Loot Crate March 2014 – Discount – Geek/Gamer Subscription Box
Loot Crate is the monthly gear and swag club for those that live and embrace the geek and gaming lifestyle. Loot Crate is a product discovery box, connecting subscribers, known as Looters, with the best new and emerging companies producing gear, snacks, toys, hardware, art, and other goodies for the geek and gaming market. Each month, Loot Crate handpicks 6-8 new items to include in the box, which are kept secret until the boxes are delivered! My husband got his first Loot Crate last month, and he loved it. You can read that review HERE.
Cost: 1 month plan: $13.37/mo + $6 S&H. \
3 month plan: $12.37/mo + $6 S&H
6 month plan: $11.67/mo + $6 S&H
Coupon: Click HERE and use the code MARCHLOOT to save $3.00
What’s in the box? Each month you get over $40.00 worth of loot curated around a geeky theme, for less than $20.00 a month.
Shipping: Loot Crate ships to the US, Canada, Australia, and England.
When does Loot Crate ship? Loot Crates are sent out once each month, scheduled to begin shipping on the 20th unless otherwise specified. Signups are taken until 9pm PT on the 19th. If you signup after 9PM PT on the 19th, your first crate will come in the following month.
When am I charged? For one month subscriptions: You are charged at the time of signup and then the same date each month based on that signup date.* For example, if you signed up on the 28th then your renewal would be the 28th of each month.
For 3/6 month subscriptions: You are charged at the time of signup and then the same date each subscription period based on that signup date.** For example, if you signed up on the 28th then your renewal would be the 28th of each 3/6 months.
**If your subscription signup is between the 11th-19th of a month, your renewal will be moved to the 10th of the following subscription period. This will be reflected on your user account.
Loot Crate ships by USPS and comes in a black box
This month’s theme was Titan for the new game Titanfall. I had no idea what that was, but my husband knew. Titanfall is a brand new popular video game. It is crafted by one of the co-creators of Call of Duty, one of my husband’s favorite games.
Loot Crate Magazine: Every month, Loot Crate sends a magazine. Inside there are interview and cool articles that are related this this months theme. There is also details on how to win a Mega Crate. Every month, someone is chosen for their unboxings, and they win a MEGA CRATE. In the back of the magazine, there are pages with details about all the products in the box.
Loot Crate threw in another t-shirt this month. Sometime promo shirts can be a bit cheesy, but this one is really cool. My husband loved it and will be wearing it to work. My husband works in the technology field, so this is totally work appropriate.
Titanfall C101 Lanyard: This lanyard goes with the Titanfall game. My husband will use this to hold his work badge.
Attack on Titan Manga: 1: $6.20: This is the manga that started the Attack on Titan. It is read in reverse like all Japanese literature, but this is in English. It also has lots of bonus content not seen in the Japanese language series. C totally grabbed this up and wanted to read it.
Titanfall Premium Stategy eGuide: $7.00: Loot Crate worked with Prima Games to bring looters the premium version f their eGuide. There are also a few tips and hint straight from the guide on page 8. C wants to get the game now, since he has all this Titanfall gear.
Attack on Titanfall Magnet: This is an exclusive for Loot Crate. They created a magnet from the cover art this month. C loves magnets, so this is a perfect for his collection.
Attack on Titan – Scouting Regiment Wristband: I am not sure if C will wear this, but it is pretty cool. Maybe he can wear it while playing the game.
Candy and Button: Loot Crate included two pieces of salt water taffy (C’s favorite) and this month’s button featured one of the characters on Titanfall.
Final Thought: C really liked this box. It was filled with Titanfall gear that C will use. C started reading the manga, as soon as I turned over the box. The t-shirt is his favorite part of this box. Loot Crate is $13.37 plus shipping and there was much more value in this month’s box. This would be a great box for any gamer/geek in your life. To sign up for Loot Crate, click HERE and use the code APRILLOOT to save $3.00.
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