Sega Masters Club

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The Sega Masters Club was an officially sponsored fan club in the Benelux region of Europe during the early 1990's. The club offered several members-only benefits upon joining, including an exclusive audio CD containing music from a variety of Master System games, a metal pin, a membership card, and a subscription to their magazine, Sega Masters Club News. The cost for a one-year membership was 495 Belgian Francs (or approximately $15 USD in 1991).

A version of Power Drift & Mega Drive on CD was also made available to members.



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