Candy Club Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2015
Candy Club is a candy subscription box that sends 2-3 pounds of premier, brand name candy directly to your door each month.
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The Subscription Box: Candy Club
The Cost: $27.99 + $6 shipping/monthly, $22.99 + $6 shipping/month with 6-month subscription, and $19.99 + $6 shipping/month with 1-year subscription
COUPON: Use code welcome10off to receive $10 off your first month
The Products: Up to 3 pounds of candy (from classics to contemporary favorites) packed into 3 of Candy Club’s signature containers.
Ships to: US
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Each Candy Club Box comes with a card detailing the month’s featured candies.
On the reverse, nutritional details are listed along with any relevant allergy information.
Here’s everything unpacked from the box. It really is a lot of candy!
Orange N’ Crème Soft Chews are a new candy discovery for me, and I really like them. They’re soft and chewy (just as their name suggests), and the combination of orange and cream makes them taste like an old-fashioned creamsicle.
Sweet & sour gummy candy is a favorite of mine, so I was very happy to see these sour fruit slices included in the box. The fruit slices come in a variety of different fruit shapes, which is fun, and I like the strong, sour fruit flavors.
Oh’ Baby Pacifiers are tiny and brightly colored. Interestingly, one end of each candy is softer than the other. The “pacifier” end crumbles into a powder when you bite down on it, while the “handle” end is harder and crunchier. This isn’t usually the kind of candy I reach for, but when I sat down to taste everything I kept sneaking back to the pacifier jar for “just a couple more.” What is it about itty-bitty candy that makes it so much fun to eat?
Primrose Vanilla Caramel Kiss
I was expecting these Primrose Vanilla Caramel Kiss candies to taste like traditional caramels, but their flavor is more like a dairy-rich chew with a very subtle caramel flavor. They actually remind me a tiny bit of vanilla tootsie rolls.
Dryden & Palmer Rock Candy BONUS ITEM!
The rock candy was included in the box as a “special bonus treat.” My box included two swizzle sticks, both cotton candy-flavored. I loved rock candy when I was a kid, but, as an adult, it’s a candy that I never think to buy. Eating it was pure nostalgia!
Verdict: I really enjoy receiving boxes from Candy Club. Opening up a box FULL of candy always seems to put a smile on my face, and the candy I receive from Candy Club always tastes very fresh. I think their packaging is well designed, and I love their signature plastic and tin containers. On their website, Candy Club mentions that each box will have a $60 retail value. While this seems a little steep, it’s in line with the pricing at Dylan’s Candy Bar. You could certainly get this much candy for less from the supermarket’s bulk bin aisle, but I think the packaging and curation add value. I do want to point out that Candy Club recently increased their subscription costs. While I still think this is a fun subscription that would make a great gift, the increased cost is definitely something to consider if you’re thinking about subscribing.
What did you think of this month’s Candy Club?