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20 Geeky Subscription Boxes You Need Right Now

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1. Owl Crates

Not only do you get a new YA book based on a theme (paranormal, first love, dystopian), you also get three to five “bookish treats to help you get your nerd on.”

2. Infinity Crates

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Themed items are sent based on your preference, and every box includes a T-shirt and Pop Vinyl figure.

3. KarePax

“A surprise box of full size global/regional/retro snacks and indie comics delivered to your door.”

4. Geek Me Box

First you choose your T-shirt size, then you become the envy of all your friends.

5. Tinker Crate

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Great for kids 9 to 14, it encourages them to use creative problem-solving skills through fun and hands-on science and engineering activities.

6. Naomi Kyle Quarterly Box

Curated by Naomi Kyle herself, your box will contain “an eclectic mix of video game, pop culture, and art inspired goods.”

7. Loot Crate

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With themes like covert, galactic, and rewind, you will be standing outside waiting for the mail carrier each month.

8. Awesome Pack

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With two versions, Family Pack (for families with kids 15 and younger) and Big Kid Mode (for families with kids 12 and older), there’s something for everyone in the house.

9. Hero Crate

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Because everyone loves a hero.

10. Kawaii Box

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Receive 10 to 12 of the cutest Japanese and Korean kawaii products.

11. Marvel Collector Corps

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Bimonthly box of Marvel-filled goodies designed by Marvel and Funko.

12. Book Riot Quarterly Box

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All things books and accessories. Yes, please and thank you!

13. Nandemo Snack Box

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Based in Japan, their box includes 8 to 12 candies and snacks that are hard to come by anywhere else. They also have a kawaii version.

14. Bill Nye Quarterly Box

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Each box is themed, with a piece-by-piece explanation from Bill himself.

15. Monthly Magic Box

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Each box comes with 6 to 10 items including booster packs, custom play mats, T-shirts, dice, sleeves, deck boxes, and portfolios.

16. Spangler Science Club

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Start a science spark each month for kids in grades K-6. In addition to the experiment, you get two instruction guides — one for your kid genius and a top-secret document for the adult science helper to encourage asking questions and learning along the way.

17. My Geeky Goodies

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Boxes are limited each month, so you have to sign up or kick yourself for missing a retro game cartridge flask forever.

18. The Book Drop

Choose if you want a paperback, hardcover, YA, or children’s book each month.

19. Game Box Monthly

All your tabletop game needs, without trekking all the way to the store.

20. My Geek Box

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Past months’ box themes have been sidekicks, justice, and nightmares.

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