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Today Only! Dinnerly Coupon – 51% Off Your First Box!

Today only, use coupon code DFSA20N to save 51% ($20) off your first Dinnerly meal box. (Dinnerly is regularly $30 + $8.99 shipping)

Dinnerly is the most affordable meal kit subscription box, at just $5 per serving. It was created for people who like homemade cooking, but don’t like overpaying for the good things in life. They use the same quality ingredients as other meal kits, but keep the cost low by taking a simpler approach: digital recipe cards instead of paper, fewer ingredients per dish (which means less chopping and cleaning), simple packaging, and no fancy marketing campaigns.

The Box: Dinnerly

The Cost: Choose between a $30.99 Two Person Box + $8.99 Shipping (3 recipes for 2 people) or $60.99 Family Box + $8.99 Shipping (3 recipes for 2 adults and 2 kids)

The Products: Pre-portioned ingredients to cook meals in under 30 minutes. Each meal includes 6 ingredients and Dinnerly features quality ingredients like antibiotic chicken and free range ground beef to make family favorite meals like spaghetti with sausage meatballs and pan roasted chicken.

Ships to: Limited US availability. Dinnerly currently delivers to most of California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Texas, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Georgia, Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, New York, Maryland, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, D.C., and Florida!

Check out our Dinnerly Reviews to see what you can expect from this box!

Full details: Only valid for new customers. Get $20 off your first order. Valid until 04/20/18. Cannot be combined with other offers. T&Cs of Marley Spoon Inc apply.

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Posted in Dinnerly Coupon, Subscription Boxes & Coupons| Tags: dinnerly | 4 comments

Comments (4)

  1. My previous comment is floating around cyberspace somewhere. Can you choose your recipes? I couldn’t find a menu. I’d also love more options. The Family pack isn’t big enough with the kids being giant, starving teenagers. A family of 6 option would be awesome.

    • They just added a feature where you can choose your meals. I have tried several different meal subscription boxes and while this one isn’t my favorite It’s in a solid second place.
      Pros- cheap and easy/no prep
      Cons- I really missed the fresh ingredients of most meal subscription boxes I felt like a lot of their produce was canned or processed

      • Good to know, thanks Mic! I don’t use a lot of canned/processed ingredients, besides beans and tomatoes. I’m not starting now.

  2. I’d like to try this sub, it looks much more my speed then other boxes. I’m a great cook, but in poor health, so I need really easy to make meals. I can’t find a menu, I’d like to search and see what entrees there are. Can I choose all the items I want? I wish they had another option. I have 5 adult sized people in my house, but usually only cook for 4. I’d like a family of 6 option. I have 2 tween/teen boys, I call them garbage cans. They’re always hungry. I’m doubt the family box would be enough.

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