Loot Crate is a subscription box service for self-exclaimed geeks and nerds. The company was founded in 2012. The founders are Chris Davis and Matthew Arevalo. The company is privately owned. The headquarters are based in Los Angeles, CA. The goal was to have “Comic-Con in a box”. In only two years since the founding, Loot Crate had over 200,000 subscribers in over 10 countries. Loot Crate ships to various countries, including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Loot Crate also ships to APO and FPO locations.
Loot Crate includes four types of crates: Pop Culture Crates, Gaming Crates, Film TV Crates, and Limited Edition Crates. Under Pop Culture, they offer Loot Crate, Loot Crate DX, Loot Remix, Loot Anime, Loot Fright, Loot Socks, Loot Underwear, Loot Tees, Loot For Her, Loot Wearables, and Loot Sci-Fi. Under Gaming Crates, they offer Loot Gaming, Fallout Crate, The Elder Scrolls Crate, and Equip by Loot Gaming. Under Film TV Crates, they offer WWE Slam Crate, Hello Kity & Friends, Marvel Gear + Goods, Deadpool Club Merc, Rick and Morty, and Wizarding World. Under Limited Edition Crates, they have Adult Swim, Lord of the Rings, My Hero Academia Plus Ultra Crate, Batman 80th: Long Live The Bat, and Marvel 80th Anniversary Crate.
Each month, you will receive a new crate that is filled with surprises. Each crate will include a t-shirt, vinyl figure, wearable, utility, household item, and a comic book. Pricing for the crate will vary. If you would like to cancel Loot Crate, simply follow the cancellation instructions that are included on this page.