Want to dress your fashion forward tots without any hassle or breaking the bank? Now you can score the stylish KIDBOX subscription boxes at Walmart for a very appealing price.

Like other subscription services KIDBOX delivers a new wardrobe straight to your door without the need to drag your kids on a shopping trip. The selection is based on a style profile that parents fill out when they sign up and the items offered come from a wide selection of designer brands. Now parents can score the same amazing finds at a much lower price point by ordering through Walmart.

While a regular KIDBOX subscription comes packed with six to seven items for $98 a box, the subscription through Walmart costs just $48 per box and comes packed with four to five items. Customers keep only what they want and can return any unwanted items for a refund as well as free shipping on deliveries and returns.

“We are thrilled to partner with KIDBOX to introduce our first kids’ subscription apparel service offering premium fashion brands at a substantial savings,” said Denise Incandela, Head of Fashion, Walmart U.S. eCommerce. “Over the last year, we have significantly expanded our portfolio of kids’ fashion brands as part of our broader effort to establish Walmart.com as a destination for fashion. Our partnership with KIDBOX enables us to round out our offering with additional national and premium kids’ brands.”

Besides the obvious savings ordering a KIDBOX subscription through Walmart, you will also help a child in need as the new partnership still features the same buy one, give one model. For every KIDBOX purchased, Walmart will donate clothing to kids in need through its partnership with Delivering Good.

The new Walmart KIDBOX subscription is available in sizes 0 to 14 for girls and 0 to 16 for boys. To get started simply complete the style quiz here and place your order with Walmart online. Parents can order a box and schedule delivery on demand or sign-up for automatic shipments of up to six boxes a year timed to seasons, back-to-school and holiday.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

All photos: Courtesy of KIDBOX



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