EggDrop is a new subscription box that features surprise eggs, blind bags, blind boxes and other surprise toys.
Every month you’ll receive 6 different toy surprises that can include eggs/blind bags from Shopkins, Disney’s Frozen, My Little Pony, Hello Kitty, Minions, Transformers, and more.
Subscriptions are $19.99/month or less with an annual plan.
Let’s see what’s in my July 2015 EggDrop box!
The box! I love the cute EggDrop logo.
A peek inside.
Minecraft Mini Figure Series 2 ($4.99) – I know absolutely nothing about Minecraft, but it looks like I got the “Zombie” figure. He’s a teeny tiny lil’ guy.
Shopkins Season 3 Playset ($6.85) – I’ve seen these mentioned on mommy blogs and always thought they sounded cute. I would have totally been into collecting ’em if they were around when I was little. The little plastic basket came with 2 blind bag figures. I received “Frost T Fridge” and “Wanda Wafer”. Kinda sad that I didn’t get “Wendy Wedding Cake”. 😉
Disney Frozen Fash’ems Single Pack Series 1 ($6.49) – I know I’m in the minority, but I still haven’t seen Frozen. I can recognize some of the characters just by seeing them so much everywhere, but I have absolutely no clue who this guy is. He’s very squishy though! 😉
Transformers Collectible Figurine & 3D Puzzle Piece Collector Card ($6?) – I wasn’t able to find this one on Amazon, so I’m just guessing the retail value based on the other figures. I received a “Bumblebee” figure with a 3D puzzle piece. There was also a tiny “collector’s base” to stand him up on, but I didn’t notice it in the bag until right now. Oops!
Moshi Monsters Sweets and Surprises ($6?) – I had to guess on the value of this one too. I’ve never heard of Moshi Monsters, so I have no idea how popular they are. This one came with a little bounce ball, a packet of candy, and a sticker.
Hello Kitty Series 2 Mega Bloks Figure ($6.99) – I totally saved the best for last — Hello Kitty!! My girls (and I) are huge fans and were excited to see this lil’ guy (er, girl) in the box. We received a garden-themed kitty complete with a hat, bucket, and block stand. So cute!
The July EggDrop was such a fun box to open! Miniature things are so cute, even if I don’t know who the heck most of the characters are. I could see how kids would love getting a box like this. The value seems pretty decent too… Based on the Amazon prices I found, most of the toys go for around $6 each, so roughly $36 total. Not bad!Browse more Kids Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
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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.