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Calendar March 14, 2014 03/14/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Pijon March 2014 – Discount – College Subscription Box

Pijon March 2014

Pijon March 2014

Pijon is a college subscription box that sends hope and love to college students.  This is not just a care package, because Pijon gives back to Project Night Night.  Project Night Night donates over 25,000 care packages each year to home children.  These care packages are filled with a security blanket, a book (age appropriate), and a stuffed animal, all tucked in a canvas bag.  I love companies that give back, and ones that give back to children are even better.  Pijon’s subscription boxes are $29.00 a month and are filled with 5-6 products with a $40-$55.00 value.

The Details:
Cost: $29.00 a month, $27.00/month for 4 months, and $25.00 a month for 7 months.
*Note: Pijon Box sends boxes based on the school year schedule. That is why there is 4/7 month subscriptions.

Gender specific? Yes, you can subscribe for a man or woman curated box.  There is also a gender neutral box.

What is in the box? 5-6 items with a $40-$55.00 value. Items come from the following categories: Food and Snacks, Health and Beauty, The Essentials, Awesome Accessories and Gadgets.

When do boxes ship? Boxes ship the beginning of the month

When do I get the box? You will receive your box the month after you first order. You should receive yours within the first two weeks of the month.

How do I cancel? Email support@pijonbox.com

Website: https://www.pijonbox.com/

Pijon March 2014

Pijon March 2014

Pijon arrived by USPS.  I received the March 2014 for Women.

First Look

First Look

 I was excited to see some tortilla chips in the box.

Information Card

Information Card

Pijon included a post card with all the products on the box.  This month’s theme was Get Energized.

Pan De Oro Organic Tortilla Chips

Pan De Oro Organic Tortilla Chips

Pan De Oro Organic Tortilla Chips $1.75: These are made with organic corn and are garlic herb flavor.  They had a nice garlic flavor and would go great with some spicy dip.

Plump for Joy Thickening Hair Lifter from Not Your Mother

Plump for Joy Thickening Hair Lifter from Not Your Mother

Plump for Joy Thickening Hair Lifter from Not Your Mother: $5.99:  This lifts and thickens hair for that added boost.  I have very thick hair, so I won’t be using this.  This is for fine, thin hair.

Energems

Energems

Energems: $6.00 $3.00:  Each piece has 15 calories, b vitamins and caffeine and they taste really good.  They are about three times the size of m&m’s and they taste fairly similar.

TOCCS Panorama Earbuds

TOCCS Panorama Earbuds

 TOCCS Panorama Earbuds $29.00:  These work well with my iPhone.  I like to run with music, actually I can’t run if I don’t have music.  These are great to have on hand.

Revolution Tea

Revolution Tea

 Revolution Tea: $1.31  This came with three different teas: Peach Mango Green Tea, Blackberry Jasmine Oolong Tea, and Raspberry Black Tea.  Pijon says this great for hydration for workouts.  A cup of tea has the health benefits as a cup of veggies.  I don’t drink tea, but my husband does.

Pijon March 2014

Pijon March 2014

Final Thought:  The total value was $44.05.  I liked that this box was themed around exercise and fitness.  I am training for some big races, so this box was perfectly themed for me.  I love the earbuds and the chips.  I will pass the hair product onto a friend and my husband will drink the tea.  I might try the Energems tomorrow for my 10 mile run!  If you want to try Pijon, click HERE.  There should be box that pops up to save you $5.00 on your first box.

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Disclosure: This box was received free for review.  My opinions are my own.  This post contains affiliate links

This entry was posted in College Subscriptions and tagged: on Friday, March 14th, 2014 by Subscription Box Mom


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