Austin Lloyd November 2014 Review + Coupon
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Austin Lloyd is a subscription box for children newborn through age 3. Each month, your child gets 4-5 educational toys and at least 1 book. The toys are bpa and phthalate free and they are unique, high end toys, that you will not find at most stores. You will never get toys with batteries. The toys are also chosen to improve fine motor and cognitive skills. Each box is designed for the play level of the child. Austin Lloyd has a breakdown of child development on their website. You choose the play level that fits best for you child.
The box is $49.99 a month, but you can choose to go every other month too. Austin Lloyd also has a donation feature. Once you are done with the toys, and are ready to get rid of them, Austin Lloyd will send you a prepaid shipping label. You mail the toys back, and they will donate them to their partnering charities.
Cost: 1 Month $49.99
3 Months $ 49.99 per month
6 Months: $44.99 per month
Coupon: Use the coupon subboxmom2014 to save 15% on your subscription.
Play Levels: 0-5 Months
What’s in the box? Each month, or every other month, your child get 4-5 educational toys and at least 1 book. You will get unique, high end toys that are not typically sold in retail chains. All the toys are designed to improve fine and cognitive motor silks. The toys will ever have batteries. The overall value of the box will also be greater than what you pay.
When will I get my box? Subscribe by the end of the month, to get the next month’s box. Boxes ship the 3rd week of the month.
How do I cancel? Email email@example.com to cancel
Austin Lloyd ships in the cutest box. This would make a perfect gift for a child.
First Look: When you first open the box, there is sticker with your child’s name and there is an envelope with all the information cards.
Austin Lloyd has individual cards with the items on each card. Austin Lloyd includes a description about each product and why they selected it. The theme for this month is “Fairy Tales and Make Believe”!
Edushape Rolling Story: $9.95 There are six cubes and each cube has several shapes. You or your child rolls a cube and then uses the picture to start a story. More cubes can be rolled and then story can be expanded. T is 2 1/2 and is a bit behind on speech, so I will probably save this for his birthday.
Here is an example of a block. This block has various animals around it.
Trudi Owl Wizard Puppet -Stregone: $29.99 I love puppets, because they are a great way to help kids use their imagination and I love reading books with puppets. This guy is super cute and very well made.
Janod Knight Arthur Battle Puzzle: $15.99 These 12 piece puzzle is very cute and will be a great Christmas gift.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears $5.99 T loves books and we make it a point to read every day. This book has full color pages and it is super sturdy. T loves to read in the car, so this will go in our car bin.
A Peek Inside
Final Thought: This box has a total value of $61.29! This costs $49.99 and this box was filled with fun, and unique items. I love that Austin Lloyd sends items I would never find by myself. The biggest reason I started subscribing and stay a subscriber, is the quality of the toys they send. I save items back throughout the year and give them at Christmas and Birthdays. Austin Lloyd is one of the best boxes out there for kids 0-3. If you want to subscribe, use the coupon subboxmom2014 to save 15% on your subscription.
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