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Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2015

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Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Box

Bulu Box is a monthly fitness and weight loss subscription box. Their original Bulu Box is focused more on fitness and supplements, and they also have a WeightLoss box that features healthy products and diet supplements. This review is of the original Bulu Box.

Bulu Box sent me this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Bulu Box

The Cost: $10 (Less than $5 a box with the annual subscription and coupon code!)

COUPON: Use coupon code BULUGAN669 to save 50% off any subscription length!

The Products: Each box contains 4 to 5 premium weight loss items such as vitamin and supplement samples, fitness gear and healthy eating tools.

Check out my Bulu Box reviews and the Fitness Subscription Box Directory!

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Info

Each box comes with a card detailing the items in your box.

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Magnets

This box also came with some fitness inspirational magnet words. (I remember when these were so popular when I was in middle school or high school!)

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Tea

Miracle Tree Moringa Organic Tea in Strawberry (2 tea bags) – Value $1

Simple Being Daily Personal Vitamin Gummies (1 serving – 2 gummies) Value $1

I sampled this organic tea already thanks to Bestowed box, and I’m happy to have more. These gummies were good too (I pretty much love every vitamin gummy I come across!).

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Flyjoy

FlyJoy Snack Bar in Blueberry Almond – Value $2

Mediterranean Snacks Lentil Crackers in Cracker Pepper – Value $1

This FlyJoy bar is vegan and gluten-free and pretty tasty too. These lentil crackers have dairy so I couldn’t sample them, but my husband liked them.

Bulu Box Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Jan 2014 Dream Water

Zestra Essential Arousal Oil – Sample Value $3

Dream Water – Value $3.25

Since I received this box for review purposes, I’m not sure if they provide more customization for subscribers based on age or gender, but I was a little surprised to see this Zestra sample in the box!

Fortunately, the Dream Water isn’t something I need, but it seems to get decent reviews on Amazon.

Verdict: This box has a value of about $11. That’s typical with what I’ve received in past boxes. The value is good if you use the 50% off coupon and get this box for $5 or less.

(With the 50% off coupon you can get your monthly box for $5 (or less with an annual subscription), and then you get $1 to spend in the Bulu shop for every product you review. So this box would cost you $5 and you’d get $6 back in the shop).

Do you subscribe to Bulu Box? What do you think of it?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Liz – You might want to delete the last sentence in the first paragraph with the verdict heading. It’s repeated as the first sentence in the second paragraph.

    I had no idea that things like Zestra and Dream Water exists.

    • Zestra has a lot of TV commercials on Discovery Channel and related networks (usually late in the evening).

      I got Dream Water from another box one time. It gave me the weirdest nightmares I think I’ve ever had.

      • No cable 🙁

        I never heard of Dream Water until today, but it concerns me that the amount of stevia or melatonin is not listed on the bottle. I’m not surprised by the strange dreams. Too much melatonin can do that. Also can an amino acid work once it is dissolved in water? I use Stevia, but it can be dangerous for people taking insulin because Stevia can lower blood sugars. I’m done ranting about Dream Water. I thought it might be something that could be helpful to my sister, but it caused me alarm once I start reading about it.

        • Amino acids in water are fine. That’s basically what happens to solid pills in your stomach when you swallow them, anyway.

          I got rid of cable when I had to come up with a car payment. But I still remember the Zestra lady from six months ago.

          • That makes sense. Chemistry is not my strong point. Thanks!

    • Thanks – whoops!

  2. This box has been a waste of time for me, I haven’t found anything worth the money I spent on it and none of it has to do with weight loss. On the off chance there is a protein bar or something in the box that’s useless because I already have a brand for protein powders and bars. I would not reccomend this box to anyone unless you could get it for under cost and do the reviews to get money for supplements you like in their shop.

  3. I have two accounts, I had a 3 for 1 deal and got three months for 10 bucks. Overall, I have not been impressed, the samples are not great, nor are they tailored to your profile. You also don’t get enough of a sample usually to know if it it works, at least I don’t feel. I work nights, so I love when they send sleep aides, but one pack doesn’t help me. Also, I have gotten Zestra in 4 of 4 boxes. I am 26, not sure why they are sending it. Oh, I tailored on box to weight loss and one to strength training. The last two months, they are usually identical minus one or two things.

  4. Maybe it’s just me, but how are you supposed to decide if you want to try a vitamin brand with only a single sample?

    • Maybe to see if you like the taste and make sure they don’t hurt your tummy. But yeah, other then that there isn’t much good. Not like you’ll see anything!

    • I’ve personally bought vitamins after trying them from this box because they were delicious. So really it’s about the taste and how excited I am to consume the vitamins. Otherwise you are less likely to take me them if they are gross tasting no matter how effective. You can always get an idea of how they can effect you like if they raise your blood sugar which is a no no for those with diabetes.

    • This box is bitter-sweet for me. I have ordered twice and I had only received half the order. The first time I contacted them, received the item within the week. The second time, 5 emails without a response, I posted on their Facebook and of course that initiated a quick response. Said it was coming from the manufacturer each time and they were working in order communication. My frustration was why did it take 3 weeks for a response? Will not order again through them. I almost filed fraud on my credit card!

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