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Nerd Block Jr. Boys Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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Nerd Block is the parent company for the original Nerd Block box, plus Horror BlockArcade Block, and Comic Block subscriptions full of treats for all various types of nerds and geeks. For the tiniest nerds and geeks, they also have Nerd Block Jr. in both a boys’ and girls’ variety!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Boys

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

COUPON: Save 17% off your first month with coupon code NERDADDICTION

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

Ships to: Worldwide!

Good to Know: My boys are both enormous nerds. I consider it a point of pride!

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Wow! For the first time ever, Nerd Block Jr. has included an info card, detailing the package contents! I like it!


They also included a coupon for Shirt Punch that I don’t fully understand. I think we collect credits for ten months and then get a gift card for $100? Confusing, but I think it leads to free t-shirts somehow.



Guardians of the Galaxy Rocket Raccoon Dorbz – Value $5.75

My eight-year-old was thrilled to get this little guy! He’s working on a Dorbz collection now, and he loves GoG!


Lego Ninjago: Ninja vs. Ninja – Value $3.99

I don’t know why, but my ten-year-old used to go nuts over these Scholastic Ninjago books, and now my eight-year-old is getting into them. I’m always happy for them to be reading, so I guess I’ll leave my opinion of Ninjago out of this…


Zootopia Stickers – Value $2.49

I don’t think my kids are really into Zootopia at all, but they are serious sticker addicts. They were happy to add these to their collection.


Sorry! Revenge Hasbro Card Game – Value $4.98

I tried to get the boys interested in this classic card game, but they didn’t really want to play. I’m sure they will sooner or later, though. This isn’t particularly nerdly, is it?



Skylanders Swap Forces Countdown Figure – Value $7.95

My eight-year-old is a big fan of Skylanders, and he was happy to have this little guy. That being said, I don’t like it when subscription boxes send things in kids’ boxes that are dependent upon already owning a specific game or technology. My kids have the Wii U new Skylander game, but this guy is apparently for a different game. I think the other game is PS4 or Xbox only, too. So, this is okay as a little action figure, but can’t be used by my kids in video gaming, which is a serious bummer.


Lately Nerd Block Jr. has been including these spoiler cards for the next month’s box. Looks like it will be another great one!

Verdict: My sons love Nerd Block Jr. for Boys! We are disappointed about the Skylanders character, though, of course. This month, the value of the items totals around $24, which is a little on the low side for Nerd Block Jr., but it’s still okay for a $20 box. I guess this box was a bit of a miss for us in general. Here’s hoping next month is better!

What do you think of Nerd Block Jr. for Boys?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
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  1. Anna – One of Eric’s recent reviews mentioned using the Shirt Punch $10 certificates to get POPs for just the cost of shipping ($6 for him). I think they are $10 certificates to their shop where you can pick your own shirt and size or use it for other things like POPs! If this is the case and you collected 10 of them, each at $10, and could use multiple in one transaction, you could buy a $100 gift card with it. Maybe that’s what they mean? Check Eric’s recent reviews or ask him for more info on how to use them because I THINK they mean $10 worth of t-shirts and/or POPs for your boys and you just have to pay shipping!

    • Each of the ShirtPunch cards has a code that can be used once, on a single transaction, for anything from the ShirtPunch website. That does include the daily deals bundles, as well as individual shirts or toys. You can’t combine multiple codes on a single order (I tried).

      On the back of each card is a puzzle piece. If you can collect all 9 pieces (I have no idea how long they will be including these cards), then you can redeem an additional $100 gift card from ShirtPunch.

  2. Just FYI all skylanders work on all systems, and any older ones will always work on their game and any that comes after it!

    • THANKS! Good to know.

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