Monday, June 19, 2017

Hasbro Gaming Subscription Service Launches with Brand New Games and your chance to #Win



Looking for a fun subscription service? Here comes the Hasbro Gaming Crate. A first for the gaming industry, the program will deliver an exclusive collection of brand new games directly to the subscriber’s door every three months. The subscription window for this round of crates is open June 19 through early fall. Get three great games, one that you know and two great surprise games! Here is more information about this fun new service, from the press release: 

Today, Hasbro Inc. invites consumers to sign up for the company’s first subscription service, Hasbro Gaming Crate. Among the first for the gaming industry, this unique program offers an exclusive collection of games curated by Hasbro Gaming experts, new to the Hasbro Gaming portfolio, delivered straight to the subscriber’s door every three months. 

Hasbro Gaming Crate caters to multiple types of gamers with two themed crates, each with three games, priced at $49.99 plus shipping per crate, charged automatically when the crate ships. The Party Crate contains games with content geared toward college students, young adults, and parents who are looking to enjoy “adults-only” game nights. The Family Crate offers games designed to be played together and enjoyed equally by kids and adults. In the first Family Crate, one of the three games subscribers will receive is the MASK OF THE PHARAOH Game, a collaborative, virtual-reality board game in which players download the Mask of the Pharaoh app, which will be available on the App Store or Google Play Store, to their smartphone. Using the included VR mask, players find themselves deep inside a mysterious pyramid in Ancient Egypt. 

Players must quickly describe a section of the pyramid they see while wearing VR mask as the other players use the included physical game tiles to complete the path to victory on the game board! In the first Party Crate, subscribers will receive three games, including the SPEAK OUT: JOE SANTAGATO Edition Game, an “adults-only” version of the ridiculous mouthpiece challenge where players try to say phrases while wearing a mouthpiece, featuring edgy “NSFW” content inspired by internet sensation Joe Santagato.

“Delivered right to subscribers’ doorsteps, the Hasbro Gaming Crate subscription service makes it easy and convenient for families and fans to try new games,” said Jonathan Berkowitz, senior vice president of marketing for Hasbro Gaming. “Whether you’re planning a game night at home with your kids, or out with a group of friends, we’re confident the games our experts have selected for each crate will provide plenty of fun, laughter and friendly competition.”
Starting today, gaming fans can visit hasbrogamingcrate.com to sign up. Subscribers will receive one crate every three months, priced at $49.99 plus shipping per crate, charged automatically when the crate ships. The first Hasbro Gaming Crates will ship in early Fall and subscribers can cancel any time. The Hasbro Gaming Crate service is currently available in the United States only. To learn more follow us on Facebook (Facebook.com/HasbroGaming), Twitter (@Hasbro & @HasbroNews) and Instagram (@Hasbro).
Are you excited at the prospect of getting a Hasbro Gaming Crate? I know I love the idea, and I cannot wait to check it out! To celebrate this cool announcement the generous folks at Hasbro are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win their very own Hasbro Gaming Crate! Would you like to enter? Please let me know what you think of the idea of Hasbro Gaming Crates? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
You can purchase the family crate, or the party crate at https://www.hasbrogamingcrate.com

Win it:
One winner will win a Hasbro Gaming Crate a $50.00 arv.
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22 comments:

  1. don't know yet - it's new/untried

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  2. I think it's a great idea to introduce more people to games!

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  3. I like the idea of The Family Crate...we could this on our weekend camping trips with the grandkids or enjoy it on one of rainy days with the kids

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  4. I think it is a awesome ideal,my grandkids would totally love getting this

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  5. I would love to try this subscription box. I like the National Geographic one for my son.

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  6. SUPER duper AWESOME! My Chloe Pearl would be so thrilled if I won!

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  7. I love the idea. Hasbro has some great board games.

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  8. I love this we play more games in winter and need change up, so a new box sounds very good. THANK YOU

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  9. I think this is a neat idea. I really like all these box/crate subscription services!

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  10. I like the idea of the Hasbro gaming crate, the kids would love getting new games and it would keep them enthused about family game night. Thanks!

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  11. I think it's a very fun idea and helps brings families together.

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  12. These are a great idea I'd love to get one for the family.

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  13. I love this idea! Would definitely be a great way to bring family game nights back and exciting for everyone!

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  14. I think it's a great idea. I love the element of surprise, not knowing what you're going to get.

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  15. This sounds awesome there is nothing more fun than playing games with my family

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  16. This is a great idea. I would hold this until family game night and double the excitement of the night by having a new cane to play plus the suspense of not knowing what it was.

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  17. I think this is a great idea!

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  18. What a clever concept! Having a game night with new games quarterly beats watching tv and being online!

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