PrettyFit Fitness Subscription Box Review + Coupon- Jun 2016
PrettyFit is a women’s fitness and health subscription box. You can preview the boxes before they ship and skip any month you aren’t interested in. You can also request to receive a different pack if it is still available, instead of the current month’s pack. This review is for the Summer Kickstarter Kit.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: PrettyFit
The Cost: $49 with subscription, $55 for one-time purchase of any pack
COUPON: Use code WELCOME20 to 20% off any subscription.
The Products: Health and fitness snacks, food, supplements, etc.
Ships to: US (free for members and including APO and FPO addresses)
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This box doesn’t typically come with an information card, but the list of products and more information will usually be available online if you are interested. There was some more information on a few products in the box.
MP Combat 100% Whey in Vanilla (29 servings, 2 lbs) – Value $34.39
I am quite familiar with this product as I am making my way through another full-size container that I got in Monarch Fitness last month. I think it blends into my smoothies pretty well and I know I need more protein so I lose fat without losing muscle. Anyway, I will never have to buy more at the rate I am going!
Buff Bake Protein Peanut Butter in White Chocolate (32 g) – Value $1.63
Buff Bake Protein Peanut Butter in Red Velvet (32 g) – Value $1.63
Buff Bake Protein Peanut Butter in Chocolate Chip (32 g) – Value $1.63
I’ve seen a lot of Buff Bake in PrettyFit. But, it is another product I like. I think I mentioned in one of my previous reviews that I’d love to try the Red Velvet flavor and now I get to. (I’m saving these for peanut butter sandwich week at work – I have a rotation.) I actually like getting single-serve packets of peanut butter because then I don’t have to weigh or measure it (I am counting calories right now).
Hyperbiotics Pro-Women Probiotic (30 tablets, vegetarian) – Value $22.95
I was looking for a new probiotic and I had not heard of this brand before. I appreciate getting a full size bottle, plus it’s vegetarian. It’s too soon to see if this is working, but it is an item that I definitely appreciate getting.
Tufmed Tufhands (2.5 oz) – Value $14.99
This is supposed to be great for hands with blisters, cuts, etc. I am hoping it is equally good for hands with cat bites and scratches because that is how my hands are most likely to be damaged in the upcoming months (winter is another story). But, I’m a fan of this brand and I am glad to have a chance to try another one of their products.
Viter Energy Vitermints (20 pieces, 0.63 oz) – Value $4.97
Here is another product I will never have to buy because I am averaging about one full-size container per month. I am not the biggest fan of the taste and texture, but I do think they provide me with a good pick-me-up. I am taking this container to work and leaving it in my desk for sleepy afternoons.
BPI Sports Best Protein Bar in S’Mores (1/2 size) – Value $1.25
BPI Sports Best Protein Bar in Cookies & Cream (1/2 size) – Value $1.25
I like a lot of BPI sports products (BCAA supplements, etc.), but I didn’t realize they made protein bars. These were OK but not my favorite (a little too sweet, I think, and more calories than I’d like). They do both have interesting textures with bits of graham cracker and cookies in them, so if you don’t like protein bars with uniform texture, you may want to try these.
Verdict: I calculated a value of about $85.29 for this PrettyFit box. That’s definitely over the cost of the subscription and is a pretty good value for a box consisting primarily of food. I am especially happy to get the probiotic (and that it’s vegetarian) and I am already a fan of the protein powder as well as Buff Bake. So this was a good month for me!
This subscription seems to alternate between supplement-heavy months and protein bar/powder/etc. heavy months. What I like is that you can customize it – if a certain month is not for you, you can skip or request an alternate pack. This makes it a great subscription for vegetarians, because you can take the protein boxes and skip any gelatin-containing supplements. Many of the items are also gluten free. This subscription is probably not a good choice for vegans, however, because I see a lot of honey, dairy, and sometimes egg.
What did you think of the June PrettyFit box?