My Geek Box - Subscription Radar

My Geek Box

Mystery subscription box of geeky goodness.

Price

£17.99 

per month

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One of the first ever UK geek subscription boxes, My Geek Box delivers a surprise mix of 6-8 geek inspired items and collectibles direct to your door for £17.99.

Each month is focused around a theme which is often in connection to the launch of a major film, game or TV release. Recent boxes have seen themed items from Deadpool, Star Wars and Ghostbusters for example.

Overall Summary

Funko Pop Characters are usually included in My Geek Box

My Geek Box offers great value with over £40 worth of merchandise in the box for for just £17.99 , making it one of the cheaper geek boxes in the UK.

Expect a quality t-shirt not yet released in the shops, a different funko vinyl pop is usually included, plus 4-5 additional items from key-chains, posters, artwork and figurines.

MyGeekBox website

The MyGeekBox website at http://www.mygeekbox.co.uk/

With an easy to use website allowing you to login and cancel or pause your subscription at anytime, good customer service and exclusive items not yet released on the high street make My Geek Box an enjoyable experience you'll look forward to receiving each month.

Certainly worth trying a box even if its just for a month by taking advantage of the first box discount code offer  RADAR10 for 10% off.

From the Founders

My Geek Box Cheshire, UK

Every month we choose a different theme: from zombies, to video games, to superheroes and even your favorite films. It's not only the theme that changes month each month, either - each month is unique, filled with a fresh batch of awesomeness!

We ship out your Geek Box between the 15th and the 20th, so you'll be opening your awesome Geek Box at the end of every month! And it comes with FREE UK postage, so what reason could you possibly have for not signing up right now?

About the author

Lee Sands

IT Evangelist and generalist for over 10 years spanning everything from virtualisation to Enterprise Lync farm deployment. Currently a Director of Systems in the education sector and working on several blogs and websites. I'm into anything and everything but particularly video games, tech and food.