Hollow Knight (Steam) £7.25 (£6.52 for subscribers) - Humble Bundle
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Hollow Knight (Steam) £7.25 (£6.52 for subscribers) - Humble Bundle

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Found 5th Aug 2017
Noticed this get shared when it was £7~ in the steam sale but spotted in cheaper in the Humble Bundle store.

My mistake i didn't realise the additional 10% was added through browsing the store, i thought the humble bundle monthly subscription 10% discount was added at checkout. Still cheaper than steam for subscribers.
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It's £7.25.
I assume it's only £6.52 because you have the 10% discount from Humble Monthly
34% £10.99 £7.25
somethinggifted3 h, 17 m ago

I assume it's only £6.52 because you have the 10% discount from Humble …I assume it's only £6.52 because you have the 10% discount from Humble Monthly

Ooh my mistake i thought that was only added at checkout.

Thanks for clarification.
The fact that this is cold, whilst the Steam deal at the same price went to over 250 degrees is crazy.

This is the same price as the Steam deal but you get a Steam code AND a DRM free version.

That's leaving aside the fact that it's a quid (nearly) cheaper for what I'd wager is a decent percentage of users of this site.
Ellendel42 m ago

The fact that this is cold, whilst the Steam deal at the same price went …The fact that this is cold, whilst the Steam deal at the same price went to over 250 degrees is crazy. This is the same price as the Steam deal but you get a Steam code AND a DRM free version. That's leaving aside the fact that it's a quid (nearly) cheaper for what I'd wager is a decent percentage of users of this site.


It went cold because the OP originally listed it as £6.52 for everyone, not realising this was the subscriber's price only.

He amended the title, but by then it was too late: I guess if a deal goes cold it rarely recovers.
Muig19723 m ago

It went cold because the OP originally listed it as £6.52 for everyone, …It went cold because the OP originally listed it as £6.52 for everyone, not realising this was the subscriber's price only.He amended the title, but by then it was too late: I guess if a deal goes cold it rarely recovers.

Mods amended it in no time at all i didnt even have to do it.

I think people vote cold when they don't have the humble monthly 10% because it did go hot for brief periods then cold again.
Edited by: "FRZ" 9th Aug 2017
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