WWE Slam Crate by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – December 2016
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The Subscription Box: Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate
The Cost: $29.99 plus shipping
- EXCLUSIVE Superstar collectible line created just for WWE Slam Crate
- 4-6 mystery items in every crate, including apparel, collectibles and more
- Delivered every 2 months
- $60+ retail value in every crate!
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The theme for the December WWE Slam Crate was Dream Big. From Loot Crate:
This month, we’re celerating the Superstars who inspire us to DREAM BIG! Whether it’s never giving up on your goals or reaching out to help others accomplish theirs, these Superstars aren’t afraid to lend a helping hand and stand tall against any obstacles life throws their way.
The magazine listed out all the items in the box.
The magazine also included a page about Connor’s Cure which has raised nearly $1 million in the fight against pediatric cancer. Connor was featured at WWE events numerous times and was a great example of dreaming big.
This month we got an interview with Bayley, who has an item in this box. I like that each box gives us a little insight into individual wrestlers. It’s fun to learn new facts about wrestlers we love!
The magazine opens up into a full-size poster of The Ultimate Warrior. This is one of the most iconic images of The Ultimate Warrior and I love that they included a classic wrestler in this box!
Exclusive John Cena Figure – Value $10?
Our first item is a Metals Die Cast figure of John Cena. Cena is one of the most popular wrestlers in the WWE and a wonderfully positive person to feature in a “Dream Big” box. As the item details state, he works tirelessly with Make-A-Wish and this figure is actually wearing the hat/colors that he wore when he received his “500 Wishes Granted” Award from the foundation.
The figure is heavy and slightly movable. You can twist his hips a little but and the stand is connected to his right foot if you want to reposition him on the stand. He’s doing his classic “you can’t see me” taunt.
You can also remove the stand from the figurine.
The back of the box shows the other wrestlers currently available in the Metals Die Cast series. This includes the regular John Cena figurine.
Exclusive A.J. Styles Authentic T-Shirt – Value $25?
This month’s exclusive t-shirt features “The Phenomenal One” – A.J. Styles! This shirt is really soft and I like the distressed look of the P1 logo. As always, it features the WWE Authentic Wear tag.
The back of the shirt has A.J. is the same distressed text. A.J. Styles has had a really interesting career through various wrestling groups and the independent circuit so it’s exciting to see his journey in the WWE!
Exclusive Bayley Bear – Value $14.99?
Bayley was on WWE’s NXT program for a few years before debuting on Raw. She’s one of the most fun wrestlers to watch and is definitely a rising star. This bear is dressed in her signature headband and is wearing a little Bayley shirt.
The bear is about 5″ tall and very cute! The back of the shirt also says “Bayley”.
Exclusive WWE Intercontinental Championship Pin – Value $10?
This enamel pin of the intercontinental championship belt is the second belt pin we’ve received from this box (the first box had the Heavyweight Championship pin) so this is a nice addition to my collection. The belt is also a great reminder to dream big and work hard!
I was glad to see that this also had two fasteners on the back because the enamel pins are heavy and durable! The pin is about 2.5″ so the double fastener is great.
Exclusive Daniel Bryan Beanie – Value $19.99?
Daniel Bryan is such a positive figure in wrestling and I was so happy to see this beanie! Daniel Bryan is currently the general manager of Smackdown. When he was still wrestling, he was known for his “Yes! Yes! YES!” chant and his positivity fits right into this “Dream Big” box.
Here’s a close up of the patch on the hat. The hat is comfy and thick enough to help battle cold weather.
Verdict: I estimated a value of about $80 – based on similar items available through WWE. I think that the value more than covers the cost of the box because these items are also exclusive to Loot Crate. I think the wrestlers featured in this box fit the “Dream Big” theme well and I like the possibility of an enamel pin in each box because they are nice collectibles. Overall, I’m happy with the range of wearable items and collectibles. I also enjoyed the inclusion of The Ultimate Warrior poster because I love classic wrestlers and hope there’s more of that to come!
What did you think of the December 2016 Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate?