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Calendar December 20, 2015 12/20/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Retro Pop Box 1970s Review + Coupon Code

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Retro Pop Box 1970s Review

Retro Pop Box 1970s Review

Retro Pop Box sends boxes from the 60's, 70's and 80's to your door every month.  When you sign up, you will get the decade that you prefer. Boxes are $20.00/month and filled with 4-7 pop culture collectibles.  Each box has a total value of over $45.00 and contains items from popular movies, music, toys and more.  I received the 1970's box for review.

The Details:

Cost: $20.00/month, $57.00/3 months, $108.00/6 months, $200.00/12 months.

Coupon: Use this link and the code RETRO1 to save 10% at checkout.

What's in the box? Each box contains 4-7 pop culture items from themes like music, movies, toys and more.


Everything shipped in a 1970s themed box.


First Look


The information card has a list of everything in the box.

Miser vs Miser Exclusive T-Shirt

Miser vs Miser Exclusive T-Shirt: This shirt is in the style of Rockem Sockem robots and has Mister Hundred-and-one vs Mister Ten Below.

Disco Ball Keychain

Disco Ball Keychain You can't think of the 70s without thinking of a disco ball.  My discoball was a bit scuffed up, but this is a very practical way to include a disco ball.

Kitsch on the Rocks Coasters

Kitsch on the Rocks Coasters  As an ode to the cocktail parties in the 70s.  There was a coaster for a screaming orgasm, margarita, pink pussycat. and sex on the beach.

DC Comics Villains Magnets

DC Comics Villains Magnets This is a set of four famous DC Comics villains: Cat Woman, Two Face, Joker and Harley Quinn.

Ode to Role Play

Ode to Role Play: This is a fun role playing game using a d20.   You hang this on your door and the person has to roll the die to enter.


This is a look on the back of the door hanger, you can see all the possible options.


Final Thought:  This is a fun subscription and I enjoyed this box, maybe not as much as the 1960s review last month thought.  The role playing game was one of my favorites, in addition to the shirt.  I am looking forward to checking out the 1980 box, since that is the decade I grew up in.  This box would make a fun gift to someone.  If you want to try Retro Pop Box, use this link with the code RETRO1 to save 10% at checkout.

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