Mickey Monthly is a monthly box of Disney magic!
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The Subscription Box: Mickey Monthly
The Cost: $19 a month for Original Mickey Monthly and $29.99 a month for Theme Park Edition (plus shipping and handling). They also offer a Pin Edition for $7.95 a month. Each option has different sizes available at varied costs.
The Products: Officially licensed Disney merchandise. 2-6 mystery items for Classic (over $25 in value) and 4-10 mystery items for Magic (over $50 in value). Boxes can be tailored for princesses, princes or neutral. You can also select child or adult.
Ships to: US and internationally but additional charges will apply
Check out the Kids Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Mickey Monthly to your subscription list or wishlist!
This review is for the Magic sized Original Mickey Monthly Box (neutral – meaning items for both boys and girls will be included) and intended for all ages.
A sweet welcome note was provided on the top of the box. It was filled with white sizzle and sparkly, blue Mickey Mouse confetti.
One of the coolest water bottles ever! I love that this is covered in my favorite Disney villainesses. It’s plastic and a nice size too, perfect for bringing water to work.
These fish shaped watercolor paints are adorable. My daughter who is two years old just started getting into watercolor painting so this was a fun addition for her especially.
Minnie Mouse Apple Hand Sanitizer with Backpack Clip - Value $3.23
I’m having trouble finding this for sale individually but I did find it as part of a three pack with other Disney characters. This hand sanitizer smells like apple Jolly Ranchers (which is a good thing in my book!). I don’t use hand sanitizers because I find them drying but I will pass this along to my niece.
Disney Crafts - $7.99
This book is filled with crafts you can make at home with pretty easy to find objects and supplies. The projects are from newer movies like Cars, Toy Story and Monsters, Inc. They have step by step directions with lots of pictures to help you follow along. My favorite though has to be the paper mâché piggy bank that looks like Hamm from Toy Story.
Mickey Mouse Plush Doll - $16.99
This 9 inch plush doll of Mickey Mouse is an instant favorite in her house. Both of my kids love it! I feel like you can never go wrong with a plush in a house with young kids.
Frozen Lip Balm - $8.00?
My daughter is a little too young for these mini lip balms right now. She’ll try to eat them most likely so I will pass these along to my nieces instead. They will adore them!
Disney Hairbrush - $6?
My daughter is in love with Ariel and Jasmine hairbrush. It’s the perfect size for little hands. I love that it’s functional and she loves that it’s pink and has princesses on it. Win-win!
This pack of special edition Jelly Belly jelly beans is so sweet! They are gluten-free, peanut free, dairy free and delicious.
Disney 2016 Collector Pin - $10.00?
I don’t see this pin available for purchase on the Disney website so I’m estimating the value based off other pins for sale. This is a beautiful pin to add to your lanyard and I love that it has the year on it with some real classic Disney characters and the fireworks in the background. It is quintessential Disney to me!
Verdict: Mickey Monthly, you have seriously impressed me! I can’t imagine any Disney fan not being thrilled with this monthly subscription. The value (with my estimates) is almost $65! The box felt well curated with a mix of functional items, collector’s items and things that appealed to both my son and my daughter. I love how the box was filled up so just when you thought you were done unpacking there a couple items hiding inside. I think this would make a great gift for any Disney fan and a way to keep the Disney magic alive between the trips to Disney itself.
What do you think of Mickey Monthly?