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Anime Haul

8 Reviews
SKU: 400000032948

Retail Price: $61.91

Your Price: $39.99

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About Anime Haul

January’s Anime Haul features tales of New Beginnings as we celebrate the New Year.

Start the New Year off right with Right Stuf’s Monthly Anime Haul! If you’re looking for a new adventure, unexpected opportunity, or just a distraction this month’s Anime Haul is perfect for you. January’s Anime Haul includes a popular anime, book, two merchandise items, and $5 Stuf Bucks. As you write your New Year’s Resolutions you can keep these stories in mind, finding inspiration to reach your own goals. Don’t Wait! Quantities are limited.

Anime Haul will be available for pre-order until January 7th or while supplies last. Anime Haul must be purchased alone and all sales are final.

Find out more details about our Monthly Anime Haul here!


  • Publisher: RIGHT STUF
  • Media: Unclassified Products
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Release Date: 1/8/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 2

Not Worth the Price of Entry This Round

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$40 was pretty steep for a random loot box, but I figured rightstuf wouldn’t let me down. So I splurged.

They let me down.

The 3 (yes, only 3) items in this box were the SAVE Blu-ray and DVD combo of Ben-To, a manga called Delicious Dungeon, and a Food Wars rubber keychain.

To be honest, this feels like a way to dump stuff no one is buying. I mean, that’s probably exactly what this monthly box is, but it just felt like a big letdown. Searching out these items online show the anime for $23 and the manga for $10. The keychain doesn’t feel like it’s worth the $12 price I found it at, but I don’t know what stuff like that normally goes for.

The purchase also comes with $5 stuf bucks that expire by the end of the month. And 2 postcards for other anime to buy.

Maybe if the box ran $20 or even $30 I wouldn’t feel as regretful buying this, but as it is, I can’t recommend Anime Haul.

Completely worth the money spent on this box

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This was an awesome purchase. I'm always hesitate to purchase a subscription box, especially the first one, but I will say that I do not regret this one. The November Anime Haul came with the Blu-ray edition of "Ben-to", "Delicious in Dungeon" Volume 1 manga, and a Soma keychain (Food Wars!). Definitely well worth the money paid for this box, and I am looking forward to December's as well.

$3 saving /November's box

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I paid $42 for this product and got $45 worth of items (I'm not counting retail value). I got an anime I wanted for a long time, an interesting manga, and a cool keychain from an anime I like. For November's box. It was worth the buy. Make sure you buy it early and the theme is that you like.

Not worth

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I will say I have been a RSA customer for many years and have spent plenty of money on different items and have loved their holiday sales.

However, with this Haul, I was not impressed. I was willing to try this Haul as I have been a fan of other services like this in the past (Loot Anime).

I opened my box to see 3 items, the SAVE edition of Ben-To, a manga volume from Delicious Dungeon, and a Food Wars keychain.

As a previous review stated, doesn't have the value for the 40 spent on the box, especially since these items together do not equal that.

Really feel out since its advertised as 60+ retail value on the anime-haul page:

I will not be going for this again until its worked out that the items included in the haul should be at least worth the retail version as mentioned and not way less.

Not worth it.

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Although the items were cool it wasn’t with anywhere near $70.00 as claimed. As a matter of fact all the items sell on their site for approximately $45.00. I thought it would be more like LootCrate where you get a lot for your money but sadly it wasn’t. I recommend just buying what you want with a promo code.

$4 loss/ December box

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Paid $49 got $45 worth of items. Got a bluray/dvd of "My Neighbor Totoro", part 1 of Pokemon complete guide book, one piece playing cards, a Pokemon bag, and a rightstufanime magnet. Got interesting items but it was worth less than what I paid, will still buy the January one but December was not so great.

Round 2: A Little Better

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The second box cost more than the first ($45 before shipping), but came with an additional item.

There's a very nice Pokemon tote bag that folds into a smaller pokeball shape. This was cool and the kind of item I'd expect in a loot box. $12ish around the internet.

The book was volume 1 of a Pokedex. Full color and goes through 200+ Pokemon. This is a cool book if you like Pokemon, otherwise not so much. Luckily I do. $10.99 full price.

The anime bluray/DVD combo was My Neighbor Totoro. This is pretty cool... except I already own it. :( Around $30 on the internet.

The last item was a deck of One Piece playing cards. I am not a One Piece fan, but playing cards are useful and can have fun images, so not too bad. Marked about $6 on rightstuf.

Definitely more value in this box. I'm personally sad I already owned the big ticket item, but such is the fate of random loot boxes. The price being higher is still a major turn-off, but I give them credit for improving the items!

I wish it was loot anime like

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I was so eager to see what great things will come in this first haul since I been buying form rightstuf since my highschool and they never let me down... however this was not what I expected from u guys I thought they will have like a theme going on, similar to what loot anime does and it just was items I really didn't care for

I received like a previous review mention the Totoro blue-ray which I had so it's sadly of no use to me and the Pokemon book and bag are just not my thing so overall not great or even worth the amount I paid, even loot anime it's cheap and they even give u a poster and u always know it's worth it but I hope in the Future there is more thought going into these because a sit is now it needs a ton of improvement to make it viable as an product u can be proud to deliver to us customers.

Better luck next time.