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WWE Slam Crate by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2017

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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

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

The Products:

  • 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 April WWE Slam Crate is Masters of the Mic!

From Loot Crate:

Can you talk the talk? Take a lesson from the MASTERS OF THE MIC! These Superstars know the ropes of challenging opponents, talking smack, delivering hard hitting victory speeches and more. And that’s the bottom line, ’cause WWE Slam Crate said so!

The magazine listed out all the items in the box.

This month featured a Q&A with Alexa Bliss.

The poster this month featured The Rock! The last box had a figure of The Rock but you couldn’t have a Masters of the Mic theme without including him somewhere!

Exclusive WWE  Championship Pin – Value $10?

The pins are one of my favorite parts of this box and I now have quite a collection! This month we got the Universal Championship Pin. This design seems to be a bit polarizing among fans but I like it. It does stand out a bit when you put it with the other pins we’ve received but I think it’s a cool addition. As always, the pin is weighted nicely and comes with two fasteners to secure it on the back.

Exclusive WWE Mini Encyclopedia Vol. 1 – Value 5?

This mini encyclopedia profiles ten “Masters of the Mic” and gives you a nice amount of information on their WWE careers. They included a nice mix of some classic wrestlers and some newer Superstars. This reminded me of a collectible you might pick up from a live event but this was created exclusively for Slam Crate. I’m also excited that it’s listed as Volume 1 – hopefully we see some more mini encyclopedia volumes in future crates!

The booklet opened with a Steve Austin profile and, appropriately, closed with his classic quote.

Exclusive WWE Microphone Cup Set – Value $20?

This set of cups allows you to be your own Master of the Mic – aka yelling at the tv during Raw! This set of cups is a thick plastic that feels durable. These are hand wash only and hold 16 oz each. You get a classic mic design and an Enzo Amore custom mic design!

You can use the classic design to channel your more reserved smack talk.

Or go for the Enzo Amore custom mic design for a flashier throwdown!

Exclusive Finn Bálor Authentic T-Shirt – Value $25?

This month’s t-shirt features Finn Bálor!

The WWE Authentic logo is visible at the bottom of your shirt.

The back features the Finn Bálor name logo. The color on this shirt is really vibrant.

Exclusive WWE Slam Stars Stone Cold Steve Austin Figure – Value 20?

The figure this month is a true Master of the Mic – Stone Cold Steve Austin! This is the first in the new Loot Crate Exclusive Slam Stars line. This line is designed by Brian Baity of The Creation Crib and the detail on this figure is really awesome. The information booklet mentions that this is the first of four figures that will connect to creation a complete ring! Stone Cold was one of my favorite wrestlers during the Attitude Era ( I was staunchly team Steve Austin during his battle with The Rock) and I’m so excited to see that he’s the first wrestler featured in this new line!

The pieces of the ring snap into place easily and give you a decent amount of space to position Stone Cold Steve Austin however you want!

I can’t wait to see what this looks like with the other three corners and figures!

I love the detail on the WWE figures! Stone Cold has his signature 3:16 vest on and a silver chain. He’s also positioned to smash the beer in his hand! Completing his look are his jorts and boots.

The vest and necklace are both detached from the figure. I wouldn’t suggest trying to remove the vest or necklace because you would need to really stretch it and it may break. But they are pliable and adjustable if you want to change the positioning of your figure!

The box states that the debut collection of this line will celebrate the Superstars from the Attitude Era. We know that we’re getting a Triple H figure in the next crate and I can’t wait to see who else they include! I would love to see Mick Foley or The Brood figures!

Here’s a look at the Triple H Slam Stars figure that we’ll be receiving in the next crate.

Verdict: I loved this Slam Crate! The Attitude Era was definitely a more vulgar time in the WWE universe but it created so many great characters and memories for me. This month’s crate was fun because it payed homage to that era with the Slam Star figure and collectible pin but it also merged it with more modern characters by featuring a variety of stars in the encyclopedia and the t-shirt. The shirt and collectible pins are always fun to get and I liked that this month also included a homeware item. For me, the real star of this crate is the Stone Cold Slam Star figure. $30 a month + shipping always feels like a good value for a guaranteed shirt, collectible pin, and exclusive merchandise. The way they merged past and present stars for this box has me really excited to see what they do with the next crate’s Stables theme!

What did you think of the April 2017  Loot Crate WWE Slam Crate?

Written by Sarah Paul

Sarah Paul

Sarah’s first box was Honest Company and she was excited to learn that there are boxes to cover many of her interests which include coffee, sci-fi, books, pop culture, comics, and makeup. She’s currently loving Stars Hollow Monthly and Vegan Cuts, and can’t wait to find more!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. This was honestly the worst Slam Crate by far for me. The book while neat is not great and really just tiny excerpts from the real Encyclopedia. The cups felt kinda cheap and I have no idea why they included an Enzo Mic cup. That being said just the figure shirt and pin is more then worth it every crate. The value is awesome considering a limited shirt on WWE shop sells for easily 25-30 on it’s own. As long as they include those three items or some variation of them I will be a subscriber.

    • I feel you on the encyclopedia – it’s cool that it’s an exclusive but not worth a ton on its own. I’m hoping that it maybe will be part of a series that turns into a nice collection but we’ll see! The shirt, pin, and figures do feel like they always cover the cost of the box alone and I’ve enjoyed the shirt choices on almost every box which is cool. Those core items always leave me happy with the box and the other items are kind of a bonus to me. It seems like they try to rotate the type of item around (glasses, fanny pack, beanie, stuffed animal) so I’m curious to what type of items they’re planning for the Stables theme.

  2. The pin is for the current Universal Title not the Attitude Era.

    • You’re totally right! We got an Attitude Era pin in the last box – updated the post. Thanks!

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