KidPik – Affordable Subscription Boxes for Kids!
This offer is Valid 3/22 & 3/31 with promo code KPA40. This is one of the best offers we have seen on the KidPik Subscription boxes, and is a super deal!Check it out here!
KidPik Kids Subscription Box Review ::
I have two girls, one loves to shop in the mall and the other one does not. She would rather be outside playing, and shopping feels like a chore to her. So, when we heard about the subscription boxes for kids, called KidPik, she really wanted to try it out. It is a fun ordering process, as you go online and set up a brief profile for your child. I had my daughter fill out the questions about what things she liked to wear, and it took maybe 5 minutes. Then you let them know how often you want to receive the box, and its that simple. The hard part is waiting for it to arrive. If your kids are anything like mine they ask every day if their box has come yet!
This kiddo loves comfortable clothes, and selected items in the profile process that reflected that, and her box came with this lightweight shirt, exercise pants and more. The outfit at the top is one of her favorites.
When it finally came she could not wait to open it up. It was like Christmas in the summer.
One of the first things that jumped out at her, was the personalization. She loved that it came addressed specifically to her.
And right at the top of the box was a special treat. They know kids at Kidpik, as it was a squishy. My kids love squishys!
The items in this box (minus the shoes) averaged $10 if we kept all the items (the shoes were $25, so still very reasonably priced for shoes). You get a 30% off discount if you keep the full box. But even if we decided not too, it was still only around $15 per item, and that is a good price for clothes for the kids at my girls age. There are a number of options you can select from, in terms of how often you want to get the boxes. We signed up for 4 times a year. That is enough to update the wardrobe seasonally, and then I can still take them out time to time to shop in the store. To keep the full box this time it was $85 (for pants, shorts, two shirts, shoes, a jacket and headband). I thought that was a pretty reasonable price, especially considering it included shoes and a light jacket. At the age my girls are, they like to spend more then that in-store for that many items, so I find that taking them out of the element of having so many options – and let someone else do the style selections for them – saves me money. Plus, the love the anticipation of waiting for the box to come in the mail.
PLUS, you can take $20 off your first box when you keep $40 or more with code PIK18 + an additional 30% off when you keep the entire box + Free shipping! This is super savings (for example I would have only paid $65 for all of the items I listed above with this offer – your price will vary some depending on what is in your box). This offer is good through 10/31.
The box comes with a bag that has a prepaid for shipping label on it, so you can easily ship back anything you do not want to keep. It is so simple (much easier then taking clothes back to the store)! Here is an example of what this would look like if you had items you wanted to send back. You only pay for what you choose too keep.
My daughter is looking forward to the next box to arrive, and see what she has in that one. If you have kids who would be interested in trying out Kidpik, you can sign them up here,
Disclosure: Kidpik sent us a box to review so we could share the service with you. All opinions are 100% my own.