NatureBox Membership Review + Coupon – August 2017
NatureBox has updated their subscription model. NatureBox is now a members-only snack buying service – the membership cost is $5 a month. That $5 will be credited towards your first snack purchase every month. You can cancel your membership at any time. You may buy as many snacks as you like each month – the $5 is simply for access to purchase the snacks. If you do not use the $5 in during the month, it will roll over to the new month.
If you were on a recurring subscription plan, those deliveries will continue – which also grants us a free membership to the new Club – so we can buy additional snacks. NatureBox is no longer open to new subscriptions, though, only to the new NatureBox Club membership.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: NatureBox
The Cost: $5 a month for membership. That credit is applied to your account for buying snacks each month and rolls over month-to-month
COUPON: Get 25% off plus a FREE full-sized bag of Big Island Pineapple, no coupon code required, just use this link!
For a limited time, get 3 snacks free with code GET3 at checkout! (New customers only, $20 minimum purchase)
The Products: All snacks are made from wholesome ingredients and minimally processed – no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.
Ships To: U.S. and Canada
Check out all of our NatureBox Reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Snack Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the NatureBox profile page.
Here’s the invoice that came with the box. I can’t wait to try these snacks!
There’s also a Hello Fresh coupon! Find out more about Hello Fresh by reading these reviews.
Blueberry, Apple & Sunflower Seed Oatmeal 3 pack – Value $5.99/Member Price $4.99
At first I was like “Ughhhh oatmeal” but then I remembered that I never eat breakfast because I am super lazy and sleep as late as humanly possible before having to go to work. How does that turn this around? It means that with these little ready-to-go oatmeal cups, I will be able to stave off the impending hangry that is looming by lunch time for at least another hour. All I had to do was add boiling water and wait four minutes. This oatmeal tasted super good and healthy, which chunks of apple and blueberry throughout. The sunflower seeds are a nice touch as well.
Mocha Almond Bar x 3 – Total Value $4.50/Member Price $3.00 (linked to the 12 pack for $11.99)
Daaaaang this is good! I really like fruit + nut bars like this since I am always running around like a crazy person and sometimes can’t (won’t?) stop to eat. This is yet another tool to fight the hangry that I am so susceptible to. The ingredients here are pretty simple and contain almonds, peanuts, walnuts, dark chocolate, brown rice syrup, honey, raisins, apricots… I could go on. Basically, delicious, real whole foods that will give you a little boost when you’re fading. Big ups!
Whole Wheat Chocolate Animal Crackers, 5 oz. – Value $3.29/Member Price $2.99
I brought these and the rest of the following snacks over to a friend’s house last night to share, and the gang was split on these. One friend declared them to be bland, and another thought they were addictive. There’s not a whole lot of expectation when it comes to animal crackers, but these did taste a bit “too healthy” to me. I’m guessing it just doesn’t have as much sugar as other leading animal crackers, plus the whole wheat factor will really give it that “healthy flavor”. Ha. This would probably be a great stand in for kid’s lunches if you’re trying to go a less sugary route.
Cashew Crumble, 4 oz. – Value $4.79/Member Price $3.29
Eric from MSA warned me that these treats were tasty as heck, and he was not lying. Among my group of friends, the general healthy one who thought the animal crackers were bland, deemed these the best of the bunch. I once again agree with him. They are cookie-coated cashews, which already sounds awesome. They come as little clusters and have the perfect sweet-to-salty ratio, in my opinion. The bag was gone by the end of the night.
Spicy Pub Mix, 5 oz. – Value $4.69/Member Price $3.29
This is another crowd pleaser, although there was some left. Maybe not everyone is into spicy snacks? I sure am though, and these remind me of the Sriracha Cashews that I tried back in June. This mix begs to be enjoyed with a cold brewski and contains almonds, peanuts, and pretzels with not only chili powder, but also cayenne. Yummers in my tummers.
Verdict: Naturebox is a pretty rad membership subscription that makes it easy to make healthy choices in your snacking life. They offer a pretty huge array of cookies, chips, candies, fruits, nuts, and any other snack under the sun. This box contained $23.26 of noms for a membership discounted $17.56, part of which was covered by my $5.00 membership fee. This was a great success to bring to a gathering of semi-healthy friends, and I even have a few breakfasts and snack bars left over.
Do you subscribe to Naturebox? What’s your favorite snack?