Klub Sega

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Klub Sega was a club founded by Tomel TV Games in Poland which operated from 1996 to 1999.


In 1996, club dealt with the sale of games for Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega CD. Members had a 20% discount on buying the game. The service also sold games for NES and Game Boy. Since 1997, club sent the catalog with Mega Drive games after receiving an addressed return envelope.


In 1998, there were changes. Tomel started exchange cartridges with members by mail and removed games for NES and Game Boy from the club offer. From now, there were games for Sega Saturn, Mega Drive 32X and Sega Nomad (simply Mega Drive). From that moment, members had a discount of 10% to 20% for buying games. As before, after receiving the addressed envelope, club sent the catalog of games for the system that member had.

In 1999, Tomel combined offer for Sega, Nintendo and Sony into one which meant the end of the Sega Club. Since then every fifth game was free and exchange the game before the end of the month meant a 30% discount. Imported games for Sega Dreamcast were also available for purchase.


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