Loot Crate Launches Collectible Toys For Subscription Boxes

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Last Updated on December 26, 2019 by Danielle

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The toy company, Loot Crate, reveals new collectible toys for its subscription lines.

Loot Crate revealed new toys for its subscription line at the New York Toy Fair. The new collectible toys that were revealed as part of the subscription service are WWE Slam Crate and Halo Legendary Crate. Both of these toy lines will feature limited edition collectible toys.

This March 2017, Stone Cold Steve Austin will be the first collectible toy out of four in WWE Slam Stars. He will be included in the new WWE Slam Crate.

Throughout the entire toy creation process from design to manufacturing, Loot Crate wants to create fantastic intellectual properties that excite passionate collectors and fans alike. According to Chris Davis, CEO of Loot Crate, he said that the WWE Slam Stars have achieved this desired goal.

Based on the trust of its partners and fans reaction to the toys’ debut, it inspires Loot Crate to imagine new ways to create amazing experiences to your door.

In related news, Loot Crate also unveiled the latest Halo Icons figure in the Halo Legendary Crate – The Arbiter.

We’re noticing a trend here of more and more toy companies deciding on a strategy to offer consumers subscription box services. We’ve already heard about Amazon’s STEM Club, Pley’s Disney Princess Pleybox, and Funko’s Disney Treasures subscription box services.

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