree, hurp. :B

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This is the problem with USA ... They think that their laws are applied to the rest of the world FFS !
Uroboros I know better then you what my rights as an UE member are :D !

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I can respect you're opinion, as I own loads of games and buy just about every bundle, if I just let those bundle keys sit around it would be wasteful.. obviously the developers are putting their games into a bundle for numerous reasons..

Charity (tax write off), exposure (get more people playing), Lack of players multiplayer game..

My trading those games allows me to buy bundles and offset the cost slightly, giving a game I already owned in exchange for cards I can use to benefit myself either via selling or a complete badge..

Although I know some people are going to mass buy these bundles to sell on G2A and Kingon and what have you later on once the price normalizes for tremendous profit.. That's kind of shady if you ask me, but then again if one of those people stockpiling the games wants to give me my asking price in trade for the games, I'm not going to deny them..

It sucks but in all honesty I already put down like 5 - 10 k a year on gaming, so me getting something back for my bundle purchase doesn't hurt, especially since in some cases letting that key rot would have the opposite effect of what the developer wanted..

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There's no reason for extra bundle keys to just sit around, what with SteamGifts existing. ;)

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I've given away many many many steam keys over two years,,

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Whitelisted. Sorry, you were already there!

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gone are the days of owning things you buy with money you earned.

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Nah. Licenses are also things you own with the money you earned, but said licenses come with terms and penalties if you breach 'em, get found out and they want to enforce it. It's not a perfect system and there is a lot of legal wrestling based on region and principal, but I'm hard pressed to consider high quality bundles like the monthly 'draconian' if they chose to enforce their policy to prevent being milked.

I consider it something of a toss-up between our current situation fo getting awesome low prices and varied bundles (at the price of potentially having keys revoked if you breach the terms specifcally to stealth-profit off their business (legal wrestling aside)), or dealing with higher prices and games focused around physical copies for the simple bonus of doing whatever you want with them and not having to deal with mandatory online components. We can't have the best of both worlds AND have the content providers / official sellers remain prolific enough to continually provide what they do. It's a bit of a clusterfuck, and no matter how it leans, there is likely always going to be a concession we have to make.

On the bright side, you can opt to buy from places like GoG.

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"So, I just saw the new monthly bundle deal this month and I was wondering that since those games cost 12$ all together and on G2A more if you bought all 3 together, then what is the right price for the humble bundle monthly games in this website.

I know most people here measures the price of a game depending on the cost oh G2A and Humble Bundle deals."

Depend what you want for them !
DE MD is 4.5 Eur and was 6 EUR in steam so 5 EUR is good or more !
Mafia is 6.5 EUR and it was lowest 8 so 7.5 EUR or more is enough !
God eater 2 lowest 11.3 EUR and is now 4.5 EUR I would say 6 Eur or more !

Also who says that they are in bundle , Ok then buy it there :D !
Also for DSIII 10 EURO !

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DE MD is 4.5 Eur and was 6 EUR in steam so 5 EUR is good or more !

The value of Deus Ex will be somewhat limited by the fact it's inferior to the Steam version. The keys from Humble don't include additional content that other versions do and there is no way to buy that content without paying for the whole game again. Whilst the content itself may not be significant it will still effect it's value.

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Ok ... forgot of that ... also this was a teoretical example!

I don't buy HB monthies for selling MD will GA and the other two I want in my library D: !

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Wait...so people do that? Buying games just to resell them?
I know its marketing...but damn.

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Im sorry, my friend for misleading you.
I forgot to finish my question.
"How much are they worth in trades, from other games or such"

But thnx for the good response.

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I also don't buy to resell them !
Tried doing that at start only to realize that it is not worth the time spent to research for this :)) !

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I see.

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I only buy monthlies if I like what I see for example DS III , Mafia III, DE MD , God Eather ,Mad Max , Rise of the Tomb Rider and so one !

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Yeah my mindset is just like that

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they'll be worth whatever you or someone else is willing to pay for them..

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good enough.

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monthlys are worth always if you are someone who buys from steam store xD

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Fair to me is 12 dollars divided by the number of games in the bundle. I either buy the bundle if I can/want or pay the price I think is fair like 1-1 trade for example. I would never pay more than that. I rather wait for it to be cheap on Steam because that is bound to happen soon enough.
Too many people want/try to take advantage of others in this situation. I just don't agree with that.

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I don't fully understand but i feel as if my question misled you.
I meant what are they worth in trades? I don't buy games just to resell them...to me that is wrong.
Sorry forgot to finish my question back there.

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Thats exactly their true value. People that try to sell the game x for 8-9 bucks while its on humble monthly with 5 other games for 12 bucks is stupid and scammy. Even if i want a game really bad and people ask for crazy prices i will just wait for it to drop in price in steam store.

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Not really , offer and demand !
I am not a avid trader ... if I trade all the money goes back to games !
But to say Rise of the Tomb , DSIII are 1-2$ not ... I rather wait for the bundle to expire and ask what the values is ... take into account the lowest price on g2a, kinguin and is there a deal price of legit sites and steam !

To say that you split the bundle price to the number of games and that is the price of DS III ... then why is DSIII the main attraction for the bundle I ask !
For me DSIII is 10 Euro period ... If I trade it with that value is my problem !

Also some examples , DSI was free two time but for 2 years had no discount !
Wolfenstein 09 , I will give you his full store price if you can give me a copy PS the last was sold in 15 for 1.250$ so as I said offer and demand

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Sorry as i misread his post. What i think the price would be is the big name game shoould be sold for 5-6 bucks and the rest split the price depending on the games. If there are 2 AAA games its price should be around 3,5 bucks each and the rest of the price is being splitted on the other games. But dont ask for 10 bucks for DS3 while there are 4 or 5 other games.

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There is no way a sane person would claim Emily is Away Too or Maize are worth the same as Dark Souls 3 or XCom 2. One is sought after much much MUCH more than the other and that is reflected in their value.

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Sorry as i misread his post. What i think the price would be is the big name game shoould be sold for 5-6 bucks and the rest split the price depending on the games. If there are 2 AAA games its price should be around 3,5 bucks each and the rest of the price is being splitted on the other games.

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Yeah, that sounds absolutely reasonable.

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If I want a particular bundled game, I look at the sale price from steamdb.info and say "huh. I want one of those games, and the biggest sale its ever gone on is $25. $12 is half off for that title, let alone the other titles." and then I decide if I want it enough to buy it now from humble or wait 3 years until it goes on a bigger sale on steam/humble/bundlestars.

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Yes indeed. If the price is right for 1-2 I want, it's a buy. Don't care if it was a better sale last year or may be a better sale next year.

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Nah if we look at the title of the game and how good it's doing on steam i don't think there will be a day soon from now where these games will be cheaper.
Look at dark souls 1, for example, its a game that's been here since 2009 and it still has its regular price. You'd be lucky to get it for 9.99 in sales.
Now look at dark souls 2, This game is cheaper than DS1 in sales.
It depends on how the good the game is going. I good DS3 from last months bundle and HELL that was insanely lucky.

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While in general I agree with you, SweetVelvet, there are times when I don't. For instance: If I only want one game in the bundle, I really dont always want to spend $12 for two+ games that I'm never going to play. Also, I have enough unplayed games, plus little gaming time, plus some of the games I play I never get tired of, that I really don't mind waiting several years (after the bundle, which is years after the release date) for a particular title.
If I don't definitely want it, I might enter (and invariably lose) giveaways for it here, rather than spending money on what I'm not sure I want, regardless of what the community as a whole thinks of it.

Of course, there are a few exceptions to this, where I'd insta-buy the bundle if it contained _____ game. :)

3 months ago
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I want Lost Castle from last month

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Trades is not allowed here. Use sttreamtrades.com

3 months ago
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Yeah man. Be careful since this web can be strict. You can talk about deals and such but not offers for trades.
Btw can you explain what do you mean by cards?

3 months ago
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Steam cards (from games, that you can sell or craft badge). I'll edit the last message cause it isnt allowed. Thanks madsession.

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Dope.

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The other guys have already reminded you, but I will do the same. Do not post trade offers on this site. Do not beg for games/items/etc. on this site. Either case is grounds for suspension. Make sure you are familiar with the FAQ and Guidelines so that you can stay out of trouble.

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I don think that you should measure by G2A standards, since they steal keys and pretty much destroys companies.

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I just read here that people buy bundles and sell them on G2A....but yeah I don't buy from G2A from the first place.
Thnx for the info.

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My general approaches are:
Ignoring the games themselves - bundle price / number of games = average price. Unrealistic, but good for an estimate
Let's face it - maybe Humble gave 3 games for 1$ including the one you would want, but on the other hand, 1$ for a wanted game is really good price. Within realistic limits, it's not problem to "overpay" the bundle-price as long as the game itself is worth that price for you.
Then, of course, the price trends. Fuck historical minimum, that's useless. Many games had historical lowest years ago, and not even approaching it (looking at you, 2$ Terraria!) - just take a look at isthereanydeal's price history.
For example If a game cost like 4$ on each of the sales from the last year, and you missed the 1$ tier with the game in it, that ship is sailed. Maybe 0.33$ was it's share, but unless you can get it from Group Buys, it's unlikely to get that cheap. Even 2$ is a good price for it, if you would play it before it will get rebundled - afterall, it's half of the usual sale price, what's not to like in that? :)

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An other one I use is Steam-price-discount%= average price. So if the value of a $1 bundle is 50$ worth of games (discount of 98%). If the bundle consists of 3 games, 2 worth $24 each and one worth $2. I would sell them as followed. $24 = $0,48 each and the $2 for $0.04

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I wish if there was a way to buy that bundle since i dont have paypal nor credit card only pre-paid card I can pretty much buy anything from any other site except the HB monthly..that's kinda dumb and the indvidual game prices on sites like G2A are more expensive than buying the bundle...
I really don't understand why humble has that stupid rule on the monthly though eventually key reserllers end up buying multiple copies somehow and selling it in the greymarket.

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Lol, chill dude/dudette.

Trust me, I know how that feels.
Why not buy something nice from steam and trade with someone who has the bundle?

3 months ago
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Yeah well the hard part is finding someone who is willing to do that without asking for overpriced something in return. Usually I would do that with a friend of mine but he doesn't have money this month.

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True that but most games that come to humble don't have a huge recommendation for them.
The value of CS:GO keys are very high and you can trade like 2 keys for God Eater 2.
No joke, it's also about how good the game was. Think of Salt and sanctuary, Dead cells, dark souls, etc.

So try your luck with CS:GO keys.

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