Pijon Box Subscription Review & Coupon Code – Nov 2014
Pijon Box is a monthly subscription care-package box for college students. Each box usually includes some essential basics, plus some other fun or healthy items you might hope to find in a care package.
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The Subscription Box: Pijon Box
The Cost: $29 a month or $25 a month with 6-month subscription.
COUPON: Use coupon code sendlv25 to save 25% off any length subscription – that saves $50 off the 8-month (two-semester) subscription.
The Products: 5-6 products in the following categories: food and snacks, health and beauty, essentials, and awesome accessories and gadgets.
Ships to: US only
Delivered via: UPS Sure Post (may be delivered by UPS, may be delivered by USPS)
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Each box comes with a card detailing the items included.
Peeled makes really good organic dried fruit snacks – these are both delicious!
Element Rice Cakes – $2.50 each
The dark chocolate version of these rice crackers was diary free – and really good! I like that it’s just a chocolate coating on the top of the rice cracker – it helps give you the chocolate taste without eating a whole chocolate bar.
I was expecting this spray to be a sweet lavender scent, but I really couldn’t detect the lavender or the vanilla. It kind of just has that generic room freshener smell. Even though this didn’t smell exactly like what I was expecting, I think it’s a good addition to a care package box.
EnergyFruits Crushed Fruit in Mango and Blueberry Plum – Value $4 total
Pijon Box seems to include items like this a lot – I guess it is a good way to send fruit in a college care package without worrying about it going bad in a few days.
Pijon Earphone Splitter & Stand – Value $9
Since this is a Pijon branded product, I’m using their retail value price.
Verdict: This month’s box has a value of about $32.50. I think Pijon Box does a pretty good job at putting together boxes that include healthy food and snacks, but a few essential items. Value-wise, I think it’s a good value if you sign up for a 1 or 2 semester subscription with the coupon code.
What do you think of the November Pijon Box?