Toy Box Monthly is a children’s subscription box for boys and girls ages 3 and up.
Each box will include 4-6 hand selected toys featuring the latest brands and characters. Items can include blind bags, surprise eggs, character keychains, collectible figures, plushes, squishies, sensory toys, and more. Subscribers can choose to receive a box geared more towards girls or for boys.
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.
Subscriptions are $17/month (plus $5 shipping), or less with multi-month commitments.
Let’s see what’s in my March 2018 Toy Box Monthly girl’s box!
Everything was shipped in a brown box with the Toy Box Monthly logo on top.
A peek inside!
MagicMeeMees Mellow Manny ($5.25, Amazon)
According to the package, MagicMeeMees are “100th millionth the size of you” and “live all around us”. What makes them special is that they actually you how they feel through their lights and movement. You can “feed” them a variety of foods (sold separately, shown below) and the light on their tummy will tell you whether or not they like it, based on the color it turns. They can also move and interact with other MagicMeeMees and playsets (also sold separately). My 5 year olds were immediately drawn to this guy’s happy little face and repeatedly pushed his head to make his tummy light up.
MagicMeeMees Gummee Surprises Blind Bag (~$3?)
To keep our new MagicMeeMee friend well fed, Toy Box Monthly also included a “Gummee Surprise” blind bag. There were 26 possible treats to collect and ours was a cute little pink cupcake with purple sprinkles. To feed your MagicMeeMee, just push the button on the food and point it towards the figure. His belly will light up and let you know whether or not its a food he enjoys.
Here’s Mellow Manny with his new treat!
I honestly don’t know too much about Disney (or these popular Tsum Tsum plushies that are EVERYWHERE lately), so I had no idea who this character was supposed to be. Thankfully, printed on the tag in small text was “Mini Tsum Haunted Mansion Opera Singer”. That said, I still have no idea what movie/show this is from. Anyone know?
Spin Master Powerpuff Girls Bubbles Flick N Reveal Keychain ($9.60, Amazon)
Now this character I’m very familiar with. I used to watch Powerpuff Girls all the time when it first aired. Bubbles was always my favorite, so it was neat to find her in the box. This interactive keychain is designed so that while holding it, you can flick your wrist to magically reveal her body. Flick your wrist again and her body disappears!
Monster High Minis Season 2 ($5.95, Amazon)
I wasn’t able to find the season 2 version of these on Amazon, so I linked to season 1 and used that price. My girls haven’t gotten into Monster High, so I don’t know too much about it other than the characters are slightly goth. 😉 This blind box contained one of over 70 figures to collect. We received a “Teddy Bear Ghoul”, which was noted as a “fangtastic find” (one step above “common”).
Funko Barbie Mystery Minis Vinyl Figure ($6.98, Amazon)
I played with Barbies all the time when I was a kid, so I was excited to see that the figure we got was straight out of the 80’s — 1986, actually. I swear I had the exact same pair of earrings for one of my dolls. This figure measures 3 inches tall and there are 16 different dolls to collect.
Okay, I had to Google it and I definitely had this same Barbie. I knew those earrings looked familiar!
Our March 2018 Toy Box Monthly box was a lot of fun! My girls enjoyed checking out all of the toys and were instant fans of the MagicMeeMee figure. I wasn’t able to find retail values for everything, but based on what I could find and a couple “guess-timations”, the total value of March’s box was roughly $36. Not bad at all! 😀