Loot Crate June 2016 Review + Coupon
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I received this box for review.
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.
Loot Crate has a brand new subscription, Loot Crate DX. The box is $44.99/month plus s/h and comes with $100,00 worth of an elevated assortment of collectibles, apparel, home goods and more from your favorite pop culture franchises every month. There are multi-month subscriptions available to save even more.
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.
Loot Crate ships by USPS and arrives near the end of the month.
Loot Crate include a mini magazine that also has all the items in the box listed.
Funko Dorbz: Fallout – Power Armor Action Figure by Funko $9.99 This Fallout Power Armour FUNKO figure is from the Fallout 4 game. My husband and I don’t have time to play video games much, but this figure is pretty cool anyway.
Fallout 4 Pin This pin unlocks special wallpaper and ringtones from Fallout Shelter.
Exclusive RoboCop T-Shirt from Grey Matter Art $15.00 This shirt is an exclusive for Loot Crate and features RoboCop! My husband loves RoboCop and has already thrown this in the laundry, so he can wear this tomorrow. Care note: Loot Crate recommends washing this in cold water and hanging it to dry to keep the colors from fading.
Exclusive Terminator 2 Metal Print This is the 25th anniversary of Terminator 2 (man I feel old), so Loot Crate sent this cool metallic print. I love this and it’s going to go great on my husband’s geek and gamer shelves.
Exclusive BIOSHOCK Infinite Key Blank Like Fallout, we don’t play BIOSHOCK but this key blank is pretty neat. You can use this as is for a key chain, or you can have it cut into a real key.
The back of the key has a birdcage. I am not sure of the significance with the game, but this key is far cooler than my boring one.
Exclusive The Matrix Puzzle This is rated for ages 17 and up. My husband loves the Matrix and is bring this to his office for a team building activity. There are 300 pieces, so I wonder how long it will take to complete. The side of the box shows the picture of the completed puzzle.
Like previous month’s the box turned inside to reveal a cool theme. This month, it was Fallout.
Final Thought: I didn’t get a full retail value of the box, because of the exclusives, but my husband really liked the box. The t-shirt, print and puzzle were our favorite items in the box. Loot Crate consistently delivers cool boxes, even if I don’t love all the brand/franchises they include. You can try Loot Crate click HERE and use the coupon SAVE3 to save $3.00 on your subscription or subscriptionboxmom to save 10% on any subscription plan. If you subscribe for 3 months and use the code FREEFIG, you can get Free Mini Mystery Figure with your subscription.
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