90s Retro Pop Box Subscription Review + Coupon-February 2017
Retro Pop Box is a subscription service that sends retro inspired goodies from your favorite decade. Choose between the 70s, 80s or 90s.
This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes
This review is of the Retro Pop 90s, $20 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Retro Pop Box
The Cost: $20 a month ($7.50 shipping) with discounts available for longer subscription commitments
COUPON: Use code MSA10 to save 10% off your 3-month, 6-month or 12-month subscription!
The Products: 4-7 items valued at over $45 that are “carefully curated for a maximum jolt of nostalgia from YOUR FAVORITE DECADE. The unique pop-culture products within each box will span the decade and touch on iconic events, music, shows, movies, toys, candy and more!”
Ships to: Everywhere! International shipping rates apply for locations outside the U.S.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Here’s the info card that came with the box.
There’s info on the products on the back. This box has 6 items inside, which is one more than last month!
Exclusive Seinfeld Vandelay Industries Tee – Value $15?
Every box comes with an exclusive t-shirt nods to a different iconic ’90s reference. This month, I was stoked to see a Seinfeld reference! I love that this tee gives George Costanza’s fake business a logo—and that I get to wear the logo around on a cool tee! I’m not so keen on the cap sleeves of this fitted women’s tee, but I’ll suffer with them if it means I get to sport this Seinfeld reference around!
Magic Eye Postcard – Value $1.00?
I couldn’t find this exact design online, so I linked to something similar. I was wild about Magic Eye books when I was little, so this is a great blast from the past! Stare intently at this pretty pattern, then keep your eyes focused as you draw the pattern farther away, and a secret image will emerge. Sounds easy, but it takes a few tries (and maybe a little headache or two).
After a few rounds of staring deep into this rose pattern, I saw a heart emerge in the design! What a cool twist on a traditional Valentine’s Day card.
Pink Stretchy Choker – Value $2.90
Can you believe this ’90s staple accessory is actually back in style? I’ve seen them at the mall and even on some cool teens strolling through town. I can’t find my old chokers, so lucky I have this pink one to turn to!
The Little Mermaid Scratch and Sniff Stickers, Set of Two – Value $2.50?
I couldn’t find this sticker design so I linked to a similar sticker set. I wasn’t the biggest Little Mermaid fan growing up (I had brown hair, so of course, I was more of a Belle gal), but it was nice to see Ariel and Flounder’s familiar faces!
These stickers have a sweet, candy watermelon scent to them. Fresh out of the package, they didn’t need to be scratched for me to pick up on the scent. I forgot about the era of everything being scented, so these stickers were a fun trip down memory lane!
Looney Tunes Magnets, Set of 4 – Value $11.98
I’m always on the hunt for more good magnets, and I love these Looney Tunes designs. They’re simple in their shape, and even in the way the minimalist way the characters are drawn.
They have a good bit of stick to them, as well! I’m always happy to get items that are practical AND playful!
Fruit Stripe Gum, Pack of 17 Sticks – Value $1.50
I’ve mentioned in previous reviews that I’m not a big gum fan, but that doesn’t mean I don’t see this gum as an ’90s icon!
This gum has a zebra-stripe pattern (and a zebra mascot to match).
The best part is that the wrapper has tattoos on it! Just wet your skin and press these zebra design down firmly onto it for a few seconds.
Verdict: The items in this box provided a great trip down memory lane! I liked that there were some useful items in the box, too—not that I don’t love getting fun ephemera, too, but I always love knowing that things like the magnets and postcards won’t wind up in the junk drawer. The value is almost $35.00 based on my estimates, which is comfortably above the $20.00 cost (even after I add the $7.50 required for shipping).
What do you think of this month’s Retro Pop Box?