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Tennis Trunk Subscription Box Review + Coupon – December 2017

Rob Keating
ByRob KeatingDec 16, 2017 | 0 comments

Tennis Trunk December 2017

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Tennis Trunk is a monthly subscription box that provides essential tennis equipment and accessories to your door. Choose between women's and men's trunks and pick your t-shirt size and tennis ball type.

Tennis Trunk December 2017

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This is a review of the Men's Trunk, $31.95 a month, box.

Tennis Trunk December 2017

About Tennis Trunk

The Subscription Box: Tennis Trunk

The Cost: $31.95 a month + $7.95 shipping

ACTIVE DEAL: Get free shipping on your first box!


Use code FIVEOFF to save $5.00 off your first box!

The Products: 2 cans of premium tennis balls and tennis accessories

Ships to: US only

Tennis Trunk December 2017 Review

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk sends an informative packet of what’s inside your shipment, along with a little descriptive note about each product. 

Now let's take a look at what's inside the December box!

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Wilson US Open Tennis Balls, 2 cans - Buy a case of 24 cans for $89.99

As in every Tennis Trunk shipment, I received two cans of tennis balls. This month, I received Wilson brand, which is my go-to when playing. I tend to lose tennis balls left and right on the court, so I'm happy to receive two cans in every shipment. I definitely need them.  It's also great because my dog loves them, too! 

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk December 2017

2Toms Grip Shield, 1.5 oz - Retail Value $10.00

I've never seen anything like this before, but I'm glad that I'm aware of it now! This grip shield is meant to help reduce moisture in your hands while giving you a better grip on your racket. If you're a sweaty person like me and play tennis mostly during hot weather, then this is for you! I also really appreciate that it drys quickly and clear without leaving any residue on your racket or your hands.

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tourna Tac Grips, (3 Grips) - Retail Value $5.45 (Found here for $4.42)

I've been looking for new grips lately, so these came at the right time! The grips are pretty substantial and overall, have a sticky feel, so I do feel like they'll hold up when I sweat, which tends to be a lot during the summer. I also appreciate that they are moisture absorbing, so this will hopefully help me from throwing my racket, which I do from time to time.

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk December 2017

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Skratch Labs Energy Bars (2 bars) - Retail Value $5.30 ($2.65 each)

I've never heard of this brand before, but I'm glad to learn about it. These are some of the best energy bars I've ever tasted! I received 2 flavors: Cherry/Pistachio and Chocolate Chip Almond. I'm leaning towards the cherry as my favorite, but both are extremely tasty. I also really appreciate that while being so good in taste, that they're actually really good for me, too! Each bar has plant-based ingredients and is made with 50% less sugar compared to leading brands. If you have the chance to try this brand, I suggest you do. You won't regret it!

Tennis Trunk December 2017

Tennis Trunk December 2017

The Serve Master - Retail Value $49.95

I was pretty confused as to what this was when I first opened the package, but after reading the name and description, it seems pretty cool! The serve master is meant to help you practice your serve and help perfect the motion and arm path, to ensure you're serving in proper form. I tend to serve out quite a bit, so I hope this helps! If you're curious to see how it works, there's a video in the link above!

The Verdict: I continue to be impressed with Tennis Trunk and the quality of the products they send each month! The value received in this month's shipment is at least $70.79, not counting the balls. If I estimate the value of the two individual cans of tennis balls based on the bulk package I found online, the total value is about $78.29, which exceeds the price paid ($31.95 + $7.95 shipping). I would recommend this subscription to anyone who plays tennis and is looking to explore more gear!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Sign up by the 23rd of each month to get the following month's Tennis Trunk.

Coupon – Use code MSA05 to get free shipping on your first box! OR Use code FIVEOFF to save $5 off your first box!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $39.90 (price + shipping), but I received about $78.29 (including my estimated value of the two cans of tennis balls based on the bulk package I found). Even without the tennis balls, this box has a value of $70.79, which exceeds the cost of the box. The average price for each item (or set of items, such as the granola bars) in the box would be $7.98.

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"Tennis Trunk aims to provide tennis players with essential equipment they need to keep practicing on their forehands, backhands, volleys and everything in between. In fact, they'll deliver equipment you can use on the courts every month, right to your door. Their team scours the country every mon... read more.
Rob Keating
Rob Keating
Rob has been fascinated with the subscription box world ever since he was gifted a Birchbox Man membership in 2015. His food and fashion obsession are now under control with Hello Fresh and Stitch Fix.

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