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Culturefly Walmart-Exclusive Super Mario Bros Box Review!

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Culturefly has released two more collectible boxes for the Holiday season! These collectible boxes are available in-store exclusively at Walmart. You may remember Culturefly from their other popular boxes like Pusheen Box, The Nick Box, DC World’s Finest, and Shopkins Direct – needless to say, I was excited to dig in!

Check out my review of the Nintendo Console Mystery Box and Call of Duty WWII Box as well!

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

The box itself is fun!

The Box: Walmart-Exclusive Super Mario Bros Box

The Cost: $29.99

The Products: A $70+ value of Super Mario Bros collectibles and goods – plus one mystery item!

Good To Know: These are available in-store at Walmart! This is not a subscription, but a one-off mystery box.

The Super Mario Bros box includes 7 items – one of which is a mystery item – themed around in-game items!

Insolated Lunch Bag – Value $25?

This box was loaded with fun items, but I think this is my favorite!

The bag is about 7.5 inches in diameter on the inside – and it’s insulated to keep things hot or cold.

But it’s also a bit thicker – so you’ll easily be able to get your lunch inside. It’s a straight-forward and fun design.

Fleece Scarf – Value $15?

To match your box – you’ll get this fleece scarf!

It’s really soft, but probably on the thin side. But, at 73-inches in length, you can wrap it a few times if you think it might be a bit too thin.

Exclusive Vinyl Figure – Value $20-25?

The mystery item in this box was an exclusive vinyl figure – again, it’s the perfect match for your scarf and box!

The figure comes in at 5 inches tall. It’s really well done, with a great paint job – it’s something that you can come to expect with Culturefly now.

Mario Beanie – Value $15?

The winter gear keeps on coming with this Mario beanie.

The hat is really thick and warm for this cold weather! This was the first thing I pulled out and immediately put on – when you can’t get a replica Mario hat, why not wear this!

Mini Note Block – Value $10?

Sticking with the question mark box theme – you’ll get these little 2×2 note papers.

These are about half the size of a Post-It and don’t have any adhesive.

Iron-On Patches – Value $10?

Spruce up your jacket or backpack with some classic Mario!

These are about 3-inches tall each – and are ready to bee simply ironed on to whatever you choose.

Collectible Coin – Value $5?

The final item is a collectible coin that commemorates box number 1 – hopefully, this means there will be more in the future!

Verdict: I’ve recently reviewed the Nintendo Console Mystery Box and Call of Duty WWII Box – but this one feels like it was another level of awesome to me! Growing up with Mario, every item I pulled from the box really brought a smile to my face. My values add up to around $105 of items – of course, the values are mostly guesses since it’s all exclusive – but that still is well above the promise $70 in value. I hope to see more Mario boxes at Walmart!

What do you think of the Super Mario Bros Box? Are you grabbing one at Walmart?

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!

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  1. Has anyone been able to find this box? No one in Walmart knew what I was talking about. I was really hoping to get this for my son for Christmas, but struck out. I had no problem finding the Nintendo one, so I’m wondering if every Walmart gets every box or if they’re only sending them to certain stores.

  2. I saw this box along with a Zelda box in Walmart last week. I really wanted to buy but not sure whether I should. After reading this review I decide to buy it next time I go there!

  3. I’m really digging the Culturefly boxes. As a parent, I love when necessary items are included. I’m going to have to buy a hat, scarf, and probably a lunch bag for my kids anyway, so…two birds, one payment. And I don’t have to force them to wear them, since they’re super cool.

    The quality is great too! I hope they keep doing different themes. My boys would LOVE Simpsons and Pokémon. I’d love South Park, Atari Classics, and my dreams would come true if they did an Arrested Development box. What a long shot, but they’d definitely get some hop-ons, hahaha. 🍌🍫🥜

  4. Cute! Love the scarf!

    So many of my current students are obsessed with Mario.. I can imagine them going NUTS over this box.

  5. Where are these located at Walmart? I’ve asked the gaming desk and no one knew what I was talking about!

    • Ditto. I’d love one but I don’t know where/how to get one. No one seems to know at my walmart.

    • The Nintendo one was in the game section with the Nintendo games and controllers, etc. You can get that one on Amazon as well. I’d assume this one would be in the same area, or check toys maybe? I’ve heard they can be hard to find.

    • At the store I went to, the Nintendo one was on the bottom shelf of the locked case where they keep the expensive games. I never would have found it, but luckily the clerk knew where it was.

  6. OMG! This looks soo much better than Mine Chest! Mine Chest Dec box had only 4 items… This has 7?! And looks great!

  7. I just want to give Culturefly props – they promised the Supernatural box would arrive by Christmas and I got mine today, they sent it priority overnight!

    It’s super refreshing given shipping issues so many have!

    (Also, this is by far my fave of the three Wal-Mart boxes. I want that figure!)

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