Geek Fuel is a great subscription box for many reasons. They offer a monthly subscription which comes with a box packed with limited edition toys, collectibles, comics, stickers, buttons, and other fun stuff. One of the great things about them is the fact that you almost always get a free Steam game code and an exclusive t-shirt in your shipment.
Cost: As low as $17.95 a month plus Shipping and Handling
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We are going to review two boxes today from April and May 2017.
As you can see, Geek Fuel has great taste in their selection of t-shirts. In April, the shirt was South Park: The Fractured But Whole Shirt and May’s shirt was dedicated to Dungeon and Dragons.
You also get some really cool figures and collectibles. In April you got a Deadpool Domes Collectible Mini (blind-pack) and you got a Ray Gun Stewie Funko Pop! Figure in May.
April: This Hidden Staircase Floor Mat (Geek Fuel Exclusive) comes from the game Zelda. This exclusive item is actually pretty nice and could be used as an actual mat for your bathroom or wherever you’d like.
May: This Iron Man zipper case would make a great pencil case for your child or hold other small items.
As previously mentioned, Geek Fuel offers a free downloadable Steam Game code with each box. In April, got The Dwarf Run. We received Kaiju Panic in May.
Geek Fuel has really amped up their collector pins with each box. They come packaged like a collectible and makes them easier to keep and collect. And they always feature the Geek Fuel logo/mascot in different characters/costumes. Very creative!
Can you see why we really like this box so much? You still have time to get in on the May 2017 box. If you’d like to see more examples of what you get in this box, check out some of our previous reviews.
I am the wife of a real nerd who has developed some nerd-like tendencies along the way. I am a mom of two, with dreams of becoming a graphic designer and writer while working at the local community college full-time. Earned a B.S. in Communication from University of Louisville and plan to eventually get my Masters Degree…They say it’s never too late to start!