April Fools? Open this Tech Mystery Box and get three tech-gamer surprises | Cult of Mac

April Fools? Open this Tech Mystery Box and get three tech-gamer surprises


Get 3 tech-related items in this discounted mystery box.
What's in the box? Three mysterious tech items.
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Insatiable curiosity has gotten the world pretty far, and a love for technology takes us even further. A love for both might get you to try this limited-time Tech Mystery Box.

Stuffed with three gaming-themed tech items valued at $70, this mystery box is on sale for just $59.99.

What’s inside?

The Tech Mystery Box is functionally a technology piñata. You probably don’t want to hit it with a stick, but you’re going in blind, only knowing there’s something sweet inside. In this case, it’s three somethings valued at $70.

It works the same way as pop culture-themed loot boxes. You have some idea what you’re getting, but not knowing makes the experience much more exciting. Plus, if you don’t buy in, you’ll be stuck wondering what might have been.

This well-crafted box of gaming goodies could feature audio gear, or perhaps some new lighting to help deck out your gaming area.

Gadgets, accessories, you name it — the sky is the limit with this exciting April Fools’ Day special. Who knows? You might just find some items with a larger cumulative value than the price of the box itself.

The possibilities are endless. And the “not knowing” makes this mystery box an awesome gift, whether it’s going to you or to someone you love.

Get your Tech Mystery Box

Add three new items to your tech hoard. Get the Tech Mystery Box for $59.99 (regularly $70) during this special, limited-time April Fools’ Day promotion.

Prices subject to change.

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