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NatureBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 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 a 30-day free trial membership when you join! No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: All snacks are made from wholesome ingredients and minimally processed – no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.

Ships To: US and Canada

Check out all of my 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.




Cheddar & Hatch Chile Crackers

If you love Cheez-Its, you will love these crackers! The overwhelming flavor is the cheddar, while the green chiles at a very minimal spicy pop at the end.


I was unsure about these – but they are now a favorite!




Cherry Berry Bonanza

This is just a mixed of dried berries – cranberries, cherries, and blueberries to be more specific.


I was worried that this would be tart – but the sweet levels of the different berries seem to even out the tartness. These are very good if you have a sweet tooth and are looking for an alternative.




Mixed Nuts

Like the berries above, this is a simple snack – a mix of cashews, almonds, brazil nuts, and pecans.


There aren’t any special ingredients here. The nuts are roasted and salted – for me, they’re perfectly simple and delicious.




Cinnamon Yogurt Pretzels

I’ve tried Blueberry and Strawberry in the past two months – both to immediate fanfare and an empty bag – so I’m very excited for these to be in my February box.


These might be my favorite of the 3 flavors I’ve tried. They’re sweet, but not overly sweet, while the cinnamon flavor is subtle. Very good.




Cranberry Almond Bites

The last treats of the month are little rice squares loaded with almonds and cranberries.


Again, this hits the “sweet, but not overly sweet” sweet spot (pun intended). Almost too easily snackable, these ones disappeared quickly!

Verdict: This month was another grand slam for me from Naturebox. The simple snacks and still tasty, while the more ingredient-packed snacks are also packed with flavor. I’m loving these snacks. Since they don’t offer the subscription option anymore – consider starting with their “Great 8” Snack selection to see if Naturebox is a good fit for you.

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

Posted in Nature Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: nature box | 8 comments

Comments (8)

  1. TOTALLY UNDERHANDED! Nature box customer service is the worst I’ve ever encountered! I was on the subscription service, but canceled it in November. Then in Feb I received an email about a sale on some items, so I bought +$65 worth of stuff. I was charged shipping, but they say orders +20 are free shipping, so I figured no problem, I’d email and get it straightened out. What a run-around! And then in Mar I was charged $5. Apparently in the fine print (you know, check the box if you’ve read the fine print) I had agreed to become a member! There was no indication of this on any other screen or on the website or the checkout.

  2. This was my very first subscription box. Although I love Nature Box, I don’t still subscribe, but it’s tempting to resign up. Their blueberry almonds & dried pineapple are amazing. Target is suppose to carry them now, but unfortunately my closest Target isn’t one of the participating ones.

  3. Do not waste your time with this service. I have ordered two boxes and so has my brother. The snacks have been overall quite delicious, but the shipping is terrible. between the two of us we have yet to receive a box in less than two weeks, even though they claim 5-7 day shipping. The worst is my brothers current Nature Bow order, it has been over three weeks and the box has yet to leave their facility. We have contacted them twice and both times they apologized and promised to send the box out the next business day. Time will tell if they actually send it out this time, but regardless the total time to receive this box will be 4, if not 5 weeks.

  4. How do these compare to graze snacks?

    • I think both offer a good mix of tasty and healthy options, but I think Naturebox has the tastier snacks – I’m not certain how they would compare if you’re looking for healthy snacks, though. Naturebox is more expensive, but you’re getting a much larger quantity of snacks. If there is any specific aspect you’re interested, let me know!

  5. Are the bags still $4 each? I’m on the old subscription model that is $19.99 for 5 bags. Wondering if I should change to the new plan so I don’t have to get them each month if we still have snacks left over.

    • The cost of the snacks differ per snack. The average cost per bag seems to be between $3-$5 per bag – you can check out the price of the snacks you’re most interested in on their site.

      • Thanks, I didn’t realize they added the prices!

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