Everyone Loves AniMay!!

Great things are coming to you this Ani-May!

So, you may have heard that everyone’s favourite anime streaming site, Crunchyroll, has recently partnered with LootCrate in order to bring you the “Loot Anime” box! Isn’t that awesome?! Similar to the ordinary LootCrate boxes, a Loot Anime subscription brings you over $60 worth of anime and manga merchandise to your door each month including toys, apparel, and collectibles! This month’s box, for instance, includes goodies from Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, The Boy And The Beast, and DragonBall Z, and you still have TWO WEEKS to sign up in order to receive your content!

You can sign up for Loot Anime as a one-time shipment, and also as a 3-month, 6-month, or 12-month subscription, each increasing installment providing more and more savings to you as a whole. Current Crunchyroll members also receive $5 off their monthly subscription to Loot Anime, so we’ve got savings all around!

But what if you’re not a fan of getting a grab box, and would rather just purchase the goodies that you know you want? Well, we have a solution to that as well!

Crunchyroll has also partnered up with everyone’s favourite retail chain, Hot Topic, to celebrate “Ani-May” with all of us! Together, you are now able to purchase new and classic anime merchandise both online and in-stores for discounted prices. Fans will also be granted a free 30-day subscription to the Crunchyroll streaming site with a purchase of $25 or more from Hot Topic. So, now, you can binge-watch the latest episodes of Attack On Titan while rocking that new Tee-shirt you just purchased…and then, you can order a Loot Anime crate for $5 off with your streaming discount.

Whoa.

You can look into getting a Loot Anime subscription by going to lootcrate.com, and you can check out all of the anime and manga treats available individually by going to hottopic.com or looking for a Hot Topic store at your local shopping mall.

Angela Nicole Chu

Angela Nicole is a published novelist and Twitch streamer from Louisville, Kentucky. Her third novel, Accidental Vampire, is slated for release Winter 2018. In her free time, she can be found working out or listening to music. You can follow her ramblings at Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.