As early as 2012, Loot Crate began to provide geeks with a way to get the gadgets brought by pre-orders of video games minus the actual video games. Since then, the subscription box business has flourished. Now, almost every niche interest you can imagine has its own payment method to regularly receive surprises in the mail.
They have surpassed “Funko Pop and some pins with superheroes” and now there is a subscription box Japanese snacks, board game, with Dungeons and Dragons T-shirt. None of them offer you anything need, But some of them bundle together things you might want.
Are they really worth it? It depends on how much happiness you get from surprises and receiving emails, but if you go deep into your fandom, you will know whether collecting trivia related to it will make you happy. Subscription boxes are great gifts—just like old spares for magazine subscriptions, they guarantee that the recipient has a reason to remember your regular generosity over the next 12 months. This is priceless.
CultureFly’s boxes are not cheap, but instead of offering random selection, they are very specific.You can subscribe Star Wars Galaxy Box or The best in the world (For DC Universe collections), but there are also fandom subscriptions that are not so catering.like Office mailbox, Which once included a replica of a Dwight stapler hung in jelly. This is something you can’t get anywhere else. They also provide subscription services for fans of “SpongeBob SquarePants”, “Supernatural”, “Naruto”, “Friends”, and the cat named Pusheen. CultureFly delivers four times a year, and the prices vary-Office Boxes are priced at US$40 each or US$144 a year, while Star Wars Galaxy Boxes are priced at US$50 each or US$180 a year. At least the shipping is free.
Serious dice-rolling habit may be difficult to get rid of. I once saw a man selling his kidney for a set of machined transparent Gamescience polyhedrons. If you are in danger of falling into the same hole, please add a dice club of the month to your budget to satisfy your inner desire for spot d20. LibrisArcana’s premium dice subscription starts at $15.50 per month, Free shipping worldwide. In addition to a set of resin dice each month, they will also add some small rewards, such as stickers, and sometimes just more dice.They also offer more expensive options such as Premium Metal RPG Dice Subscription For only $22.75, you can get seven dice, so strong, you can use them to kill a goose.
Escape the Crate provides a bi-monthly version of the escape room, you don’t have to leave home, it is basically selling LucasArts adventure games. One crate may allow you (and up to five friends) to solve a murder case during the lockdown of the underground bar in the 1920s, and another crate will allow you to repair a spaceship on the moon. These puzzles are presented in the form of props and documents. Some of them are enclosed in sealed envelopes with bad omens written on them. Please do not open them until you are instructed. You will get a link to a website that contains an audio version of the instructions and narration. And if you need a hint. $30 plus $10 shipping, they are a bit more expensive than buying a real escape room ticket, although only one of them is suitable for groups. Because of the downloadable replacement printouts, they can also be reset to play or share again.
Among the standard “pop culture trash mystery box” subscriptions, Geek Fuel is one of the most popular subscriptions. Their boxes are not full of things you can buy in the Dollar Store, but instead contain limited-edition characters and exclusive T-shirts.If you really like the latter, they have one Tee Club Subscription, If you prefer to buy a box that you know what’s in it, they will sell it too.For only $35, there is one 90s Player Bundle Comes with PS1 button masher T-shirt, “Sleep Fighter” pillow, PlayStation metal coaster set and console decals. (Unfortunately, it does not include PC gamer gear from the 90s, such as a keyring with your first 486 or a miniature replica of the Windows for Workgroups hoodie.) Geek Fuel’s monthly plan It’s $29 plus shipping, if you pay a few months in advance, you will get a discount and a bonus shirt.