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EggDrop Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2017

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EggDrop is a subscription full of surprise blind bag toys. You can choose between the classic subscription, which is a total mystery, or a premium subscription, which allows you some customization.

This is a review of the classic subscription.

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

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The Subscription Box: EggDrop

The Cost: $19.99 (classic), $29.99 (premium)

The Products: “Inside your EggDrop box will be 6 surprise toys. Surprises like Shopkins, My Little Pony, Pixar, Marvel, and other various toys. We try to mix it up every month!”

Ships To: Worldwide!

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This box is like the Inception of mystery boxes – a mystery box of mystery blind bag toys! There are no themes and there aren’t any information cards.

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Marvel Villains Bobble Heads Blind Bag – Value $4 on Amazon

I was naturally excited to see a Marvel blind bag! This is the ‘Villians’ series of mini bobble heads.

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You’ll receive 1 of a possible 9 tiny bobble heads.

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I got Thanos! Even though he is tiny – he’s still angry!

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Teen Titans GO! Mystery Figures – Value $3.75 on eBay

The next item is from DC Comics – since this subscription is targeted at kids, I’m not surprised it’s for the Teen Titans show.

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You’ll get 1 of 7 possible figures.

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I got Starfire. The nice part about this toy is that they are articulated at the hips and shoulders!

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Paw Patrol Collectible Keyring – Value $8.50 on Amazon

My third blind bag toy is from the Nickelodeon show – Paw Patrol.

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You’ll receive 1 of a possible 6 keyring figures.

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I got Chase, the police dog. The keyring can be unscrewed from the figure allowing it to be freestanding.

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Minecraft Hangers Series 3 – Value $7.50 on Amazon

The fourth blind bag item features Minecraft.

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You’ll receive 1 of 10 toys in this blind bag.

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We got the Iron Golem.

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You can detach the keyring to have this freestanding. This is also the largest of the blind bag figures this month – coming in at about 4 inches tall.

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Justice League Chibis – Value $11 on Amazon

There was a second DC Comics item this month, and these are new to me – Chibis!

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You’ll get 3 little Chibis in each bag. There are 12 in total to collect.

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Even the insert packaging is cute!

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I received Wonder Woman, Flash, and Cyborg.

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Here’s a better look at them. They’re really small at about 1.5 inches tall. The design reminds me a bit of Russian nesting dolls.

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Angry Birds Trading Cards – Value $3 on Amazon

The final item in the box was a bit of a surprise. It’s a pack of cards featuring Angry Birds. It’s a surprise to me because I expected 6 blind bag toys!

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Each pack contains 7 trading cards.

Verdict: While I was a bit bummed to get 5 figures instead of 6, the $38 value of all 6 items is great – and even when you removed the value of the cards, the value is still great. This can be a fun little mystery box of toys for kids – and might have a better value for you with the premium subscription since you’d be able to customize it a bit.

What do you think of EggDrop? Have you subscribed and would you recommend the Premium option?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

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.

6 Comments

  1. how do you subscribe? i keep getting directed to this software referral program

    • Sorry – they didn’t let us know the old links would no longer work. They’re now updated.

  2. Is this a premium box? It looks like it’s specifically for boys. They told me that it costs $30 for a gender specific box.

    • This is a classic box.

  3. That is Shazam, not Flash.

    • Yup – you’re totally correct, I completely missed that one.

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