Escape Monthly Review & Coupon Code – March 2014
Escape Monthly is a monthly vacation-in-a-box subscription. Each box comes with food, beauty items, and other souvenirs from a new destination. You also get a tourist book – so this box might help you plan your next actual vacation too!
This month’s destination – Ireland!
The Subscription Box: Escape Monthly
The Cost: $49.95 a month ($39.95 a month with coupon)
COUPON: Use coupon code YOURESCAPE to save $10 off every month for the life of your subscription.
The Products: Each box is a destination-inspired monthly delivery of luxury products to help you relax, renew and escape.
Ships to: US only
Bonus Points: Each month, one lucky member will be selected at random to win a vacation to the current month’s theme destination. Escape Monthly will pay for the winner’s airfare from a major US hub and two nights of accommodations, up to $1000. (They announce the winners publicly on Facebook).
Each box comes with a fold out card detailing each item included in your box.
Gift of the Gab Irish Tea – Value $3.89
Hogan’s Brown Irish Soda Bread Mix – Value $8.99
I’m a little obsessed with tea lately, so these tea bags were a welcome addition to the box for me!
O’Neils Shamrock Shortbread – Value $2.79
Butler’s Milk Chocolate Truffle Bar – Value $3.99
I’m trying to cut back on sugar, but these shortbread cookies were a perfect gift to take to my grandma when I visited her last weekend!
Human + Kind Family Remedy Cream – Value $31.49
I’m all about natural skincare products, so I was thrilled to find this cream in the box! It’s made with all natural ingredients and is supposed to help with all skincare issues from dry skin to stretchmarks. (And the packaging is beautiful too!)
Auld Sod Official Irish Shamrock Seeds – Value $3.95
Bewley’s Irish Creme Coffee – Value $2.99
Unfortunately I have the opposite of a green thumb, so I’ll be giving these seeds to someone who won’t kill them!
Living Abroad in Ireland – Value $19.99
Sometimes Escape Monthly sends these Living Abroad guides, and other times they include a standard touring guide. I prefer the Living Abroad books because I think it gives you more of an insight into the culture in Ireland. I’ll definitely give this one a read.
Verdict: I paid $40 for this box and received nearly $80 worth of items. I think the value is great this month (even though a large portion of that comes from the Human + Kind cream). And as always, I’m very happy with the curation – it definitely feels like a friend put together a package of her favorite things from her trip to Ireland!
What did you think of the Ireland Escape Monthly box? And what do you think of the April destination – Mexico?