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Calendar September 30, 2015 09/30/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Loot Crate September 2015 Review + Coupons

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box for review.

Loot Crate September 2015 Review

Loot Crate September 2015 Review

The theme for September 2015 Loot Crate’s Box is “SUMMON”.Loot Crate is a geek and gamer subscription that is only $13.37/month (plus shipping).  Each box is filled with memorabilia, exclusive items, FUNKO Pop and more

The Details

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:  If you want to try Loot Crate click HERE and use the coupon subscriptionboxmom to save 10%.  OR Use the code NEWS3 to save $3.00 on your subscription.

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.

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Loot Crate came in a little box this month.

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First Look

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I love the graphics on the information booklet.

Master Summoner

Master Summoner:  Loot Crate developed their own app and game, Master Summoner.  Using the cards in the information guide, the box and the app. you can create some fun things.

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The box turns into this cool book, which works with the app and the cards.

This is a look at how the box transforms into the book and how the app works.
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Pokemon Yellow Pikachu Laplander Hat $16.99  Both my husband and I were too old to play Pokemon, so we will give his hat to our boys.  L will wear this, as T won’t put anything on his head.

Kidrobot The Simpsons Homer Buddha 7 inch Vinyl Figure

Kidrobot The Simpsons Homer Buddha 7 inch Vinyl Figure  My husband is a huge Simpson’s fan, so this is going on his work “geek” shelf.  Everyone’s Homer is gold, and Homer is sitting on a doughnut and holds a beaded bracelet (I thought it might be Marge’s pearls) and a pretzel.

1967 Chevy Impala Model Car

1967 Chevy Impala Model Car (SUPERNATURAL)  This is a 1:43 scale replica of Dean’s car.  It has Kansas license plates from the “In the Beginning” flashback episode.  This is an exclusive to Loot Crate, but I have heard this is going to be released to the public.

Hearthstone Rock Stress Ball, Game Code and Coin

Hearthstone Rock Stress Ball, Game Code and Coin  From World of Warcraft, Loot Crate included a Hearthstone stress ball.  I have never played the game, but I will certainly use this.  The coin was originally given at Blizzcon in 2014 as an exclusive.  On the back of the card, there is a scratch off code to get a free pack of cards.

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The featured Loot Crate button.

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Final Thought:  This was an interesting crate, while not my favorite, it had some great items.  We can always use a hat for winter and my husband loved Homer.  The Summoner game looks really fun, and I want to try it out when I get a free moment.  If you want to try Loot Crate click HERE and use the coupon subscriptionboxmom to save 10%.  OR Use the code NEWS3 to save $3.00 on your subscription.

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This entry was posted in Loot Crate Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


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