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Diamond introduces a Radical new membership

Are you a Radical?! Well, you can be, thanks to DST. The company has intro’d its new membership plan, and it comes with a pack of perks.

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I have to admit I’m not familiar with Diamond Select’s membership program from years gone by. Apparently the company did have one though, and it’s been “many years” since it’s been in operation. As of this week though, you can reset that calendar, as fans can now become a DST Radical.

As you might imagine, the new program grants a few buffs to subscribers. And if you buy a lot of DST’s products, it sounds like it might be well worth the $50 a year cost.

Here’s what’s included:

  • Free Shipping – Get free shipping on all orders with qualifying collectibles, with over 100+ eligible in stock collectibles. buyers can cut down on overall spending on their ever-growing collection with a low price of $50 for the entire year. (Your wallet will thank you!)
  • Shipping Methods available for free shipping:
    • UPS (UPS® Surepost)
    • UPS (UPS® Ground)
  • Sneak Peek at Monthly Pre-orders – Members will get a sneak peek of monthly pre-order offers before the pre-sale date.
  • First Access to DST Web Exclusives – DST Web Exclusives will be available to members 24 hours before the general public, with Free Shipping.
  • Discounts and Coupons – Members will receive two 20% off coupons that can be applied to any IN-STOCK order.
  • Monthly Giveaway – Members who have made at least one purchase during the membership period can be entered to win one DST item of their choice under $200.

From the looks of things, the club isn’t quite active just yet, though the landing page is set up already, so it’ll probably be corrected soon. You can find that here.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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