Loot Anime and Crunchyroll Team Up

Friday, May 6th, 2016

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The Loot Crate team has partnered up with Crunchyroll to bring Loot Anime subscribers a box made for otakus. The partnership is outlined to make future Loot Anime crates better.

The Loot team has sent us this press release about the box:

To celebrate this partnership, the first crate is themed “Unity” and features amazing artwork that incorporates each company’s popular main characters: Crunchyroll’s Hime Chan Loot Anime’s monthly theme mascot. The Unity crate will celebrate characters coming together to achieve greatness and will feature four exclusive items (including a Funko POP!) from the following franchises: “The Boy and the Beast,” “Dragonball Z,” “Fullmetal Alchemist” and “Yo-Kai Watch.” The first Loot Anime x Crunchyroll crate is on sale today and offers exciting new benefits to Loot Anime and Crunchyroll premium subscribers:

  • All Crunchyroll Premium subscribers will now receive an additional $5 monthly discount on their Loot Anime subscription. This discount is available to both new and existing Loot Anime subscribers. For 3-, 6- and 12-month Loot Anime x Crunchyroll subscriptions, the discount will be an additional $10, $20 and $40 respectively.

  • Loot Anime will have early access to Crunchyroll’s content schedule, anime licensing expertise and relationships in Japan to ensure the merchandise inside the crate features the hottest anime on Crunchyroll.

  • The Loot Anime crate will now include Crunchyroll branding and colors.  In addition, this month’s theme of Unity contains exclusive artwork featuring Crunchyroll’s Hime Chan and Loot Anime’s main character as well (whose name has yet to be revealed!)

Existing Loot Anime subscribers will see no change in price or frequency, but they can now look forward to even better content. With packages starting at $22.95 per month, Loot Anime’s subscription price will remain the same. Every crate is valued at over $60, making this the most cost effective way for fans to enjoy a diverse mix of premium anime products.

If Loot Anime sounds cool to you, you can use the link below to try it out: