Posted by on in Mickey Monthly Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Kids | Tags: | 6 comments

Mickey Monthly Subscription Box Review + Coupon– July 2016

This post may contain referral/affiliate links. Read the full disclosure.


Mickey Monthly is a monthly box of Disney magic! Choose between the Original Mickey Monthly, the Pin Edition or the Theme Park Edition. This review is for the Mickey Monthly Theme Park Edition Box (neutral – meaning items for both boys and girls will be included) and intended for all ages. This size box costs $49.99 a month plus shipping and handling.

Box Open

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Items Grouped

The Subscription Box: Mickey Monthly Theme Park Edition

The Cost: Prices start at $29.99 a month (plus shipping and handling) for the Fairy Edition and go up to $199.99 a month (plus shipping and handling) for the Kingdom Edition.

COUPON: For a limited time, use code MY5OFF to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: Items that can be purchased only at Disney Theme parks. Boxes can be tailored for souvenirs, snacks or a mixture of both. Boxes can also be tailored for princesses (girls), princes (boys) or neutral and for different age ranges.

Ships to: US and internationally but additional charges will apply

Check out all of our Mickey Monthly reviews and the Kids Subscription Box Directory!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

A sweet welcome note was provided on the top of the box. It was filled with white sizzle and sparkly, blue Mickey Mouse confetti.


Mickey Mouse Trivet – $15.00?

This is a cute rubber trivet to place under a hot pot or plate so it won’t scald the table. I think the design is very cute and it will get a lot of use at my house. I enjoy receiving practical things in subscription boxes so I’m pleased with this addition.


Mickey Mouse White Chocolate Dipped Rice Krispie Treat Pop – $8.00?

Rice Krispie Treats are one of my all-time favorite sweet treats. When I was pregnant with my son I would make a pan and the whole thing would be gone in less than 48 hours. And no I didn’t share it with my husband. So it goes without saying this was an awesome item to discover in my box. It was fresh and delicious and I liked that it was coated in some sugar crystals too. If Mickey Monthly wanted to send me a box filled just with these I wouldn’t complain….


Map 2

Disney Magic Kingdom Guide Map – Free

Mickey Monthly also included a guide map. These are handed out for free at the parks and would only be of use to me if I was actually at the park.


Mickey Mouse Vinyl Window Sticker – $10.00?

This is a cute Mickey sticker and it’s a nice size for the car window. I don’t have stickers on my car, but I will either put it on my laptop or pass it along to a Disney loving friend.

Verdict: Mickey Monthly Theme Park Edition is a very different kind of box than the Original Mickey Monthly (see my review here). The reason it is so different is that it’s about bringing you items that would only be found in the actual theme parks. Since these items can’t be purchased anywhere else they are hard to come by and have a certain value in the curation itself. While my Original Mickey Monthly Box was chock full of items this Theme Park Edition felt a little lacking. I know souvenirs and snacks are very pricey at theme parks so I did my best to estimate their prices. Mickey Monthly is very open about the fact that you’ll be getting about a 55% return on your box cost so this is not going to be a box giving you bang for your buck. However, if you’re a die-hard Disney fan and like the idea of getting exclusive items this might be a great box for you.

What do you think of Mickey Monthly Theme Park Edition?

Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.
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. This is such an overpriced box. I cannot believe Disney is okay with another company making a profit reselling their merchandise.

  2. If you’re interested in Parks merchandise without having to pay the premium associated with this box, you can purchase directly from Disney. They have a “Shop Disney Parks” app that lists nearly all merchandise available at Walt Disney World. Both the trivet ($12.95) and the window decal ($9.99) are currently available for purchase. The rice krispie treat ($5.49) is also listed, although you cannot have it mailed–it is only available for in-store purchase.

    The app also occasionally has special sales, including free shipping and up to 20% off, and if you are eligible for a discount (annual passholder, Disney Visa, etc.), you can get that on the app as well.

  3. I receive the classic Mickey monthly at the $19.99 price point. With an approximate $10 shipping, I pay around$28. I’ve been getting this box (which I never see reviewed anywhere) for 5 months and only one month did I find it a little lacking and so far my boxes have totaled to around $35 to $40. On their website they actually say that this price point box is your best value, but I’ve noticed most go for the theme park size which doesn’t seem as good of a box although the items are actually bigger. I realize that the classic box are not theme park exclusives but that’s all right with me since I love everything Disney and I’ve gotten some items I wouldn’t normally purchase but that I love

    • Hi!
      We reviewed the Original Mickey Monthly earlier this month (magic size) and I was thrilled with the assortment of products and value. I’m glad to hear you’ve been pleased with your subscription as well. ?

  4. Not enough for me but then again I don’t live and die for Disney so it’s probably great for a die hard fan.

  5. I guess it’s good that they’re honest about the value being poor because it really is. Cute trivet though!

Post a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comments may not appear immediately. More info here.