Babypallet is a new monthly subscription box that sends fun surprises that cater to children from newborn to 3 years old.
Each box will include 4 or more items that are selected based on the age and gender of your child. Items can include anything from toys, to books, food/snacks, household products for parents, and more. Babypallet also gives back. — 10% of their profits is donated to ChildFund International to help children in need.
Subscriptions are $23/month with free shipping, or less with multi-month commitments.
For a limited time, you can save 50% on your first box with coupon code “babypallet”! Update: Code has expired, but you can still save 30% with coupon code “September”.
Let’s see what’s in my August 2015 Babypallet!
Everything was shipped in a large flat
box pallet via priority mail.
A peek inside. I had NO idea what I’d find in there! (One thing I didn’t find was an info card, so I’ll just jump right into the products…)
Frozen 5 Minute Stories Book ($9.49) – This is one BIG storybook. It contains 12 different Frozen stories that can each be read in 5 minutes or less — perfect for bedtime. The first story is the actual Frozen movie and the rest are original stories about Anna & Elsa.
Stride Rite Socks (8 Pair) ($22) – We can always use more socks, so I was happy to see this nice 8-pack. Stride Rite socks are NOT cheap either! A great inclusion.
Glitter Putty 2-Pack ($5.67) – My girls love Play-Doh, so I’m sure they’ll enjoy playing with these putty eggs. I was happy to see a 2-pack so we won’t have to worry about fights (okay, they’ll probably fight over them anyway, but still…).
Ouchies Bandages ($5) – 20 latex-free bandages featuring Mr. Men & Little Miss. My kiddos haven’t gotten to the “I have an itch/drop of water/piece of fuzz on my arm and I NEED a bandaid” stage, but when the time comes, we’ll be set.
Little Ducks Organics Tiny Fruits in Apple & Banana ($3.85) – I received a bag of these freeze dried fruits back when the girls were too young to eat them so I ended up enjoying them myself. (They really are for “kids 1-100”!) Now that the girls are 3, I’m thinking my own Tiny Fruit days are over. 😉
I’m really happy with this first offering from Babypallet. The items included are all great quality and useful/practical for our 3-year old age group. The value is good too — roughly $46 (using Amazon prices)!
Don’t forget, you can save 50% on your first month coupon code “babypallet”! Update: Code has expired, but you can still save 30% with coupon code “September”.
August 2015 Babypallet Review
A great new box with practical, useful products at an affordable monthly cost. The value was double the price of the subscription and even better if you use the 50% coupon!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.