Co-Ed Supply sent me this Deluxe box to review. Co-Ed Supply is a college subscription box and has two different boxes. The classic box has 7-9 products, while the deluxe has 12-15. Subscription boxes for college students are growing in popularity. They make a great gift for the college student in your life, or even a young adult in their own place.
Cost: Classic Box $20.00 month to month, discounts for 3 and 6 month subscriptions
Deluxe Box $35.00 Month to Month, discounts for 3 and 6 month subscriptions
Coupon: Click HERE to save $10.00 on your subscription. expires
What is in the box? Each box is designed for the college student. Each box is filled with Snacks, Toiletries, and Fun Stuff! If you an an allergy, you can not it on the form and they will switch it out for something else! There are also girl and guy options.
When am I billed? You will be charged every month on the same day you initially joined on. For instance, if you signed up on the 14th, every month you’ll be billed on the 14th.
When does the box ship? Co-Ed Supply ships the 5th of the month.
How do I cancel? Submit a cancellation form in your account
Co-Ed Supply ships in a big orange box and comes by USPS.
I was excited when I opened the box. It was packed with items.
Co-Ed Supply includes and information card with all the products in the box. The Co-Ed Supply March 2014 theme is “Spring into Action”.
Kikkerland Paper Desk Set $10.00 This desk organizer has multiple trays and is great to use on your desk, or to hold makeup/hair products.
El’s Medley’s Original Zesty Mix $7.00: This are gluten free and very tasty. I don’t really care for chex mix, but this is good. It has corn nuts, pretzels, and other tasty goodies inside. It has a slight kick to it, that adds to the flavor.
Kikkerland Owl Laundry Bag $10.00 This is a drawstring laundry bag with a cute owl on it. If you have to do laundry, you might as well do it in style.
- Mama’s Magic Mix Caramel Apple Rock Star $5.00: This is a really interesting snack. It is filled with freeze dried green apples. roasted cinnamon almonds, caramel popcorn and cinnamon malt balls. This was a tasty snack. The cinnamon malt balls were a bit weird, but the rest was really good.
Two Degrees Food Bars $2.00 each $4.00 total: These are gluten free and vegan. Two Degrees also gives back to hungry children across the world. I don’t really like granola bars, but these were tasty. I tried the chocolate peanut, and they were tasty.
UrgentRx $2.00 These are powdered filled packets. You put the powder on our tongue, and your aches and pains will be relieved. One packet is for ache and pain and the other is for head ache.
Salba Chia Boost $1.00: This is packed with fiber, Omega-3’s, antioxidants, magnesium, potassium and iron. You just sprinkle on your food and get the nutritional benefits.
Home Free Cookies Vanilla $1.50: These are nut free, gluten free and are made with whole grains. These are amazing cookies. I received chocolate chip from another subscription box and bought a box full of them. The vanilla cookies are just as tasty. I could eat a box of these. These would be a hit in any dorm room.
Energems $3.00: Each piece has 15 calories, b vitamins and caffeine and they taste really good.
Secret Clinical Strength Deodorant $2.00: This is .5oz, so you can take this on a plane home and not have to check your luggage. This is a great long lasting deodorant, that will keep you dry through any stressful situation.
Final Thought: The total value for this box was $48.50! My favorite items in the box were the paper desk, knork and laundry bag. The snacks were very tasty and a great addition. Everything in the box was very appropriate for a college student, member of the military or a young person living on their own. You can save $10.00 on your subscription by clicking HERE and using the code 314BOX10 expires 4/30
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Disclosure: This box was received free for review. My opinions are my own.