Loki Charms encryption password stumps fans: Mischievously delicious code explained

Amber Peake June 8, 2021


The Loki Charms encryption password has stumped fans as many try to get early access to the limited-edition Lucky Charms and Marvel collab ahead of the new Loki series hitting Disney Plus on Wednesday, 9 June. As many get excited about the new collab, eager fans will need to solve an encryption code before they can purchase the breakfast treat.

Loki Charms encryption password explained

Popular cereal brand Lucky Charms announced they would be teaming up with Marvel on Twitter over the weekend to produce a limited edition box of Loki Charms.

The cereal is set to promote the upcoming Loki TV series which will be available to watch on Disney Plus from tomorrow Wednesday, 9 June.

At the time, Lucky Charms revealed those wanting to buy the collaboration would have to solve a code before they were able to add the cereal to their basket.

According to Mashable, the first 1,000 who crack the Loki Charms encryption code will be given early access to buy the collaboration as well as the chance to get a signature box of the cereal.

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Marvel fans react to the Loki Charms collaboration

As news of the Lucky Charms and Marvel collaboration has made the rounds online, many fans of the character have shared their excitement on social media.

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Where to buy the Loki Charms collab

Those who want to purchase the Loki Charms without the hassle of solving the encryption code still have a chance to buy the cereal.

The collaboration will be available to buy at mischievouslydelicious.com from the 9 June, just in time for fans to sit down with a bowl and watch the Loki series when it hits Disney Plus.

Although Marvel fans will have to be quick, as some sites have reported, there are only 3,500 boxes available to buy.

Amber is an entertainment journalist with a love for anything showbiz, celeb or reality TV. After graduating with a degree in Journalism at Brunel University she became a Showbiz Reporter at Express.co.uk. Having previously ran the Instagram for Reality Titbit, Amber now writes for both HITC and The Focus as a freelance writer.