Shirt Block Subscription Box Review + Coupon – November 2016
Shirt Block is the latest block from Nerd Block. They send out 5 geeky themed shirts each month. You can also switch you shirt sizes from month to month if you’d like to share the wealth!
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Shirt Block
The Cost: $29.95 plus shipping (Shipping varies, $10.95 to US)
COUPON: Use coupon code NERDADDICTION to save 17% off your first month!
The Products: 5 geeky t-shirts in every box + $10 ShirtPunch voucher.
Ships to: US, Canada, and Worldwide!
Read our Shirt Block Reviews to find out more about this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Shirt Block profile page.
Each month, you’ll receive 5 exclusive prints from Shirt Block. There isn’t a theme, though, so selections can be from numerous fandoms.
Like all Nerd Block subscriptions, you’ll receive a card that details each shirt.
It includes a $10 credit to ShirtPunch and their new e-store – the codes are available to the first reader to use them!
Mighty Morphin Time Shirt – Value $15?
This month’s featured shirt comes from inkOne Art. It features the Red Power Ranger’s helmet and Tyrannosaurus Zord!
Team Saviors Shirt – Value $15?
We get a Walking Dead inspired shirt. I’m glad that the show has finally caught up to All Out War, so now we can finally get an influx of Negan/Hilltop/Saviors geeky goods!
Clue Shirt – Value $15?
This one is pretty straight-forward. I can remember playing Clue a lot at a friend’s house (that friend that had a ton of board games), so this shirt is bringing back some good memories!
Skeleton’s Best Friend Shirt – Value $15?
A Nightmare Before Christmas and Smashing Pumpkins mash-up? Yes, please! This shirt features Jack Skellington’s faithful companion Zero in the style of Billy Corgan’s famous ‘Zero’ shirt.
Studio Ghibli Shirt – Value $15?
The final shirt features Totoro, No-Face, and Laputa Robot – all from Miyazaki films. I’m liking the hard-drawn look of the shirt!
Verdict: If you love geeky shirts, you’re going to get your fill with this subscription. I’ve received a ton of geeky shirts over my years of reviewing these boxes, but this subscription has consistently included shirts that I have to keep – I’m wearing my Ghostbusters shirt from August right now!
What do you think of the November Shirt Block?