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Toy Box Monthly Subscription Box Review – August 2016

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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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Transformers Blind Bag – $2.00

My son isn’t playing with Transformers yet, but that didn’t prevent him from liking the looks of this cool guy. He went right into the rotation of figurines my son uses with his Legos and trucks.



Shopkins Favor Bag – $4.00?

This small tote is great for carrying around toys. My daughter loves the bright colors and cute characters though she doesn’t have actual Shopkins yet. She’s been using it to bring toys to Nana’s house when she spends the day there.

Shopkins Six Color Clickable Pen – $0.99

Color changing clickable pens are so much fun for kids. Both my son and daughter have been loving drawing with this cool pen.



Doctor Who Blind Bag – $5.99

There are ten figurines to collect, but some are just variations of the same characters. It comes with a little stand to prop him up also. Nobody in my family is a Doctor Who fan so this toy was a bust for us unfortunately. 


Lego Friends Pop Star Red Carpet – $5.44

This Lego Friends polybag was a special promotional item so it wasn’t sold in stores. I can’t wait for my daughter to be old enough to play with Legos. I think the Lego Friends kits are great for early STEM learning. I love the adorable minifigure in this set. I will be tucking it away until she’s older.



Mega Bloks The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Photo Booth Time Machine – $8.31

My son was excited to get another building set this month. He really enjoys Lego and Mega Blok sets more than blind bags. He put this set together all by himself so there were a few mistakes along the way which is why everything doesn’t line up perfectly in the second photo. I was just glad he played by himself quietly for an hour!

Verdict: The value of this Toy Box Monthly box was over $26 which is great for a $15 box. Blind bags and building kits are always a fun treat so I was happy with this box. I feel they do a great job staying on top of which characters and toys are currently trending with young kids. They also do a nice job of mixing toys for both my son and daughter.

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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.
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