Subscription box service Loot Crate has partnered with Major League Baseball to expand its offerings, bringing exclusive merchandise and experiences to subscribers. The program is currently limited to just ten teams and the Kansas City Royals are one of them.
The Royals Sports Crate will feature exclusive team-focused products like player action figures and chances at VIP experiences, such as warming up with the team on the field before a game, shipped monthly directly to subscribers.
"“Sports Crate and the fans it will serve, is an exciting step for our company as we explore new and exciting ways to celebrate being a fan, no matter what you’re passionate about,” said Chris Davis, CEO of Loot Crate. “Sports Crate is like getting a care package from your favorite team every month, and we are humbled by the opportunity to share in that experience for sports fans worldwide.”"
From License Global:
"The first Royals Sports Crate will feature a “Bringing the Heat” theme, stocked accordingly with a highly collectible, exclusive action figure of the respective team’s starting pitcher."
In Kansas City Royals‘ case, Danny Duffy. Subscribers will get the first box in May, each filled with five to seven Royals-themed pieces, and then four more each month through September.
From CBS 58 in Milwaukee:
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"Royals Sports Crates are currently available on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be limited to ensure their collectability."
Fans can either pay a monthly fee of $39.99 with no commitment or buy an annual pass for $179, which doubles the chances at winning one of the VIP experiences as compared to monthly subscribers. Annual pass purchasers also get an exclusive figure that monthly subscribers will not receive.
Paid subscribers, in either the annual or monthly plans, will also receive a month-long pass to MLB.TV for the first month of service. As previously stated, subscriptions will be limited and the window to sign up for the program on either an annual or monthly plan only extends through April 30.
Fans who jump on this opportunity will not only get new ways to demonstrate their Royals pride with exclusive Sports Crate merchandise, but some of them will get access to their favorite team and its players that they otherwise would not have had.
For the serious Royals fan, that’s worth much more than the subscription price.
What do you think of these Sports Crate promotions, Royals fans? Will you be signing up to get one or signing someone else up to receiver Kansas City Royals goodies?