Marvel announced it has surpassed 20,000 issues on its digital subscriber service, Marvel Unlimited.
To celebrate its 20,000 comics milestone, existing Marvel Unlimited subscribers will receive two gifts – a digital redemption code good for 3 free digital comics1, and a code for a free month of Marvel Unlimited they can give to a friend!2
Of course you need to read the fine print….
*Offer valid February 14th, 2017 12:01AM ET to February 21st, 2017 11:59PM EST on monthly memberships only. Offer is open to new and former (now-cancelled, not active on or after 10/1/2016) Marvel Unlimited members. Offer not valid on gift, annual or Annual Plus memberships. Valid payment card required to redeem offer. Auto-renewal and other terms and conditions apply. First month billed at $0; subsequent months billed [monthly to the payment card on file at the then-current monthly subscription fee (currently $9.99 per month) unless and until cancelled. Cancel anytime through My Account following registration or by e-mailing email@example.com. All subscription fees are nonrefundable. No refunds or credits for partial subscription terms. Marvel Unlimited subscription, Marvel user account and internet access required to access digital comics.
1: Code Expires on February 21, 2017 at 11:59PM EST. Distributed by email to subscribers only. Each (1) code (“Code”) is redeemable for one (1) download on marvel.com of digital copies of CHAMPIONS #1, JESSICA JONES #1 and AVENGERS #1. One Code per transaction.. The Code is a promotional code and is not to be shared, is not for resale, has no cash value and will not be replaced if lost or stolen. This offer is nontransferable.
2: Code Expires on February 21, 2017 at 11:59PM EST. Distributed by email to subscribers only. The Code is a promotional code and is not for resale, has no cash value and will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
Still, with 75 years of Marvel Comics available at your fingertips, the Marvel Unlimited service is worth checking out for any Marvel fan who doesn’t have a collection of floppies, bagged and boarded in their Nerd Room of Doom.