Toy Box Monthly Subscription Box Review – June 2016
Toy Box Monthly is a monthly surprise box of toys. Each month you’ll receive a curated box of 4-6 toys. You can choose between a Boys box, Girls box or a Mix of both. This review is for the mixture of both boys and girls.
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The Subscription Box: Toy Box Monthly
The Cost: $15 a month (+ $5 shipping to US or $15 shipping to Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia)
The Products: 4-6 items a month (three options available: boys, girls or a mixture of both)
Ships to: US, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia
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There was no information card provided in this box.
Tsum Tsum 3-pack – $7.98
These Tsum Tsum collectibles are the cutest. I’ve wanted to buy these every time I see them in Target, but I know my daughter is still a little young. Well I guess now we can officially start our collection. I prefer these small plastic ones to the plush ones for some reason so I’m very happy with this selection.
Star Wars Pixel Pops – $3.80
This Star Wars Pixel Pops of Princess Leia is adorable. My son and daughter are a little young for Star Wars, but they recognize some of the characters just from kids at daycare talking about it and bringing in toys from home. This project comes with over 150 tiny foam cubes and adhesive to build the character in pixel form. I’m tucking this one away for when they are older. Based on the reviews on Amazon this seems pretty challenging for little hands!
Our Avenger Bobble Head blind bag came with Nick Fury. My son loves this little bobble head and it comes with a stand so he can be displayed upright.
Our family loves Finding Nemo and we will be going to see Finding Dory soon I hope! This is a large keychain and the kids were excited to open it.
My son liked this SpongBob SquarePants figurine. It was a little difficult to put together because the pieces don’t match up/fit as well as they should like Legos for instance.
Baby Filly Princess Blind Bag – Free Sample
Since this blind bag said “free sample” right on the front I’m not assigning a value to it. The tiny felt-covered filly inside was about the size of a quarter. My daughter loves all things animals and likes to keep it in her pocket when we are out and about.
Finding Dory Keychain
Baby Filly Princess
Nick Fury Bobble Head Figurine
Mega Bloks SpongeBob SquarePants Figurine
Verdict: The value of this box was almost $30 which I think is great for a $15 box. Blind bags and collectible figurines are always a fun treat so I was happy with this subscription and the variety it offered.
What do you think of Toy Box Monthly?