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Le Bundle Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2016

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Le Bundle is a personalized toy rental subscription that supports early learning for children 6 months to 4 years. You can check out their selection of toys here.

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - packaging

Before toys come to you they are cleaned and sanitized with EPA approved, bleach-free, and organic products. If you fall in love with a toy, you get a 20% discount from retail price to purchase it.

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - all items

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

The Subscription Box: Le Bundle

The Cost: $19.99/month for Bundle Joy plan or $24.99/month for Bundle Delight plan

COUPON: Get your first month’s bundle free with code SMARTKIDS!

The Products: Le Bundle sends personalized toys for you to rent that support development and education in children ages 6 months to 4 years. (Bundle Joy plan sends 4 toys every 8 weeks and Bundle Delight plan sends 4 toys every 4 weeks)

Ships to: US

Check out the Kids Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Le Bundle to your subscription list or wishlist!

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - info 1

Each bundle contains an info packet that explains each toy, as well as breaks down each skill that it can help!

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - info 2

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - items 1

At The Zoo Wooden Book from Hape – value: $8.50 (found at Amazon)

I’ve received a different book like this from Hape in a Bluum box once, I think. I like them. I think they’re really cute (and durable!).

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - items 2

Wooden Baby Car – value: $9.99?

This toy is interesting – you can squish the pieces together and bend and move the car. Again, that actual act is a little ahead for my son to understand but he still likes playing with it hitting it and stuff!

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - items 3

Chicken Nesting – value: $14.99 (found at Toys R Us)

This toy is supposed to encourage critical thinking, discovery, and imaginative play. I think it’s really cute! They stack either way (on top of each other in a column or hidden under each other). While the stacking/recognizing they’re chickens aspect is still over my 6 month old’s head, he still loves the colors and scratching the pieces and hitting them together, haha. He can also learn object permanence from it, as well!

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - items 4

Here they are shown stacked!

LE BUNDLE FEB 2016 - items 5

Hape Beaded Raindrops Toy – value: $12.55 (found on Amazon)

This is fun – my son gets mesmerized when I flip it and it makes the noise from all the little balls falling. He also likes hitting it to make it rattle while he’s sitting or on his tummy.

Verdict: Le Bundle has an interesting concept. I like how they really break down what kinds of skills and activities you can do with the toys that are age-appropriate for your kids. However, I don’t think the model is for everyone – if you go with the lower subscription option you pay $14.99 per month for 4 toys to be sent to you every 8 weeks. That’s about $30 for 4 toys. Not a bad price for kids’ toys (especially since I found these to be great quality!) but you do have to return them, so I think you have to find some personal value out of the service itself.  That is, getting high-end toys sent to you with a guide about how to constantly help promote your child’s learning, skills, and development. I really enjoyed this bundle, all in all.

What do you think about Le Bundle?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
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. I don’t get this subscription. Wouldn’t it be cheaper to just buy the toys? Plus I have a 2 and a half year old, so good luck trying to find all the little pieces after 2 months if they’re not broken. Nice concept for people who don’t have kids??? Or kids that don’t play with toys and just let them sit on a display shelves?

  2. I don’t see this. You can actually buy similiar toys for less than the rental feels at garage sales, flea markets or on craigslist. And then you don’t have to worry about the toys breaking or the dog confusing them with one of his own.

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