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Club Pogo Information

Playing on pogo.com in free mode while being bombarded with frequent "Club Pogo" advertisements is a little bit like belonging to a country club, but not having a membership card to get you into to the VIP lounge: you know it's there, you've heard it's pretty cool inside, and you'd like to be able to check it out, but you just don't want to shell out the $$ for a membership pass.

This page will, through descriptions and images, give you a bit of a taste of what it's like inside the pogo.com Club Pogo area without having to join or even do a free trial!

I've been a pogo.com player and enthusiast since the year 2000, but until recently I had never tried out "Club Pogo". However, thanks to a couple kind pogo players who nudged me into a free trial (thank you, "friend_2B" and "DavidSWUBC"), I figured it was about time to check it out, and I'm glad I did!

 

Image of upper portion of club pogo home page

What is Club Pogo?

Club Pogo is Pogo on steroids. As a non-club player, you play games for free, earn tokens, put up with advertisements and intermissions (or inter-freakin'-mission's--IFM's--as they're sometimes called). This is all well and good, but if you're a true games player at heart and are looking for something a bit beyond the basic pogo experience, Club Pogo may be for you (at a price).



Here is a list of just some of the things that differentiate Club Pogo from regular pogo:

All of these things Club Pogo features combine to make Club members more apt to sign up for the service (which costs about $30-$40 per year), and to keep coming back year after year. All in all, this amounts to extraordinary marketing on the part of pogo for their Club Pogo product.

Frequently Asked Questions about Club Pogo that might not appear on pogo.com: