October 2014 Googaro Review (2-3 Year-Old Boy) + Coupon Code 4


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Googaro
Cost: $35/month
Ships To: United States and APO/Military addresses.
Coupon Code: Use code “HALLOWEEN” to get 15% off your entire order!
October 2014 Googaro

October 2014 Googaro

Googaro, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a monthly subscription box for babies 0-3 years of age.  Each month Googaro sends selects mom-approved items for you and your baby straight to your door. You’ll receive some of their favorite finds including toys, books, snacks, and household products.

October 2014 Googaro

The Box

Googaro ships via DHL Global Mail and took just over a week to a arrive to me.

October 2014 Googaro

First Look

Somehow I hadn’t seen any spoilers for this box.  I tried looking for some, but couldn’t find anything on the October box!

October 2014 Googaro

The Information Card

The October 2014 Googaro (for a 2 – 3 year-old boy) included the following items:

~O.R.E. Snack Containers ($7.95): These are awesome.  I have to pack two snacks for L for school everyday and I try my hardest to use containers like this instead of plastic bags.  I also couldn’t be happier with the pattern we received. I think there were a few variations and all of them were cute, but I love that this works for both L and WB!

October 2014 Googaro

O.R.E. Snack Containers

~Boon TRAP Bath Appliques ($10.99): We have a few sets of these, but they always get played with in the bathtub.  Both boys love them and they stick perfectly.  And I love them because they don’t collect mold like so many bath toys do.

October 2014 Googaro

Boon TRAP Bath Appliques

~Petit Collage Safari Babies Puzzle ($14): WB couldn’t get this out of the box fast enough yesterday.  I am lucky I even got a picture of it.  He grabbed it away and he started working  on it (with L’s assistance right away).  We have one of two of other variations of this, but not the “Pets” one, so it worked out perfect.

October 2014 Googaro

Petit Collage Safari Babies Puzzle

~Tom’s of Maine Fluoride-Free Toothpaste ($3.99): This is probably my favorite item in the box. Seriously! WB is super into brushing his teeth (he’s not super into letting me help him though), so we go through a ton of toothpaste. This stuff is fluoride-free, so it won’t matter if he ends up eating it (which he will)!

October 2014 Googaro

Tom’s of Maine Fluoride-Free Toothpaste

~Cherry Chocolate Bumble Bar ($1.99): So good. I am going to have to get some more of these because this was delicious!

October 2014 Googaro

Cherry Chocolate Bumble Bar

All totaled I came up with a value of $38.92 for the October 2014 Googaro box! I liked the variation in this one and I love that we will use every single item in here.  I thought everything was well curated for WB’s age (he’ll be two and a half tomorrow) as well.

If you are interested in learning more or signing up, click here.  Googaro starts at $35/month and now through the end of the month you can use the coupon code “HALLOWEEN” to save 15% off your entire order!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

About Jennifer

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 Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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4 thoughts on “October 2014 Googaro Review (2-3 Year-Old Boy) + Coupon Code

  • Amanda

    I have been really been living your reviews on these boxes. I’m in the middle of a six month subscription to citrus lane, but their boxes always feel like they are missing something and since care.com has taken over. I used to get $10 codes all the time and would order something free to add to the box but they hardly ever do those now. Do you like googaroo or citrus lane better? My son is 25 months and then I have a six year old who usually plays with the items too 🙂 love your blog 🙂

    • Jill

      I completely agree that Citrus Lane seems to have fewer items now that they’ve been taken over by care.com. They always seem disappointing (and I’m also in the middle of a 6-month sub). I’d actually recommend Bluum–they seem to have a good value, and usually include a book or two, which is nice. They also seem more tailored to my daughter’s exact age (41 months), rather than Googaro, which just does, say, 2-3 years. Googaro seems nice, but was a little young for my daughter, so I canceled after my 3-month sub ended.

    • Jennifer Post author

      You can get way better deals on Citrus Lane. I’ve seen annual subscriptions which work out to less than $15/month! But you do get more items with Googaro I think.

  • Genevieve

    I received the same box for my 2 year old daughter and loved everything but the bath toys. I’ve gotten to other boxes already so I’m going to put them in the “gift” box. I have to agree about Citrus Lane. They seem to have done away with the mommy item in their boxes but didn’t replace it. I have one box left in each subscription then I’m going to try out Bluum for a while.