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Disney Tsum Tsum Subscription Box Review – February 2016

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The Disney Tsum Tsum Box is a monthly stack-tacular parcel featuring collectible plush.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes)


The Subscription Box: Disney Tsum Tsum Box

The Cost: $24.95 a month, includes shipping.

The Products: One small plush and one coordinating, subscription exclusive mini plush in each box.

Ships to: US only

Check out all of our Disney Tsum Tsum Box reviews and other fun subscriptions in the Kids Subscription Box List!


This is the fourth month of the Disney Tsum Tsum Subscription Box. Each parcel contains one small tsum tsum plush (small is a new size currently only available in this subscription) and one coordinating, subscription exclusive mini tsum tsum plush.

My kids have started collecting tsum tsums and enjoy playing with them so we were excited to see what would be featured this month. Disney does not release spoilers for this box.


Here is what we saw when we looked down into the box.


And straight on.

Yay! Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King! This movie is a favorite of ours. (It also happens to be one of the highest grossing films of all time and an Academy Award winner…)

I must say that the packaging here is great! It is cute and fun. The outside box fit neatly around the inside box which came in perfect condition. If you are a collector, this is important and Disney did this right.


Here are the tsum tsums out of the box!



From the side and back.


Here is another angle showing the bottom of Pumbaa and a different view of Timon.

Timon is wearing a hula dancer’s outfit to recall a scene in The Lion King where the friends are trying to escape hungry hyenas. Timon wears this getup and sings to create a diversion which, of course, my kids think it is hysterical!

Timon is 3 ½ inches long. Pumbaa is 7 ½ inches long. You can see the scale better

here in some pictures with my 7 year old daughter.




The mini plush usually sell individually for $5.95. The small size is new and currently only featured in this subscription box so an exact price is not available for that size. For reference, the slightly larger medium size, which is 11 inches, usually sells individually for $12.95, so the small should be somewhere in between.

So why is this subscription box $24.95? I am not sure, but my best guess is that it is because the small size plush is unique, the mini plush design is exclusive to the subscription, the price includes shipping, and tsum tsums are cute and collectible. Also Disney. Put those together and it will sell like hot cakes.

Here are some pictures with my 4 year old daughter.




As I am writing this, there are a limited number of spots available for this subscription box. It does sell out, so if it is showing up as sold out, I would recommend checking back later in case more spots open up.

And, finally, one last picture with my 5 year old son.


Verdict: We love the new Disney Tsum Tsum subscription box at our house. So fun!

What do you think of this box? Do you love Disney as much as we do?

Written by Chris Acree

Chris Acree

Chris is a moderator on the MSA forum. Her current favorite subscription boxes are Box of Style, RawSpiceBar, Julep, and My Pretend Place although the list changes frequently. She cannot resist a spoiler.
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. That Pumba is soooo adorable!!! And Timon is just cute to the bone.

  2. Even though it’s not a good “deal,” I think the idea is that they are LE plushies so you actually can’t them get in a store for the suggested retail, and they have resell value to people who are collectors. And since it’s Disney, the likelihood of those being devalued over time (like idk, beanie babies) is small.

    I prefer the mass-market ones anyway though. 🙂

  3. Omg your kids are so cute!

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