I know I’ve said it before, but with the Jingle Jam bundles, you probably shouldn’t be looking at the bundle for a good deal or something like that, it’s best to look at it as donating $35 to your favorite charity and then getting some random / weird / sometimes terrible games as a side effect.
Yeah, you will get a whole bunch of garbage games, but hey, they’re still usually pretty fun to mess around with for a bit or be amazed that something so awful has made it on to steam. Sometimes there are also some great games mixed in there! I mean, overall, you probably shouldn’t be expecting anything too crazy amazing since the devs donated tens of thousands of keys of their games for free.
Anyway, even if you buy it on day 1 and don’t find a single game that you actually want, it still shouldn’t have felt like a waste of money because the point of the bundle is primarily to raise money for a charity of your choice, which, if anything, should still make you feel good about your purchase.
Also, sorry about the random rant!
TL;DR you should buy the bundle to support charity, not necessarily for the deal of a lifetime.