MunchPak Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2017
MunchPak is an assortment of new snacks along with old favorites from the U.S. and abroad. You can customize your subscription (for additional fees) from a list of preferences and can add drink options (for an additional fee) that won’t count against your snack count.
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.)
This review is of the Original MunchPak, $19.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: MunchPak
The Cost: $12.95 monthly for MunchPak Mini (5+ full-size snacks), $22.95 monthly for Original MunchPak (10+ full-size snacks), or $42.95 monthly for FamilyPak (20+ full-size snacks). Free US shipping.
COUPON: Save $2 off your first box with code ADDICTION
The Products: Snacks from around the world.
Ships to: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the USA.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
First thing you will find in your box is this postcard from MunchPak that is signed by the person who packed your box and a graphic of the state where it’s from on it. It also includes a coupon code for 20% off your next order.
Halk Turta Orange Jelly Cookies, 3.17 oz. – Value $1.00
At first glance, I was not too sure about the orange jelly cookies, but these tasted really good. The orange flavor was pretty subtle, but they were crunchy and sweet.
Ulker Halley Biscuit, 1.5 oz. – Value $1.69 (buy a 10.6 oz. pack for $16.93 on Amazon)
This cookie sort of reminded me of a Mallomar, but softer and the marshmallow wasn’t quite as sticky. These were really good!
Rip Rolls Cherry, 1.4 oz. – Value $2.00
I have had these before, but not in this flavor. This type of sour, fruity, gummy candy is my absolute favorite. While strawberry is my favorite and preferred flavor, the cherry wasn’t too bad either.
Yaokin Yaki Imo Yokan – Value $2.00
This was maybe one of the stranger things I have tasted so far. I wasn’t sure what to even expect when I saw this jelly form come out of the package. I bit into it with trepidation but was surprised to find that I tasted sweet potatoes. YES, sweet potatoes. What a strange flavor to experience in jelly form. It truly tasted just like it, but I don’t think I would eat a whole package of these things. One bite was enough for me!
Cajillions Blue Raspberry – Value $2.00
Mmmm, these were so good! I thought these would be like Nerds, but they were chewy. I would actually say these were similar to Skittles with the candy coating and chewy inside. I also love blue raspberry flavor!
Zotz Strawberry Fizz Power String – Value $1.00
Remember when I said I liked strawberry sour candy?! Well, this definitely filled that void. These hard candies are strawberry flavored, but there is a sour filling that definitely will make your mouth pucker. Loved!
Torres Selecta Black Truffle Chips, 1.41 oz. – Value $2.66 (buy 6 bags for $15.95)
Potato chips are my weakness. Put just about any flavor in front of me and I will devour them. These black truffle ones were really no different. These were very flavorful and not really something I could eat a whole lot of. The small bag was good enough!
Neal Brothers Maple Bacon Chips, 1.48 oz. – Value $3.00
Normally I wouldn’t be super into bacon flavored chips, but these tasted just like barbecue chips! Seriously, just like them. Maybe that’s way I ate the whole bag in less time than what it should have taken. So good!
Forrelli Palmeras Puff Pastry, 4.4 oz. – Value $3.00
These puff pastry cookies would be perfect with coffee in the morning or for dessert. I really like desserts that are subtly sweet and not too rich. These hit the spot for sure!
Forrelli Strawberry Wafers, 4.2 oz. – Value $2.00
All of these wafers tend to taste the same to me and these are no different. I am not a huge fan of these, but they are good. These are another treat that would be good with a nice cup of coffee.
Verdict: The estimated value of this box is $20.35 and the cost is $22.95 plus free shipping. Overall this box adds up to just below the cost and is a consistent value as with previous months. A lot of these snacks were full-size which is better than you would usually find in a snack box. Plus, there was more than just snack foods, in my opinion. All in all, this was a great box filled with a variety of amazing things and I can’t wait to try this one again.
What do you think of this month’s MunchPak?