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Urthbox is a subscription box that is designed for healthier snacking with a few extras thrown in such as supplements and personal care items. There are 4 types of boxes you can order in 4 different sizes so there is a box for just about everyone and every budget. The types of boxes include Vegan, Gluten-Free, Classic and Diet. All products in the boxes are full size with a mix of snack size.
Cost of the UrthBox:
Since there are 4 different sizes of each type of box offered, there are many different prices available. The breakdown is as follows:
Mini Box (with 6+ snacks) is $19.99/mo or as low as $14.99/ mo if paid for 6 months at a time.
Small Box (with 12+ snacks) is $29.99/mo or as low as $24.99/ mo if paid for 6 months at a time.
Medium Box (with 18+ snacks) is $39.99/mo or as low as $34.99/ mo if paid for 6 months at a time.
Large box (with 25+ snacks) is $49.99/mo or as low as $44.99/ mo if paid for 6 months at a time.
All the boxes are free shipping in the US.
You can also save $10 off your first box by clicking here and entering the code PROMO10:
Where to find more information and subscribe to UrthBox:
Check out the UrthBox website for more information and be sure to read the FAQS to find answers to your questions about UrthBox.
My thoughts on UrthBox :
I was impressed by UrthBox. The snacks inside really made me happy and I got a great mix in my box. I think I was sent the classic box which had all kinds of treats in it. I was happy to see some of my familiar favorites like the Krave bars and the Fruit 2 Go, as well as develop some new favorites such as the Modern Oats oatmeal and the Kiinoa (I Think that’s how it’s spelled!) puffed quinoa snacks. I really think this is an excellent deal. My stepdaughter is going to college next year and this would make a really great monthly gift as well.
I really love that there are 4 different types of boxes to choose from to meet the dietary needs of lots of people. I only wish there was a customization option for gluten-free vegans. I can see why that would be a difficult undertaking, though.
I should also note that all the items in all the boxes are GMO-free, too.
My Facebook Live Unboxing of UrthBox :