Unboxing Review – Opening the 1st Lootcrate Sanrio Small Gift Quarterly Subscription Box
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My Sanrio Small Gift Crate from Lootcrate arrived last week. I see the article I posted when they first announced this subscription is getting a lot of traffic, so I’m guessing you guys want to see some box opening pics right? 🙂 You’ve come to the right place!
Overall I am happy and continuing to keep my Sanrio Small Gift Crate Subscription.
First, take a look at the packaging. It’s super cute! And filled to the brim with lots of cute Sanrio goodies inside.
This first crate included the following items, many of which are exclusive to the Loot Crate!
Notebook with stickers
Pen with charm
Purse (or perhaps a pencil case) also with charm
Fairly large sized Hello Kitty vinyl figure with tons of glitter all over. It had a really strong paint/chemical smell, but it is pretty 🙂 And the head turns so you can pose it differently.
“Gold” (not real gold of course lol) Hello Kitty Keychain in a beautiful gift box. Nice and heavy. This is a really nice item and was packaged beautifully.
Tshirt, this one was grey with a fake pocket over the chest and the Sanrio crew spilling or jumping out of the pocket. It’s cute but kinda plain-ish.
I’ve had a cold for almost two weeks so I haven’t modeled the shirt just yet since I look and feel pretty rough still lol. It does look comfy and cute though! But I feel although I’m “happy” with this crate (enough to continue subscribing), the value of items seems less when compared to the Pusheen Box which is also a quarterly subscription box. For example, instead of just a tshirt, I received a sweatshirt in the autumn pusheen crate which was thicker and more decorated and less plain looking. Also generally receive household goods as well as the notebooks/stationary items and vinyl figure in Pusheen Crate. The Sanrio crate on the other hand doesn’t have as many “high value” items and is more little items such as charms, stationary, and etc. Still all totally cute though, and WELL over the value I pay for the subscription. Priced at $34.99, the value of this first crate is probably around $55 I’m guessing from the few times I’ve gone into Sanrio stores. Not only that, but a lot of the items in this crate are exclusive to this subscription box making them hard to find collector items and increasing their value. This makes the Sanrio small gift crate a great subscription for anyone who loves Hello Kitty and friends. Lootcrate also offers many other subscription boxes catering to geeks and gamers. Check out all of their boxes at Lootcrate.com
In 2006, Jenilee graduated with a BS in Emerging Technology and Design. In 2012 she obtained an MBA in Ecommerce. Jenilee currently works for a small manufacturing company designing websites, email marketing, digital advertising, and print advertising campaigns.
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