Panda Pals Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016
Panda Pals is a subscription service that sends two pairs of socks plus loads of fun and educational activities to your child (ages 3-8) every month. What a fun way to get new socks!
Panda Pals kindly sent us this package to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Panda Pals
The Cost: $15 per month (or less with longer subscription commitments)
COUPON: Save 15% off your first box with code PAL!
The Products: Two pairs of socks, a story, and an educational activity
Ships to: US for free, internationally for $3
Keep Track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month we got a note introducing us to one of the Panda Pals, Charlie the Monkey!
This is the activity sheet that was included. The reverse usually has a big drawing space, but this month it has more activities for younger kids on the back. It kind of reminds me of the activity placemats they give kids in restaurants.
Panda Pals sends a sticker sheet every month, and my eight-year-old is still young enough to enjoy them. They also usually include a story, but this month they included a musical activity instead. Fun!
Now on to the main event: the socks! This is the first pair that were included, depicting Charlie the Monkey. Look at how his ears stick out! So cute!
This is the second pair of socks we got this month, and I like the musical motif. I photographed them this way to remind you of one of my new favorite things in the world: THE SNAP. Look at the top of the socks and you’ll see that they can snap together. This could seriously revolutionize family sock herding forever.
Verdict: I think Panda Pals is adorable and would make an especially good present for a child you care about. The socks are really soft and hey, they snap together! $15 is a lot for two pairs of socks, but I think the included activities and the specialness of the whole package make it worth it. It really turns a kind of boring present, or the act of buying something boring, into something awesome for kids.
Have you tried Panda Pals yet? Isn’t the snap the best?