Pennie Post Subscription Review + Coupon – September 2016
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The Subscription Box: Pennie Post
The Cost: $10.23 per month
OUPON: Save 70% off your first month with code MYSUB! Make sure to click ‘Subscribe & Save’ before checkout.
The Products: At least 3 stationery cards every month
Ships to: US and Worldwide (See FAQ for additional costs)
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All the cards came wrapped in a clear protective sleeve. Included with every subscription is a note from Pennie Post that says the theme is, “Back to School”. It also tells you the name of each card. Cards from this subscription have been blank so far.
Library Card and Sleeve – Value:$7.50?
Super cute! This card comes with a self-adhering sleeve to paste into a book or add to a project. The price is pretty steep, I hope that it actual comes in a set, but the website doesn’t say.
Chemistry Letterpress Card – Value: $5.00
Another cute design. I love the little heart bubbles in the bottle. Honestly, this card doesn’t give me a back to school vibe, I’m only thinking of Valentine’s Day. But I still love it and can see myself sending to a niece next February.
Watercolor Owl Birthday Card – $4.00
Pennie Post makes a number of cards in a watercolor design. They are done so well and I love the one’s I’ve received so far. This owl card will be great to send to any school aged girl on her birthday. I wish the owl would have had on a varsity jacket or bookbag to fit with the theme.
Hello Apple Note Card – Value: $2.25 ($13.50 a pack)
Perfection! The detail, the font, the green envelope…there’s nothing to change here. It’s so beautiful. I’d love to see a version of this note card as a postcard as well. I would have no problem sending this to a friend, or to one or our kiddo’s teachers.
Verdict: This September, Pennie Post had an estimated retail value of $18.75. I wasn’t totally sure of the value on the library notecard, but the value would still be worth the subscription cost. I thoroughly enjoyed every card but a few items pushed the envelope of the intended theme.
What did you think of this month’s Pennie Post?