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September 3, 2015

Subscription Box for Kids: EggDrop Review

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 The girls and I were given a free subscription box to do a review, all opinions are our own.


Hey yall!  How has your week been for ya?  Are you ready for cooler weather and shorter days?  I’ve finally accepted that summer is coming to an end and autumn will be here before I know it, plus my birthday is coming up and I’m looking forward to what I’m going to get from Mr. M, stay tuned!



It seems like it’s the girls’ birthday in my household because they got a surprise in the mail that got them grinning from ear to ear. 



What I didn’t tell them is that they were going to be reviewing a subscription box for kids that include some of their favorite cartoon characters. 



EggDrop reached out to me to review their monthly subscription toy box for kids and I was very happy to do so because I found out that their boxes are also for older children.  When they started naming off the brands that they work with like Disney, Shopkins, My Little Pony, etc., I hopped on that opportunity quickly because I knew my girls would love the toys they’ll receive.



More information about EggDrop:



You select a plan of paying $19.99 monthly or have the option of a 1 time yearly payment of $199.99 (savings of $39.98) that includes 12 subscription boxes.


EggDrop works with name brands and hand picks 6 toy items to include in monthly boxes.  Once shipped, your child will be surprise of what toys they’ve gotten in the mail.  Also they’ll get to unwrap a surprise plastic egg that has either a toy or candy in it.




My Review

 

I had the package shipped to my job so my girl wouldn’t know about it; I really wanted it to be a surprise to them.



I picked them up from daycare and told them I had a surprise for them in the car.  The girls raced to my car and immediately looked on my front passenger seat to see what the surprise was.  There, they seen a little box with a cute blue label on it saying EggDrop and they didn’t have a clue what it would be.  Michelle ask me if they could open it on our drive home but I told her to wait until we get home so we can all be surprised together (I had no clue as well what would be in the box).



Once we got home, my girls threw their backpacks off, feed the fish, and sat down on the stairs with their surprise EggDrop box.


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The girls quickly opened the box and was ecstatic seeing all their new toys they received!  They both claimed which toys would be theirs (I’m surprised they didn’t fight each other on which ones would be theirs).  My girls are really into small figurine toys so this box was right up their alley.  With them seeing their favorite brands like Shopkins and My Little Pony, they were very impressed with the toys they received.

Subscription Box for Kids: EggDrop Review  via  www.productreviewmom.com

Subscription Box for Kids: EggDrop Review  via  www.productreviewmom.com
Subscription Box for Kids: EggDrop Review  via www.productreviewmom.com


My thoughts were that these toys were about the price of $5 and under and can be found at discounted bins at Target and toy stores.  However, seeing my girls’ happy faces was priceless, so I feel the subscription box is worth it.


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Included in our box was:


  • Shopkins

  • Littlest Pet Shop- (The Littlest Pets Collection)

  • My Little Pony- (Radz Candy + Dispenser)

  • Disney Frozen

  • Angry Birds- (Mashems) (This was our DropEgg surprise)

  • My Little Pony- (Friendship is Magic)


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Let me tell ya, my girls was so quiet because they were so occupied playing with their new toys and eating their candies that they’ve forgotten that they had homework to finish up, lol! 



Hopefully they’ll manage to put their new toys up because I’m always stepping on their toys when I walk into their room but we are working on getting their room more organized.



Thinking about joining EggDrop?  Eggdrop ships on the 10th of each month and you’ll be billed the same day you place your first order.  So if you order on the 11th, each month you’ll be charged on the 11th.  You can cancel your subscription at any time, no strings attached!





 

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13 comments

  1. My kids would love this. They're all about those little blind bag toys thanks to watching toy videos from YouTube.

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    1. Those YouTube videos be having me want to go out and buy a bunch of toys for my girls!

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  2. Boy, there is a subscription box for everything! I've never heard of them before but I bet my nieces would love this box.

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    1. I know right! Now, if only there was a subscription box for fish. LOL!

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  3. That is just too cute! If my kids was younger I would so get this for them.

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    1. Thanks Suzie! Younger kids love these kind of toys!

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  4. Oh man, my kids would go crazy for this!!!!

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    1. They sure would Echo! My girls are still playing with their toys they received.

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  5. How cute is this and the pictures are priceless! Wishing the girls an awesome school year!

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    1. Thanks so much sis! So far, so good with school, seems to be breezing along.

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  6. My son is going to be 2 years old,but from recent he shows interest in surprise eggs after watching some you tube videos.He would love this subscription box....And I really like the 2nd photo.Both girls are surprised with their new finding!! :)

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    1. Your son would love this box Amila!

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  7. Hey Lou,
    You have an awesome review blog going on here. And Egg Drop looks like a great subscription box for kids. I am surely going to share this review with my Logic Roots followers on twitter and facebook. We too have some great math board games for elementary kids. I am sure your kids would love them too.

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