Geek Me Box Subscription Review – February 2016
Geek Me Box is a monthly subscription that sends you 5-8 geeky, comic, superhero, and video game-related items in each box.
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The Subscription Box: Geek Me Box
The Cost: $29.99 a month ($20 + $7.99 shipping)
The Products: Geek Me Box is a monthly subscription that sends you 5-8 geeky, comic-, superhero-, and video game-related items in each box
Ships to: US and Canada
Delivered via: USPS
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So, plainly put, I can’t believe this box arrived fully intact. If you couldn’t tell from the picture of the box – it arrived with the lid completely in shreds. Not only that, but there was no tape whatsoever closing the lid of the box, leaving the lid free to open up and have everything pour out. All of that said, it actually arrived in one piece.
Deadpool and Cable Shirt – Value $10?
This month’s shirt features BFFs Cable and Deadpool! I can’t wait to see these two on the big screen in the Deadpool sequel! I definitely got a chuckle from the shirt this month!
Hobbit Keychain – Value $8.89 on Amazon
They include two Hobbit items this month. The first is this keychain for the first Hobbit movie, The Unexpected Journey.
The Hobbit Socks – Value $1.99 on Amazon
The second item is a pair of fun Hobbit toe socks.
I haven’t tried them on as of yet, but I know I’m totally going to rock these around the house soon.
Sonic Stress Ball – Value $6.82 on Amazon
We had already received this in our August 2015 Power Up Box. I love sonic, but this duplicate will definitely be a giveaway item.
Deadpool Marvel Mini – Value $7.99 on Amazon
My favorite item this month is a Deadpool Marvel Mini! There are three different variant costumes for this blind bag.
I got the X-Force gray suit!
Wolverine First Class Library Binding – Value $24 on Amazon
I was very surprised to see the value of this item. This isn’t a volume, it’s a single comic in hardback book form.
Verdict: This was a decent month for Geek Me Box. I liked the shirt and Marvel Mini – but I’m a bit concerned over how the box was shipped without anything holding the lid closed. This hardcover comics pushed the value way up if you are to agree with the value. Without it, it’s about $6-7 over cost. Not my favorite month, but I’m willing to give it one more try!
What did you think of the February Geek Me Box?