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Cards Against Humanity launches final holiday promotion, Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah

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Cards Against Humanity, the Chicago-based purveyor of fun tabletop games and gag gifts, launched the 2015 edition of its annual holiday promotion today: "Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah."

The deal is similar to Cards Against Humanity's previous holiday shenanigans: Customers can "join the chosen people" by paying $15 to receive "eight mystery gifts throughout December." The company promises that the gifts are safe for work.

This is the fourth holiday promotion from Cards Against Humanity. Back in 2012, the company offered a pay-what-you-want Holiday Pack of Cards Against Humanity cards. The following year, Cards launched "12 Days of Holiday Bullshit," in which 100,000 people paid $12 for 12 gifts. The company followed that up in 2014 with "Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa," giving 250,000 buyers 10 presents including a square foot of a secluded island in a Maine lake.

This year's Hanukkah promotion is "the last time we're doing this holiday bullshit thing," Cards Against Humanity said on the promotion's website. "Get in on it while you still can." (And even if you don't buy in, we recommend checking out the FAQ and the video on the website, which we've also embedded above.)

"Eight Sensible Gifts" is limited to 150,000 people; in the five-plus hours since Cards Against Humanity launched the promotion, customers have snatched up more than half of those spots. You can get one yourself right here, and if you do, don't forget to check out the strange and hilarious questions on the purchase confirmation page.

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