The BAM! Box March 2019 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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The BAM! Box is a monthly subscription box that brings incredible collectible items from the comic book and film world – every box includes a limited edition or exclusive item.

DEAL: Save $5 on your first Original Bam! Box with coupon code CRATEJOY5.

 

The description sheet shows what the box could have in it. The BAM! Box will randomly have limited edition items. BAM! is also celebrating three years!

BAM! Box has a community of people that like to trade items. In case you were hoping for a different item, you can reach out to others and see who may want to trade. I like that BAM! Box encourages subscribers to engage; not just with the service, but with the other subscribers.

Everything in the box!

“Eleven” Waffle Box – It’s a cool looking box.  Not really my type of thing but I’m sure plenty of folks will eat this kind of thing up.I received a 1-Up card!  Let’s see what limited edition item I received.

BAM! Pin – Subscribers will receive one of three different pins. I received the ALF pin which is limited to 99.

Bradley Greg Autographed 8×10 – This was a really nice surprise. The BAM! Box is great for getting some of the most interesting autographs. Bradley Greg played the part of “Eyeball Chambers” in the movie, “Stand By Me.”

“Boom & Inked” Fan Art by David Lizanetz – Subscribers will receive one of two different prints. I received the Adam Bomb print.

The BAM! Box never fails to provide comic book and film enthusiasts a bunch of hard-to-find and high-quality merch. My favorite item this month is the autographed 8×10, but the rest are awesome and worthy of adding to my collection too. All in all, this box made me geek out and I’m definitely satisfied! Looking forward to the next boxes!

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  • brian

    Listed as March but it’s February’s.