Friday, December 18, 2015
The cost for a Month to Month is $17.90, $16.90/month for a 3-month subscription, $15.90/month for a 6-month tour and just $13.90/month for a one-year subscription.
Shipping $6.00 to the US, Canada, and at least a few other countries.
Rather than spend time taking the thing apart, let's allow the pictures to show you why this one is definitely missing something, and we'll provide some additional thoughts at the end:
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November's Geek Fuel box feels a bit like meh.
Review by Matt CummingsSubscription boxes are a tricky gamble these days. One month, a box soars to greatness (see Loot Crate's October box) only to hit frustrating lows the month before. The problem isn't always connection with what fans want, but the quality of the items inside. We can accept a well-crafted box with nothing we particularly like, but only if it contains quality and value that can allow us to either flip or give it to someone else without feeling like ghetto in doing so. This month's Geek Fuel box feels a bit like this, as if someone just wasn't on their geek game. Before diving in, let's review the details: