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3 Days Only – Double the Free Samples at Birchbox!

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This weekend only, use coupon code BFFMSP to get 2 extra free samples on any Birchbox shop purchase of any Birchbox Shop order of $35 or more.

And don’t forget to add your free mystery sample pack! (That will give you a total of 4 free samples!)

Full Details: Two Free Mystery Sample Packs available with an order totaling $35 or greater of full-size products from the Birchbox Shop; subscription orders do not qualify for this offer or contribute to subtotal eligibility. Visit for full list of eligible products.To redeem, add one Mystery Sample Pack to your cart and apply code BFFMSP in Promo Code field at checkout. Please note, only one Mystery Sample Pack will appear in your cart, but both will ship with your order. Offer cannot be combined with other promo codes. To return items in your order for a refund, you must also return both Mystery Sample Packs. Offer available through February 14, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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. Do any of you ladies know which country makes the Marcelle Hydra-C Set from Birchbox? I’m wanting to buy the set, but I may not depending on where it is made. Thank you in advance. 🙂

  2. You know, I’ve been with birchbox for years… Anyone else remember the good old days when you could take something from the Bonus shop without a code, just add it to the bag – it used to be the difference between “Sample with purchase” and “Gift with purchase”. Then you could get all the extras, a sample pack and still use a coupon!

    • Yes! And now they are nickel and diming us to death. I wonder if the company is about to go public. Companies get really penny pinchy – before an offer…

  3. I’m sorry but I can’t stand how BB always totes these amazing deals and bonuses, but they’re ALWAYS coupon codes and you can never use more than one on a purchase. So in essence if you’ve been saving up your points to make a purchase, I’d rather take one of the 20% off codes than use a bonus sample code (especially if I don’t know what the sample is going to be because it’s probably just going to be another hot pink Stila lipstick or Harvey Prince sample).

    Just a rant, carry on.

    • I don’t have any 20% codes I can use anymore, apparently I have cycled through all of them…

      Good point about what the samples will probably be, though.

      • But even if you’ve cycled through the usual 20% coupons they still send out codes and stuff in boxes.

        And actually, I think this really started griping on me last summer/fall when they had sent a code out to all subscribers for like $10 off or something then opened up this great discount shop of certain items (I recall the Jouer lip trio being one of the items) – but in order to get the item at the deep discount you had to enter a code, thus not being able to use the additional code they had just sent out. I feel like it’s purposeful timing (I mean I guess it is they probably don’t want you to get the items for FREE) – but annoying none the less.

    • Completely agree. I always use the percent-off coupon codes over the get-free-samples/get-free-whatever codes. I wish they’d let you stack coupon codes!

    • I’ve actually been really happy with all my bonus samples! I think I’ve had more luck with them than my actual subscription boxes!

      For example, my last order included a couple of the Cynthia Rowley eyeliner pencils, and one of the deluxe samples was a Cynthia Rowley eyeliner pen — which I’m generously attributing to thoughtfulness rather than pure chance.

  4. I think I like their store more than I like their subscription boxes.

    • I think the only reason I put up with the subscription boxes (and the endless supply of Harvey Prince) is because of the points I can use in the store. Although my boxes have been a little better lately.

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