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Super Geek Box Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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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: $13.92 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

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This month’s theme is Villain!


This is the information sheet that came with this month’s package from Super Geek, detailing the contents.

Please note that since many of the items in Super Geek Box are custom / exclusive, lots of these values are guesses.


The Dark Side T-shirt – Value $15?

My ten-year-old was so stoked to receive this t-shirt! He loves all things Star Wars. I don’t think he even knows who the other guy on this tee is, he just loves Star Wars, Vader especially.


Funko Mopeez Deadpool Grey – Value $8.99

Of course I will NOT let the children see Deadpool, but for some reason they love him anyway, so this little guy was a huge hit with them.


Harley Queen Sticker – Value $1

Cute! Both the boys liked this sticker.

Meowth Wallet – Value $7?

I’ve never liked Pokemon, but the boys seem to like it ok. I’m glad they’re not super into it. Of all the pokemon, though, of course Meowth is my personal favorite. But why can he talk when the others can’t? No one knows. Or maybe they do, I don’t know. Anyway, this wallet is made of canvas, so it’s stronger than those paper wallets we seem to get all the time. My eight-year-old grabbed this right up!


Keychain – Value $5?

Is this an evil pac man? Or something else? In any case, I think I’ve explained about my eight-year-old’s keychain collection, so this was a welcome addition.

Team Rocket Pin – Value $1?

The eight-year-old loved this, too.


TR8R Drawstring Bag – Value $10?

My ten-year-old claimed this bag instantly, muttering something about Kylo Ren and Super Mario Turtles. I hate when I don’t understand these things; it makes me feel old. Someone please fill me in?


YOLO Wrist Band – Value $7?

If you read my review of Super Geek Box last month, you may remember that they left this item out of the box. I emailed customer service about it, and they sent us this one right away! I always want to mention whenever we have a good experience with a box’s customer service. Nice one, Super Geek Box! The kids actually bickered over this, so you know it’s awesome.

VerdictSuper Geek Box is awesome! The kids liked every item in the box and it will all go to good use. Again, I was very impressed with their customer service. I also appreciate that everything they send is kid-friendly, because as we have learned, not all geek swag is! The value this month (not counting the wrist band of course) comes to about $48, which is well above their $40 promise.

What do you think of Super Geek Box?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

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  1. I have a huge inner geek and this box is definitely calling to me. I love the whole thing and would use all of it and its got a great price point.

  2. Thanks y’all!

  3. DJ Connolly already explained chomp chomp.

    The bag: Kylo Ren calls Finn a “traitor”. The blood smeared stormtrooper mask is Finn’s. The turtle was your son’s Super Mario reference.

    • Opps forgot to add (toddler crawling on me). On the shirt the other guy looks like dark Link from Zelda.

  4. I remembered the episode and to quote the Bulbapedia:
    “One day, Meowth came across a female Meowth named Meowzie. She rejected him, saying that he was poor and that she preferred humans, so Meowth attempted to make himself more human-like to make her love him. Thus, he painstakingly taught himself to speak human language and walk upright like a human.”

    That’s how. 🙂

    I kind of miss this box. Might resub.

    • Love the explanation!

  5. Keychain is the chain chomp from Mario….great box this month

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