WWE Slam Crate February/March 2019 Subscription Box Review + Coupons

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The WWE Slam Crate has arrived! The biggest names in professional wrestling are in the WWE and I can’t wait to see what this box has in store. WWE Slam Crate is a bimonthly subscription box from Loot Crate full of exclusive and authentic collectibles and apparel – about $60 in value in every box.

DEAL: Save 10% on any subscription plan with coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION. You save $3 on your first box with coupon code SAVE3.

Everything in the crate!

Normally there is a description sheet but I didn’t get one this time.

Rowdy Ronda’s Arm Bar T-Shirt. This is a clever design that looks like a cool bar t-shirt.

A closer look at the logo on the front.

SHIELD Key Chain. It’s a heavy duty key chain from one of the most dominant factions in WWE history.

Mankind Socks. Mr. Socko!!!! I’m glad these socks look much cleaner than the Mr. Socko that Mankind/Mick Foley pulls from his pants before he sticks it in his opponent’s mouth.

WWE Championship Pin. The pins each month are some of my favorite items. I really enjoy the championship replicas.

Chris Jericho Figure. Y2J looks remarkable. This has been a fun Slam Crate thus far. It’s pretty cool that we get Chris Jericho despite the fact he has signed with All Elite Wrestling, a new promotion that is running their first pay per view in May.

Chris Jericho looks fantastic in the ring. The ring is part of a set of 4. You can connect them with previous (and future) ring pieces from WWE Slam Crate.

The details are great all the way around the figure.

This subscription keeps me excited every month! The items are well-thought-out, and even includes a shirt and a figure. If you’re a WWE fan like me, this is an awesome way to get your hands on exclusive merch and collectibles. My favorites are the pins but everything else is high-quality. I’m also looking forward to completing my WWE figure collection!

What do you think of this month’s WWE Slam Crate?

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