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Little Passports Activity Kits, 50% Off

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Tired of hearing “I’m bored”? These Little Passports activity kits are a great way for your kiddos to learn while having fun. Score them now for a whopping 50% off — plus get free shipping.

When they’ve completed their kits, they could try out some of these boredom stopper indoor activities too.

$14.97 $29.95 (50% Off)
Shipping: Free
Exp 12/31/23


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Here’s how to get this deal:

  1. Go to the Little Passports site.
  2. Choose your subscription, and click on “Choose Plan.”
  3. Click through and add any needed information.
  4. Add in coupon code SUBSCRIPTION50.
  5. Check out.

What is Little Passports?

Little Passports is a monthly subscription where your kids will receive a kit full of creative activities for them to explore. You’re able to choose up to eight different types of kits, depending on what your child is into. Whether it’s science, cooking, animals, or exploring new countries, there’s something for every kid. And they also have it broken down to age groups so you know they won’t be in over their heads.

Is the Little Passports deal legit?

Bottom-line cost: Monthly kits are $29.95. With code SUBSCRIPTION50, you’ll get 50% off all monthly subscription activity kits and free shipping. The final cost will be $14.97.

When will I be charged? As soon as you place your order.

When will it ship? Within two business days of placing your order.

Will I need to cancel? If you don’t want to continue with the full monthly subscription kits, you’ll need to cancel. Simply log into your account and select “cancel subscription.”