Mini Monthly Mystery Box of Awesome Subscription Box Review – Apr 2016
That Daily Deal is a site for daily flash sales at deep discounts. We have been reviewing their Monthly Mystery Box of Awesome now for a few months, and they now offer this Mini Mystery Box of Awesome, too!
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Mini Mystery Box of Awesome
The Cost: $9.99 per month
The Products: The products you receive are a complete mystery! There’s no theme and items are pretty much gender neutral.
Ships to: US for free
Keep Track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Before I continue, I have to warn you that something kind of awful happened this month. My package included what was supposed to be a shelf-stable “emergency” type meal, but somehow in transit, it was damaged and became unstable. The package ripped, the food started to go bad, and mold started growing on the paperwork inside before I even opened it. This is what it looked like inside:
This was the info letter that came in the package. This month, 11 people received a FitBit in their package! Next month six people will receive a Roku in the mini box. That’s so cool! But so gross.
Chef 5 Minute Meals Spaghetti with Meatballs in Sauce – Value $5.99
Here’s the culprit. This is so disgusting. Fortunately, everything else in the shipment was packaged in plastic, so this was the only thing that was truly ruined. I contacted customer service and sent pictures, and they were very apologetic. They also gave me a credit for $5 toward my next box, which is half the price of the box.
LED Rechargeable Task Light – Value $16.97
This is some kind of flashlight that I don’t fully understand, but my husband was very excited about it!
Chair-Mate Side Table Tray – Value $4.99
This little tray is pretty handy! It attaches to the side of your lawn or lounge chair.
As a bonus, they included this coupon for $35 off your first order from Hello Fresh.
Verdict: I have to be honest, they could have included almost anything in this box and it would not have made up for the rotten food an mold I opened in my house. I actually wish that non-food boxes would stop sending food altogether, because real food is not supposed to be shelf-stable for long anyway. The other items in the box were nice and were alone worth more than twice what I paid for the box. Customer service was very nice and helpful as well. This was my first Mini Mystery Box of Awesome, so I will need to reserve judgement until I can see what their boxes are like without a catastrophe happening en route.
What do you think of the Mini Mystery Box of Awesome? Am I being a baby about this?