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GMA Discover The Deal Box Available Now + Full Spoilers

Good Morning America has a new, one-time-purchase, Discover the Deal box available now. (Thanks for the heads up, Luna!)

Pamper yourself with 25 full-size products from powerhouse brands!

Each box is a smart mix of 25 FULL-SIZE items to enjoy in four popular categories:

  • Beauty
  • Skincare
  • Problem Solvers
  • Accessories
  • No sample sizes
  • Plus exclusive discount codes for future purchases


The Box: GMA Discover The Deal Box

The Cost: $86 + free shipping (a $545 value)

The Products:

    • Ofra Cosmetics Retrograde Highlighter ($35 value)
    • Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel ($25 value)
    • WEN by Chaz Dean Tea Tree ReMoist Hydrating Hair Mask ($72 value)
    • LAURA GELLER Iconic Baked Sculpting Lipstick in Lexington Ave Coral ($21 value)
    • Vita Liberata Fabulous Self Tanning Gradual Tan Lotion ($20 value)
    • butter LONDON Double Decker Lashes™ Mascara ($20 value)
    • The Cottage Greenhouse Carrot & Neroli Handcreme ($25 value)
    • basq NYC Citrus Sugar Perfecting Body Scrub ($20 value)
    • Tommie Copper Moisturizing Foot Cream ($20 value)
    • AMELIORATE Transforming Body Lotion ($19 value)
    • Nano Towels Skin Exfoliator ($15 value)
    • Cococare Rose Water Hydrating Facial Mist ($8 value)
    • Vanity Planet Outlines Face & Body Ice Roller ($7.50 value)
    • Sterling Forever Sterling Silver CZ Stud Earrings ($54 value)
    • MALIBU SKYE Mindy Wristlet ($32 value)
    • CANVAS Genesis Mini Padlock Charm Necklace ($22 value)
    • Aid Through Trade The Original Roll-On® Bracelet ($15 value)
    • Keysocks Classic Light Black Standard ($14 value)
    • OOO Hair Ties Starter Pack ($9 value)
    • Forest Remedies Plant-Based Multi-Omega 3-6-9 Soft Gels (60 ct) ($30 value)
    • GLO Science Teeth Whitening GLO Vials 3 pack (Cinnamint) ($24 value)
    • Myro Refillable Deodorant ($12 value)
    • The Good Patch Dream Patch ($12 value)
    • Bug Bite Thing Insect Bite + Sting Suction Tool ($10  value)
    • Primal Elements Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer ($4.40 value)

Good to Know: Limit 1 box per order. Every order ships in a plain recyclable box with no printed promotional materials included. About 10 days after your order, you’ll receive an email with discount codes for future purchases on select items included in your Beauty Discovery Box.

Will you be getting the Discover The Deal Box?

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Comments (24)

  1. I just recd my box and I can’t believe how many items are in this box.. I love it!!! It was endless.. I love trying new things n Def a bargain for sure. I am a Birchbox n Ipsy subscriber too n this box is amazing. It’s ways to try new things n even if I don’t buy anything further.. $86 is a steal for all these items.. I love the padlock necklace n the highlighter n creams n mascara n body scrub. The Wen hair mask is worth a lot to begin with. just so much to name but even if I don’t use a few of the items (will pass to my friends if they want) I will use majority n it’s a fun box to go thru.. Def worth $86!! So glad I ordered it.

  2. I ordered mine on the 20th and it still hasn’t arrived. The tracking info shows it bounced from Rockford,Il to Minneapolis, MN back to Chicago ,Il. When it needs to travel to Green Bay, WI. I really hope when/if it gets here it doesn’t look like it was used for punting practice.

  3. Malibu sky mindy wristlet is missing. Highlighter smashed to pieces and the earrings are bent.

  4. A lot of these products are things we see heavily featured on Ipsy & Fabfitfun add ons or there’s popular knockoffs of many of these things, like the foot peel socks, that are 1/4 the price/“retail value”.
    I’ve been seeing that mosquito bite suction tool making the rounds lately and i always roll my eyes when I see it. It’s bound to be used a couple times then end up in a junk drawer bc it doesn’t work, plus- who’s realistically gonna carry around that thing? May be better saved for a bee sting or even a snake bite… but unlikely to work for those things either. Bc a suction tool is NOT going to rid you of an mosquito bite. My guess is it’s related to a placebo effect-at best.

    FYI- To get rid of an itch/burn from bug bites, including mosquito, apply a dab of hydrocortisone cream. They now make nice sprays that dry quick w/ corticosteroids or Benadryl that work very fast against inflammation and irritation/itch.
    It’s most important to wipe the spot w/ alcohol to avoid bacteria entering wound & infecting (itching is prime culprit of that happening).

    A tip I like to do is use hydrocolloid patch like those used for pimples (made to aid healing) or bandaid which is useful esp w/ kids to help keep fingers off.

    Such a silly gadget- if necessary, use an ice cube or menthol type product- the feel can distract from the itch. Main focus should be keeping any object and hands off the spot to avoid bacteria entering.

    This is coming from a public health professional and resident Texan who has a lot of experience in the realm of mosquit-ology. Haha

    • If that mosquito thing works on even one single fireant bite, it will be worth the roughly $5 it costs here to me. I’m allergic, so I have to get the venom out before it hits tennis ball size. The OTC stuff does nothing for me at all.

  5. I’ve missed every box, no matter how quickly I try to snap it up. When it keeps selling out right away like that, within minutes, they need to make more.

    • I pulled the trigger too fast and bought one and tried to cancel it right away and couldn’t. It stinks that it’s out for delivery already or I could have had it shipped to you lol. I always wanted a box but missed them so I bought it real quick before I looked at what’s inside. They told me I could write refused on it and not open it and send it back. So there will be at least one more eventually.

  6. The deodorant, bag scribble thing, and the bug bite suction tool are repeat items from the April box.

  7. Normally I love these boxes. This one looks a little cosmetic-heavy to me. There things that have already been in other boxes like the highlighter, deo, ice roller, baby foot. I even think the Earrings were in the box from the last offering.

    In the last box, I found some great products that I love and use. This box doesn’t seem to offer much in the way of new products to discover.

    There is value here but maybe not to someone who already receives cosmetic boxes. I think I would consider it at a lower price point.

  8. I’d only use maybe 10 out of all these products, so I’ll pass. The price seems high, at least to what I can remember paying for the last one I bought, but maybe not.

  9. I was just thinking I hadn’t seen a Discover the Deal box in a while! Though I really wish they had split this into two lower cost boxes, as it feels like overwhelming fille items amidst the few I’m interested in.

    Also, while I love the Ofra Retrograde highlighter, I got this same one in an Ofra mystery box well over a year ago – and it already was older stock in older packaging. I really doubt they had new ones made in the older packaging, so it’s probably very old stock. Mine still works, but it’s something to keep in mind.

  10. This looks great! Several things I can use that make it well worth the price and some items to share with friends and family. Thanks, Luna!

  11. Too much stuff that I wouldn’t use lol.

    • I’m with you Carol! How many roll on bracelets does one need? Those things are included every time

  12. A lot of clutter.

    • Completely agree. Plus repeats from past boxes.

  13. Looks like some good stuff and worth the price. If I wasn’t hoarding all of my extra money for an upcoming vacation I could totally see myself talking myself into buying this. 😂

  14. A lot of repeats.

  15. Prices keep going up. Not saying the value isn’t there, but dang. Some nice items included.

  16. I love boxes like this because if there are 3-4 things you know you like and will use it’s a great value but I also hate boxes like this because you end up with 5-10 items you don’t want and won’t use and it’s a hassle to get rid of. Lol. My full bathroom cabinet is telling me I don’t need this and I’m going to listen to it.

  17. I have been waiting all long time for one of these boxes. I wanted a handbag not a wristlet. I will have to pass. It is a bunch of items for sure.

  18. Not one thing in here that interests me. May be a good deal but is an easy pass.

  19. Looks awesome, but I don’t need all those products.

  20. I saw this this morning. Too many unknown brands for my liking. Easy pass.

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