Nerd Block Jr. Boys Box Review + Coupon – December 2016
Nerd Block is the parent company for the original Nerd Block box, plus Horror Block, Arcade 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 for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
This review is of the Nerd Block Jr. for Boys, $29.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Boys
The Cost: $13.99 plus shipping. ($6 shipping to the US)
COUPON: Subscribe now and use the early bird coupon code EARLYBIRD20 to save 20% off your first month! This code will work on Nerd Block Classic and Nerd Block Jr Boys as well.
If you miss the early bird deal – Use code NERDADDICTION to save 17% off of your subscription!
The Products: Geeky gear for kids ages 6-11
Ships to: Worldwide!
Good to Know: My boys are both enormous nerds. I consider it a point of pride!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Nerd Block Jr. has just recently started including information cards that list out the contents, and I am so pleased! Sometimes with the geek boxes, it’s hard to tell what something is!
This month, Nerd Block included a $10 coupon for their new shop! They also included a $10 coupon for Shirt Punch, and on the back is a portion of a picture. The object of this coupon game is to collect all ten portions of the picture and make a set. If you collect all ten, you get a $100 shirt punch gift card!
Exclusive Shirtpunch! T-Shirt: Nerf – Value $15?
My eight-year-old claimed the tee this month. Although it’s a little big on him, he loves it! He is such a nerd – he absolutely loves structural diagrams, of almost anything. He was thrilled to see this nerf gun blueprint! He is average height for an eight-year-old, but a little slender, and this is a youth size large. I mention this to help you in case you are considering this subscription for a lucky kid in your life.
BB-8 Zipper Pull – Value $5?
Yep, this went straight on my ten-year-old’s backpack. Anything Star Wars is a guaranteed hit in my house! I could not find this exact one on sale online, so the value is an estimate.
Plants vs. Zombies Mini Comic Set – Value $12
My eight-year-old is a MEGA fan of Plants vs. Zombies! He just got Garden Warfare for Christmas, and he was so happy to get this cool mini-comic set! Subscribers received one of three possible varieties.
National Geographic Kids Magazine – Value $4.99 (single issue)
This is the second month in a row NBJB has sent National Geographic KIDS, and I am so glad! I hope they make it a regular inclusion. It’s great, interesting reading with lots of fun activities!
Fantasma Magic Set – Value $9.99?
I have to admit I’m a little underwhelmed by the quality of this magic kit. My kids are definitely not interested in it, either. I think Nerd Block Junior keeps getting better and better… They might have been better off to leave this out.
Nerd Block Cube Plush – Value $10?
It’s the Nerd Block Mascot! In plush form! My eight-year-old loves this.
Design Your Own Superhero Mask – Value $19.99
My kids were not into this, but I thought it was really cool, so I gave it to my nephew on Christmas. I am assuming he will decorate it at some point, but in the mean time, doesn’t he look adorable?
Avengers Slap Bracelet – Value $5?
My sons aren’t into bracelets at all, but they have a girl friend in mind to receive this beauty. She can wear Iron Man’s heart on her sleeve! Yes, I think we all know who the real nerd is around here.
We also received this card with some spoilers for our January box!
Verdict: My sons love Nerd Block Jr. for Boys! This month was a mix of hits and misses, but now that NBJB is including more items, I guess that’s okay! They especially love getting more nerd tees, so we are glad they have started including them. The estimated value this month adds up to about $82, which is amazing for a $20 box!
What do you think of Nerd Block Jr. for Boys?