Uncorked Box Subscription Review + Coupon – September 2017
Uncorked Box’s founder Amanda, took her love of subscription boxes and wine related items and formed a monthly box where she shares her fun and unique wine finds with her subscribers.
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The Subscription Box: Uncorked Box
The Cost: $30.00 a month, $85.50 for a 3-month subscription, $162 for a 6-month subscription and $288 for a 12-month subscription. Free shipping.
COUPON: Use code FREEADDICTION to receive a free gift with your first box! (Gifts value vary between $4-$8)
The Products: A monthly delivery of 4 to 7 wine related items and some products to pair with wine.
Ship to: United States
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Each month there is an info card with box contents on the back and on the front the box theme. This month’s theme is “Red Wine”.
Wine Wipes, 1 packet – Value $0.54 (buy a 50-pack for $27.00)
This is intended to wipe teeth and mouth of any traces of red wine. Unfortunately, I don’t have any red wine on hand but I will save these when I go wine tasting. It would have been nice to have a pack of these instead of one single wipe.
Postcard – Value $1.00?
A standard postcard with a gas pump on the front and “Red Wine” inscribed on top of the gas pump and “Dream Big” written on the bottom of the postcard. This is unusual to see a postcard in a subscription box. It can be daunting to have a variety of products that aren’t repeated in boxes and I appreciate how this box has a wide selection of products and brands featured each month. I can always use more postcards to send to my penpals.
9 to 5 Mini Easel – Value $5.00?
This mini easel has “Working 9 to Wine” on the front of the easel with wine bottles underneath. I found the product on a wholesale website that didn’t have the price so my price is a guess. This will be a nice addition to my wine décor in my living room.
Red Wine Stain Emergency Kit – Value $10.01
The kit comes with two 7.5ml. bottles (purse size) to remove red wines stains. Shake well, spray stain, and launder. I have seen these around and was curious how well they work and now I can test out the next time I have a red wine spill, which doesn’t happen that often.
Red Wine Stud Earrings – Value $9.95
These cute stemless red wine earrings are adorable. They fit right over my ear lobe, measuring at 8 mm x 8 mm. The earrings are nickel -free and hypoallergenic.
Foil Cutter – Value $1.99
This burgundy foil cutter has a four blade flexible grip and intends to cut the foil on my wine bottles with ease. I don’t own a foil cutter so I was happy to see in this month’s box.
Wine Glass Coasters – Total Value $5.97 ($1.99 each)
These wine glass coasters are made from bamboo and Uncorked Box suggests using as mini cheese boards. I like the idea of using as mini cheese boards as well as coasters. I received three coasters. They are sold separately on the website. The coasters are thick and sturdy. I have accumulated a variety of coasters from this box and it’s always fun to bring out according to what season or theme I’m wanting to display.
Verdict: The Uncorked Box has a value of $34.46 which is above the cost of the box. This box delivers in value and it’s a favorite of mine. The boxed value is either at $30.00 or above, there are 6-7 items included each month and the contents are fun, creative, and useful. This box is specific to wine lovers and sends me an assortment of wine accessories as well as lifestyle items each month. This month’s box was a treat and the focus on red wine was nice. Having the red wine stain removers was a suitable choice; everyone needs wine removers.
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