It’s that time again – time to take a look at another new Disney subscription box! I’ve been hearing from some readers who are disappointed that some of the Disney subscription boxes available are out of their price range – many of them are $40+ and people felt they weren’t worth the money. That’s why I’m excited to share the Disney Mystery Box with you. It’s $30 per month including Disney and at least from the boxes I’ve seen, seems like you get your money’s worth!
One of the nice things about this subscription box is the fact that you can customize it a little bit. You specify which age range you want the box for (0-8, 9-15, or 16+), and whether you want a box geared towards males, females, or both. Boxes are shipped on the first of the month. Each box contains 3-6 items.
My box arrived quickly and I was very excited to open it! The first thing I pulled out was this adorable Disney lanyard. I believe it’s handmade. This one had lots of different Disney characters on it, including Mickey and Minnie. It’s a nice, sturdy lanyard, and would be perfect for pin trading around the parks, or keeping your keys on while at home.
If you know me you must know that I was very excited to see two Beauty and the Beast items in this box! The first was a pair of earrings. They have the Enchanted Rose in a stained glass style. I absolutely love these – the stained glass Beauty and the Beast stuff is some of my favorites. Unfortunately I can’t wear earrings due to allergies, but that’s what happens with mystery boxes! Regardless they will make a great gift for another Beauty and the Beast loving friend. There was also a Disneyland 60th anniversary pin with Belle and Beast. You might remember that I was at the Disneyland 60th celebration last September, so this pin will be perfect in my collection! I know these specialty pins aren’t cheap either, so I thought this was a really cool bonus.
Edible items are always a win with me, especially Disney ones! They always feel even more nostalgic to me because eating them really makes me think about being there, moreso than souvenirs. And you can’t go wrong with Goofy’s Candy Co.! I have a feeling these sour cherry balls will disappear quickly in my house.
Finally, there were two fun little items from Disneyland. One was an “I’m Celebrating” button – I’m excited to get one of these because I know they are soon replacing them with new designs, so having some of the old ones will be a nice addition to my collection. And then there was something I actually hadn’t seen before – a copy of The Buena Vista Bugle. It’s a mini newspaper with articles on Disneyland and events coming up. It was really neat, and another good way to feel connected to the theme park even when you’re not there.
All in all I was really pleased with the Disney Mystery Box! It had a nice variety of items, all of which I genuinely liked, and it seems perfectly priced. I would highly recommend you check this one out if you’re looking for a little bit of Disney magic in your mailbox!
What’s your favorite thing in this box?