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Birchbox Coupon – FREE Milk Bar Cookie Tin With Subscription

For a limited time, use coupon code MILKBAR to get Milk Bar cookie tin when you sign up for a 3-month Birchbox subscription!

Birchbox is $15 a month. Check out our reviews of Birchbox to learn more about this monthly beauty subscription box!

Details: Enter code MILKBAR in Promo Code Field at checkout to receive an assortment of Milk Bar cookies with a gift tin with the purchase of a 3, 6 or 12-Month Birchbox Beauty Subscription Plan. Your gift will ship with your first box within 10 business days of your order date. Cannot be combined with other discounts, offers or promotional codes. Previous purchases do not apply. Code cannot be applied to orders after they’ve been placed. 3, 6 and 12-Month Subscription Plans are billed monthly for the duration of the commitment and cannot be cancelled midterm. Valid for new subscribers only for a limited time or while supplies last. Void where prohibited. Cookies made in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts.

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Posted in Birchbox Coupon Codes, Subscription Boxes & Coupons| Tags: birchbox | 11 comments

Comments (11)

  1. the milk cookies are horrible, highly pass. Try dominique ansel bakery chocolate chip cookies. They are divine.

  2. I received a free Milkbar cookie a month or two ago w/ a Birchbox order. And yikes..it was absolutely vile. It was mushy and tasted like chemicals and sugar, I took one bite and threw the rest of it away. I don’t see what all the fuss is about (though based on the comment above it sounds like their ship direct line of cookies are different/better than these mass produced for the store kind).

    • These mass produced ones are a poor imitation of the ones straight from the bakery. Not worth the calories.

  3. My kids ate the Milk Bar cookies we got for free with purchase with September orders and said they were awful! I’ll pass on this!

    • Yeah, I got the free rainbow sprinkle cookie that they sent with prior orders (I think the same one you’re talking about). I love cookies and I didn’t bother to finish it. Maybe there are better Milkbar cookie flavors than the one I tried, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to order them based on the one I tasted.

      • Yes, those are the ones in the pink package. My kids love cookies normally, but these ended up thrown out with one bite taken out of them!

  4. Is better to buy the direct cookies from Milk Bar. They have a brand for super markets but they are not even close to the ones they sell through their website.

  5. I did not know that! Thanks Sarah 😀

  6. Wish I could just buy that tin of cookies lol

    • You can! They sell that exact tin at target!

      • Thank you for sharing and save me some $$! I just saw the tin on target’s website and the reviews are not stellar, so I’ll pass.

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