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Culturefly Walmart-Exclusive Legend of Zelda Box Review!

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Culturefly has released two more collectible boxes for the Holiday season! These collectible boxes are available in-store exclusively at Walmart. You may remember Culturefly from their other popular boxes like Pusheen Box, The Nick Box, DC World’s Finest, and Shopkins Direct – needless to say, I was excited to dig in!

Check out my review of the Nintendo Console Mystery Box, Super Mario Bros, and Call of Duty WWII Box as well!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Box: Walmart-Exclusive Legend of Zelda Box

The Cost: $29.99

The Products: A $70+ value of Legend of Zelda collectibles and goods – plus one mystery item!

Good To Know: These are available in-store at Walmart! This is not a subscription, but a one-off mystery box.

The Legend of Zelda box includes 7 items – one of which is a mystery item – themed around in-game items!

Rupee Wallet Vinyl – Value $20-25?

I wanted to start the review with the mystery item because it’s my favorite!

Zelda fans will recognize the in-game rupees! This vinyl will be perfect to display with your Zelda games.

Chest Coin Bank – Value $15?

There’s a lot of time in Zelda that involves opening chests like this one to get some loot. So why not store your own loot in this bank!

It’s got that nice rustic finish with the triforce emblem front and center.

Pop it open to retrieve your loot when you need it.

Triforce Plush – Value $10?

You’ll get this little triforce plush as well.

If you’re like me, you might have to fight your dog to keep this pristine! It does pretty well standing on its own, though, so this could be displayed with your rupees.

Crest Glass – Value $15?

If you’re looking for something a bit more practical – you’ll get this glass that features Link’s shield and sword.

I kind of like that it’s on the subtle side.

Vinyl Decal – Value $5-10?

You can peel this decal off and pop it wherever you like – but I’m thinking a car might be the coolest looking. That being said, it’ll be a permanent decal – just be aware!

Journal – Value $15?

You’ll get a leather bound journal with the logo stamped on the reversed side.

It’s a basic journal on the inside – but it’s easily replaceable when you’re out of room, too.

How cool are these little in-laid details!

Collectible Coin – Value $5?

The final item is a collectible coin that commemorates box number 1 – we’ll see if there will be more in the future!

Verdict: Like the Super Mario Bros. box – I really liked the bigger ticket items in the box, especially the exclusive vinyl figure! My values add up to around $95 in value, too – so it feels like it definitely comes in over $70 value promise, even with my guesstimate values.

What do you think of the Legend of Zelda Box? Are you grabbing one at Walmart?

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. Went to look for this at W-M. One employee said they had it “a couple of years ago,” but not recently. Don’t think so. Sure wish they had it online!

  2. I thought the vinyl was an actual little pouch with rupees spilling out. Awesome detail! I had to do a triple take to finally figure it out, lol. I was thinking ‘why is a little pouch of plastic rupees his favorite item?’ Now I get it!

  3. I’m a sucker for anything Zelda. I was just at Walmart but it looks like I’m heading back.

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