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Disney Tsum Tsum Subscription Box Review – May 2016

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

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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

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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.

Alice in Wonderland! My kids and I try to guess the tsum tsum theme before we peek in the box each month. None of us guessed Alice in Wonderland this time, but of course this totally makes sense because Disney is releasing Alice Through the Looking Glass in two weeks. (Side note: If you haven’t seen the new Urban Decay Alice Through The Looking Glass Eyeshadow Palette yet, you need to click here.)

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


Here is Alice with her kitten, Dinah, peeking around her bow. (In the original Disney movie, Dinah narrowly escapes falling down the rabbit hole with Alice.)


Here are the tsum tsums out of the box!


How cute is Alice’s dress? Love the ribbon.


I angled this one slightly so you can see Alice’s white pinafore tummy.



From the sides and back. (I cut the tags off in some of these pictures since my kids always want the tags off of their toys.)


From the top again.



Dinah is 3 ½ inches long. Alice is 7 ½ inches long.



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!


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Verdict: We love the 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. I think I want this for myself ?. Darling

    • I love this subscription box, too. So cute!

  2. Love the pics and review. At some point would you please post a picture of all the Tsum Tsums you have stacked up? Thanks!

    • Great idea! I will do this next month with all of our tsum tsums from this subscription box so far! 🙂

      • Awesome ?

  3. Adorable picture of your kids with their Tsum-Tsums.

    • Thank you!

  4. Love all of the photos! Very cute.

    • 🙂

  5. Don’t they lose collector’s value when you cut the tags off?

    • I think for a collector they also lose value a bit when opened and out of the box. I was under the assumption this was going to be given to the children though, so I doubt they care very much.

    • Good question! I am sure they do, but we just collect them for fun. A person interested in this subscription box solely as a collectors item would keep the box, tags, etc., intact.

      My kids always want the tags off their toys and use the box to make a toy house for the tsum tsums when they play with them. They adore them and just collect them for fun. 🙂

      • Somewhere in my parents’ attic is an entire box full of Beanie Babies with no tags. I am not sure those are selling for much now anyway (except that Princess Diana purple bear one — someone is asking $507,000 for that on eBay although I doubt he will get any bids), but without the tags they are worth very little.

        • @ Ragan People ask for ridiculous amounts for things on eBay. But I know some Beanie Babies are worth a pretty penny… Like the David Wells Perfect Game St. Valentine’s Bear… We have (somewhere in my parents house) some of the other beanie babies given out at Yankee stadium and those have some good value. But lots of people just collects these things for the sake of fun. And I’ve read somewhere that the tags on these are clunky so I can see why people would want to remove them. I was just wondering for those who would be interested in the value they might accrue someday since Disney items with time become so ridiculously valuable. @Chris, thank you for answering my question!! ?

          • You are welcome! If you want to see an example of a tag, the third picture in this review shows the tags on Dinah if you look closely. She is sitting on them in the box. Hope that helps!

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