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Calendar December 1, 2015 12/01/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Retro Pop Box Review – Coupon Code

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Retro Pop Box Review

Retro Pop Box 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.

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.


I loved how the box was themed to the decade.


First Look


Not all boxes come with shirts, but this month did.


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

Exclusive Radio T-Shirt

Exclusive Radio T-Shirt: This t-shirt represents the age of radio, when everyone gathered to listen to a show, rather than watch it.


Star Trek: The Original Series Luggage Tag:  I didn't grow up in the 60's but I remember watching the original Star Trek every Sunday.  Captain T. Kirk was/is my favorite character, so I am going to put this on one of my suitcases.


“Have a Nice Day” iron-on patch:  The 60's was time when the smiley face became popular.  I guess this is the first emoji.

Classic Buttons (2) There was a Retro Pop Box pin and a record/turntable pin, which my children know nothing about.

Mr. Sketch Scented markers (2)

Mr. Sketch Scented markers (2)  I had these in the 80's and they were fun to smell.  I haven't really seen them in recent years, but I imagine that's due to the rise of huffing.  These are fun to smell, just don't go nuts smelling them.

Bendy Batman Bendable Action Figure

Bendy Batman Bendable Action Figure: Bam!  Kapow!  The 1960's Batman was the best batman to date.


Final Thought:  This was a great box and even though I didn't grow up in the 1960's, I understood every one of the 60's references.  The batman figure and the luggage tag were my favorite items in the box.  This would make a fantastic gift for someone, even yourself.  I would love to see what is in the 80's boxes.  If you want to try Retro Pop Box, use this link with the code RETRO1 to save 10% at checkout.

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This entry was posted in Hobby Subscriptions, Retro Pop Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom

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