Sunday, May 25, 2014

May LootCrate Reivew!

****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.The products mentioned below have been provided by LootCrate for the review free of charge.****

 One of the most exciting times of the month is when LootCrate ships out their monthly box, You never know what is in the package or if you could be the lucky winner of the Mega Crate. The theme for the May LootCrate box is "Adventure" before the Loot arrived I knew at least one or two of the products would involve Zelda which I was excited about since I played the Zelda game when I was younger. This month it didn't have it's normal booklet that has info on the products included because they recently made that Digital which is delivered to your email monthly.

What is in the May "Adventure" LootCrate? The first thing I pulled out was a T-shirt that featured the silhouette of Zelda formed from words such as "Brave", "Dungeon Seeker" and more. The shirt is soft, stretchy and looks great their sizes seem to run a little on the small size so when you sign up I would suggest going for a shirt one size larger than you wear to insure you will get a shirt that fits. Also included in the crate was: A Zelda bottle opener key chain, A Adventure time tin with a mystery figure, A mystery Minecraft key chain, Temporary Tattoos, Stickers and a CD. Each month you will also receive a collectable pin for that month this month it featured Zelda's Shield and swords in Minecraft imaging.


I personally think that LootCrate would make a great gift for any comic, video game, or cartoon lover in your family. LootCrate ships to the US,Canada,The United Kingdom and Australia. Loot Crate is $13.37 a month [plus s&h] the site guarantees $20+ worth of goodies in your box You can sign up for just a one time box or you can sign up for 6 months to a years worth of boxes & you can use the code “LunaMoon10” you will receive 10% off of your purchase price. What do you think might be in Next months box?

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