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EggDrop is a new subscription box for kids who love Shopkins™, Kinder™ eggs, blind bags, blind boxes or any other type of surprise toy. Each box will contain six mystery bags / eggs filled with surprise toys.
EggDrop ships via USPS and takes just a few days to arrive.
EggDrop doesn’t include an information card, but there really isn’t much to explain about a box like this. Here is what the December box included:
~Star Wars 2 Pack Puzzle Eraseez: These were W’s (my 3 year-old) favorite item in the box. They have detachable arms (and weapons) and you can remove them from the stand if you want. W loaned them to L to display on his desk, but he’s always playing with them when he’s in there.
~Dinosaur Puzzle Egg:We received one of these in the past, but I can’t recall if it was from EggDrop or not? Either way they are a big hit around here. I don’t get it really, but the kids love them. They always seem surprised that it turns into back a dinosaur after it’s all folded up.
~Shopkins Radz Candy + Dispenser: I still don’t “get” Shopkins, but I am certain I would have loved them when I was younger. They aren’t something my boys are into, but they do like candy ;).
~Nightmare Before Christmas Dog Tag & Stickers: We actually just watched this movie before this box arrived so the timing was great! I believe L has this up in his room on display somewhere right now.
~Hello Kitty World Adventure Collectibles: We actually received this in the November (?) EggDrop box as well. If I had girls who were into Hello Kitty I wouldn’t mind the repeat, but I would have preferred a different item. That’s just me though.
I couldn’t find all of the items online so I wasn’t able to do a cost breakdown on this box. However, if you purchase blind packs like these you know they aren’t cheap! In the EggDrop boxes I have calculated values on, it is worth it cost wise. And the kids love it.