Vistaprint Promo Box Subscription Box Review – August 2017
Promo Box from Vistaprint is a new subscription box that sends you customized items each month. Each box will include 3-5 items like: Postcards, Embroidered Polo shirt, Tote bag, Mug, Pens, Smartphone case, Signature Soft t-shirt, Note cards, Banner, Flyers, Pre-inked stamp, Window decal, and more.
If you have a business (or just want to see your name on a lot of merch) this subscription could be for you!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
When you are signing up for this subscription, you’ll provide your business name, your tagline, logos, and other preferences. They’ll use this info to make you a custom box!
The Subscription Box: Promo Box from Vistaprint
The Cost: $24.99
The Products: Each box will include 3-5 custom items like Postcards, Embroidered Polo shirt, Tote bag, Mug, Pens, Smartphone case, Signature Soft t-shirt, Note cards, Banner, Flyers, Pre-inked stamp, Window decal, and more.
Check out all of our Promo Box from Vista Print reviews!
This box comes with a card detailing your items:
Now, on to the custom swag!
Custom Tote Bag – Value $5.49
When I first saw this in the box, I was expecting it to be a canvas material, but it’s a lightweight 100% cotton fabric.
The material is sturdy, and the sewing detail on the handles is well-done. (I just wish Vista Print hadn’t split our logo like this! But oh well, I’m going to give it to my mom the next time I give her some subscription box goodies, and I’m sure she will love it!)
Custom Notepad – Value $10
This is a classic notepad, but I was actually surprised by the pricing when I looked it up. It’s nice but the quality doesn’t seem like a $10 notepad.
Custom Rack Cards – Value $15
This set of 50 rack cards is double sided on card stock with a glossy finish on one side. I actually didn’t know what rack cards were until I got this box. These are for promoting your business in a neighborhood (I hate that) or to display lists, menus, etc. Not a good fit for MSA, but I could see how this would be useful for most companies.
And each box comes with $10 in Vista Print cash to use on whatever products you like!
Verdict: I think this is a great box for businesses that want to test out Vistaprint’s quality and see and touch products in real life before purchasing. The value of the items in this box works out to be about $30 and you get $10 to spend on a future purchase.
This box was mostly a miss for me in terms of the items and designs, though.
What do you think of Promo Box from Vistaprint? Are you going to try this subscription?