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Awesome Pack Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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Awesome Pack is a subscription box that’s all about family fun time! They send board games, toys, and activities to encourage quality time together. They offer a Family Pack if you need items that would work for young and older kids, or a Big Kid Pack for older kids and adults. (This review is of the Family Pack).


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: Awesome Pack

The Cost: $44.99 US, $52.49 CAD

COUPON: Use coupon code AWESOMETEN to save $10 off your first box!

The Products: A board game in every box, plus other toys and activities (customized to your family).

Ships to: US and Canada

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When I signed my family up for this subscription, Awesome Pack sent me a pretty extensive quiz about what games my family likes (and what we already have to avoid duplicates). It also asked about the ages of the children and other general interest questions. It’s pretty highly customized! I like that!


As always, they included a fun family activity booklet. In addition, they always send a little piece of Awesome Pack merch, such as a pen or magnet. This month it’s a button.



Mammut – Value $21.95

Awesome Pack always sends us one big family board game, and this month it’s Mammut. It’s a pretty fun game, and I usually love when we get a unique game from somewhere in Europe. This game is a little hard for me to take conceptually, though, because it’s all about competing for parts of an animal that’s been hunted and slaughtered. I’m not a hardcore vegetarian or anything, but even I find this a little unsettling. Is that weird?



Zombie Kidz Board Game – Value $16.82

This is a super fun game! It seems like Awesome pack almost always also sends a smaller game that is more focused on the children, and we love them! This is a cooperative game in which the kids have to work together to keep the zombies from taking over the cemetery. I LOVE cooperative games, especially when it comes to the kids.



The Hobbit Desolation Of Smaug: Mystery Mini Figure Blind Bags – Value $1.33 each

These are not on sale online anywhere in the US, so I have no idea if this value (from the UK) is even relevant or not. In any case, the kids opened their blind bags, and they received Bilbo Baggins, the hobbit himself, and Legolas Greenleaf, the attractive elf.


Spiderman Trace’ N Glow Toy – Value $8.47

This is not the sturdiest toy of all times, but it’s pretty cool anyway. The tables glows, so the kids can trace whatever image the put in the tablet. Fun!


Batman Magic Sticker Drawing Set – Value $13.86 each

The kids haven’t played with these activity sets yet because I like to save this type of thing for when they need to be entertained quietly, like on car trips. However, when I was looking up the value of this set, I found this set priced as above on Amazon, but I also saw another copy of it for sale on Amazon for $67. Both seem like way more than I would pay for this. Does anyone know why these would be selling for so much? Is there something special about this set that I don’t know about? I’m almost hesitant at this point to even let the kids use them until I find out why they seem to be so valuable.

VerdictAwesome Pack is awesome! We have so much fun playing these games every month, and all the extras and toys and things they send have about a 95% success rate with my boys. This month I was a little bummed about the main game, but it’s probably just me. This month’s value is about $78, which is great for a $45 box. Additionally, their customer service is great, and their packages are very consistent. We love Awesome Pack!

What do you think of Awesome Pack? What did you get this month?

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. I received my July pack and thought Mammut Board game was great. Life isn’t all rainbows and cotton candy. TBH it’s a great learning tool. Teaches younger kids where food actually comes from. Being greedy isn’t good (gluttony), being selective or very modest gives everyone a better chance of “survival” and a greater chance of you yourself winning the game.

    EC you could modify the whole thing to be carrots and the same game principle applies. I’m not going to argue about animals being eaten in general. It is your practice to be a devout vegetarian. Such as, I like to eat meat. But I eat it in a selective, modest way. I choose to eat meat on weakly basis. Not on a daily, every plate basis.

    Again the game really teaches us a lot about how to share stuff, where meat comes from, how being a lone wolf in a game of survival will not benefit you.

  2. Anna the weird price differences on Identical items are just a quirk of Amazon. I have found huge price differences like hundreds of dollars. The sellers set their own prices. I have found that the biggest differences come in oversea items and I always thought that maybe the seller got the conversion rates wrong.

    • It’s super confusing! Thanks Theresa!

  3. I find the game deeply disturbing actually. While I’m a devout vegetarian it would have bothered me regardless. I showed my kids (ages 11-17)and they thought that it was sad and unnecessary in general. FWIW I also find the premise of The Hunger Games disturbing but then again I was a special victims’ case prosecutor for years so it hit too close to home for me.

    • Thanks for the validation, EC! 🙂

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