Rubba Ducks Rubber Duck Collectibles Giveaway

Rubba DuckToy trends come and go each year! However, there are some toys—the timeless classics—which continue to entertain kids year after year, decade after decade. The rubber duck is no exception. Rubber ducks have entertained, and satisfied young and old for many years, and will continue to do so for a long time.  Rubber ducks have undergone a surprising transformation though.  Introducing Rubba Ducks! With over 220 designs and 20 million+ rubber duck lovers worldwide, Rubba Ducks are the new world’s premier rubber duck collectible. Needless to say, given their whimsical charm and wide style variety, the ducks are extremely popular with not just children, but adult collectors as well.

Rubber Duck History

The origins of rubber ducks trace back to the late 1800s, when manufacturers made use of Charles Goodyear’s process for rendering rubber into malleable material. Early versions were not much fun. They were more like heavy “chew toys.” By the 1940s, rubber ducks developed into the iconic floating yellow figure with bright orange bill that we recognize today. Rubber ducks have been recognized as standard the bathtub toy since 1970 when Ernie, on Sesame Street, first sang the catchy ditty “Rubber Duckie” to his best bath buddy. Rubba Ducky, you’re the one.

Rubba Ducks History

Rubba duckThe Rubba Ducks concept was hatched from Mark Boldt’s daughter Savannah, who at the time was only 4-years old. Even though Rubba Ducks was initially introduced in BOLDT.’s national children’s magazine Surprises, the demand for the first character based line of rubber ducks spread quickly.  After making a huge splash at Toy Fair in 2001, and with millions & millions of ducks sold in 14 countries, Rubba Ducks quickly became the world’s premiere rubber duck collectible.

Rubba Ducks Soaking Away the Holiday Stress

Rubba Ducks uniquely communicate their individual personality and character. While there are the traditional-Rubbaduckthemed ducks dressed as police, firemen, sports, paramedics and animals, these ducks go a step further in incorporating specialized hobbies, interests and even holiday themed ducks. Who needs an Elf on a Shelf when you can get Tinsel as a Duck?

Some of the ducks have wonderful detailed designs, such as “Chester” (the jester) or Spa Duck, Merduck, both of which my daughter has added to her collection of rubber ducks.

Unlike those of the past, Rubba Ducks are free of phthalates for total safety and Rubba Ducks have no holes. No holes mean Rubba Ducksno mold like some other brands of rubber duckies. That makes this mom happy!

Rubba Ducks float straight up! So many rubber ducks tip over when set in water, but these do what the real ducks do – they float upright. The bottom has a weight in it, so no matter how they go in the water, they will pop right up. Each duck has a name and story on a trading card on each box, and iconic tattoos on their bottom

You can even add some fun and humor to an upcoming winter wedding with a pair of bride and groom Rubba Ducks. We added Mrs. Duckbells to our Rubber Duck collection. It was most fitting, as I just gained a daughter- n-law this year.   Fun touches include a veil and ‘Just Married’ sign on her tail feathers. Mr. Duckbells  is also available and sold separate.

Rubba Ducks are more than a duck

ball-gown-prom-dressesRubba Ducks, you’re the one!  Obviously, Rubba Ducks has given a unique spin on this traditional toy.  And, with its international appeal, Rubba Ducks as a brand has so much MORE to offer beyond ducks themselves; from bath products, to a clothing line, birthday party supplies and yes, even an animated movie. Make bath-time lots of fun this upcoming holiday season with Rubba Ducks.  Combine Rubba Ducks with Crazy Foam and you have the ultimate bath time gift.

To learn more, visit the official and Facebook. If you are a serious rubba (rubber) duck collector and/or fans of the Rubba Ducks, you can also subscribe to the company’s newsletter.

Many of the ducks are also available on

Rubba Ducks Giveaway

Enter our fabulous giveaway to try and win a Rubba Duck of your very own! Just enter below and remember, the more entries you complete, the better your chances of winning! Good luck!

Rubba Duck Giveaway

Rose DesRochers
Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.


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    These are so cute, I realll like Paramedic Duck and would be giving it to my son who loves First Responders

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    I think they are super cute and mine would go to my granddaughter.

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    Rubba Ducks looks like so much fun. I love the duck spa.. My girls would love it and play with when they take a bubble bath.

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    i have to agree with most comments the spa ducky for sure

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    My daughter would love to play with the duckies! The Bride & Groom are super cute:)

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    The spa one is my favorite.

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    How cute and creative the ducks are! My kids would like parameduck!

    Besos Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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    I like the Spa Duck.

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    I think rubba ducks are really cute. I think the cow duck is my favourite. I would give it to my niece because she loves bath toys. she would bring every toy she owns into the tub with her if she could.

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    The spa duck is so cute , love her.

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    Adorable! I love Tinsel! I would be giving to my granddaughter.

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    The Spa Rubba Duck is my favorite and I would be running a bath if I had one.

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    I love these so much! I love the soccer one on their website! I would give this to my youngest son! He loves to play with rubber ducks in the bath.

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    I think Rubba Ducks are hilariously cute! My favorite is the bride, and I would give it to my daughter who is getting married in February! 🙂

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    I like Trooper the soldier duck. My girls would love him.

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    I am all about Aqua Duck – denying he is a crabby pants! LOL.

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    I think Rubba Ducks are so cute and unique! My favourite is the Spa Duck and if I won I would give one to my son.

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    I love these rubber duckies love them . My toddler has the train engineer already . I love that no water can get inside , no mould which means no trying to stealth recycle lol

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    Aww they are so cute. I love the Bride and Groom. I would give them to my brother and sis in law who are getting married

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    i find these so neat! what kid doesn’t love rubber duckies and to have them come in all different styles and forms makes them so unique to the original. i think my girls would like cowduck 🙂

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    I don’t really have a favorite but if I won this I would give it to my niece

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    I love the rubber ducks and they look so fun

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    These ducks are sooo cool. My favorite is the “Love our” Bamboo Giant Panduck. I’d give it to my sister.

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    Haha these are adorable! I love the bride and groom ducky! Should I win id take a bath with my ducky! 😀

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    Those ducks are awesome! Just brilliant. Love the play on words. I love the P.D. duck. I believe every child should bathe with a rubber ducky so I might throw that in when kids are over.

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    They’re adorable and fun! I love the bride and would give to a friend who’s getting married! Bet she doesn’t have one of those! lol

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    These look fun and everyone loves the rubber duck, I like the Cowduck!! but there is so many to choose from!!

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    Ducks are awesome. Sucks a versatile toy. My son would love to play with the hero duck in his bath

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    Nice write up and yes besides kids and can definately see adults liking them… and thinking they are cute

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    These are just the cutest things, especially the bride and groom. 🙂

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    Rubba Ducks look like a ton of fun.


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