Star Wars Smuggler’s Bounty Subscription Box Review – Droids
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The Subscription Box: Star Wars Smugglers Bounty
The Price: $25 a box plus $6.95 shipping (boxes ship every other month)
The Products: Each box includes exclusive collectible product created by Marvel/Star Wars & Funko including apparel, collectibles, and accessories worth $50.
Ships to: US and Worldwide (For international subscribers: Items over $20 in value will have duties/taxes that will range from 12% – 18% depending on the Province. There may also be a collection fee from the posted country).
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Each bi-monthly delivery of Smuggler’s Bounty has a Star Wars related theme. Past themes include Jabba’s Palace and Bounty Hunters – this month’s theme was Droids!
Please Note: Our shipment was missing the information card for the second delivery in a row – which is a bummer because it’s my favorite information insert in the biz!
Themed Patch + Pin – Value $10?
As always, you’ll be greeted by a patch and pin on the inner lid. This month features a C-3PO/R2-D2 combo patch, along with a Battle Droid pin.
R2-D2 and BB-8 shirt – Value $15?
This is my favorite shirt from Smuggler’s Bounty! It’s a peek into the critical scene at the end of Episode 7 where BB-8 and R2-D2 come together to finish the map and locate Luke.
C-3PO Unfinished POP – Value $20-25?
This is definitely one of the cooler POPs in my collection – and while Smuggler’s Bounty has featured incredible POP Rides, this might be the best individual POP from the subscription.
The unfinished C-3PO has wires and circuit boards all over!
This one is sure to be a rare find in the future.
R5-D4 POP – Value $20-25?
This is definitely a cool idea for a POP. R5-D4 was ALMOST Luke’s right-hand droid – instead, a malfunction forced the Jawa crew to take him back in exchange for R2-D2.
I think they did a great job with the paint. It has that Tatooine patina and sand.
This time – you get to keep your very own R5-D4!
Verdict: I’ve always said that I can’t complain with a double POP month – this month feels like a big winner with 2 amazing POPs, and a shirt I think that everyone will enjoy. I do like the patch and pin as well, but I never have much use for them – it’ll go onto our pin board!
What did you think of the Star Wars Droids box from Smuggler’s Bounty?