And here is the same subscription, but for our international readers. Oui oui! A three-month subscription normally goes for $128.97, but you can get one at 41 percent off for $75.90.
Loot Crate is the original geek subscription service (back when being a geek wasn't even rad), delivering high-quality nerd joy to your door every month in cool collectible boxes. Each crate comes stuffed with toys, collectibles, apparel, artwork, and more based around a monthly theme spanning absolutely every corner of comic book and nerd culture, including some exclusive items you can pass down to your children and grandchildren ... or ransom on eBay. Normally a three-month subscription to Loot Crate costs $68.85, but you can get one at 33 percent off for $45.90.
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