Pennie Post Subscription Review + Coupon – July 2016
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The Subscription Box: Pennie Post
The Cost: $10.23 per month
COUPON: 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. We all received a note from Pennie Post that says this month’s theme is, “Happy Camper”. It also tells you the name of each card included in the package. All cards from this month are blank inside.
Buffalo Plaid Mini Card – Value $1.42
I’m not sure what I’ll use this for at the moment, but I’m sure to attach it to a gift for a man. It’s very masculine and gives me the feeling of a thick winter sweater.
Mountain Adventure Card – $3.00
If this was printed on white cardstock I’d color it in for sure. I’m not sure how well this cardboard will take markers and gel pens so I’ll find another way to make it stand out. I really love it.
Happy Camper Letterpress Card – $5.00
Super cute card. This will be an awesome gift addition for someone about to hit the road to college or a different type of adventure.
Big Dipper and the Little Dipper. Pennie Post suggest gifting this for a newlywed or newly engaged couple, and I agree. Side note: I’m horrible at finding constellations. I’d never make it in the wild without the help of modern technology, but I always and still to this day enjoy visiting planetariums and national parks.
Verdict: Pennie Post had an estimated retail value of $13.42. The value comes just over the cost of the subscription and that’s great in my opinion. I’m pleased with the cardstock quality and variety fonts. I really enjoy the curation of this subscription as well. All the cards fit well in the Happy Camper theme and there’s a card for a good number of occasions.
What did you think about Pennie Post?