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My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Box

My Geeky Goodies is a brand new subscription box in the Geek Box genre! (The geek box category seems to have exploded in 2014, and we try to subscribe to as many as we can!)

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: My Geeky Goodies

The Cost: $24.99 a month with free shipping to the US

The Products: Geeky gear, toys and collectibles. Plus every box is guaranteed to have a t-shirt or POP Vinyl.

Check out all of the My Geeky Goodies reviews!

Ships to: US

Delivered via: UPS

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Info

This box comes with a card detailing a few of the items included. This month’s box is the first annual Winter box-o-fun!

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Olaf

Disney POP Vinyl in Olaf – Value $8

I think you can’t go wrong including a Frozen item in a subscription box – and this Olaf is adorable!

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Snowballs

Snowtime Anytime Plush Snowballs – Value $6

This is a cute idea for an indoor snowball fight, or a snowball fight anywhere it isn’t cold enough for snow!

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Lip Balm

Rudolf Reindeer Noses Cinnamon Candies – Value $3

Elf on the Shelf Mint Chocolate Chippey Lip Balm – Value $3

These both are perfect stocking stuffer items!

My Geeky Goodies Subscription Box Review – Dec 2014 Mystery Minis

The Nightmare Before Christmas Funko Mystery Minis – Value $16 total

I like that My Geeky Goodies often includes two of the same Funko Mystery Minis in their boxes – it increases the odds of getting at least one of the characters you want!

Verdict: I think this was a really fun holiday/winter themed box! The value is about $36 – over $10 more than the cost, and you can tell a lot of thought went into the curation.

What do you think of the December My Geeky Goodies box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Geek Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews| 9 comments

Comments (9)

  1. Do they ever have coupons?

  2. Chris in NM – Why don’t you ask them (or someone) to take a picture and post it here for you? I’m insufficiently geeky to guess it off that rather elegant description.

    • I have a picture, but I’m not sure how to post it.

  3. Definitely a fun box. I am trying to resist the urge to open the mystery minis. I love the Olaf figure, and when I got my F Box from Fugitive Toys, it had a mini Olaf as well, so I have big Olaf and his Mini Me. I am very happy with my first MyGeekyGoodies box.

    Now I just have my Infinity Crate, My Geek Box, Hero Crate, Loot Crate and Okashi Connection main box plus the Christmas candy box to go, and then I begin the wait for January boxes The themes for the January 1Up Box,Infinity Crate and My Geek Box plus Nerd Block’s first theme have January shaping up to be a great month.

    On a side note, I am asking around to find out if anyone might be able to help me identify the design of my random Shirt Punch shirt from my Nerd Block. The sighed help I was able to get to help me with this didn’t know. The description they gave me was this:

    “a man’s face with very dark skin and darker hair and beard with nearly flourescent line tatoos on each cheek and over his upper lip (think really bright tribal tatoos) with what looks like palm fronds behind him and little fairy like creatures among the fronds (think warrior fairys with swords rather than cute little joy and goodwill spreading fairys).” I might be wrong about the creatures being fae type folks and the describers at first thought the palm fronds might be feathers, I wondered if they might be ferns, and other details might be lost in translation. There also seems to be something shaped like a shield behind the palms and the little folk.

    If anyone can tell me what the design is from I would be very grateful and if not, I am grateful to anyone who reads the description and thinks about what it might be.

  4. GREAT Box! They did a wonderful job curating this box. I like the snowballs! Fun idea for a December box.

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