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Geek Fuel Subscription Box Review

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Geeks and gamers rejoice! I was recently introduced to Geek Fuel while searching for something different for my 16-year-old son for Christmas! Let me start by telling you about Geek Fuel… it is is monthly subscription service that caters to the geeky and the gamers.


Every month, they send 6-8 items (think comics, collectibles, toys) and an exclusive t-shirt made only for Geek Fuel. Plus, you also get a full downloadable game and the latest issue of Geek Fuel Magazine. Each box has at least, a minimum value of $50.

The first box I received was October. It included:

  • Yondu Funko Pop ($11)
  • The Force Sleeps Pillowcase ($12)
  • Guardianade Energy Drink ($3?)
  • Over 9,000 Zombies PC/Mac Video Game Download ($10)
  • Delorean Time Travel Sticker ($2) and a Save the Clock Tower Button
  • Geek Fuel Mini Magazine
  • Video Games Live T-shirt ($15?)

Plus this month’s box included a Back to the Future Giveaway! Included in the copy of the ‘Save The Clock Tower’ newspaper is a phone number to call for 88 people to win a prize. I wasn’t a winner.

Geeky Goodness from @geekfuel #reviewwireguide #geek

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The next box I received was December:

This is the double-sided card that describes everything that is included in the box.

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Geek Fuel Card


8-Bit Gift Wrap with Mario, Zelda, and Mega Man (Couldn’t Find Price) How fun is this for that video game lover in your life!

8-Bit Gift Wrap


The Dark Knightmare Before Christmas T-Shirt ($15?)

Dark Nightmare Before Christmas T-shirt


Homer Simpson’s Little Book of Laziness Book ($25) D’oh!!

Homer Simpson Book


Devil’s Bluff Video Game ($15) + Bloo Kid 2 ($4)  PC/Mac Video Game

BB-8 Jumbo Eraser ($1) and Liquid Candy Sabers ($1?) The sabers are like the wax fangs for Halloween but filled with some type of candy liquid.

Star Wars Candy & BB-8 Eraser


Death Star Mold ($12) My son filled this with water to make Death Star ice cubes!

Star Wars Mold


Star Wars Greeting Card ($2?)

Star Wars Card


Geek Fuel Mini Magazine

Geek Fuel Magazine


What is your favorite item from the December box?

Plans Available: The Monthly Plan is $23.90 with shipping, 3 Months is $22.90 per month, 6 Months is 21.90 per month and the best offer is a one year plan for only 19.90 per month!

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