November Austin Lloyd Box Review – 19-24 Month-Old Play Level + Coupon Code

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November Austin Lloyd
November Austin Lloyd

Austin Lloyd, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a subscription box of educational toys for children under 3. They aim to take the guess work out of choosing toys that your child will enjoy, while also gaining skills that aide in their overall development. Each box contains 4-5 educational toys and typically at least one book.

November Austin Lloyd
The Box

Austin Lloyd ships via USPS Priority Mail and it arrived in the promised two days.  I had kind of been stalking this box because I’d been hearing nothing but great things about Austin Lloyd and I wanted to check it out for myself.

November Austin Lloyd
First Look

Austin Lloyd boxes are personalized (this one was for WB obviously) and I was blown away by the presentation.  When I opened the box I found an envelope with the information cards in it (that’s labeled 19-24 months) and basically found a present inside.  A piece of white cardboard covers the contents and it’s all tied with a bow.  If you were thinking of giving this as a gift, you’d need to do nothing!

November Austin Lloyd
The Play Level Card

The box included a general information card about the Play Level (you can read more about them here) of the box which gives some general information on how your child is playing at this age.  I was cracking up because it says that after your child does something special, they will sometimes pause and wait for applause.  WB totally does this and sometimes doesn’t even wait for us to clap, he just claps for himself which always cracks me up.

November Austin Lloyd
The Product Information Cards

The Austin Lloyd box also included individual information cards which give information about the products, as well as, ideas and tips on how to play with them, what benefit they provide, etc. I should also mention that the theme for November was “Thanksgiving: a time for great, food, family and travel”.  It included the following:

~Hape Little Ship ($9.99): This is adorable.  Austin Lloyd suggests using it as the Mayflower when you are discussing Thanksgiving with your little one.  They also suggest being descriptive when you talking about the motion of the ship.  Instead of “look at the ship move”, it’s “look how fast (or slow) the ship is moving”.  Totally something I need to work on.

November Austin Lloyd
Hape Little Ship

~Haba Ring a Thing Game ($25.99): I love the idea of using this game as a way to entertain your little one during a family gathering.  Sometimes all those people can be overwhelming and I think having a little game just for your child is brilliant!  I am saving this one for WB for just that.

November Austin Lloyd
Haba Ring a Thing Game

~The First Thanksgiving ($5.39): WB and I read this before bedtime tonight and he is now obsessed with it.  So much so that he wouldn’t let me put him in his crib without this book.  So you guessed it, he’s sleeping with this book and his trains tonight ;).  I think he turned on his little aquarium after I left the room (I could hear the music) and did a little more reading.

November Austin Lloyd
The First Thanksgiving

~Plan Toys Fruit and Veggie Play Set ($23):  We have a few of these, but not all of them and both boys actually think they are cool.  I am saving these for Christmas for WB, but I totally wanted to open them right away and play with them.  I love Plan Toys stuff!

Austin Lloyd
Plan Toys Fruit and Veggie Play Set

All totaled I came up with a value of $64.37 for the November Austin Lloyd box for a 19-24 month old.  I LOVED this box and thought, in addition to being a great value, that it was perfectly curated to WB’s age.  Subscriptions are $49.99/month and decrease to $44.99/month if a 6-month subscription is purchased.  You can also opt to receive boxes every other month if you prefer.

WB and his Austin Lloyd Box
WB and his Austin Lloyd Box

What do you think of Austin Lloyd?  Do you think your little one would love it?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here.  You can use the coupon code “NOVFUN123” to save 10% off your entire subscription!

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Lauren

    That looks like a great box! That Thanksgiving book is too cute!

    1. Jennifer

      It was the exact story of Thanksgiving L must have heard at school. He almost knew the book word for word.

  2. Tara M

    Such a cute box! I just had to order that ring a thing game for my two year old!

    1. Jennifer

      It’s so cute!!!

  3. Margaret

    Very cute box! I may have to consider this – but it’s a little pricey compared to other children’s boxes. Decisions!

    BTW – did you sign up and receive the USPS free box of joy?

    1. Jennifer

      Yes!! I got a shipping notification this morning. I am so excited to get it!

  4. Stephanie

    This box reminds me of Little Pnuts, which we get and LOVE! Little Pnuts is a quarterly subscription. Check them out.

    1. Jennifer

      I have looked into them, but just haven’t went for it yet. It’s $75/quarter right? How many toys do you usually get?

      1. Stephanie

        You pay $25/mo. but the boxes come quarterly. Or, you can pay for a year and it brings the cost down to $20/mo. You get 4 or 5 high quality, age appropriate toys/games in each box. We’ve gotten 2 of our boxes so far and they’ve been great.

        1. Jennifer

          I should try it!

  5. Amber

    I just signed up. Never heard of them before your review. Did the monthly plan and used your coupon, which saved me $5 off the first month only. Hopefully the boxes will continue to be as great as this one was.

    1. Jennifer

      What age did you get? I can’t wait to see what they do next month!

      1. Amber

        19-24…Now I’m just wondering if they automatically move you into the next age group as your child gets older.

        1. Jennifer

          I feel like I read somewhere that they do??

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