The Pumpkin Batch Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016
The Pumpkin Batch subscription is a subscription for those ardent pumpkin lovers that wish they could get their fall goodies all year round!
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: The Pumpkin Batch
The Cost: $29.99 per month with free shipping. Discounts available for longer subscriptions.
COUPON: Use code pumpkinaddicted16 to save $4 off your first monthly or quarterly box!
The Products: Hand-crafted pumpkin and pumpkin spice everything, with the added bonus of a featured goodie (FOOD! Yay!) every month.
Shipping: The site’s FAQs state that they are offering free shipping right now on subscriptions to the US, with options available to ship to Canada, Mexico, and some parts of Europe for a charge.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
How fun is this?! I love the idea of having a garden, and actually just planted some onions, shallots, and herbs in planters! I am debating growing these, or passing them off to my sister who has a greener thumb than I do. I’ve never seen or tried Jarrahdale pumpkins, and want these to flourish so I can try them!
This scent is so unusual, but I really like it! I never would have picked pumpkin and lilac to go together, but the scent is unexpected and quite fresh. It is actually a perfect spring scent with the lilac added to it. This is a hand poured, soy candle.
This is a very cute ornament. It would be cute in a garden on a little stake, for sure! Maybe if I hang this near my pumpkins, I’ll actually keep them alive? Like a constant command to “GROW!” (Yes, I realize plants don’t read, just indulge me a bit.)
I just tried this mask to give a full review of it. The product picture on Etsy shows this mask being pretty smooth – my mask was very chunky. The chunky texture of my mask made it a bit difficult to put on and remove. I did feel a slight tingle, but that’s typical of enzymatic masks in my experience. My skin felt quite smooth after using this, but I use acids and retinol on a daily basis, so your mileage may vary.
I made this for lunch today, and it was quite delicious. It is savory with the underlying spices of cinnamon and nutmeg – the flavor reminds me quite a bit of pumpkin ravioli or pumpkin gnocchi dishes!
Verdict: The value of this Pumpkin Batch box is about $26.29, which falls a bit short of the cost of the box. I do think of the seeds as a bit higher value than is assigned to them – if you can get them to grow, you’ll have pumpkins in the fall! Even with that, it does seem to be a bit of a lower value box, and I’d love to see the value come up in the future for subscribers.
I think this was a great spring box for pumpkin lovers – with a nice spring scented candle, seeds to plant, and a soup for those last cold snaps during the spring!
Have you tried The Pumpkin Batch yet?