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The BAM! Box Subscription Box Review – February 2017

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The BAM! Box is a geek subscription box that focuses on limited edition, exclusive, and autographed geeky items!

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The Subscription Box: The BAM! Box

The Cost: $26.99 + $7.99 S/H

The Products: Limited edition, exclusive, and autographed geeky items with $60+ in value and 1 in 10 boxes contains an autographed item. Plus, every box is guaranteed to have an exclusive or limited edition art print.

Ships: Worldwide

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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?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

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  1. I have gotten the same box but with Austin Powers poster and a bear beeine baby selling for $1 on ebay. I was so dissapointed in that months box. I wrote bambox on thier Facebook page to say how dissapointed I was and they deleted my post . Right there they lost a customer for deleting my post to hid the fact a customer was not happy. I have now odered a diffrent company’s box who guarantee’s I’ll be impresses by it .

  2. I think the poster rocks of course woman that were girls in love with Slater and Zach probably don’t put posters on their wall anymore.

  3. What a great geek box. I love this one. Thanks for the awesome review, Eric!

  4. Ugh, kicking myself for not getting this because that signed puck is legit! Averman was hilarious – “Humm Batter Batter, Swing Batter Batter!!”

    • I almost posted that video in this review!

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