Whirli subscription

(35 Posts)
Gruffalosandbuffalos Sun 16-Feb-20 17:13:31

Does anyone have a Whirli toy subscription and would you recommend?

I’ve read the rules over and over and to be honest I’m still not 100% sure whether it’s good value or not!

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Piglet89 Sat 22-Feb-20 06:24:03

I have just subscribed OP. I’m not quite sure whether it’s good value either but I just don’t have enough room in my house to keep loads of toys. I’m also subscribing for environmental reasons - manufacture of loads of new toys, plus dumping them in landfill when no longer wanted must take a bit of a toll.

There were a disappointing number of items not in stock when I searched using the filter for my son’s age range (6–12 months). I ended up ordering 5 items for delivery yesterday and have received an email from parcel force saying only ONE is due to be delivered early next week.

So watch this space. If their service isn’t up to scratch, I will take steps to cancel my subscription.

Myriampuchalt Sat 21-Mar-20 22:32:28

Do you have a referral code that I could use?

drunkenflamingo2 Sat 28-Mar-20 18:51:58

Hi, I use whirli for my son, we started when he was 1 and it's been really good. We have been able to play with toys and then send them back when he's bored of them. We were able to borrow toys that we just wouldn't have been able to afford, like the wobbelboard which he loved but was bored of after 3 months.

You don't have to deal with any packaging either which I love. The toys come in drawstring reusable fabric bags.

We have swapped toys 3 times so far. I have a referral code: 95NVFRD2

You get either £5 off or 15% off your payment whichever is more.

Any questions message me. Im not paid to do this I genuinely love it.

leghairdontcare Sat 28-Mar-20 18:59:19

I signed up Wednesday, a package with 3 toys is out for delivery. I thought it would be good during coronavirus. Especially as we have a small garden so don't have room for a lot of outdoor toys.

In the longer term it will be good as my son has autism and tends to struggle with getting rid of toys. With this I could send something back and if he decides he misses it 6 months down the line we can order it back.

Wobblywombat Sun 05-Apr-20 02:12:15

I love whirli for their green ethos, the fact I can send things back (and reduce clutter) without being wasteful.

Their service has been impeccable since I started a year ago - and I find most of my child’s needs are met through their selection (the rest we tend to get as gifts anyway).

During the crisis whirli has been more useful than ever - our child gets bored quite easily and I’ve been able to swap toys to keep busy with marble runs, building blocks etc - I try to introduce one new toy from the box every few days

Sbates88 Tue 28-Apr-20 20:09:23

I’ve just signed up and I think it’s a great idea especially for the environmental impact. Just waiting on our first delivery of toys, hoping my 7 month old will enjoy what we have chosen as she is definitely bored of our current toys!
Referral code:
VXLHCBVU

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Anna783426 Sun 24-May-20 09:57:32

I've just signed up too and excited for first package to arrive - thank you for the discount code @sbates88

My discount code is TN9T5J5J

2020mum123 Wed 10-Jun-20 16:37:22

I highly recommend it!
I singed up the toy sacks plan for 6 months. I was a bit concern about hygiene at the beginning, but it comes so clean and well packaged.
Another good thing is when you swap, you can actually receive the new toys first and then post the old toys back in a few days. So you never run out of toys.

Just went to Company house to check the company- it looks like it is newly found by a young Malaysian entrepreneur. Since the company is very new, i would think all the toys are quite new as well.

I have a15% discount code DO0IURQP

madammatthews Tue 16-Jun-20 13:43:38

Just wanted to say thanks for the reviews and the codes. I've been looking at Whirli on and off since it launched in 2018 and have finally signed up. Glad to hear people like it. Going to add my code here too in case it helps anyone else LSOZWVUC

KAF87 Sat 20-Jun-20 19:31:31

Thanks for the code 2020mum123.
I've just signed up for a month to start with after discovering it through a FBook ad.
From what I've read elsewhere it has had lots of good reviews so will probably upgrade to a half yearly subscription and see how we've get on once my daughter is a year old.

If anyone wants my code... DLMILVMV

Beckycw Mon 29-Jun-20 20:12:27

I have just signed up to this and it looks great! If anyone needs a code mine is IW2SCB9F

Tobebythesea Tue 30-Jun-20 23:08:54

If anyone has a code they want to share with me please pm me. I cannot get the other codes to work?!

Beckycw Wed 01-Jul-20 08:08:58

Have you tried

IW2SCB9F

Beary17 Wed 01-Jul-20 22:13:55

Just signed up today using your code Becky, thank you x

If anyone else would like a code you can use OCF17NUX 😊

Calync Tue 04-Aug-20 16:30:12

Hi I also have a code that can be used. Just signed up and looking forward to reducing some of the toys I have in the house!

Calync Tue 04-Aug-20 16:31:08

My code is O6MVV0ZY feel free to use

Beckycw Tue 11-Aug-20 18:34:17

Please feel free to use my code IW2SCB9F

Freddiesmum2020 Fri 14-Aug-20 17:35:58

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SThoma Sat 15-Aug-20 09:20:49

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Beckycw Sat 22-Aug-20 10:14:00

My discount code is :

IW2SCB9F

It will give you 15% off xxx

Mibecwy Sun 23-Aug-20 22:07:06

Thank you, I've just used one of these codes to save on my order. Can't wait to see our goodies. Will share my code now, so here's an up to date code for £15% or £5 off (whichever is greater) x

6XRTRWB3

Sparklykins Tue 25-Aug-20 21:46:30

Just signed up, code if anyone wants it

KJDDC59P

whitetigar1 Tue 01-Sep-20 18:24:10

This code is valid and gives you 15% off.

I've just used it and it works

4J0YXVT6

Beckycw Tue 01-Sep-20 18:42:12

My discount code is :

IW2SCB9F

It will give you 15% off xxx

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