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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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citrus lane

Have you ever used Citrus Lane? Citrus Lane is a fun subscription service that delivers a box full of surprises to your little one every month. It’s age specific and the box could include toys, books, yummy goodies and more. It’s different every month, so this subscription could make for a very fun day for your child.

Plus, right now (and for new customers only), you can use code SAVING20 to get $20 off your first box! This brings the price of the box down to $9 with FREE shipping!

Here’s How it Works:

1. Head to the Citrus Lane website and click “Get a Box”.
2. Choose the monthly subscription.
3. Enter your child’s birthday so he/she can receive age-appropriate surprises.
4. Enter the coupon code at checkout.

We’ve received a box and we loved the products inside. Plus, if you went to a store to purchase these fun and trendy items, it would be way more than $9. My favorite item included was a Melissa & Doug Puzzle! I’m a huge fan and can’t wait to get more boxes.

citrus lane

Keep in mind this is a monthly subscription service. After your first box, you are under no obligation to continue.

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    • Wendy

      I got a promo box last year for my 2.5 year old that was decent: very nice large beeswax crayons and a colorful note pad (Faber Castell), a nice sandwich stacking toy (Green Toys), a lunch bag (don’t remember brand), and an organic snack. I got one for my 8-month old last month and was horribly disappointed: a baby food pouch, a mini kit with a few wipes and baby supplies in it, a wooden book (Hape), and black and white art cards (Wee Gallery). The book and art cards are cute but not appropriate for my baby’s age and the total value of the box was definitely not worth the regular $25 price. I was bummed to have just paid $9 for it.

    • Wendy

      I got a promo box last year for my 2.5 year old that was decent: very nice large beeswax crayons and a colorful note pad (Faber Castell), a nice sandwich stacking toy (Green Toys), a lunch bag (don’t remember brand), and an organic snack. I got one for my 8-month old last month and was horribly disappointed: a baby food pouch, a mini kit with a few wipes and baby supplies in it, a wooden book (Hape), and black and white art cards (Wee Gallery). The book and art cards are cute but not appropriate for my baby’s age and the total value of the box was definitely not worth the regular $25 price. I was bummed to have just paid $9 for it.

    • Clare

      I got the March box for my 4yr old at this price. It was OK. It’s good quality stuff but largely duplicates of things we already have and really don’t need another: toy car, matching game, first aid kit. There was also a sticker book which looks cute. Yes, monetary value is worth more than $25 but you just may not really use all of it. OK at $9 but I wasn’t thrilled.