Geek Fuel Geek Box Review – November 2020

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It’s quite a long time since I’ve reviewed Geek Fuel. I was tempted back to review the November 2020 box thanks to a very good deal.

The box arrived smoothly in the UK from the United States in its red packaging. The normal price for Geek Fuel, including shipping to the UK is $44 USD (£35 GBP) with a month-by-month subscription. That’s a much increased price of when I last reviewed this, although I believe they put more in the boxes now.

Although this was the box released in late November, it was largely Christmas themed, presumably to reflect when it would arrive with subscribers (but arrived too late in the UK for that to really count).

I don’t think there was an official theme recorded, but this did come with an information card that looked like a Christmas card, which was rather cool.


Box Contents

Gremlins T-Shirt (Exclusive)

Don’t wear this T-Shirt after midnight!

This is like a movie theatre and winter themed T-Shirt. Completely unofficial, I suspect.

The design is a bit limiting as to what time of year you can wear it. Nothing wrong with it, but it doesn’t do much for me.

I’ll value this at $10 USD, my common T-Shirt price point.

Popcorn Kit

This is fun enough. Microwave popcorn, 3D glasses and a fake ticket to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

I’ve eaten the popcorn. It hit the spot.

Okay, popcorn is a cheap store item, but there’s been a bit of thought gone into this. I’ll value the set at $5 USD.

Harry Potter Snow Globe

This is one of those mystery boxes, where there is one of eight possible Harry Potter themed snow globes in a box.

I got Ron Weasley, complete with golden snow.

Surprisingly, there’s more than one producer of this type of Harry Potter snow globe. The one I got is from Paladone, a firm I’m much more used to seeing in UK based geek boxes.

You can see the Paladone Harry Potter snow globes on

I’ll value this at $15 USD.

Die Hard Christmas Book (Exclusive)

This is an odd item. It’s a Die Hard book inside a plastic case.

It looks like a children’s picture book, only with more adult content.

You can see the regular version of the Die Hard Christmas Book on

I’m not sure what makes this an exclusive, but I expect it is the packaging (and, from previous experience, it may be different size to the original).

The package also contains a (very small) gift bag.

I’ll value this at $8 USD.

Christmas Gift Tags

Some fun gift tags, complete with Christmas move references.

I’ll value these at $1 USD.

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Box Review

There is good value here, but this was a bit too holiday themed for my taste.

I get $39 USD of value, which is slightly below the cost price. I do like the snow globe, but I don’t love the items as a whole.

The book is a decent fun item. From looking at reviews of the original version, people either love or hate the idea of it. The other items are a bit limiting.

I may pick Geek Fuel up again when there’s an offer on, but I wouldn’t get this every month. It may be better value if you’re based in the US and the postage costs are at a lot lower.

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