Bundle of Holding is similar to Humble Bundle in terms of getting great deals on various bundles. In this case, it’s GDW 2300 AD Bundle with two tiers: Tier 1 is $16.95 and Tier 2 is currently $28.73, but as more people buy bundles, Tier 2 pricing goes up. The sale ends in just under 21 days. You can see the bundles at https://bundleofholding.com/presents/GDW2300AD.
Tier 1 Starter Collection includes the following items:
For just US$16.95 you get all eight titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $90) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the First Edition of the core rules set, originally published in 1986 as Traveller: 2300; the Ships of the French Arm guide; the Aurore and Nyotekundu Sourcebooks; and four adventures for First Edition: Beanstalk, Energy Curve, Kafer Dawn, and Mission Arcturus.
Tier 2 Bonus Collection includes all of the Tier 1 items, plus the following:
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $28.73, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with eight more titles worth an additional $90, including the 2300 AD Second Edition core rules (1988); the 2300 AD Equipment Guide and Ground Vehicle Guide; the Colonial Atlas of all the planets in human space; the Kafer Sourcebook, one of the best books in the 2300 line; and three Second Edition adventures: Bayern, Invasion, and Ranger.
In addition, a percentage of the sale goes to a charity:
Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) will be donated to the charity designated by Traveller and 2300 AD designer Marc W. Miller, Human Rights Watch.
Definitely worth checking out if you enjoy science fiction RPGs.
For comparison, here’s what you would pay on DriveThru RPG (DTRPG): https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/4/Game-Designers-Workshop-GDW/subcategory/27/2300-AD; RPGNow (a division of DTRPG): https://www.rpgnow.com/browse/pub/4/Game-Designers-Workshop-GDW/subcategory/27/2300-AD and on Far Future Enterprises (FFE): https://www.farfuture.net/Contents%20CDROM%202300AD.pdf (it’s a clickable PDF for ordering the $35 CD version with a list of the various items on the CD); you can find the PDF link at https://www.farfuture.net/FFE-CDROMs.html (near the bottom of the page). FFE uses DTRPG and RPGNow to distribute PDF versions if you don’t want the CD. Bit more expensive, but PDF copies are kept on DTRPG and RPGNow websites so you don’t have to worry about losing the CD.