NatureBox Membership Review + Coupon – March 2018


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Naturebox is once again offering their monthly subscription plan to new subscribers!

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My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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About NatureBox

The Subscription Box: NatureBox

The Cost: $24.99/month with free shipping

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Get a free 3-pack single serving sampler and save 25% off your first NatureBox purchase when you spend $10!

  • Use this link to get the sweet 3-pack sampler, plus 25% off your first order!
  • Use this link to get the salty 3-pack sampler, plus 25% off your first order!

The Products: All snacks are made from wholesome ingredients and minimally processed – no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners. The $24.99 subscription includes full-size bags of their best selling snacks each month.

Good to Know: Naturebox also still has their membership plan open, too, where you can pay $50/year (which gets credited back to your account) and you choose the snacks yourself at a discounted price instead of automatically receiving a new box each month.

Ships To: U.S. and Canada

NatureBox March 2018 Review

Honey BBQ Crunch

Honey BBQ Crunch – Buy a 2-pack for $6.99

This is what I would describe as a good “beer mix”. I could see myself munching on this watching football on a Sunday afternoon. Peanuts, pretzels, and cashews in a honey bbq seasoning. It’s definitely sweeter than it is salty.

Honey Dijon Pretzels 

Honey Dijon Pretzels – Buy a 2-pack for $5.99

I really liked these..and I’m afraid I’m addicted. Super savory honey mustard flavors coat crunchy pretzel bits. They are for sure finger licking good.

Sweet & Salt Nut Medley

Sweet & Salt Nut Medley – Buy a 2-pack for $6.99

These are also dangerously addictive. The right mix of sweet and salty for me. If I put these in a bowl and left it out, the bowl would be empty in no time. Honey roasted peanuts, almonds and cashews make up this nutty mix.

Mint Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies: Limited Edition

I have dreams of making mini-ice cream sandwiches with these. Minty, chocolatey crunchy little treats. These were super fresh and had such a wonderfully strong mint flavor to them. I had to put the bag away or I was going to finish them all in one night.

Aged Cheddar Lentil Loops 

Aged Cheddar Lentil Loops – Buy a 2-pack for $5.99

This is the only item that I was not a fan of. I would describe them as crunchy onion rings, or at least that’s the flavor I get. These baked lentil and potato crisps are definitely fun looking and an interesting snack to put out for company. They are definitely savory and flavorful, just not a flavor profile that I’m personally fond of.

Verdict: It’s not often an entire subscription box wows me, but Naturebox came close. I could’ve done without the lentil loops, but I would have no problem reordering anything else from this box again. Without a doubt, the honey dijon pretzels were my favorite.

To Wrap Up:

Can I still get this box if I sign up today? No, you will receive a new curation of snacks.

Coupon – Use this link to get a FREE trial NatureBox!

Value Breakdown: This box cost me $24.99 including free shipping, which means that each of the 5 items in the box has an average cost of $5.00. 

Check out all of our 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.

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Written by Jeff Perry

Jeff Perry

Jeff is an industrial designer who spends as much free time as possible in the great outdoors or in the kitchen cooking. He enjoys hiking, camping, craft beer, good food, good tunes and the role of cat dad. Getting new surprises in the mail every month is why he loves subscription boxes.

Posted in Nature Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: nature box | 1 comment

1 Comment

  1. I loved Naturebox, but they got rid of my two favorite snacks, the absolutely divine lemon tea biscuits and the double chocolate brownie cookies. These were so decadent tasting which made it a miracle that they weren’t incredibly unhealthy. Without these two, I don’t see much point in purchasing anymore. BTW, are these peppermint chocolate cookies new or old? I don’t see them on the website!

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