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The 10 Best Geek & Fandom Subscription Boxes – Voted By Subscribers!

We live and breathe subscription boxes here at MSA, and we know many of our readers do too. This January, we surveyed YOU for your favorite boxes across several categories, and we’re happy to finally be able to share the results!

Read on to see which 10 boxes you voted for topped the charts in the “Best Geek Box” category – and see which box we’re watching in 2017.

Best Geek Subscription Boxes

1. Loot Crate, $15.99 plus $6 shipping a month


Loot Crate is a monthly subscription box for geeks and gamers. Each month they include themed collectibles and shirts – lately, they’ve moved towards a mostly exclusive model – so you can’t get most of these items anywhere else!

COUPON: Save 10% off any length subscription, or $3 off month-to-month with coupon code ADDICTION or SAVE3

One key to Loot Crate‘s popularity is that they offer many other subscriptions: Loot Pets, Loot Gaming, Loot Anime, Loot Crate DX, Loot for Her, Loot Tees, Loot Undies, Loot Socks – and lots of franchise-specific boxes too!

Check out all of my Loot Crate reviews to learn more about this subscription!

2. Nerd Block, $19.99/month + shipping


Nerd Block is a monthly subscription box for geeks and gamers. This box typically includes, at least, a figurine or two, and always a new exclusive shirt.

COUPON – Use coupon code NERDADDICTION to save 17% off your first month!

Nerd Block also has subscription boxes for almost everyone: Comic, Sci-Fi, Horror, and Nerd Block Jr for Boys and Girls!

Check out all of our Nerd Block reviews to get more info about this box!

3. Pusheen Box, $43.95/quarter + $6 US Shipping

Pusheen Box is a quarterly subscription box full of cute Pusheen things! Every Pusheen Box will have a curated assortment of mystery items with a total retail value of over $100. Most of the items inside are exclusive to the box and can’t be found anywhere else. The boxes may also include rare first edition items before they are released in stores!

Check out all our Pusheen Box reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

4. J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Crate, $34.99/every other month + shipping


J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Crate is one of the latest entries in the Loot Crate family of subscription boxes. This box is focused on the world created by J.K. Rowling and features items from Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.

COUPON: Save 10% off any length subscription, or $3 off month-to-month with coupon code ADDICTION or SAVE3

Check out all of our JK Rowling’s Wizarding World reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

5: Geek Fuel, $23.90/month


Geek Fuel is a geek subscription box that sends Steam video games, toys, collectibles and other exclusive geeky gear.

COUPON: $3 off your first month + Bonus Items with longer length subscriptions, no coupon required, just use this link

Check out all of our Geek Fuel reviews to get more information on this subscription box.

6: Fandom of the Month Club, $13/month + shipping

Read our review of this Beauty and the Beast themed box!

Fandom of the Month Club is a subscription box for accessory-loving fangirls (and fanboys)! Each month, this geek chic subscription box sends along jewelry and other treasures that fit a surprise theme.

COUPON: Use code ADDICTION to get your first 3 months for $30!

Check out all of our Fandom of the Month Club reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

Tied for 7th: Firefly Cargo Crate, $34.99/every other month + shipping


Firefly Cargo Crate from Loot Crate is dedicated to all things Firefly! You’ll receive 5-7 exclusive items with this bi-monthly subscription – all centered around one theme.

COUPON: Save 10% off any length subscription, or $3 off month-to-month with coupon code ADDICTION or SAVE3

Check out all of my Firefly Cargo Crate by Loot Crate Reviews to get more info about this subscription box!

Tied for 7th: Kal-Elle Fandom Monthly, $19/month + shipping


Kal-Elle Fandom Monthly is a monthly subscription box that delivers “specially hand selected high-quality fandom inspired designs” from one fandom each month. Items include hand-picked jewelry and collectibles. 1-2 items each month are Etsy or Kal-Elle pieces.

COUPON: Save 25% off your first box with code MSA25!

Check out our Kal-Elle Fandom Monthly reviews to learn what to expect from this fandom subscription box!

Tied for 7th: Star Wars Smuggler’s Bounty, $25/every other month + shipping


Star Wars Smugglers Bounty is a box in the line of Funko 100% exclusive subscription boxes! Funko has teamed up with Marvel for Collectors Corps, Marvel/Star Wars for Smugglers Bounty, and D.C. Comics for Legion of Collectors!

Check out all of our Smuggler’s Bounty reviews to get more information about this Star Wars subscription!

MSA’s Geek Box to Watch in 2017: Lootaku, $44.99/month + shipping


This was a tough pick since a lot of our favorites were already on this list! We went with Lootaku, an international geek box that ships worldwide from Hong Kong. They promise 4-6 high-quality geek and gamer items – no filler or promo items of any kind.

They dropped their price by $7 in December, to $44.99 + shipping ($14.18 to the US), improving the overall value of the box. We think their boxes have been getting better and better, too, so we’re looking forward to seeing what’s in store for 2017.

COUPON: Save 5% off your first month with coupon code MSA5

Check out all of our Lootaku Reviews to get to learn more about this box!

Did your favorite geek box make the list?

Tell us about your favorite Geek Box in the comments!

And if you’re still looking for your perfect geek or fandom subscription box, be sure to check out our list of Geek Subscription Boxes for more ideas.

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Posted in Best Subscription Boxes, Monthly Subscription Boxes| Tags: J.K. Rowlings Wizarding World Crate | loot crate | nerd block | Pusheen Box | 6 comments

Comments (6)

  1. Loot crate is absolutly the worst now. They are now including advertising as items!

  2. I think of all of these, most of which I’m subscribed to, that Geekfuel is probably the most consistent. Lootcrate has been very disappointing this year as it seems like they’re moving away from geek culture stuff into just whatever is popular but Geekfuel always has really great stuff in it that you don’t really see anywhere else. The batman-themed pacman magnets at the end of last year were so cool.


    I have been charged from two boxes, three months later I still have not received one. All inquires have resulted in them saying “its on its way” or “it will ship soon.”

    I was charged for a second box before I received the first one.

    My son is still waiting for his boxes and I am fairly certain I will have to deny charges with my bank.

  4. My favorite is definitely Loot Crate!! Its not very expensive, and you get tons of cool, unique, valuable, exclusive items!

  5. I subscribe to all of the loot stuff, crate, socks, wear. I like it for the most part.

  6. I like Loot Tees. I do not have space for collectables but tees I can wear on the weekend or at the gym. I do not get BAM! But it looks like it is turning out to be a good box.

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