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Unboxed Vs: Geek Chic Monthly vs. FanMail

RJ and I do a face-off between Geek Chic Monthly (Theme: Madness) and FanMail (Theme: The Gang’s All Here) subscription boxes! We open and share with you the contents of both April boxes.

WARNING: THIS VIDEO AND ARTICLE CONTAIN SPOILERS!

Round One: FanMail – Theme: The Gang’s All Here

Below is the list of contents in FanMail’s April Subscription box:

• Exclusive “Rogue One” I Rebel Beanie by FanMail
• Harlequin Nail Wraps by Espionage Cosmetics
• Exclusive “Charmed” Chiffon Scarf by FanMail
• Exclusive “Rejected Princesses” Enamel Pin by FanMail
• Exclusive “Guardians of the Galaxy” Spirit in the Sky Bath Bomb by Nerdienifties
• “Rejected Princesses” by Jason Porath Trading Cards Set
• “Harry Potter” The Golden Trio Postcard

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Round Two: Geek Chic Monthly – Theme: Madness

Below is the list of contents in Geek Chic Montly’s April Subscription box:

• Tea Party Acrylic Statement Necklace
• Cheshire Cat & Alice Mismatched Earrings
• We’re All Mad Here Twisted Ring
• We’re All Mad Here Vinyl Decal
• Flamingo Inflatable Cup Holder

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Final Round: Results are in…FanMail won with its bountiful box! But it also depends upon your particular fandom and what you desire to collect on which box you label as the winner. FanMail‘s June theme is Just for Laughs and is open for subscription. Geek Chic Monthly‘s June theme is Stranger Things and is open for subscription.

 

 

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