Eggdrop September Review + Unboxing

*product was received free for review

Eggdrop is a children’s subscription box that sends a monthly box of six surprise filled eggs. Things included can be Shopkins, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Etc. Subscriptions cost $19.99 a month. 

Check out the unboxy box video

Here’s the Box Breakdown
Well, first thing’s first. The box came in a bag, if you noticed above. The box is little and super cute. Actually, I think it is quite adorable.
Our first glimpse inside the Eggdrop Box
Here is everything that I received in the September Eggdrop Box. For such a tiny box there certainly was a lot in there!

So what is all this stuff?

$4.45
Kids love tiny stuff. Mostly I think because it’s so darn cute but I also think it’s because it fits in their hands. This Shopkins basket had two shopkins in it.
Here is the basket they came in. I don’t want to assume, but I think Barbie is making a claim on this as we speak!
It’s a croissant. A little. Tiny. Croissant. (ADORABLE) I was trying to figure out for a good two minutes until I realized.
And a birthday cake. So much for healthy alternatives I guess!
$5.99
I had never even heard of these little guys before. My son is only two so my grasp is mostly the girly girl realm. This is just a little taste of my future I suppose.
The contents of the Mutant Mania Can
Our completed Mutant. These are made so that you can swap parts of the bodies with other Mutant Wrestlers. 
$8.99
This little stuff is certainly expensive! I didn’t know what was in this as I had never heard of “Mashems” and I was most surprised with what I opened
I was expecting a little toy like the others. However, I pulled this guy out. We all know him, we’ve all been guilty of playing Angry Birds here and there.
He is pretty squishy so of course the kids think he is tip top. 
$3.79
We have Littlest Pet Shop coming out of our ears around here. I have no idea how my girls keep track of all these tiny pieces but somehow they manage to stay on top of it.
The little pet that we received in our mystery pack
The Ugglys Pet Shop
$3.89
These are probably my personal favorite thing that we received in the Eggdrop box. I kind of like the bit of kookiness that they bring to the table.
We received two figures in this canister.
I don’t think that they are ugly at all! In fact I’d venture so say they are kind of cute!
$9.99
We received the Twilight Sparkle Candy Dispenser. Have I ever told you guys how much I enjoy the new My Little Pony series? It’s seriously one of the best shows there is!
The contents of our Radz Candy Dispenser package. 
Like I said we received Twilight Sparkle. She is okay but I’m partial to Pinkie Pie!

So, in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. Eggdrop has a unique niche as far as toy subscription boxes are concerned. I like that about it. I feel like they’ve found a hole in the subscription market and are doing their part to fill it. Every toy in here is one almost any child will enjoy and if your kids are into minis and shopkins this is a perfect way to keep the rotation fresh without retail prices. So the curation of the Eggdrop box is a little kids dream come true! It comes in a teeny little box with a bunch of eggs so presentation is awfully cute and quality is just as it should be. I personally had a lot of fun with this box and if you’ve got little ones I am sure that your family will too.
As far as box economy Eggdrop has a monthly price of $19.99 and we received a total of 
about $36 that’s is pretty awesome if you ask me!

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