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Fallout Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – December 2017

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Fallout Crate is the latest from the Loot Crate lines of geek boxes. This is a bi-monthly delivery that promises $65+ value of collectibles and gear co-developed with Bethesda – and always an exclusive figure from the exclusive Fallout Crate figure series.

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About Fallout Crate

The Subscription Box: Fallout Crate

The Cost: $34.99 + S/H US / $49.99 USD International

COUPON: Save 10% off of any length subscription with coupon code ADDICTION

The Products: The crate will be $34.99 ($65+ value), and will include 4-6 items, including collectibles and gear co-developed with Bethesda. It will include “an original figure series featuring companions from the game with interchangeable weapons!”

Ships: Worldwide

December 2017 Fallout Crate Review

This box just arrived this week after falling victim to Loot Crate’s manufacturing delays. I must say – it might be the biggest physical box I’ve ever seen from a geek box company – I was very excited!

Like most geek boxes, you’ll receive an information card that details the items in the box.

Lone Wanderer Perk Pin – Value $5?

This came in two variants – the gold common variant, and the rare black variant. You should expect an enamel pin like this in every box.

Fallout 3 Tunnel Snakes Hoodie – Value $25-30?

I’m excited that they’ve included a hoodie instead of a t-shirt in this box – it’s cool to get something like this in a box that isn’t a limited edition offering!

The front is pretty basic – with a 101 on your upper chest to represent Vault 101.

The graphic is big a bold on the back, though! This is a heavy-duty hoodie – good for the colder weather! It fit as expected and kept me warm during those single-digit temperature days.

Fawkes Figure – Value $25?

The first figure in the brand-new line comes from Fallout 3 – it’s Fawkes.

If you’re a collector of the Halo figure line, then this should be pretty familiar in construction.

As a collector of figures – I can’t help but be excited about another figure line!

Power Armour Build-A-Figure Helmet – Value $5?

These days, figures tend to arrive in ‘waves’ – and to get you to collect all of the figures in that wave, companies tend to offer a piece of a buildable figure in every single character package. Collect all the figures, build the last bonus figure from the wave – that’s what this is, but for subscription boxes.

The first piece is the Power Suit helmet. Every box will have a new piece to build the final figure.

Vault-Tec Schematic Mug – Value $15?

You’ll also get an 11 ounce, all-over printed mug.

This one will go into my geeky mug collection!

Vault-Tec Gaming Pad – Value $15?

If you’re a Fallout PC gamer – you now have a new gaming mousepad to use!

It’s the typical, large, gaming mouse pad that you’re used to – but will some Vault Boy flair.

Verdict: For $40 shipped, I felt that the inaugural box hit the right notes. The items felt like higher-value items that you might find in a Fallout LE box, so it was a pleasant surprise to find them in a bi-monthly box. The hoodie and figure were my easy favorites – and as a figure collector, I’m also excited about the build-a-figure – but I’m more excited to hear your thoughts on that and the box as a whole!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. You’ll see the currently available theme on the landing page.

COUPON: Save 10% off of any length subscription with coupon code ADDICTION

Check out all of my Fallout Crate reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Fallout Crate profile page.

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!

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. I was so impressed with this box even though I’m not a pc gamer I loved the mouse matt, the hoodie is so comfy and you cold easily frame the info sheets as the design is adorable. So excited for the next ones!

  2. I thought this box was incredible. I’ve only ever subbed to lootcrate (classic) and minecrate, and I think Fallout crate blows those to out of the water.

  3. I got the rare black enamel pin!!

    • Cool! I like the look of that one

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