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Weekend Giveaway: Win A School Year’s Worth of CampusCube!

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Weekend Giveaway time! One winner will be chosen at random to win a full school year (6 boxes total) from CampusCube! 

CampusCube is a college care package subscription box that contains “healthy, delicious, fun & useful items guaranteed to make your favorite student smile!” Each CampusCube includes healthy snacks, useful gadgets, and personal care items, while the box upcycles into useful, colorful dorm room storage. They also donate a portion of every sale to national scholarship organizations.

Check out our CampusCube Reviews to learn more!

Enter using the giveaway widget below – don’t forget to complete all the options for maximum entries! (Winner will be contacted by email – make sure to enter with an email account you check frequently.)

If you do the refer-a-friend entry option in this giveaway, you’ll get the entries for that once the friend has entered the giveaway. Giveaway is open only to US residents 18 and over, and entries will be accepted through Friday September 8th at Noon Eastern.

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  1. Lip balm 🙂

  2. Energy snacks & room decor are best.

  3. You can’t go wrong with snacks and caffeinated beverages.

  4. Snacks, upgraded skincare, and giftcards!

  5. Snack, office supply

  6. Snacks, accessories like socks, hair ties and cute totes to throw a bunch of books/snacks/phone etc. in when on the go…

  7. I would like to see caffeine snacks

  8. Snacks!

  9. Snacks, unusual high quality stationery items, and a compact first aid kit.

  10. Feminine care products, string lights, earbuds, and gum would be on my college-aged daughter’s list!

  11. My daughter would love beauty items, snacks, and personal care to replenish her toiletries.

  12. Coffee

  13. Snacks, stationary, pens, blanket, lotion.

  14. Sheet masks, toothpaste, lip balm, razors.

  15. food that is quick but healthier than ramen (the main college diet) followed by snacks!

  16. I would have LOVED a Rocketbook Wave Smart notebook in college. You can write in them with their pens, snap a picture and it automatically turns them into a PDF and sends them to evernote or google docs or wherever you tell it to send it (you circle a symbol to tell it where to send). The best part is they’re reusable, and you just microwave them to make the ink disappear.

    • I never heard of a Rocketbook, but after looking it up, I want one too!

      • Me three!!!! That would have been incredible to have!

  17. For sure, Frixion erasable pens and Post-It tape flags

  18. Candy, some sort of organizer for your closet, microwave Mac and cheese

  19. Personal care items, good quality pens and pencils, and pizza coupons.

  20. Snacks

  21. I can never get enough notepads and sticky notes 🙂

  22. Snacks, techie stuff, sheet masks and anything from Lush!!!

  23. Edibles? Duh, that’s a given. Mugs/Useful Gadgets? Yes, truly! How about a printout of scholarships? And/Or scholarship sites. A couple of popular books. Because reading for class isn’t recreational reading.

  24. Vegan snacks, blankets, school supplies, and skincare/makeup are great for campus boxes

  25. Any of the items in the cubes is good for a college student and her friends!

  26. food and getting small items to decorate your dorm with

  27. Snacks, new trendy personal care items, fun decor items

  28. Boxes of individually packaged treats, instant coffee, tea and cocoa. Treats from other countries. Dip mix and crackers. Gift certificates.

  29. Tech items

  30. Key ring, picture frame for pics with new friends, desk blotter/calendar, locket necklace for pic of boyfriend, family etc. so they can always be with you.

  31. I would say things that encourage being social/ meeting new people. Games, shareable snacks, random fun activities.

  32. Snacks

  33. Well, I sent various monthly subscriptions to my college kids. The snack foods weren’t a raving success. I send my son a razor subscription and that was appreciated (last year DSC, but this year I’ll send Gillette). I got his girlfriend the Walmart Beauty box – $5 quarterly tells her someone’s thinking of her. I’ve also given them meal subscriptions (Blue Apron, Green Chef) which are much appreciated since they have to cook (and it’s below freezing in winter in Idaho!) I’m going to try the period boxes for the girlfriend & my daughter this year. – I liked the review “best period box, period” and want to try a few mentioned.

  34. Snacks, writing tools, something to corral items on top of and in desk drawers

  35. College kids LOVE quality food! And would benefit from organizational items!

  36. Candles, food, and skincare products!

  37. One of the book crates would be cool and of course food.

  38. Personal care items and snacks!

  39. Definitely snacks! Maybe some essential oils…

  40. Chocolate, teabags, healthy snacks…

  41. my son just went back to school so this is great.

  42. usually just food honestly, and maybe self care items like shampoo and deodorant. Those the things most college students just don’t have money for.

  43. Food/snacks, toiletries, journal/planner! 🙂

  44. Personal care items, socks, snack bars and tea/coffee singles.

  45. Snacks and an occasional elite/fancy journal, pens, pencils, etc.

  46. Snacks and small emergency items like toothpaste and deodorant,for when they run out.

  47. Snacks and personal care items.

  48. When I was in my dorm I always appreciated little things to help me decorate my space. Post cards with cool art on them, cool magnets.

  49. Fun snacks, always!

  50. I think the snacks are perfect because what college student doesn’t want / need lots of snacks?!

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