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Cyber Monday MissionCute Box Unboxing
I splurged on Cyber Monday by buying the special edition MissionCute Cyber Monday box. The box cost $15 and promised over $70 in value. Did it satisfy its promise?
The first item I pulled out of the box was a MissionCute brand mint cable knitted headband. I think this headband is cute and I’m planning to wear it when I travel to a colder climate for the holidays this month. I try it in the video if you’re interested in seeing how it looks when worn. The headband has an estimated value of $18.
The second item was a set of Eccolo brand “thank you” notes. I was happy to see these, because they’re perfect for the holiday season! Thank you notes are always good to send after receiving presents. If you’re not big into presents, they’re also good for other occasions like following up on job interviews. This pack of 14 cards with 14 matching envelopes sells for $5.
The third item was a MissionCute brand gold bar and circle necklace. I’ve seen this type of necklace before, but I don’t actually own one. I wear necklaces often, so I’ll probably get some use out of this. The necklace typically sells for $22, although it’s currently on sale for $14 in the MissionCute shop if you want to pick one up.
The fourth item was a bracelet from MudLOVE that reads “Grace”. The bracelet promises to provide a week of clean water for a person in need, which made me happy to learn. I also appreciate the bracelet’s high-quality sculpting and teal color. MudLOVE sells these types of bracelets with a variety of words and phrases for $8 each.
The fifth item was a pair of pyrite stud earrings from Adam Rabbit. These earrings look super cool and make me a bit sad that I don’t have pierced ears - I’d love to wear them! I’m sure whomever I give them to will appreciate them, though. This earring set sells for $20 a pair.
The sixth item was a masking sticker set. I wasn’t sure what these did at first, so I looked them up. The most common use I could find for them was to mask the edges of polaroids to make them more visually appealing. I recently acquired a Fujifilm Mini Instax, so I’ll probably use these stickers on some of my pictures. These sets typically sell for $7.
The seventh and final item was a Mint Sullivan Cosmetic Bag from Wholesale Boutique. These types of bags are meant to be customized, but this one was not. That’s fine with me; I wouldn’t expect MissionCute to know how to best personalize it for me anyway. If you’re into embroidery, you can customize it yourself. I’m not, so I’ll use it as a regular cosmetic bag. These bags cost about $10 each.
All in all, the MissionCute Cyber Monday box included seven items worth $90, much higher than the promised $70 value. At a cost of $15, I’d call that a score! Not only do the items have a high cumulative value, but they’re also relevant to my interests; I’m pretty sure I can find a use for each of them. The headband, thank you notes, and gold bar & circle necklace are my favorites of the bunch.
This box was a special deal for Cyber Monday, so it’s no longer available. However, if you like the items the box contained, you can expect to receive similar items with a regular MissionCute subscription. Even better, 50% of the proceeds from your regular subscription will go to charity. If you want to give it a try, you can use the code “MERRYMC10” to save $10 on any subscription.