Plain old blind bags are so 2016. This year, collectibles are full of fun reveals and multiple levels of surprises. From beasts buried in slime to tiny dolls hidden in confetti peppers, these toys are just as fun to unbox as they are to collect.


Party Popteenies (Spin Master)

Get twice the excitement with the Party Popteenies Double Surprise Popper. Pull apart the two poppers and pop them each to reveal a doll dressed in a glittery outfit, her pet bestie, and mini accessories in fun packaging. There are also party accessories and a cloud of colorful confetti inside. Remove the doll from the popper for extended play. Party Popteenies are $9.99, and recommended for kids ages 4 and up. Buy it now!


L.O.L Surprise! Eye Spy Series Under Wraps (MGA Entertainment)

This L.O.L surprise doll includes 15 surprises, including a spy glass, a secret message sticker, a secret code, a bottle, a mystery disguise, shoes, a fashion accessory, an outfit, and an L.O.L Eye Spy Under Wraps doll. Use the spy glass to decode clues as you unwrap each layer of packaging, and use the uncovered code to release the doll from her capsule. Once unwrapped, the capsule doubles as a purse-style carrying case. Feed or bathe the doll to discover water surprises, too. It retails for $15.99, and is designed for kids ages 6 and up. Buy it now!


Hairdorables (Just Play)

This girl squad of dolls has a “big hair, don’t care” attitude. Each of the 36 dolls in the line feature a colorful hair style and comes with 11 surprise accessories and fashions that kids reveal one-by-one as they unbox the doll. The various accessories show the unique personality, style, and talent of the doll inside. All of the dolls are based on the 12 characters from the Hairdorables YouTube videos. Hairdorables series one includes two rare and one ultra-rare doll. This toy is $12.99, and designed for kids ages 3 and up. Buy it now!


Disney D-lectables Layers of Magic (Imperial Toy)

The best part of Disney World is the food and now kids can get it in blind bag form by revealing the sweet surprises inside Disney D-lectables Layers of Magic. Hidden inside each ice cream tub is one of eight Mickey and Minnie inspired ice cream cones, perfect for collecting! Lift the layers inside to reveal a piece of a magic ice cream sundae, including color changing cookie ears, a signature ice cream topper, a scented foam scoop, a sweet sugar cone, and moldable putty. Recreate the experience by replacing the layers within the reusable tub for extended play. Mix, match, and stack the sundae components to make your own Mickey and Minnie creations! Each tub retails for $9.88 and is recommended for kids ages 5 and up. Buy it now!


Treasure X (Moose Toys)

Dig into 10 levels of discovery with this treasure hunt. Using the included X-Cavator tool, kids dig into a block and uncover all of the parts needed to assemble a figurine as well as a treasure chest. Inside the chest, kids can find “bronze,” “silver,” a booby prize, or real gold-plated treasure. Other surprises include a treasure map and a decoder X-Marks coin. Treasure X is $14.99, and made for kids ages 4 and up. Buy it now!


Orbeez Wow World Wowzer Surprise (Maya Toys)

These magical pets come inside an globe, hidden by clear Orbeez. Add water to the globe to reveal which pet is inside. A knob on top of the globe lets kids spin the pet inside of the globe, and the pet is also removable. There are 20 different Wowzers to collect in series one, including rare and super rare figures. This toy is $5.99, and designed for kids ages 5 and up. Buy it now!


Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab (Learning Resources)

Beaker Creatures combines the fun of collectibles with the educational value of science. Use the lab to dissolve the two included reactor pods, which each contain one of the 35 mystery beaker creatures inside. Additional reactor pods are available, sold separately. Kids can also use the lab to perform additional experiments to learn about color, whirlpools, and more. Instructions for these experiments are included, along with information about classifying creatures. This set is $24.99, recommended for kids ages 5 and up. Buy it now!