Loot Remix by Loot Crate Review – June 2019
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Each Loot Remix box has 3-5 items plus a “best of” pin with a promised value of $30 in every crate.
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About Loot Remix by Loot Crate
The Subscription Box: Loot Remix
The Cost: $14.99 a month. Save with longer subscriptions.
The items: 3-5 items such as collectibles, gear, figures and more
Ships to: USA, Canada and a list of other countries here. Shipping varies per country.
June 2019 Loot Remix Review
Each box comes with this ad card which offers a discount to subscribers for any other box.
Deadpool Club Merc Taqueria Apron – Retail Value $30.99 (on sale for $10.99)
Ah, I was so disappointed to see this again, since I received it in my January Loot Remix. I would so much rather have received a Los Pollos Hermanos one because I know they have it! This is a standard apron, with Deadpool in a sombrero. It has an adjustable neck strap to bring the apron higher if necessary and ties around the waist. Now that I have double, I can use these as His and Hers or use one as a painting apron.
Free! Iwatobi Swim Club Luggage Tag – Retail Value $11.99 (on sale for $8.99)
Free! is an anime series about people in a swimming school who become friends. I don’t really watch anime series, but I like this luggage tag! It has the animal representation of the characters on the back with blue water-like liquid. On the front, it has a spot for a name, address, phone number, and email address. The only downfall, however, was that it wasn’t removable from the plastic sleeve to write the information. A permanent marker will do the trick, though! Nancy Su, a previous reviewer with MSA, received this back in June 2016.
Westworld Diorama – Retail Value $14.99 (on sale for $10.99)
I have never seen Westworld. Honestly and truthfully, I never heard of it until I received this diorama. This diorama, featuring Dolores and Bernard, tells a devastatingly beautiful and enticing story and I have to know more. The scene appears to be an old-fashioned saloon and has Dolores clutching a gun while Bernard appears defeated sitting in a chair. The diorama was easy to assemble and while Bernard doesn’t sit unassisted, there are little holes that I was able to stick a chair leg into. It really is a nice diorama with pretty good detail. Eric received this diorama last January.
Loot Crate Investigate Pin – Retail Value $12.99 (on sale for $4.99)
I think this is by far the coolest pin I have received in the Loot Remix box. It is simple: an old-fashioned tape recorder. It has one pin in the back since it is pretty small. Eric received the same pin in April 2017!
Verdict: Most of the time, I really enjoy Loot Remix. I get a lot of random stuff, and that’s kind of cool. Normally, I go in thinking I will find something from a favorite show, movie or cartoon, but this month I discovered a new series I will be starting (Westworld.) This month, I got 3 items plus an exclusive pin and I was able to find everything in the Loot Crate Vault. Altogether, the total equaled $70.96 and when you take into consideration the sales prices, equaled $35.96 which pretty much doubled the price of the box. Not too shabby, Loot Crate.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will get a box with a different mix of items.
Value Breakdown: This box costs $14.99 + free shipping, which means that each of the 4 items in the box has an average cost of $3.74.
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