Tandem Lane Subscription Box Review – May 2014
Tandem Lane is a monthly subscription box for the elderly. It’s basically a way to send loved ones a care package each month and include some personal touches. Tandem Lane kindly sent me this box to review.
The Subscription Box: Tandem Lane
The Cost: $25 a month (less if you sign up for 3 or 6 months).
The Products: Each package will include personal photos and letters to keep your loved one up-to-date with what’s going on in your life. It will also contain a selection of edible treats, comfort and indulgence items, games and activities, and other gifts related to that month’s theme.
Ships to: US only.
Each box has a theme, and this month’s theme is a Trip to the Farmers Market.
On the flip side of the card are details of each item included in large text.
If you choose to, each month you can email Tandem Lane photos and a letter to include with your box. (I love this touch!)
(FYI – those photos and letter pictured here are samples – sadly I have not yet traveled to Paris!)
Grocery List Pad
Live Laugh Love Photo Book
With every box you send a few photos, so I like that Tandem Lane includes a way for the recipient to keep them all together!
Nutri Gran Fruit & Oat Harvest Bar
Chia Squeeze Vitality Snack
I’m going to share this box with my Grandma, so I’m trying to think how she would like each item, and while I think she’d be happy with this Nutri Grain bar – I definitely don’t see her drinking chia seeds!
Canvas Tote Bag
Verdict: It’s hard to put a value on this box since most of the items don’t have retail prices I can look up online, and there’s also the part of this subscription that includes your letter and pictures. Overall, I think this care package subscription is a great idea, and I can’t wait to see what my Grandma thinks of everything! (If she likes it I think I’ll buy her a subscription – I want all the ladies in my life to love subscription boxes!)
What do you think of Tandem Lane?