Loot Pets by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2016
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Loot Pets
The Cost: $24.99 a month ($19.99 + $5 shipping)
COUPON: Use coupon code SAVE3 to save $3 off your first box!
The Products: Apparel, accessories, toys, treats (Treats available in the USA only. An item of equal value will be substituted for international orders.) and more. You get a $50+** value in every crate! In addition, we help pets in need by donating $1 from each subscription purchase to local and national pet charities.
Ships to: Worldwide
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Each month, Loot Crate will release a theme that spans across their Core Crate, Loot Pets, Loot Wear, and Loot Crate DX. This month’s theme was Speed.
Each month comes with a card as well. You’ll find information on each item in the box.
Every month, they include a collar charm that follows the theme. This month’s collar charm mirror’s the Loot Crate pin.
Stark Motor Racing Dog Shirt – Value $10?
This month, they’ve moved away from including both human and dog shirts. But, they also moved back to matching the shirt from the month’s Loot Crate.
Buckles loves a good photoshoot. This month, the shirt fit him well!
Mach-3 Munchies – Value $10?
The treats of the month were shaped like little jets. These treats are grain and gluten-free, and made in the USA. They are beef treats and Buckles loves them (no surprise there).
X-Tire Ball – Value $7 on Amazon
There were two toys this month – which I feel is a better value than a human shirt. The first toy is this X-Tire ball. At the center of this is a jingle ball – they’re really rugged as well. Unfortunately, Buckles doesn’t play with plastic/rubber toys, so this will be gifted.
Doggie Darts – Value $10 on Amazon
The second is also a plastic toy – although it’s a soft plastic. These are inspired by lawn darts, and while they are larger, would still work for our 15-pound dog – they’re small enough to pick up.
Verdict: We love the shirt and treats this month – but were left without usable toys, so it definitely feels like a down month for me. Overall, I’m glad they went back to two toys in each box, the shirts were fun, but in the end, it started to feel like much less value for the pup. While receiving two toys is great, two hard plastic/rubber toys isn’t great for our dog, who prefers soft plush toys – maybe there could be an option to choose the type of toy in the future?
What did you think of the Loot Pets “Speed” box?