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My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014

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My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Box

My Geek Box is a monthly geek and gamer box that ships from the UK. (Lately we’ve been on a bit of a quest to subscribe to all the geeky boxes that exist, and this is one of the few from the UK that ships to the US!)

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My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: My Geek Box

The Cost: £16.99 in the UK  (about $30-$35 to the US shipped)

The Products: Geeky Goodies and a t-shirt each month

Ships to: UK and the US

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My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Tee

T-Shirt – Value $10

I have to admit – I don’t know what this t-shirt is a reference of – let me know if you know!

My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Starwars

Star Wars Death Star Juggling Balls – Value $10.50

From what I can tell these are only available in the UK, so I think they will be a popular swap item! And this seems to be a Star Wars heavy box:

My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Ornament

Star Wars Santa Talking Yoda – Value $12

Star Wars Storm Trooper Ornament – Value $3?

FYI – the “talking” this plush Yoda does is just one grunt – no phrases. (The Storm Trooper Ornament opens to reveal a candy inside).

My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Pacman

TransFormers Bumblebee Stress Ball – Value $17

Pac Man Bottle Opener – Value $7

The pricing on this stress ball seems a little high, but I couldn’t find it really anywhere online. The Pac Man bottle opener is my husband’s favorite item in the box this month. It’s magnetic, and the bottle opener part is on the back:

My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Back

My Geek Box Subscription Review – December 2014 Candy

Cadbury Candy Sampler – Value $4?

These all had milk in them, so I couldn’t try them – but my husband really liked trying all the different candy!

Verdict: This box has a value of a little over $60. I’m really happy with the value even with the US shipping factored in. I think if we were Star Wars fans, we’d be ecstatic with this box. What do you think of the December My Geek 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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  1. That t-shirt is in reference to the new cartoon movie called ” The Book of Life”

    • No its not. Its Day of the Dead Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Xmas. Book of Life isnt the only thing that style is from, its a holiday.

  2. Tried to get a subscription. Doesn’t look like they are shipping to the U.S. oh well we have plenty of boxes here. 🙂

    • They definitely do ship here! I have a subscription too.

    • I can’t seem to subscribe either! The US isn’t listed in the country choices. 🙁 Am I missing something??

  3. The candy is called a selection box. They are British candy. They are not $4 when you buy them in the States. You have to go to British stores to buy them. They start pricing at $8, $9 dollars. The value on that is higher than $4.

  4. The shirt looks like a Day of the Dead version of Jack Skellington.

    • I agree. Jack Skellington

    • I see it now – thanks!

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