Kids Prize Pack Subscription Box Review & Coupon – July 2017

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Kids Prize Pack is a fun kids’ subscription box that centers a different theme around each month. There are four age categories: Boys ages 4-8, Girls ages 4-8, Boys ages 9-12, Girls ages 9-12. The boxes range from early readers to chapter books along with age appropriate toys and collectibles.

The theme for July is Friendship and Gaming.

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All of the fun goodies that came in the box this month.

The back of the info card has a cute little comic on it. My boys love these and just laugh and laugh and laugh.

Geek Fantasy Novel by Eliot Schrefer ($9.99) – This one has me from just the title and my oldest son was just as excited. I’m not sure when it happened but all of a sudden he has started reading books that I would also be into reading. I’m so excited for this next chapter for us and this is a great book for us to share.

Be careful what you wish for. Really.

Wishes are bad. Very bad.

They can get you trapped in a fantasy world full of killer bunny rabbits, evil aunts, and bothersome bacteria, for example.

But you already knew that, didn’t you?

Ralph, alas, does not. He’s been asked to spend the summer with his strange British relatives at their old manor house in order to set up their Wi-Fi network. But there’s much more to it than that, of course. It’s just that nobody told Ralph. He’s a gamer, sure. But this game is much stranger — and funnier — than anything manufactured by Nintendo.

So put on your suit of armor. Take out your 20-sided die. Brush up on your warcraft. Or, at the very least, open up this book.

Geek fantasy awaits!

Funko POP Kingdom Hearts Goofy figure ($8.77) – I squealed a bit when we opened this box and I saw this one. Goofy is my favorite Disney character so this one is all mine.

How fantastic does he look? I love his shield and gaming outfit.

The detail is great down to the zipper on the pants pocket.

Funko Mystery Mini ($5.00) – I have not played Dig Dug in forever but this was a fun box for us to open up either way. I some how didn’t get a picture of our character by itself but you can see it in my all items picture above. We got Fygar.

Toysmith Mini Dominoes ($4.99) – I love a good game of dominoes and while my husband and I play we haven’t played a lot with my boys. This reminds me that we need to correct that and get us all into the game.

Each month Kids Prize Pack also sends a magnet with the theme on it.

Kids Prize Pack sent a fun themed box this month. We are always excited to get a Funko POP in our box and with getting my favorite this month that was just the icing on the cake. This box really did take the Friendship and Gaming theme to the max and found the perfect book that encompasses both. I can’t wait to read it with my son.

What do you think of the July Toysmith Kids Prize Pack boys ages 9-12? Share below!

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