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Jackie’s Chocolate Coupon – 50% Off Your First Box!

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Meet Jackie's Chocolates, a subscription to satisfy all your chocolate cravings!

For a limited time, use coupon code MSA50 to save 50% off your first month of Jackie’s Chocolate!

Jackie’s Chocolate is an artisan chocolatier that makes its delicious, luxury chocolates by hand, the old-fashioned way. They offer three subscription levels: A Little Taste (5-6 chocolates, $9.95/month + $5.95 US shipping), Let’s Indulge (10-12 chocolates, $19.95/month + $9.95 US shipping), and Enough to Share (20-24 chocolates, $39.95/month + $14.95 US shipping). Ships to: US & Canada.

Read our full review to learn more about the handmade sweets we received in the “Let’s Indulge!” box!

Full details: 50% discount available on all 3 tiers. Discount does not apply to shipping. 

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7 Comments

  1. The chocolates are wounderful and so tasteful! Just wish a description or at least a name card of each of the chocolates for you could order more in the future.

  2. Shipping in the US is apparently $9.95 and when you apply MSA50 discount, you still end up paying $20 for the indulge subscription. So basically it’s a free shipping coupon. I don’t understand what is the point of false advertising if boxes don’t want to offer steep discounts. :/

    • Thanks for catching that, we thought the shipping price was the same for all of the subscriptions but it looks like $5.95 is just for the smallest one. We’ll update the post!

    • Sorry for the confusion. The shipping rates for each subscription level are:

      A Little Taste $5.95

      Let’s Indulge $9.95

      Enough to Share $14.95

      • That is some very heavy chocolate.

        • Not so much the chocolate, but the ice. We want each order to arrive in yummy condition. 🙂

        • I’m not familiar with this particular brand of chocolates, but I definitely understand the high shipping prices. In college I worked for a small French chocolatier in the south, and we shipped anywhere in the US even during summer. Typically, good quality chocolates won’t have added preservatives, and have a lower melting point than say a Hershey bar. We sometimes had people balk at our shipping prices, but we stood by our methods and would replace our products free of charge if the customer provided photographic evidence that they arrived damaged/melted. Our shipping was 2-day priority, must be signed for (could not be left outside on a doorstep) and included lots of insulation and ice packs. We shipped truffles, bars, chocolate-covered things etc, but also special sculpted and finely molded pieces as well, and they still stood up to the rigors of shipping. And of course, more chocolate requires a bigger box with more insulation/padding/ice, driving up the cost.

          So yeah, a long-winded way of saying that high shipping for chocolate does kinda suck, but sucks way less than coming home to find a melted puddle of truffles and lots of happy ants waiting for you. 🙂 However, I can understand your frustration. It would probably be more helpful if the company had this kind of information on their page so that the consumer could understand where the shipping cost was coming from. Also, I don’t know if they do priority 2-day like we did, or offer free replacements as was our policy. Again, this would be good info for the consumer to have so as to avoid sticker shock and confusion.

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