Loot Crate has added even more choices! If you aren’t sure what I mean, take a look at all the different crates we have reviewed for them. They have so many choices! Today, we are looking at the inaugural Wizarding World crate. According to Loot Crate, this is a bi-monthly subscription that focuses on the magic of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts including collectibles, apparel, figures, memorabilia, and more. Right now they are taking orders for a crate and describe the theme as follows:
HOGWARTS HOUSE PRIDE
Bravery. Wisdom. Ambition. Loyalty. Whether you are a true Gryffindor like Harry Potter, a witty Ravenclaw like Luna Lovegood, a cunning Slytherin like Draco Malfoy, or a loyal Hufflepuff like Cedric Diggory (or even the legendary Newt Scamander), celebrate your Hogwarts house pride with house-specific and Hogwarts-themed items specially created for Loot Crate!
To get in on this, you will need to order it soon.
Cost: $34.99/every two months (remember to use our link and code NERDSTASH to save $3.00)
Right now, we are going to look at the very first Wizarding World Crate sent in November….
This Fantastic Beasts T-Shirt looks like a very appropriate shirt for the first-ever Wizarding World crate. It looks like a front page cover of The New York Ghost newspaper. I haven’t taken the time to read it but there could possibly be some interesting reads in that paper. Who knows?
This is a plush of Pigwidgeon, Ron Weasley’s first pet owl. It’s not a huge plush. Just the right size to display if you would like.
Also included in this series’ first, this Tina Goldstein Pop! Figure. There were five different possibilities in your crate including Newt Scamander, Tina Goldstein, the Niffler, Dumbledore, or Jacob Kowalski.
This is a cool keychain of Hedwig, Harry Potter’s Owl. It appears he is carrying a letter.
I love when they include journal-type books in these boxes! This is a MACUSA Notebook filled with several empty pages you can use for journaling or whatever you’d like.
The final item is the traditional Loot Crate pin in a Wizarding World style.
So, do you think this is the beginning of a great series? I think Harry Potter and Fantastic Beast fans would love it! You have time to subscribe and get in on the next crate in March. If you decide to sign up, remember to use our link and our code: NERDSTASH to receive $3.00 off.
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