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Pipsticks Kids Subscription Box Review + Coupon- April 2017

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Pipsticks is a subscription service for sticker lovers. Currently, the company offers four different subscriptions; two for adults – Pro Club Classic and Pro Club Petite and two for kids – Kid’s Club Classic and Kid’s Club Petite. Sticker fans young and old receive 7 or 15 quality stickers and extra items.

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This review is of the Kid’s Club Classic, $14.95 a month, box.


The Subscription Box: Pipsticks Kids Club Classic

The Cost: $14.95 per month (free shipping to U.S.)

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use coupon code INSTAXPRO25 to save 25% off your first month of the Pipsticks Classic subscription. Or, use coupon code INSTAXKIDS25 to save 25% off your first month of PipSticks Kid’s Club Subscription!

COUPON: Use code OMG10 to save 10% off!

The Products: 15+ Sheets of Stickers for Kids, 1 Post Card and 4 Craft Papers

Ships to: USA  and Worldwide with an additional cost for shipping. Please see the FAQ for more details.

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Pipsticks’ note had a joke, fun fact about triangles, and an under the sea coloring page on the reverse side which can be entered in a contest to win animal crayons and coloring placemats.



Pipsticks Postcard with postage – Value $2.00?

I love that they send the postcard already stamped with postage. This means I’m more likely to actually get it off in the mail quickly.


Four Sheets of Colored Paper – Value $1.00?

The brightly colored paper is a welcome addition to the package. I like that this is open-ended letting my kids decorate it any way that they choose. My kids always like the bright colors they send.


My daughter loved the black cats and tiny strawberries. My son preferred the cool looking frogs.


The sparkly crayon stickers were so pretty and I liked that they had the color word printed on each one. The hippie stickers were a fun throwback to the 60s. I think we’ll use the face stickers with the speech bubble area as gift tags for Easter presents since there is room to write the recipient’s name.


The Sticker Club sheet hinted at Easter with the bunny and carrots but wasn’t overly holiday-ish.


My kids always love the scratch and sniff stickers and this month they were cola scented.


I thought Pipsticks did a nice job including some spring themed stickers. The Easter eggs were adorable. The pansies were colorful and the teacups were so intricately decorated I couldn’t get over it. I might save these to use on envelopes when I correspond with my tea-loving aunt.


I always like when Pipsticks sends letter stickers. My son enjoys using them to spell out his name and other words he’s learning to read. He liked the letter “u” that looks like jam on toast. I loved the “Z” that was a caterpillar.


These sparkly moustache stickers are a gorgeous rose gold. The triangle stickers went along with the fun fact on the information sheet about how triangles are used often in construction because they are more resistant to earthquakes than other shapes. Interesting!


Various Sheets of Stickers – $15.00?

My kids loved the variety of stickers as always and had so much fun putting them on the colored paper that was provided. I kept a few sheets aside for myself to use too!

Verdict: Pipsticks Kids Club Classic is a huge hit with our family! The value with my estimations added up to $18 which is over the cost of the subscription. Every month my kids look forward to receiving their stickers in the mail and they’ve even learned to take turns each choosing a sheet of stickers until they’re all gone and then they don’t fight over anything. I think Pipsticks does a fabulous job with their sticker curation and I definitely recommend this subscription to any sticker lover!

What do you think of Pipsticks?

Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.

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. So while I liked the stickers I got they are completely different than yours. I don’t like that the subscription isn’t the same for everyone. Kinda made me sad because I was like “I’ve seen these before ” and I had in previous subscriptions in MSA.

    • I had no idea that subscribers didn’t all receive the same package each month.

      • Me either! I guess it makes sense on their end because they can use the stickers up by giving to new subscribers.

        • So you didn’t get any Easter themed stickers?

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