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World of Warplanes Has a Plethora of January Premium Shop Deals

Discounted bundles which are available all month long.

For the entire month of January, World of Warplanes players can take advantage of a large number of different deals and discounts in the game’s Premium Shop.

All of the below deals will stick around until February 1st, so there’s still some time left if you don’t immediately have the cash for everything you want to buy. Premium Shop links for all of the bundle deals can be found here.

Ar-77 and Ha-137V1 Bundle - $9.99 (Limit One Per Account)

  • Ar-77 Premium Plane
  • Ha-137V1 Premium Plan
  • Two Bonus Hangar Slots
  • 500 Gold

Ar-77 Bundle -$3.99

  • Ar-77 Premium Plane
  • Bonus Hangar Slot

Ki-18 and Ki-33 Bundle - $9.99 (Limit One Per Account)

  • Ki-18 Premium Plane
  • Ki-33 Premium Plane
  • Two Bonus Garage Slots
  • 1,000 Gold

Ki-18 Bundle - $5.99

  • Ki-18 Premium Plane
  • Bonus Garage Slot

Ki-33 Bundle - $5.99

  • Ki-33 Premium Plane
  • Bonus Garage Slot

Credits and Premium Bundle - $4.99 (Limit One Per Account)

  • 400,000 Credits
  • Three Days of Premium Account Time

Gold and Premium Basic Needs Bundle - $4.99

  • 500 Gold
  • Three Days of Premium Account Time

Gold and Premium Bundle - $14.99

  • 1,000 Gold
  • 30 Days of Premium Account Time

Stocking Up for the Winter Bundle - $36.99

  • 3,000 Gold
  • 90 Days of Premium Account Time

Stocking Up for the Year Bundle - $99.99

  • 12,000 Gold
  • 360 Days of Premium Account Time

If World of Tanks is more your jam, there are a few deals for the FV4202 (P) Premium tank currently available as well. 

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Nate Hohl

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