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Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014

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Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Box

Infinity Crates is a geeky subscription box from the UK. They ship Internationally and promise one shirt and one POP Funko in every box, so we decided to sign up and give it a try!

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Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 ITems

The Subscription Box: Infinity Crates

The Cost: Approx $42 a month shipped to the US

The Products: One t-shirt and Funko POP Vinyl in each box plus other goodies.

Ships to: UK and US

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Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Shirt

The Mighty Thor Tee – Value $10?

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Ivy

Funko POP Vinyl in Poison Ivy – Value $9

Every Infinity Crate includes a POP Vinyl – definitely my husband’s favorite part of this subscription. (And he doesn’t already have this one!)

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Groot

Groot & Rocket Raccoon Holiday Mini Poster – Value $5?

I believe this mini poster is exclusive for subscribers.

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Pins

Magnets – Value $2?

I can’t identify all of these magnets – one looks like Supernatural?

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Hobbit

The Hobbit Vinyl Sticker – Value $2?

Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons – Value $1

There’s something fun about getting UK candy in a subscription box – my husband liked the Dairy Milk Buttons!

Verdict: I think we’ll probably end our Infinity Crates subscription for now – with international shipping costs the value isn’t there compared to US geek subscription boxes. What do you think of the December Infinity Crates box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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11 Comments

  1. Shipping only to us and uk does not equal international

    • Sorry – that’s our mistake. Fixed it!

  2. This box is sorta like a slap in the face. A cheap tshirt with a lame design, a basic Pop and a handful of stickers and buttons? I’d be pissed if I paid for that box

  3. You should try out the 1up box. Its suppose to.be a cheaper alternative to the nerd block and loot crate. I watched reviews on youtube. Looks good. A tshirt in every box too just like nerdblock.

    • I’ve been subscribing to 1Up for quite some time, and I like it a lot more than Loot Crate and Nerd Block.

  4. Shipping price notwithstanding, these items are not worth anything close to the price paid!!

  5. The top left magnet is from Dissidia Final Fantasy, it’s a mashup of all the Final Fantasy games.

  6. The bottom right is definitely World of Warcraft. That’s an Orc.

  7. The top left button is Final Fantasy, but it looks like a mash up of characters from different games. I recognize Tidus (FF X), the blonde male on the right with the sword, and I see Squall Leonhart (FF VIII) on the left, the one with the black coat and sword behind the head. I don’t have a good look on the rest.

  8. The magnet in the bottom left is Merida and the bear from Brave. The rest… I don’t know… maybe World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy?

    • The top left one does look like Final Fantasy art. I just can’t figure out which individual game. (But I haven’t played the most recent one or two so it could be one of those.)

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