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Awesome Pack is a monthly customized pack featuring hours of awesome activities! Each Awesome Pack is customized to your family’s specifics like family members ages, likes dislikes, games you already have, etc. You can opt for the “Awesome Family Pack” or the “Big Kid Mode”. The Awesome Family Pack is for a family that includes adults and children 15 and younger and is geared more towards fun games and activities that the whole family can do together. The Big Kid Mode is geared more for adults (or families with older children 12 plus) and is more about Awesome higher quality games and activities. We received the Awesome Family Pack for review.
Awesome Pack ships via USPS during the last two weeks of the month.
I love seeing what Awesome Pack is going to send!
The May 2016 Awesome Pack included the following items:
~Coraxis & Co. ($29.57): Awesome Pack typically sends games that I not only don’t already have, but that I have never even heard of. This game is no exception. We haven’t played it yet (I think my 4 year-old is still a little young for it), but it looks fun enough!
~Harry Pottery and the Chamber of Secrets ($5.65): This is a short (very short) version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and it glows in the dark. You can’t read it and see it glow-in-the dark at the same time, but once you’re done reading it’s fun to turn off the lights and see the artwork glow.
~MimiQ ($4.98): OMG this is hysterical. The point of the game is to “Get the other players’ cards by “MimiQ-ing” different facial expressions to gather the most sets of 3 identical cards to win the game!”. W (my 4 year-old) is the best at making emoji faces, so he’s going to win this for sure.
~Thomas & Friends Minis ($3.99): We were so excited to see this in here! We have some Thomas the Train minis and really you can never have enough.
~DC Comics Original Minis ($3.37): I am not 100% sure who this guy is, but L happily took him in his room to display with all of his other superhero guys.
~Chuck & Friends Jumbo Coloring & Activity Book ($1.99): I wish my boys liked to color as much as I do (and did when I was their ages), but maybe it’s something they will come to love?
~Reiner Knzia Friday the 13th ($9.99): There is a lot going on in this game and I am not even sure where to begin. It’s meant for ages 8+, but I think it’s more of a teen / adult game.
~Activity Book: All Awesome Pack‘s include an activity book with puzzles, a journal to write about all the fun you have been having and additional activities to do.
All totaled my May 2016 Awesome Pack had a value of $59.54! They send such unique items that you (probably) don’t know about, which I love.
What do you think of Awesome Pack? If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, head on over to their site and use coupon code “ROASMISAWESOME” to save $5 off your first pack!
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I’d like to add a warning to any new customers who are thinking about purchasing this box: This company is no longer running. The customer service has not replied to me inquiries, their Facebook page hasn’t been updated, and boxes have stopped. I purchased a two month subscription for family and they recieved the first box fine (in December) but since then there have been no communications or updates and the second box (set for January) is still “pending” and has yet to arrive. I’ve sent multiple e-mails to them and their Facebook and have yet to hear a reply. I was charged for two months and I have little hope that the money will be returned to me. So in an effort to help other people not lose their money, I wanted to post an updated review (which wasn’t paid for – most of the good reviews you see are from people that were either paid or gifted boxes, no people with real, active subscriptions). So again, I cannot warn enough again this company.