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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014 Box

Nerd Block recently introduced two new subscription boxes: Nerd Block Junior for Girls and Nerd Block Junior for Boys. This is one of the few toy subscription boxes, and I think it’s a great subscription. Plus they ship worldwide with reasonable shipping costs!

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Girls

The Cost: $13.99 plus shipping. ($6 shipping to the US)

COUPON: Use coupon code SUPERHERO to save 10% off a subscription!

The Products: Geeky gear for kids ages 6-11. (This subscription is only toys – no t-shirt like the regular Nerd Block subscription).

Ships to: Worldwide!

Check out all of my NerdBlock Junior for Girls Reviews!

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014 Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty Frankenstein Vinyl Figure – Value $12

I love this! My cousin is a big Hello Kitty fan and I need to make sure I get this to her before Halloween! (There is also a Mummy Hello Kitty,  and a Zombie Hello Kitty if you are interested!)

Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014 Tattoos

Dragons Riders of Berk Dangers of the Deep Graphic Novel – Value $6

Savvi Costume Face Tattoos – Value $2.50

These items are the two overlap items this month with the boy’s version of the box. (The tattoos are different though).

Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – October 2014 Frozen

AAA Vacations Lanyard with Card Holder – Value $?

Turtle Talk with Crush Pin – Value $2?

Frozen Bracelets – Value $4

This AAA lanyard is really stumping me. I REALLY wish they included an info card with this subscription, because I can’t figure out what this is doing in the box! Let me know what you think! (At least getting a Frozen item in the box is always a win!)

Verdict: This box has a value of about $26. We paid $20, so it’s a not a super high value, but all of the items will make good gifts (with the exception of the lanyard, and maybe also the pin).

What did you think of the Nerd Block Junior Girl’s 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!
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  1. My lanyard actually says Disney Travel Company on it. Like others have said – people wear the lanyards to the parks (any pre purchased Disney tickets are plastic cards that you’d put in the lanyard pocket) and the Pins are highly collectable. A lanyard like this on the disney site (I looked there since mine said Disney on it) will go for about $8.95… or about $15-20 if a pin is included.

  2. That AAA lanyard and the pin was a two paid sponsored items you can just tell by looking at it! But that is so strange to included in a box for little girls, which by the way the boys box did not included the lanyard, every month it seem like to me the girls boxes are always a lower value and more random than the boys box.

  3. The lanyard would be helpful for annual passholders to Disney parks. The pin goes on the red part and guests can trade or buy new pins at the park. Sometimes the cast members have pins that they will trade as well. My guess for the Nemo pin would be for the relaunch of the Finding Nemo Submarine ride at Disneyland. If you couldn’t tell, I am an annual passholder and my daughter would love this item.

  4. Maybe the AAA lanyard is for trick or treating? Possibly glows in the dark or reflective with a place to put your child’s information just in case something happens/they wander away?

  5. I am thinking the AAA lanyard is for collecting pins. The Pin is from Disney World and the AAA Vacations lanyard (aka WDW) looks like it was packaged with it. I hated the face tattoo that came for boys but the girls one is cute. Happy to see that the graphic novel was in both boxes.

  6. I wonder if it glows in the dark for trick or treaters? That and some way to indentify the kid.

  7. I got Oct. Nerd Block Junior Boys, and the AAA lanyard was not included (and I’m glad). It does seem odd for a kid’s sub box.

  8. I think AAA paid to include a sponsored item. Or else someone had a whole bunch of extra lanyards and didn’t know what to do with them. Because the target audience for this box isn’t even old enough to drive. And won’t be for awhile. (Nothing against AAA — they saved my rear end a couple of weeks ago when my car died, as a matter of fact. But it’s an odd marketing choice.)

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