Geek Subscription Boxes Like Loot Crate
Geeky Subscription Boxes
A lot of people love geek and fandom-related things. They also love getting fun things in the mail. These geek crates offer the best of both worlds!
Here’s how it works: you subscribe to the service for 1, 3, 6, or 12 months. Then, every month, they mail you a box of geeky goodies. These boxes contain things from many different fandoms — superheroes/villains, popular TV shows, anime, video games and more.
Typically, the box will have a couple of plastic figurines, a graphic tee and other apparel, plushes and more. Some companies have thematic boxes (i.e. a Marvel-themed box) and some just throw in a little bit of everything, like D-20 dice and shot glasses. Usually, you don’t know what’s inside until you open the box.
Geek crates make great presents. You may know someone who likes anime, but not have any specifics beyond that. Sending them an anime-themed box guarantees they’ll like something in it! Go above and beyond with a several-month subscription, surprising them with goodies even when the birthday/holiday is long gone.
Let’s look at some specific boxes.
When you think ‘subscription boxes’, Loot Crate is probably the first thing that comes to mind. Loot Crate has been made popular by YouTube unboxing videos.
When you subscribe to Loot Crate, you can choose between pop culture crates, gaming crates, film, TV, sci-fi and fantasy.
Lootaku is a premium anime, gamer, and geek subscription box. Lootaku offers three subscription plans and you can also find past boxes on sale for up to 50% off!
With the detail and quality of the products in Lootaku boxes, you will not be disappointed.
Comic Con Box
Bring Comic Con right to your doorstep with Hello Subscription’s Comic Con Box. Additionally, they offer crates with non-geeky interests for your mainstream friends. There’s something for everyone here.
SuperHeroStuff Hero Box 2.0
SuperHeroStuff 2.0 offers more customization than its competitors. Say you’re a huge Batman fan, or know someone who is a huge Batman fan.
The Hero Box will let you pick and choose which hero’s merch is in the box. One of these boxes can contain everything from apparel, to bumper stickers, comics, key accessories and plush toys.
Love comics? Then Comic Bento’s loot boxes are for you. These comics range from Dark Horse, to Marvel, to Archie. They select comics from big and small publishers alike.
The theme changes every month. Additionally, you can purchase past Bento Boxes from their store, at a reduced price.
IndieBox is targeted specifically towards PC gamers. Their retro crates contain 1 collector’s edition PC game, and some miscellaneous items chosen at random.
You can receive pins, soundtracks, posters, key-chains, and even controllers. So, if you or someone you know loves to PC game, this crate is for them.
Not into trinkets? Try an apparel-only crate! Teeblox sends you graphic t-shirts on the monthly. They have many categories to choose from — fantasy, sci-fi, humor, video games, activism, hipster, animals… basically, everything. Their selection is massive, so there’s something no matter your tastes.
Subscription boxes are a huge genre nowadays. There’s something very exciting about getting surprises in the mail, especially when it’s themed around your favorite fandom or hero.