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The latest unboxing video for WrestleCrate.com features an unboxing of the September 2016 Ultimate Wrestle Crate. There are two options when signing up that allow you to choose between a Standard or Ultimate crate.
The Standard crate description states that you will get a t-shirt along with other items such as Mattel WWE Action Figures, Funko Pop Vinyl’s, Fateheads, and Topps trading cards each month
The Ultimate crate description states that you will get even more wrestling goodness, including items such as WWE Elite Action Figures, WWE Battlepack Action Figures, and WWE Defining Moment Action Figures.
From what I’ve experienced from unboxing videos of past Ultimate Crates, which start at $29.99 (plus $6 shipping), you will get a ton of value for your money from the Ultimate Crate. In each Ultimate crate there’s a combination of a figure, an exclusive t-shirt, a limited edition print, an autographed photo, and overall more items than in the Standard crate.
The big hook for Wrestle Crate Ultimate Crate subscribers are the WWE Elite figures. There wasn’t a figure included in the crate this month. This might make subscribers upset, but sometimes it’s just not possible for WrestleCrate to get enough stock in from the figure providers due to their large subscription base. This is the first crate I’ve seen from Wrestle Crate that didn’t have a figure in 2016.
The September Ultimate Crate was better than the August Ultimate Crate. Consumers purchasing these crates want WWE Elite figures, but Wrestle Crate had a suitable substitute this month with a Lana figure.
I really liked the signed photos in the crate this month, which you’ll see in the unboxing videos. I’m a fan of both Joey Styles and Ryback, so it was really surprising to get both of their signatures in the same crate. The picture they used for Styles’s signature is awesome.
Overall, this was a good crate. I don’t want to spoil everything in the unboxing video, but I will say that the t-shirt included this month is fantastic and better than the designs that WWE has made for this wrestler so far. Given the value of the t-shirt, signed pictures, figure, and other items included in the crate, people that purchased the September Ultimate Crate easily got double the money in value for what they paid.
And now to the unboxing video!
You can purchase a subscription to Wrestle Crate by visiting WrestleCrates.com. You can also follow them at Twitter.com/Wrestlerates. Act fast, as the deadline to order the November crate is November 18. Each crate normally ships during the third week of the month so it arrives at the end of the month or no later than the beginning of the next month. This service is also available to customers in Europe by visiting. Wrestlecrate.co.uk.
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