Fred’s Box Kids Subscription Box Review

If you are looking for a kids subscription box in the UK for kids aged 3 - 12 look no further than Fred's Box #subscriptionbox #kids
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Fred”s Box is a new kids subscription box aimed at children aged between 3 and 12 years old and is the brain child of Fred a 7 year old boy. The subscription box market has boomed in the last few years and has now reached the UK. There are a number of adult subscription boxes but very few fun kids subscription boxes available, until now. Β This is no ordinary 7 year old boy, he is my son, so to clarify Fred of Fred’s Box is Freddie my beautiful 7 year old boy. He created this box (obviously with a bit of help from me!) in 2017 as he was upset nothing exciting came through the post for him! So each month like every other child he receives his own box sent directly to him for him to open.

Freddie and his friends help massively with the stock we include each month and as such Fred’s Box are confident that each box will be a massive hit. Each box is different and is catered for each individual child, so if your little girl loves superheroes and Princesses let us know and we will accommodate.

Fred's Box (Kids UK Subscription Box)

Each month a mystery box is delivered to your door, but every month there is always a reading book, a pack of trading cards, an Ooshie, a Fred’s Box pencil plus between 3 and 5 mystery gifts. Freddie has always enjoyed reading so this is absolutely perfect for him, a mix of books and toys is great.

Fred's Box Reading Book

The trading cards are also a massive hit. He has now collected all but 1 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja cards and has somehow managed to memorise them all (he knows the character just by me telling him their strength!!!).

In this months mystery box Freddie received his box pictured below. It was absolutely full of everything he loves. Freddie’s bedroom is a Star Wars theme so anything to do with this film is always a hit. The Top Trumps were his favourite this month though and he is very close to memorising all of the powers in this pack too! (It will be a great trick if he can do this in exams as well!!). He has started reading the Zac Power book which he is looking forward to reading again at bedtime tonight. It is hard to find books that he doesn’t already have but Fred”s Box are aware of this and have made sure they do not send the same books he already has. Now of course this is easy as we are Fred’s Box, but like I said earlier, if you have any request please let us know. We have thousands of different books, so if your child doesn’t like Rainbow Magic or has read all of the Biff and Chip books that is no problem we can advise you of what books we have in stock and you can chose.Fred's Box Subscription Box

In terms of price Fred’s Box are only Β£11.99 per month for one child or Β£20.99 for two children so for the quantity in the box they are excellent value for money. If you order a monthly subscription though you will receive 10% off your first box and a free gift. This can be cancelled at any time with no questions asked.

Fred's Box Kids Subscription Box

These boxes can be purchased monthly or as a one off treat so great for Birthdays or Christmas presents.

Competition

We are giving away a 1 months subscription to Fred’s Box, the competition closes on 26th May and is only for UK entrants only. Please enter via Gleam below

 

Fred’s Box Kids Subscription Box

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47 Comments

  1. Love that it has been created by yourself and your son, congrats on your venture, it sounds fantastic

  2. wow I have never heard of anything like this, what an absolutely brilliant idea! Thank you for linking up with us for #ablogginggoodtime

  3. My daughter would absolutely love this! She loves reading, and having researched them a little, all the lovely bits and pieces inside are perfect for her! She is not your atypical girly girl, instead loving all things Marvel, DC, Tops Trumps etc…

  4. My daughter gets a beauty subscription box so I’m sure my granddaughter would love to get a monthly box too.

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