Walt Life Subscription Box

First I’d like to say that this post is not sponsored in any way. I did NOT receive these items for free and all thoughts are my own.

Walt Life.com

If you’ve never heard of this company, now is the time you did. Walt Life is a subscription service that delivers a box full of Disney goodies to your home each month.

Each box is customized, so you know that everything you receive was put together, just for you.

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What sets this Subscription apart from the rest of them?

I have checked out other Subscriptions, but what I think sets this company apart starts with the prices. While you get amazing products, some of these Subscriptions cost upwards of $200. Yikes!

Not with Walt Life. The most expensive box you see with them is under $100. In fact, the pin Subscriptions can be started for as little as $8. Obviously, the more you’re willing to pay, the more you get in your box.

What did I receive in my Walt Life Box?

Special delivery!

I love when I open my mail box and see that my box has come! I chose the Disney Plus Box, which offers 1 Disney Parks item, plus 4 mystery items.


I love how everything is kept a mystery. Things like to present themselves as you go through the confetti.

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2017 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Pin

The first thing you could see when you opened up the box was the silver foil wrapper sitting there on top.

I couldn’t wait to rip it open and see what I got!

This was my official Disney Parks item. And as someone who loves the Disney Pins, I was happy to see this one. It is definitely a new pin for me and one that is not going to get traded this next trip.


Item 2

Pop! (Captain) Jack Sparrow

The second item I uncovered was Captain Jack Sparrow. How cute is he? I love the Pirate of the Caribbean movies, so this matches me perfectly. He went right on the shelf with a few other Pop! dolls I have.


Item 3

Sleepy Dumbo Tsum Tsum

As soon as my son saw this item, he was so excited. Dumbo is one of his favorite Disney Characters. And although he already has a Disney Tsum Tsum, he doesn’t have one that is sleeping, so of course he asked if he could have this one.

On the bed Dumbo went with the other 2 million Tsum Tsum and Stuffed Animals he has on there. I’m surprised there’s room left for him.


Item 4

Minnie Mouse Mug

I was so excited when I saw this mug. It’s big and it’s beautiful. What else could you ask for in a mug? I can see lots of cups of coffee and hot chocolate being made in this thing. Love it!


Item 5

Post Cards

Most people wouldn’t know this about me, but I love post cards. I don’t send them out, but I keep them to remember places I’ve been or just because I think it’s cool. And since I love Disney, these are perfect.


Bonus Item

Mickey Mouse Trading Pin

Remember when I said I love Disney Pins? Yup, I love Disney Pins. I love the colors of it (or lack of colors?) Whichever way you look at it, I still love it. I don’t see myself trading away this one, either. Definitely a keeper!

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How did I get the bonus item?

Walt Life also has an app! You can play a couple games to win prizes! My prize was a Disney Trading Pin! Thank you, Walt Life!



If the Subscription boxes, and the app isn’t enough, you can also earn a trip to Walt Disney World from Walt Life.

Nope…you did not read that wrong.

If you collect all 8 Walt Life coins, you win a trip for 2 to Walt Disney World! Didn’t collect all 8? You can also win a Tsum Tsum or a Mini Bean Bag Plush for completing the word “Walt” or “Life”.

So, what do you say. Are you ready for your own subscription? Use the coupon code WaltLife to save on your first box!

WaltLife.com - It's a way of life!

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