The BAM! Box Subscription Box Review – February 2017
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Each month, The Bam Box will send out collector items according to its theme – this month’s theme was “The 90’s”.
Each month comes with a themed booklet.
Inside, you’ll find all of the information about your items.
BAM Pin – Value $5?
Each month includes a themed pin. I got the super soaker pin – but you could have received a limited edition 90’s shoe pin (I think they’re LA Lites?) or a Furby! I’m happy to receive the super soaker because it’s the one I identify with the most!
Roary Beanie Baby – Value $20-25?
I’ve found the Roary beanie baby selling on eBay for around $25. This absolutely screams 90’s!
The BAM Box actually bought 90’s Beanie Babies from collectors – and boxes included some rare beanie babies worth up to $50!
Matt Doherty Signed Puck – Value ??
This is my favorite item of the box – and will be for all Mighty Duck fans out there!
You’ll get a signed puck from Lester Averman himself – in either silver or gold pen!
“No Soup For You” Custom Soup Spoon – Value $5-10?
I still watch Seinfeld when I randomly find a re-run, so this soup spoon is speaking to me.
It’s a custom made spoon just for the box!
Celebrity Fightmatch 11×17 Posters – Value $10?
The final item was 1 of 3 11×17 posters. You’d receive ‘The Bayside Brawl”, “The Moonbase Melee”, or “Showdown in Cyberspace”.
Each one is signed by creator Josh Lamont. I got Zach vs. Slater!
Verdict: When I first heard that February’s theme was “90’s” I was cautiously hopeful. Decade-themed boxes seem pretty tough to pull off – there’s just so much to choose from. I was a big fan of the signed puck and pin – depending on how you feel about the value of the puck – that can make the value of the box by itself. The other 3 items were fun items as well, but I didn’t see as much value for myself to add to my collections. Overall, they did pretty good with a decade-themed box.
What did you think about the February 2017 “90’s” Bam Box?