bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review – 38 Month-Old + Coupon Code

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Cost: $29/month
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Coupon Code: SAVEMEHALF to save 50% off your first box (new customers only).
bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
bluum February 2015

Our February 2015 bluum box arrived yesterday.  bluum is another box I am never sure what to expect from so I am always really excited to open it up.

If you aren’t familiar, bluum, is a monthly box of goodies for moms and babies.  Products are hand selected based on your child’s age (from pregnancy to preschool), gender and developmental stage.

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
The Box

bluum ships via FedEx Smart Post and generally takes about a week to arrive.  I generally plan on receiving it during the second half of the month.  Sometimes it comes before Citrus Lane, sometimes after.

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
First Look

I loved this first look!  I mean, I couldn’t see too much, but I liked what I saw.

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
The Information Card

The card included in the bluum box doesn’t include product information. Rather, that information is sent to you in a e-mail on the day that you receive your box (although I haven’t gotten anything on this one yet).  WB’s February 2015 bluum box was for a 38 month-old (*) and included the following items:

~Creativity for Kids Animal Mania Mazes ($6.99): Creativity for Kids has a great product line and we’ll so use this maze book.  I am going to stash it away for the next snow / cold day (which may actually end up being later on this week).  I think it’s something both WB and L will enjoy.

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
Creativity for Kids Animal Mania Mazes

~Peaceable Kingdom Make A Veggie Rockband ($6.99): Now these I just do not understand.  They are stickers to decorate your vegetables.  Hmm.  I can see maybe decorating a pumpkin or even say apples with stickers, but not like tomatoes or anything.  We’ll see about this.  They are unique that’s for sure.

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
Peaceable Kingdom Make A Veggie Rockband

~My Sticker Vacation Book ($8.64): I have no idea when / where our next vacation is going to be, but I for sure bring this along. It’s got activities both boys will enjoy and some we can all do together!

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
My Sticker Vacation Book

~Goodbyn Snacks ($1.25) & Sticker Sheet ($2): I couldn’t believe when I looked up the price for the Goodbyn container online and saw that it was on sale for $1.25!  That’s amazing.  I love these and use them for L’s snacks for school all the time.  The lids stay on perfect (as long as you get them snapped on correctly) and you can use the stickers to personalized your containers.  Love!

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
Goodbyn Snacks & Sticker Sheet

~Goodkid Bars ($2): WB isn’t the best eater on the planet (that’s a giant understatement), but he likes bars like these.  This is a new brand to me, but he seemed to like the lemon blueberry one we tried, so it’s a win!

bluum February 2015 Subscription Box Review
Goodkid Bars

All totaled I came up with a value of $27.87 for the February 2015 bluum box.  It’s less than the cost of the box (if you do a month-to-month subscription), but in all fairness to bluum, I did use sale prices and didn’t include any shipping in my price calculations (I never do).  I was really happy with this box.  I feel like all the brands in it were fabulous and it works for both WB and for L!

Did you get bluum this month?  What was in it and what’d you think?   If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here.  And if you are a new customer, you can use the code “SAVEMEHALF” to save half off your first box, making it only $14.50.


(*) It’s a long story, but we used to get bluum ages ago when they just did those smaller sample sized boxes for 0-12 month olds. When WB was about 9 months, bluum launched their current box for ages 1+ and was still doing the sample boxes for babies 0-12 months old. I wanted to check out the new, bigger boxes for WB, so I aged him up a few months so he was 1. And he’s still aged up!
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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!

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  1. Genevieve

    I just bought a year subscription for E with their last promo and it came out to $17 or 18 a month but I wasn’t wowed with her first box. We received two books which were great and two puzzles that she already has from Melissa and Doug that will just be saved for the next birthday party we go too. And there was a dolphin whistle bath tub toy you fill up with water and it makes different whistles. Not a bad box but I felt like it was too young, will probably have to age her up (27 months right now) to 32 months.Any thoughts on how they age and choose options for the kids?

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