Loot Pets by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2017
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.
Buckles is a little under the weather so he won’t be making an appearance this month – but rest assured, he did the heavy lifting of sampling these items.
The Subscription Box: Loot Pets
The Cost: $19.99 a month ($14.99 + $5 shipping)
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 BUILD.
Each delivery comes with an information card that details all of your items. It’s looking like, with the reduced price, the typical box includes 3 items + a collar charm.
Each month comes with a collar charm for your pup – just like your month Loot Crate pin. This month you can team up with your pet and sport the Megazord.
Iron Man Plush Tug Toy – Value $10-15?
This month includes two toys, one hard and one soft. The soft toy features Iron Man!
This is made in the US and includes a squeaker at the center along with the rope for tugging. Buckles isn’t much for tug-of-war, but he did play with the plush part for a minute – alas, it was a little too big for him and he passed it off to Penelope.
Alien Flex Rubber Wrench Toy – Value $9.99
The hard toy is a bacon-flavored wrench.
This was a miss for Buckles since he doesn’t like harder plastic or rubber toys – and this one was rock hard. But, the bacon flavoring definitely had him tempted for a bit – but he quickly tapped out.
K-9 Bark Bots Dog Treats – Value $10?
As always, you’ll get a pack of size-appropriate treats for your pup.
This month’s treats were chicken flavored red bark bots! He was really into these treats – I’m really not sure how I feel about the use of Red 40 as the dye, though. Do you watch out for artificial dyes in your dog food?
Verdict: This month was a miss for us based on what our dog like to play with. But, like BarkBox, we typically end up gifting what Buckles rejects, so there is always a happy dog recipient. I’m happy that BarkBox lowered the price point, too – even though it has meant one less item, I think it’s getting a little better overall, even if this month was a miss for our dog.
What did you think of the February ‘BUILD’ Loot Pets?