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My first Arcade Block finally arrived, just in time for holiday gift giving. As I mention in the video, even though this post is going up in December, I am actually reviewing the November Arcade Block from Nerd Block. Like the Horror Block, the Arcade Block ships out later than the regular Nerd Block, hence the odd timing.
All in all I’d have to say I’m pretty happy with the contents of this box. I know that this is officially the conclusion of my exploration of Nerd Block and their many offerings, but I think I’m going to keep this subscription for a couple more months to see if the quality continues to be as high.
All in all I found the Arcade Block to have a good variety of high quality products, although I am a little torn about whether to start asking for fitted ladies T’s for myself, or to keep giving them to Rick. Oh, dilemmas.
Thinking of getting your own Arcade Block? Here’s the lowdown:
Arcade Block is a nerdy subscription box service offered by Nerd Block. The Arcade Block is just one of 4 different box “types” that you can choose from. There’s the Nerd Block classic for $19.99, which is your basic box of toys & t-shirts a la Loot Crate. They also offer Nerd Block Jr. in boys or girls flavours for $13.99. These ones don’t come with t-shirts, but do seem to include craft items and books as well as the toys and action figures. Nerd Block also offers a Horror Block for all you fellow horror aficionados and of course, the brand new Arcade Block for video game lovers!
The Nerd Block site is very easy to navigate and canceling your Nerd Block is as easy as sending an email to their cancellations department, instructions which are clearly stated in their FAQ, unlike Loot Crate who seem to make their cancellation process as obscure as possible.
I also like that Nerd Block has distribution centers all over the world, which means that I got my box here in Canada at the same time as everyone else in the US or Europe. No waiting around like a looser watching everyone else’s unboxing videos for me.