Batch Memphis Subscription Box Review – July 2014
Batch Memphis is a monthly subscription box that sends you local goods from Memphis (it’s primarily a food box). I subscribed to Batch Nashville for a while, and decided to try out a Batch Memphis 3-month subscription!
The packaging and presentation on every Batch box I’ve received is well-done – it would definitely work for a gift subscription.
The Subscription Box: Batch Memphis
The Cost: $24.99 a month or $55 for 3-months (I believe the monthly price will be reduced down to $19.99 soon)
COUPON: Use coupon code BATCHTASTIC to save 10% on any length subscription!
The Products: Local goods (primarily food items) sourced from Memphis!
Each box comes with a card detailing the items included and it gives you more background on each of the makers.
Parkway BBQ – Value $5
Crazy Good Specialty Goods Raging Pineapple Salsa – Value $6.59
I love a good salsa, and this pineapple one was delicious – but it was also super hot! A little goes a long way!
My Cup of Tea Prairie Passion Iced Tea – Value $10
My husband and I have been making our own iced tea and cold brewed coffee lately, so I’m excited to add this to the rotation – it smells wonderful!
Verdict: When I signed up for this subscription the 3-month price was $70. I used the BATCHTASTIC coupon code and my total was $63 – so I paid $21 for this box and received $21.69 worth of items. Looking at their site now, the 3-month price has been reduced to $55, and with the coupon that would bring the cost down to $16.50 a month – which I think is a much better value. I emailed Batch Memphis to see if I could get a price adjustment since it looks like I ordered right before they changed prices.
UPDATE – Batch Memphis immediately refunded me the difference in subscription costs – no issues whatsoever!
Hopefully the pricing gets straightened out, but I definitely wouldn’t have been happy with the value if I had paid the monthly $25 price for this box
Price/value issues aside, I like the variety of food included (although I was expecting at least one more item), and in general it seems like they are working with brands that use wholesome and natural ingredients.
What do you think of Batch Memphis?