Loot Crate is filled with collectibles and apparel from your favorite tv shows, movies, games, and more! A box that is valued at over $50, including exclusive items, can be delivered to your mailbox each month! We always love getting these in our mailbox each month.
Cost: $15.99 a month (paid monthly) or $12.95 a month (paid annually) plus Shipping and Handling
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The November 2017 Loot Crate had a theme of Unite 2.0.
Most of the boxes include a magazine with some good reading and description of the contents.
In the spirit of the Holidays, the November crate included this Voltron Legendary Defender t-shirt. It’s festive and a great holiday shirt!
How about a Widowmaker Funko Pop Figure to add to your Overwatch collection? Loot Crate was kind enough to provide this to their subscribers in November.
This Loot Crate Exclusive Power Rangers mini-figure was also included. We got the red Power Ranger but other subscribers may have gotten a different color.
How about a reprint of The Brave and the Bold: Justice League of America No. 28 to add to your comic collection? I’m not a big comic collector but I know there are a ton of you out there!
The final item in this Crate is the traditional Lootpin for November that demonstrates the idea of Unite 2.0 and somewhat matches the cover of the Loot Crate Magazine.
So did you see something you liked? This is a great box that comes with some really creative apparel and collectibles. You should also check out all of the other crate options they have available. They have a ton of specialized boxes themed out for movies like Harry Potter or a box dedicated to Marvel only and so much more! Don’t forget to use our affiliate link and coupon code: NERDSTASH and save $3.00!
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