Super Geek Box Subscription Review + Coupon – November 2016
Super Geek Box is a box full of delights for nerds, geeks, and superfans! Each box promises to deliver at least $40 worth of collectibles and swag every month.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Super Geek Box
The Cost: $12.92 plus shipping ($6 shipping to the US)
COUPON: Save $3 off your first box with code SUPER
The Products: $40+ Value of goodies in each box. Every month features a mystery collection with a guaranteed exclusive Ultra-EPIC Shirt!
Ships to: US and Canada
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This is the information sheet that came with this month’s package from Super Geek, detailing the contents. This month’s theme is “Immortal.” They also send a theme pin every month, which is pictured to the left.
Please note that since many of the items in Super Geek Box are custom / exclusive, lots of these values are guesses.
SGB Exclusive Humble Roots T-shirt – Value $15?
My eight-year-old, who is modeling in this picture, melted over this tee. He absolutely loves baby Groot, and seeing him in sprout form (tended by Rocket Raccoon) just pushed him over the edge. I get all my nerd tees for the boys in size Youth L so that they can fit either one, but obviously, the younger one will have to grow into this a bit. Just FYI, this size fits an average ten-year-old pretty well.
Marvel Deadpool Domez Collectible Series #2 – Value $8?
I couldn’t find this for sale online anywhere, so the value is a guess. My ten-year-old loves Deadpool (although of course, I did not let him see the movie!), so this was a big hit with him. He also likes pirates, so I guess that’s good we got the pirate version. Subscribers could have received any of nine variations.
Harcos Lab Health Potion Energy Drink – Value about $2.67
This is a cute inclusion that fits the theme in a fun way! But, I don’t let my kids drink energy drinks, and my husband and I do not drink them either, so this may end up going to waste. I’m sorry! If you tried it, please let us know in the comments how your experience with it was!
Titanfits: SGB Exlusive Divine Force Bracelet – Value $8?
Just FYI, the package was broken when I opened the box for some reason. In any case, my kids are just getting into Zelda, but they don’t really wear bracelets, so my ten-year-old gave this to a gamer girl friend. Apparently, it was a hit!
NERDCRE8: SGB Exclusive Invincibility Keychain – Value $5?
Mario rules in our house, and my eight-year-old was stoked to get this star keychain! He put it on his backpack right away!
SGB Exclusive Iron On Pocket – Value $5?
It’s Wolverine! My kids love X-Men, of course. We received a pocket like this earlier in another subscription box, but it was Jake from Adventure time. You can iron it on and look like you have that character in your shirt pocket. Fun!
SGB Exclusive You B*ST*RDS! Decal – Value $1?
There’s no one more immortal than Kenny, that’s for sure. This is a cute 8-bit rendition of the South Park gang featuring dead Kenny in sticker form. Of course, my kids do not know much about South Park, and although I personally think it’s hilarious, I intend to keep the kids away from South Park for as long as possible!
Verdict: Super Geek Box is awesome! We had more misses than usual his month, but I’m sure other subscribers were totally excited about those items. The tee, keychain, and Deadpool were all big hits! The estimated value this month comes to about $45, which is super for a $20 box! Super Geek Box promises a value of $40, so they surpassed their goal!
What do you think of Super Geek Box?