NatureBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 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.
DEAL: 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 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.
Aged Cheddar Lentil Loops, 3 oz – Value $3.79 (member price $2.99)
I had a similar BBQ snack in my last box, and I can’t decide which one I liked better! The cheese flavor wasn’t as strong as the previous BBQ snack. These are super crispy and light. They make a great salad or soup topping too if you like to add a bit of crunch.
Crème Brûlèe Peanuts, 6 oz – Value $4.99 (member price $2.99)
These candied peanuts were a real treat! They’re little bites of crunchy sweet and salty peanut-y goodness and reminded me of Cracker Jack, only so much better. These obviously aren’t *super* healthy because they are mostly nuts and sugar, but like all NatureBox snacks, the ingredients are simple and straightforward.
Whole Wheat Blueberry Figgy Bars, 6 oz – Value $4.49 (member price $3.49)
Fig bars are one of my all-time favorite snacks, but I’d never tried NatureBox’s version until now. The blueberry is nice here, though I thought these could have used just a little more filling and less of the whole wheat bar. Even though they weren’t my favorite snack, they were just 100 calories each and super filling.
Bonus: These are great treats to share with my toddler (assuming my husband and I don’t eat them all first), and since they’re individually packaged, they’re easy to bring along on errands.
Vanilla Bean Wafers, 5 oz – Value $3.79 (member price $2.99)
I wasn’t expecting much from these, but wow! The vanilla bean is awesome, and it’s even better since these are made with real butter – they’re basically tiny, super-rich shortbread cookies. I couldn’t help but think they’d be perfect with a cup of tea for an afternoon pick-me-up.
White Cheddar Caramel Popcorn, 3.05 oz – Value $3.29 (member price $2.49)
This might sound like a weird combination to some, but I recognized this as a classic “Chicago style” mix: cheese + caramel popcorn in one handful. I don’t often reach for popcorn as a snack, but this really, really good. The white cheddar was rich, the popcorn was crisp and tasted fresh, and the caramel wasn’t too overwhelming – it provided just a bit of sweetness and crunch.
Verdict: This box was full of amazing goodies, and I was so impressed with the simple ingredients in all of these snacks. And even after sampling everything in the box, I feel like there’s still a lot left to share, which isn’t always the case with snack subscriptions! Overall, I like Naturebox‘s approach! The member prices are great, the quality is excellent, and the variety is great: three of my snacks this month were gluten-free, and they have a good variety of low calorie, low sugar, and low salt options too. I’m already looking forward to next month.
Since they don’t offer the subscription option anymore – consider starting with their “Great 8” Snack selection (including those delicious mini vanilla bean wafers!) to see if Naturebox is worth it for yourself.
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