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70s Retro Pop Box Subscription Review + Coupon- November 2016

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Retro Pop Box is a subscription service that sends pop culture items and relics from your favorite decade! My favorite decade is the 1970’s. I was barely alive then, but I love the fashion and culture from that era. They also offer an 80’s box and a 90’s box!


This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the 1970’s, $20 a month, box. 


The Subscription Box: Retro Pop Box (70’s edition)

The Cost: $20 + $5 shipping = $25 per month, 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 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 US.

Check out all of our Retro Pop Box reviews and the Lifestyle Subscription Box Directory!

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This is the info card that came with the package, detailing its contents.



Sweathogs Rhapsody Exclusive T-Shirt – Value $15?

I love this mashup so much! Of course, I watched “Welcome Back, Kotter” as a kid, and loved it, even though in retrospect it was a pretty awful show. And the design is a reference to the Queen album, which I still love! How funny!



Space Invaders Blind Box Plush – Value $10.99

Space Invaders is still one of my all-time favorite video games! It was really hard, wasn’t it? I played it obsessively when we finally got it.


This is also our Fun Fact item of the month. Retro Pop Box always comes up with the most interesting tidbits!


Recipe Card Set – Value $5?

This is another exclusive item, so I’m guessing at the value. I don’t think I will ever use paper recipe cards now that Pinterest exists, but these definitely make me nostalgic for my Mom’s kitchen. The pictures, though! They totally remind me of this website which made me laugh way too hard.



Clackers – Value $9.95

I vaguely remember these from olden times, but I don’t think I had any as a child. That may be because…


…they are extremely dangerous? I thought maybe it was because you could hit someone with them really hard, which is true, but it turns out the original ones used to sometimes shatter. Ouch!

Here they are in lame action. I couldn’t video them and work them properly at the same time, so this is just a taste of their amazing clacking powers.


TV Dinner Post-It Pad – Value $1?

This Thanksgiving season, I am so grateful that I never have to eat one of these again. This is actually a relatively appetizing looking TV dinner, there were many others that did not appear as scrumptious. I am also thankful that my mother prepared these for us exactly one time in my entire youth. Once was plenty.

Verdict: I love my 1970’s Retro Pop Box so much! Every month is awesome! I think they did a great job curating around the holiday this month, and it makes me really curious to see what’s on deck for December. The value of everything this month totals about $41, which is dynamite for a $25 box!

What do you think of the 70’s box from Retro Pop Box? What’s your favorite decade?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

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.


  1. That recipe card link was the best!

    • Awesome! Glad you liked it Amy! 😂😂😂

  2. OMG!! Clackers!! Ours were glass and did they ever hurt when you got hit in the head or knuckles. Those were dangerous and we loved them!!! I think the Tshirt is very kind, visually, to all of those guys. Non were very appealing even JohnTravolta.

    • Lol, agreed!

  3. LOL @ “olden times” that made my day, I’m not even mad it makes me sound old. I was born in 1976 and I had some of those when I was around 10yrs old. I loved them. Played with them all the time. It was my go-to annoy adults toy. Probably why they suddenly disappeared one day. I wasn’t aware of any ban but then again we use to ride around without seat belts too! LOL

    • And our parents used the same cutting board to cut meat and veggies, lol. Yes, no seatbelts back then. I was born 1969. I loved the clackers too. I think mine were pink and yellow, lol

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