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Pipsticks Subscription Box Review – November 2014

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Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Envelope

Pipsticks is a monthly subscription that delivers a pack of stickers right to your door. They aim to “tickle the imaginations of kids (and those of us who can’t quite grow up).”

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Stick Em Up

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

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 All

The Subscription: Pipsticks

The Cost: $15/month for their standard pack, or $35/month for their family pack (which is 3x the amount of stickers), with free shipping in the US

COUPON: get one month free when you sign up for any 6 or 12-month subscription using the code ADDICTION11 at checkout.

The Products: variety packs of stickers

Ships to: Worldwide

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Info

Every delivery includes an info card. I love that this has little factoids about zebras and race cars (since there are zebra and race car stickers included); I think kids would enjoy that touch.

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Paper

Each pack also includes 3 colored papers to use, and a pre-stamped post card that has a blank side for you/your child to decorate with the stickers and send to someone.

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Cats

These cat stickers are so super cute!

Pipsticks Subscription Box Review - November 2014 Dino

I think my favorite stickers in this whole pack are the puffy bunnies!

Verdict: Overall, I liked the November Pipsticks. I know I was seriously obsessed with collecting and playing with stickers when I was little! As far as value goes, it’s hard to evaluate a specific value, but I’m not sure whether or not they’d add up to the $15 cost.

What do you think about the November Pipsticks Pack?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Scrapbooking stores usually sell those little squares of stickers for less than $.50 per square, as they come off large rolls. The others look like they bought one pack of stickers and cut them in to little strips to divy out. I would love a sticker sub, but this sucks! Those items cant be worth more than a few dollars.

  2. I’m confused, is this a review of the $15 or the $35 box? How many sheets of stickers were included in total in the box?

    • Jesvii – so sorry for the confusion! This is a review of the $15 pack. The very last photo is all of the stickers together. There were 11 sheets of varying numbers and types of stickers. Hope this helps!

    • I have been subscribing to Pipsticks for a few months now (the $15 pack) and my kids go crazy for it, running to the mailbox daily to see if their stickers have arrived. Each pack has at LEAST 15 sheets of stickers (I think the count of 11 was just confused from the bottom pic) – at least that’s what they promise and that’s what it’s been so far. Also, there’s other stuff that comes in the pack which makes the whole thing feel more worth the price. I must say, though I was a bit skeptical on the price, the quality of the stickers is way better than what you’d find at the dollar store. These don’t rip, my kids can peel them without my help, and the variety they have are great – the puffy ones in particular are always our favorites. If you’re just looking for cheap stickers to run through, it’s prob not for you, but if you want something that feels special, this is a great idea.

  3. My girls (3 and 1) are addicted to stickers and we go through a lot of them and I think this price for a sticker sub is just plain silly. I can buy a ton of cute santa or hello kitty stickers at target for $15. The $35 price is ridiculous.

    • I agree. Our dollar store carries books of dora, Lisa frank, princess, etc stickers and they are $1 for several pages. This is a wonderful and cute idea but I don’t really see the value here at $15 compared to what I can get at various stores. I could definitely get similar to what is shown here for about $5.

  4. Omg, I love this! I was so obsessed with stickers as a kid, and I guess I still am. They’re so fun! At first I thought the $15 price point seemed kind of high, but now that I think about it whenever I see a pack of stickers on sale at the store they usually cost around $3, so assuming these all cost about that this is well worth the price.

  5. I am seriously addicted to sub boxes, so much that I’ve lost count of how many I am actually subscribed to. However, there does have to be some value or I am not going to subscribe to it and this is just seriously ridiculous to me! This is $2 max at the dollar store! Asking for $15 let alone $35 even if it is 3x more stickers is just crazy!! Boderline offensive! I am I no way directing this at Haley or Liz, I appreciate your reviews on all boxes that way we know better than to throw away $15-$35 on $2 worth of stickers! I’m sorry, this is the first time I’ve left a negative comment in regards to a company but this is just….wow….craziness!!!

  6. I remember collecting stickers when I was little. I loved scratch and sniff stickers, Lisa Frank stickers, and puffy stickers. Now I try to persuade my 6 year old that stickers are not meant to decorate his walls 🙂 I think it’s fun for stickers enthusiasts.

    • I loved stickers when I was little. I am sort of tempted to send something like this to my sister’s kids (my nieces are 2 and 4 and might appreciate something just for them since my newborn nephew is getting most of the attention right now). Though I can see their dogs, walls, and furniture getting covered in stickers…my sister might not appreciate that too much.

      • LOL. That is my son right down to the dog. He doesn’t do that anymore now he is 6. Only his bedroom walls sometimes.

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