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3 Days Only – 15% Off Any Little Passports Subscription!

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3 Days Only - 15% Off Any Little Passports Subscription

Now through July 30th, use coupon code COOL15 to save 15% off any length Little Passports subscription! If you aren’t familiar with this subscription, Little Passports is a monthly kid’s subscription box that lets children explore the world through monthly activities and souvenirs. The first box even comes with the cutest keepsake suitcase. (Check out my review of Little Passports to see what you get with this box!)

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!
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  1. I bought this sub for both my nieces. One got the “World” sub and the other received the “USA” one. One is 9 and the other is 10 yrs old. They both love it. The USA one is a workbook type of activities. What I like about that one is that all the stuff is attached in the workbook so they don’t lose it. The World one has sheets of paper that can get lost. But the World one I think has cuter activities. The best part for my nieces is getting something in the mail. As long as my nieces like it, then I will keep this sub for them.

  2. I got this sub for my niece when she turned 5 last April (world addition is for ages 5-10). She LOVES it, however the activities are still a little too old for her, so my sister has to do them with her. Anyone considering this sub might want to take into consideration the kid’s age and time that a parent or someone has to devote to this…

    My niece had no idea how long a month is so that’s been a (humorous) struggle–she would get one, and the next day want to check the mail because she was expecting the next one. I think Egypt’s been her favorite so far. Japan’s was really hard. The origami instructions were really hard to follow. My sister struggled, she managed to finally do one, then later I tried one (agreed it was HARD!), and then my husband tried a bit before resorting to a youtube video.

    Oh, the suitcase in the explorer kit is pretty flimsy.

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