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Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon – June 2014

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Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June

Citrus Lane is a subscription box for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. (They customize your box to your child’s age and gender). The box I’m reviewing today is for a 4 year old.

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Citrus Lane

The Cost: $29 a month (or $24 a month with 3 month plan, $21 a month with 6 month plan)

COUPON: Use this coupon code TAKE20OFF to save $20 off your first box!

The Products: The best products (Toys, books, snacks, etc.) catered to your child’s age.

Ships to: US and APO, DPO addresses.

Check out all my Citrus Lane reviews and the Mom, Kids and Baby Subscription Box Directory!

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Info

Each box comes with a card detailing the items included for that month. They also include exclusive discount codes for all of the brands featured!

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Bars

Go Bars from Plum Organics in Chocolate Brownie and Chocolate Chip – Value $2

This go bars are made with organic ingredients (including a fruit and vegetable blend), and have 25% less sugar than a regular chewy granola bar.  (They also get great reviews on Amazon!)

Citrus Lane also included a unique coupon code for $20 off a purchase of $40 or more from ThirdLove – a site that helps you get the perfect bra fitting from home.

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Mickey

Bumkins Wet Bag – Value $10.95

Sometimes Citrus Lane offers a little box customization, and this month they emailed subscribers to let them pick out which pattern of wet bag they wanted. So of course I picked Mickey! This will be a great addition to my baby gift pile!

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Weleda

Weleda Citrus Hydrating Body Lotion – FULL SIZE! Value $16.50

I know I subscribe to Citrus Lane for baby and toddler gifts for my friends, but I get so excited when they include a great mom item I can keep for myself! This is a really lightweight lotion with a fantastic citrus scent – perfect for summer!

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Pirates

Melissa & Doug Pirate Puffy Sticker Play Set – Value $6.50

This seems like the perfect car trip activity, and the stickers are reusable so it can hopefully last for a while – or at least the stickers will be easy to remove from your car! 🙂

Citrus Lane Subscription Box Review & $20 Coupon - June 2014 Puzzle

Crocodile Creek Two-Sided Puzzles – Value $9 total

These two sided puzzle boxes are mini and easy to pack for traveling – they also would make cute stocking stuffers or party favors!

Verdict: We paid $21 for this box (6-month subscription) and received about $45 worth of products. I think this is a great Citrus Lane box, with lots of activities and items that are great for a summer on-the-go.

What did you get in your Citrus Lane box this month?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Just a note on that third love card. You have to have an iPhone/iOS product to do their sizing, so I have no way to use the card! 🙁 I was really disappointed that yet again the “mom present” was not something I could use.

  2. I got a five year old girl box but got bandaids instead of a high end product like others did, so that’s disappointing. I’ve been subscribing for about 6 months now, and this was definitely the most low-value box so far. However, the sticker book was a huge hit for her…she said she wanted more of those!

  3. This was my first Citrus Lane box (used the great $20 coupon!), and it was for a 3-year-old girl. Got a Minnie wet bag (don’t think we had the chance to pick, but she loves Minnie, so it worked out!), a 24-piece puzzle that I think is a little old for her (she just turned 3 in April), a full-size Episencial Babytime Bubble Bath and Shampoo (which we’ll definitely use–love natural baby/child products), a spiral-bound “Fabulous Fairy Fantasy Coloring & Activity book” that seems great for her because she loves looking through coloring books like they’re regular books, so this should hold up. Not so sure about the waxy paper cut outs of fairy wings in the back, but the rest seems good. Plus two of the Plum Go bars. Would be a great value if I’d paid full price, but was amazing for $9! Signed up for 6 months using the discount code you have, which brought it to $105.

  4. I also received a metal tin of band-aids with a Mr. Men cartoon theme instead of the lotion.

  5. I get this for my 4 month old and 3 year old. The box for my 3 year old was filled with a lot of food (we are vegan so he couldn’t indulge in the ones included) and then it had items in it that were above his age range. An activity book for him to write in for traveling, for example. I was bummed about it. This month was not a complete win, but I’m typically very happy about this box.

  6. I got the 4 year old girl box. It came with the wet bag (I had selected Minnie Mouse), the puzzles (girly themes – unicorn, flower, etc.), the puffy stickers are a princess theme (some of the pieces are pretty small for little hands to place easily on the dolls though), and bandages in Little Miss Sunshine theme.

    I got this with the $20 off coupon and was on the fence about continuing, but the Gilt City offer sucked me in for another 6 months! I was going to get the 12 month but once I hit “order” I got waitlisted. I was afraid the 6 month would sell out too so I ordered that. One minute after I got my order confirmation email I got the “your item is available” email. Oh well….saved me some $$.

    • I got the same box you did and I wanted to comment on the puffy stickers. These are GREAT for developing fine motor skills. The tiny stickers force the kids to use their pincher grasp and use their fine motor muscles which will help with handwriting. It was a big win for us. The bandaids were a favorite, as was the puzzle and wet bag.

      We also get a 23 month old box. This one was kind of meh. The wet bag – awesome. But then there were two snacks which my LO can’t eat because she’s allergic to dairy, so that was a bummer. And a puzzle in a bag…well, we LOVE these brands of puzzles but it was like – I can buy a puzzle on my own, you know? The 24 piece puzzles in the 4 year old box were TWO-sided. That blew her little mind. She thought it was the BEST. Nothing special about the 2 YO puzzle. There was also a sippy cup that was nice. Not “wow”, but everything can’t be “wow”, right? 🙂

  7. I got the 4 year old gender-neutral box which was exactly the same as yours. I picked Mickey as well for the bag. Instead of the lotion I received a metal tin of band-aids with a Mr. Men cartoon theme. I was happy about this since these come in handy with 3 little ones and currently I was using a small cardboard box that was about to fall apart. 🙂

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