Halo Legendary Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – October 2016
Halo Legendary Crate is a new crate from Loot Crate. This box focuses on the Halo gaming franchise and delivers 5-7 collectibles, apparel, and in-game contact ever two months.
This is the second box ever from Halo Legendary Crate!
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The Subscription Box: Halo Legendary Crate
The Cost: $34.99 + $5 S/H
COUPON: Save 10% off any length subscription, or $3 off month-to-month with coupon code ADDICTION or SAVE3
- EXCLUSIVE Halo gear, collectibles, and in-game content
- 5-7 items, including a new figure line made just for this crate
- Themes based on the biggest moments in the Halo universe
- Delivered every 2 months
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This is the second delivery of the Halo Legendary Crate. They’ve created a new figure line just for this crate, so every delivery will probably feature a new figure/statue.
This month didn’t have the little game manual like the first delivery. Instead, you’ll find a large rolled up poster with all of you items on the back. With the poster coming in at 16 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches – it’s safe to say that this is the largest information card I’ve ever received!
This is the second month that a REQ Pack is included as well – while it’s not something that is guaranteed, I think we’ll see these more often than not.
Finally, like all Loot Crates, it comes with a monthly pin.
I got the rare gold variant of the pin this month. This month’s pin is a reference to the Halo 2 Anniversary legendary achievement “Betcha can’t stick it”. There isn’t digital loot attached to it like the core crates, instead, find your REQ Pack for digital loot.
UNSC Data Drop – Value $?
Like the first crate, we’re greeted with this UNSC data drop packet. It’s like getting a mission when you first open your box.
Inside, you’ll find details about a Covenant assault – I think this is a fun little way to bring more of the game into the box. While it’s not providing much, if any, value, it’s fun to browse through and get you ready to unbox.
OK – on to the items!
ODST Shirt – Value $15?
The first thing I noticed is that the shirt seems really soft – considering that this is the first t-shirt from this crate, I hope that continues.
I love the graphic as well – simple, but awesome!
ODST Hellpants – Value $20?
You’ll probably want to start playing Halo in these lounge pants because they are SUPER comfortable! I’m loving the graphic to go along with the shirt as well – my only complaint is that my pant legs were really long, so you’ll want to be prepared to hem these.
ODST Buck Statue – Value $25?
OK, this is why I subscribe to Halo Crate – the exclusive mini statues!
This month’s figure features Sergeant Edward Buck taking on the Covenant!
It’s two separate pieces, like the first statue. It also comes in at 7 inches wide, again, like the first statue. I bring up the first statue because this is the first time that Loot Crate has made a figure that attaches with the previous crate’s figure – the bases fit like a puzzle piece to give you an awesome statue montage:
I’m really interested to see how this turns out after 4-5 more boxes!
Morale Patches – Value $10? (for 2)
The final item(s) in the box are a set of patches from the game! You’ll get the ODST emblem and Superintendent emblem. These can velcro to anything, but are set up to attach to the Utility Satchel from the first crate!
Verdict: I’m a totally sucker for a good pair of lounge pants – combined with the comfy shirt and great second statue makes this crate a win for me. I’m loving how they’re integrating the first and second box together so far – I’m really excited to see where they take it from here – I’m assuming we’ll get more velcro patches and connecting figures, but hopefully they expand on items that inter-connect each crate!
What did you think of the second delivery of Halo Legendary Crate from Loot Crate?