WWE Slam Crate by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2017
Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate is a bi-monthly subscription full of exclusive and authentic WWE products!
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Each box can be opened up to replicate the walk down to the ring!
The Subscription Box: Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate
The Cost: $29.99 a crate + 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!
Ships to: U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and Sweden.
The theme for the February WWE Slam Crate is Road to Wrestlemania. From Loot Crate:
For this WWE Slam Crate, we’re on the ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA celebrating the amazing moments, the journey and the struggle to make it to the greatest even in the WWE Universe! We’ve loved every single moment so far, so we’re packing our bags and heading to WrestleMania!
Are you worthy to receive this crate?
YES! YES! YES!
The magazine listed out all the items in the box.
This month featured a Q&A with Charlotte Flair.
The poster this month featured The Undertaker! This is totally appropriate for the Wrestlemania themed box as The Undertaker previously had 21 straight victories at Wrestlemania!
Exclusive Seth Rollins Authentic T-Shirt – Value $25?
I am a loyal Rollins fan so I’m excited about this shirt! Featuring his nickname “The Architect”, the SR logo, and the phrase “Seth Freakin’ Rollins” – this gray shirt is a great addition to my small WWE collection. I think Seth Rollins is one of the most talented wrestlers in the WWE right now and he’s currently on hiatus due to an injury but I can’t wait to see where he goes in the future.
As always, the label for authenticity is visible on the bottom of the shirt.
The Seth Rollins logo appears on the back of the shirt as well.
Exclusive The Rock Figure – Value $10?
The Rock is pretty much an internationally beloved guy so I think everyone will be excited to get this figure. This is the second WWE Jada Metals figure we’ve received (John Cena was in the “Dream Big” box). These have a nice weight to them and you can display him on or off the stand. The figure is giving us a little of the People’s Eyebrow – a classic move from The Rock:
The detailing on his tattoo is really cool!
These figures are nicely made and The Rock is an awesome exclusive to receive.
Exclusive WWE Attitude Era Championship Belt Enamel Pin – Value $10?
The Attitude Era took place around the late 90s and is when I first started watching wrestling (then it was the WWF). So this belt takes me back to my favorite wrestlers and stables of that time – Mankind, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and D-Generation X! I like that every box includes an enamel pin and there are certainly enough belts to collect!
Exclusive Topps Card Pack – Value ?
This pack contains three cards. I received John Cena, Kevin Owens, and Charlotte Flair.
The set also includes a code to unlock an exclusive limited edition digital pack in the Topps WWE Slam Card Trader App. The cards also feature short blurbs about the wrestlers’ career moments.
World Heavyweight Championship Waist Pack – Value $15
This is my favorite item of the box! I haven’t worn a fanny pack since I was a kid but if I’m going to start it up again it may as well be with a Heavyweight Championship Belt!
The adjustable strap and buckle are really sturdy. The pack is padded nicely and feels really durable.
The inside is roomy and features a couple slots to help organize your stuff. I can’t wait to find the perfect occasion to wear this. I also love that the info booklet mentions that “a certain famous Superstar” inspired this. Please correct me if I’m wrong but the first thing that came to my mind was this truly iconic picture of The Rock:
Verdict: The Slam Crate is always so much fun to go through. Based on similar items, I put the estimate of this box around $60. The theme of this crate is perfect with Wrestlemania 33 coming up next month. I feel totally prepared to watch it now! This month’s shirt featured one of my favorite current wrestlers and I loved that legendary wrestlers like The Undertaker and The Rock were featured. I always enjoy the collectible belt pins and the fanny pack cracked me up. It feels like such a silly item but it’s kind of perfect for wrestling events because you get to wear an awesome Championship belt and hold all of your belongings!
What did you think of the February 2017 Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate?