Every Day Is A Holiday With These 6 Loot Crate Deals

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Loot Crate subscriptions are like treasure chests for nerds, but even better. After all, while pirates typically only get to uncover gold or goblets, these loot crates pretty much contain everything. Seriously, we hit every corner of fandom you could possibly imagine, and best of all, that loot comes straight to your door without you having to get a mean case of scurvy.

J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World Crate -- Six-Month Subscription

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Look, that owl is probably never going to show up in your window with a Hogwarts scholarship, but that doesn't mean you can't get sweet loot from the Wizarding World flown to your house on the regular. Get a six-month subscription to J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World Crate and score a box of exclusive Harry Potter collectibles every other month for an entire year.

Each crate comes so stuffed with exclusive items from both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series that you'll forget about being disappointed by The Crimes Of Grindelwald in no time. Normally a six-month subscription goes for $128.97, but you can get one at 33 percent off for just $85.98.

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Loot Gaming -- Three-Month Subscription (U.S. Only)

Get a cube-full of awesome gaming collectibles delivered right to your door every month with Loot Gaming. It doesn't matter if you're a hardcore gamer who no-lifes their favorite competitive game or someone who prefers to dust off the old 8- and 16-bit jams for an hour or two every Leap Year. Loot Gaming has got you covered with four to six righteous collectibles and gear from both classic and modern games with each delivery. A three-month subscription normally goes for $98.85, but you can get one at 33 percent off for $65.90.

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Loot Gaming -- Three-Month Subscription (International Only)

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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.

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Loot Crate -- Three-Month Subscription

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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Loot Anime -- Three-Month Subscription (U.S. Only)

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Maybe you're a casual anime fan who has only seen the first few episodes of Death Note and Naruto. Or maybe you spend your weekends binging Crunchyroll while surrounded by stacks of manga. Either way, you should check out Loot Anime. This subscription service sends a crate full of officially licensed collectibles, apparel, figures, and more from classic and current anime and manga series to your door every month. Before you know it, you'll have enough Gundams to cover every flat surface in your apartment. Normally a three-month subscription to Loot Anime costs $98.85, but you can get one at 33 percent off for just $65.90.

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Loot Anime: 3-Month Subscription (International Only)

And here is the same subscription, but the international version. Opa! Normally a three-month subscription to Loot Anime costs $113.85, but you can get one at 33 percent off for just $75.90.

Bundle up in your Drax footie pajamas and spend a few hours with your Reaction Comics. You deserve it. Ya huge nerd.

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