Loot Crate is a geeky goldmine

Mystery, nerd loot, and savings. We’ve teamed up with Loot Crate today to make this magical combination a reality. We love Loot Crate deals at AAPicks HQ. The enticement… the allure…

If you haven’t heard of Loot Crate then from the intro you probably get the idea. When you subscribe you get a box of themed items delivered to your door every month. The contents are a mystery, but it’s gonna be geeky goodies, and there are several types available to choose from.

What you need to know is that the loot on offer is exclusive, it’s curated to keep it fresh, and what you’ve paid is a fraction it’s value.

The contents are a mystery, but it’s gonna be geeky goodies

I could tell you that this would make a good gift for someone. But let’s face it, you want it for yourself don’t you? Everyone likes a bit of excitement in life. And if you think about it for long enough, I’m sure you can come up with a reason why you deserve it.

If you fear the unknown, it might reassure you to head to the Loot Crate site and check out what the lucky recipients who signed up in months gone by received. The original Mario T-shirt in January’s crate is the one I’m particularly craving.

To add to the savings you make on the value of the gear, Android Authority readers can get an extra little discount to sweeten the deal. Just head over to the website, pick out your crate of choice, and use the coupon code ANDROIDAUTH to get a further $3 off the subscription.

You can cancel any time, so give it a go. Hit the button below to get crate shopping.

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Source: techspot

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