WWE Slam Crate Review + Coupon – February 2021

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WWE Slam Crate is a bimonthly subscription for WWE fans! Each box includes exclusive and authentic WWE collectible items and apparel, with a promised retail value of $60 in every box. The subscription is $34.99 per crate + shipping.

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Some of the items were packed in plastic.

This box is the February 2021 WWE Slam Crate! Not really the unboxing experience we hope for, but OK.

Everything in my February 2021 box!

Enamel Pin. This month’s pin honors one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, AJ Styles!

The pin’s design features AJ styles’ popular line “Always Phenomenal”!

Banner. Next up is a banner that represents Kanako Urai, a female Japanese professional wrestler also known as Asuka!

Aside from being called as Asuka, the female wrestler is also nicknamed as The Empress of tomorrow.

Asuka is known to wear different mask designs and removes it as she enters the ring.

Gloves. I also received a cool pair of gloves with AJ Styles branding! It came with a nice black pouch that can be used as storage for the gloves.

The wrestler’s logo is printed on both gloves.

T-Shirt. It’s a black shirt that represents NXT’s greatest superstar, Adam Cole!

A gold colored print of the wrestler’s name together with his logo is printed at the front.

Lunch Box. Here’s a tin lunch box featuring Johnny Wrestling, which is professional wrestler Johnny Gargano’s nickname!

The space inside is enough to fit in a sandwich and a couple of snacks or a drink.

This box was sent pretty late. The February box included a bunch of wrestling merch featuring popular wrestlers. There are wearables like the tee and the pair of gloves, plus a pin and a banner for display. Another unique item from the box is the tin lunch box! It was a good curation overall, but it would’ve been better if it was sent on time. I hope they find a way to catch up on their backlog!

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

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