GeekGear Wizardry Subscription Review + Coupon – July 2019
GeekGear’s Wizardry subscription is a monthly geek box subscription and a must-have for any magic fan! Each box will be personalized to your chosen House (you can also opt for “any”) and will be filled with merchandise from your favorite wizarding world.
In addition to the World of Wizardry Box, you can also try the Wizardry Wands, World of Wizardry Wearable box, GeekGear Wizardry Special Edition box, and also the GeekGear Classic box for varying prices.
This is a review of the GeekGear Wizardry box, which is $30.65 per month (£24.99) + $7.35 (£5.99) US shipping.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
About GeekGear Wizardry Box
The Subscription Box: GeekGear Wizardry
The Cost: $30.65 per month (£24.99) + $7.35 (£5.99) US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.
COUPON: Use code NEWSUB10 to save 10% off your first box!
The Products: A monthly box filled with Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts merchandise! You are promised 1 T-shirt, 1 exclusive print, plus 4 other products each month.
Ships: Worldwide (shipping costs vary)
GeekGear World of Wizardry July 2019 Review
Every month, I get an acceptance letter that shows all the items in my box. I like to open these to make sure everything that is supposed to be in the box is in the box, but try not to read too much to keep them a surprise.
This shirt is so artistically deep. To any other muggle, it looks like a stag in the forest or woods inside a stag picture. But for fans, we know that Harry’s Patronus is a stag. This shirt sort of reminds me of the first time Harry saw his Patronus, when he mistook it for his fathers. The shirt is a kids’ size large and is made of 100% cotton.
I enjoy the artwork I receive in this subscription. This month’s is a lot like the one I received in May. This one says “Until the Very End” and had three wands with smoke in the background. It is pretty and because it is like a print I received a couple of months ago, and it will match what I have.
Proclamation Poster No 98
Ah, yes! I love this poster! I got one back in May, proclamation number 82. This one is advertising for recruitments of students to work for Professor Umbridge under the Inquisitorial Squad. This squad’s main task is to ensure order among the students. This group obviously disbanded when Umbridge finally left Hogwarts.
Birthday Cake Ornament
I love, love this! We all remember when Hagrid met up with Harry the second time; the first time that Harry actually remembers, though. Harry drew himself a birthday cake in the dirt to celebrate his birthday while sleeping on the floor in the cabin where Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia took him to get away from the hundreds of acceptance letters sent to Harry from Hogwarts. As Harry blew out the dirt candles, Hagrid burst through the door (at least he picked it up and put it back!). Hagrid then pulls out a white box with a purple ribbon and hands it to Harry. It is this perfectly unperfect pink birthday cake with green letters. The cake in this box looks exactly like the cake Hagrid made Harry! One thing, though. The pamphlet indicates that this is an ornament, but there is no string (or even a hole to add a string). It doesn’t matter at all to me as it will be the most talked-about paperweight in my office.
Exclusive Butterbeer Cork Necklace
The next item is a pretty cool item if you know where it came from. The pamphlet lists it as a witch’s cork necklace, but that is not what it is. Luna Lovegood (one of my favs) wears this necklace and describes it as a butterbeer cork necklace. The one she wears, though, has the silver pendant on top of the cork vs the bottom like on this necklace. Per Luna, this necklace is believed to keep the nargles away. Other than the silver pendant in the wrong location, the necklace looks a lot like Luna’s. I plan on wearing this around my other HP super fan friend and will see if she recognizes it.
Witches Treat Lolly Pop
Oh, boy! What a treat!! This gigantic lolly has caught the eyes and desire of my children, though I don’t intend on giving it up. It is a traditional lolly that the trolly witch normally has on her cart.
Another favorite part of this sub is the variety of teas I get to try out. This month, I got Wolfsbane Tea which is green tea and peppermint. The tea smells nice and minty and didn’t taste too bad. I personally am not a fan of mint in teas or cocktails, but this one was pleasant.
The last item in my box is a GeekGear scratchcard. Last month, we got 10% off! This month, though, I got notta. Oh well! There’s always next month!
Verdict: Every month I really look forward to this box. It comes all the way to Texas from the UK and always has unique items that true super fans would recognize. This subscription always has an art print, a T-shirt and a tea to look forward to and usually contains handcrafted items. My favorite item this month is definitely the cake replica.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will get the September box.
COUPON: Use code NEWSUB10 to save 10% off your first box!
Value Breakdown: At $38.00 for this box ($30.65 + 7.35 shipping), you’re paying approximately $6.33 for each of the 6 items.
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