For fans of Sanrio (Hello Kitty) and Deadpool, we have got an exciting announcement from Loot Crate. Sanrio is ready to help you celebrate Summer while Deadpool will get you ready for school.
Let’s cover the new Sanrio Crate, first. ‘Hello Vacation!’ is the theme of August’s Sanrio Crate. So, you can look forward to opening a box full of exclusive Summer-centric Hello Kitty and Friends collectibles and gear.
The upcoming crate includes an adorable, stackable Tiki Muglet set and other items. If you want to own such a crate, make sure to order by August 15 at 9:00 pm PST. The Hello Kitty and Friends Crates start at $39.99 plus shipping and handling (while supplies last).
From what I have seen in the Unboxing community over on YouTube, the Sanrio Crates are known to sell out very fast. So, if you want one, it’s best you don’t delay placing your order.
You can subscribe to the Hello Kitty and Friends crate here.
Coming to Deadpool, the upcoming theme focuses on helping you go back to school in style. According to the press release, “Loot Crate is bringing back the old school Deadpool swag with this month’s Deadpool Crate appropriately themed as “Teacher’s Pet.”
The upcoming box will include original (and exclusive) Deadpool gear. The box will have a T-shirt, gym bag, and more. If you want this box, make sure to order by September 15, 2020, at 9:00 pm PST. The Deadpool Crates start at $34.99 plus shipping and handling. Supplies are limited.
You can subscribe to the Deadpool crate here.
Also, with Father’s Day right around the corner, a box or two from Loot Crate can definitely serve as an exciting gift.
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