Geek Box Roundup: The Best Boxes for Gamers
I absolutely love showing off my geek pride because it gives me the chance to connect with people who like the same things. If you subscribe to a geek box, you’ll receive a variety of exclusive gear you can’t get anywhere else. There may be tons of the market, but here are eight geek boxes that stood out for one reason or another.
Geek Fuel is a great geek box because you get more than just figures to display on a bookshelf. Every month, you get a cool t-shirt and a game. The games are great indie releases from Steam that you may not have known about before the subscription. Geek Fuel’s geek box monthly subscription costs $24.90, although you can save $3 by using our link. Additionally, you can pay for several months upfront and decrease the total cost. Each box comes with five items that are worth a minimum of $50 total.
Loot Crate has become one of the most famous nerd boxes on the market because of the variety. This geek box has six different crates, including a clothing choice that allows you to pick five apparel options. The original Loot Crate costs $15.99 per month and sends four items, which usually include a wearable. However, if you’re looking for something cheaper, you can get Loot Crate Wear for as low as $8.99 per month. My personal favorite is Loot Crate DX, which costs $47.99 per month, delivers four to six items, and guarantees a $100 value. You can get some of the coolest merch from your favorite games, movies, TV shows, and comics.
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For those obsessed with zombie games or survival, BattlBox is the ultimate geek box. It comes with everything you need to survive in the wilderness – even against Fallout Deathclaws. There are four different subscriptions options that start at $24.99 per month and go up to $149.99. The basic BattlBox comes with four to seven selected items including manuals, emergency supplies, tactical pens, and EDC gear.
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Powered Geek Box has one of the largest variety of items I’ve seen for just $19.99 per box. When you sign up for a box, you list your shirt, shoe, pant, and underwear size, which shows the variety of items you can get. With the Geek Peek box, you get four to six items, but you can always sign up for the Premium Geek or Ultimate Geek for more items. Powered Geek Box even has a Geek Chic box that includes clothing and items just for women. Some of the boxes are a quarterly subscription, so be sure to read each box thoroughly so you know what to expect.
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Nerd Block is a geek box that focuses on including everyone, no matter what you enjoy or your age. This company offers seven different themes, including classic, gamer, horror, sci-fan, comic, junior, and Doctor Who. Furthermore, you can customize some boxes to be unique to your preference. For example, the gamer box allows you to choose merch from casual games (E for Everyone) or hardcore games (M for Mature). Sometimes your subscription can send you stuff you don’t recognize or care about, but Nerd Block is all about trimming the fat and sending the stuff you’ll like. The subscription to this geek box costs $19.99 per month, and you’ll get four to six collectibles and one exclusive t-shirt.
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I love gamer t-shirts, which made TeeBlox stand out because it’s a geek box that sends one premium, licensed tee each month. This geek subscription box costs $12.99 month-to-month, but you can pay as little as $9.99 if you prepay for a full year. Currently, you can choose from nine themes including cartoons, games, Disney, Marvel, movies & TV, and more. Plus, women and Pokemon are two limited time themes you can choose (at the time of writing). TeeBlox offers sizes small to 2XL.
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What happened to the good old days? Retro Game Treasure will deliver a blast from the past every month. This monthly subscription geek box for gamers sends three to five games based on your preferences for just $34.99 per month. While every chest is different, there’s a chance you can get games like Castlevania, Mega Man, and Mario Bros. Plus, the subscription promises to never send shameful games like Superman 64, Shaq Fu, or any of the old classics that were so bad that they were unplayable. You can get a variety of games from different consoles including Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Playstation, and Gameboy Advance, but keep in mind that this subscription will not send you consoles.
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Video games not your thing? Game Box Monthly may be more your style. This gamer geek box will send you a different tabletop game every month for as little as $30.50 per month. Game Box Monthly focuses on sending you tabletops that aren’t already in your collection, so you and your friends have the chance to learn something new. With this geek box, you’ll get a variety of publishers, themes, mechanics, styles, and identities that will keep your game night fresh.
Last modified on January 10th, 2018