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Disney Treasures Subscription Box Review – Snowflake Mountain

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Disney Treasures is a brand new subscription box from Funko. Like Funko’s other subscriptions – Smuggler’s BountyMarvel Collector Corps, and D.C. Legion of Collectors – this will ship every other month and will be based on a specific theme for each delivery.

This month’s theme was Snowflake Mountain!

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About Disney Treasures

The Subscription Box: Disney Treasures

The Cost:

‘Traveler’ – For maximum flexibility, choose the Traveler membership. Travelers purchase one box at a time at a slightly higher per box price, but have the option to skip any theme they don’t want. Traveler members are automatically* billed every other month, and can cancel after any box.

‘Adventurer’ – Those looking for a little less commitment may choose the Adventurer membership. Adventurers purchase the next three boxes upfront and receive a welcome gift in their first box. Adventurer memberships are automatically* renewed semi-annually.

‘Pioneer’ – Our Pioneer membership is the best deal with the most exclusive perks. Members purchase all six boxes for the year upfront at a discounted price, and receive a welcome gift in their first box plus an exclusive Pioneers-only collectible gift every year on the anniversary of membership. Additionally, Pioneers receive a digital “founders” badge for Disney Treasures program. Pioneer memberships are automatically* renewed annually.

The Products: Each box features Funko figures and collectibles featuring characters from Classic Disney, Pixar Studios, and Disney Parks!

Ship To: US and Canada

Disney Treasures December 2017 ‘Snowflake Mountain’ Review

Disney’s fifth box features items from The Nightmare Before Christmas, Bambi, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, and the classic Mickey and Minnie!

The information card has a traveler’s map on one side – showing past themes and future themes.

On the reverse side, you’ll get details about every item in the box.

Each month also comes with a themed sticker to put on your box – collect all the stickers and give your original box a well-traveled suitcase look.

Patch + Pin – Value $10-15?

Some Funko subscriptions have started to switch up the types of products in their boxes, with some completely removing the patch and pin – but this hasn’t happened for Disney Treasures yet – so far, we’ve always received a patch and a pin.

This month’s patches features a personal favorite, Scrooge McDuck, and the pin features Olaf from Frozen!

Bambi on Ice POP – Value $22 on POP Price Guide

This month’s exclusive POP is pretty darn cute – It’s Bambi!

I love that they grabbed a scene from the movie – the ice base is cool looking, too – pun intended.

The case even shows off that classic scene!

Belle Mini Tin – Value $10?

The best part of the Disney Treasures subscription line is the mini-tin collection that comes in every box!

This month features a Belle mini figure. The tin has all kinds of Beauty and the Beast hints all over it!

Mickey and Mini Thermos – Value $15?

This is the one item that strayed from the normal recipe – and it was a good idea!

What better for a cold-themed box than a thermos to sip some hot cocoa!? I also like that it features the classic Mickey and Mini – it’s basic, but with the classic characters, it doesn’t need to go over-the-top.

Christmas Jack Skellington Socks – Value $10?

This month also includes socks – appropriate for a cold-themed box again – and they feature The Nightmare Before Christmas!

These are basic socks, no extra padding anywhere, but it’s a fun ‘holiday sweater’ look to the print!

Olaf Cookie Cutter – Value $5-10?

The final item is perfect for the holidays – and Olaf cookie cutter!

Verdict: So far, there haven’t been any disappointing Disney Treasures boxes for me – they are following a pretty successful formula for fans of Funko and Disney – and it’s working really well! The POPs have been fun sculpts and the mini tin collection is so fun to look forward to – I’d like to see it in their other subscriptions, actually!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No—you can find the current theme on their homepage.

Coupon – There are no coupons at this time.

Read all of our Disney Treasures Reviews to find out more about this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes and Disney Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Disney Treasures profile page.

What did you think of the December 2017 Snowflake Mountain Disney Treasures box?

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.

3 Comments

  1. FYI – they’ve already eliminated the half-annual/annual subs. It’s now a $30 pay as you go box.

    • aww, that’s so sad but it kind of works out for me too since I do that with my DC Legion of Collector’s box. I wonder why though? Maybe they’re changing the boxes or cancelling them?

      • They say it’s in response to how their boxes are collected, and apparently it’s going to happen across all of their lines.

        I’m going to miss the discount, but maybe I’ll start skipping boxes if the theme isn’t my favorite after the final box of my semi-annual sub.

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