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Calendar June 19, 2014 06/19/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Grandbox June 2014 Review + Coupon – Subscription Box for Older Adults

Grandbox June 2014 Review

Grandbox June 2014 Review

GrandBox is a monthly care package for your older loved ones. It is specifically meant for people over the age of 65.  GrandBox sends snacks, treats and other gifts designed to make your loved ones happy.   When you sign up for GrandBox, you fill out information about your loved one, so GrandBox can create your box.  You can also personalize a note and up to five pictures for the box.  My husband is lucky to have his grandmother in his life.  She just turned 93 and so I had my review box personalized for her.

The Details:

Cost: $33.50/month, $94.50/3 months. $180.00/6 months

Coupon: Click HERE and use the code subscriptionboxmom to save 15% your order in July.

Shipping:  GrandBox ships to the United States only.

What's in the box? Every month we select great gifts, healthy products, and things to make your loved ones happy. We can also include pictures and letters in each box. When you register, we'll find out more about your loved one, and you can send us new photos and letters any time.

Website: http://mygrandbox.com/


GrandBox shipped in a nice brown box with the GrandBox logo on it.


 First Look


 GrandBox wrapped everything in this really cool “nostalgia” tissue paper.


 GrandBox sent a letter with the box.  It included a great recipe with the box for Old Fashioned Basil Lemonade.  C's grandma is a wonderful cook and should would make this taste fantastic.  On the other side of the recipe, was my personalized letter.

*Note: It was really hard to find retail prices for the items, so I am not going to include them in this review.


Buzzy Basil Grow Kit:  This little kit lets you grow basil in this cute little pot.  R doesn't have a garden, but she does have that indoor plants.  This is perfect for her.


Jolly Time Popcorn and two snack containers: R loves popcorn and used to eat it all the time with my husband.  I didn't mention this to GrandBox, so it is even neater that they included it in the box.


Crabtree & Evelyn Gardeners Ultra Moisturizing Hand Therapy $8.00: This is Infused with macadamia nut oil and shea butter and designed to pack in moisture.  

Bicycle The 50's Party Starters: These are trivia questions on regular playing cards.



American Flag: C's grandmother was active in World War 2 and was married to a Veteran.  She always has an American Flag on her house.  Again this is perfect for C's grandmother.


 GrandBox sent a postcard and the five photos I sent.  I am not showing the photos, because they are really personal, but they were printed on nice paper and were good quality.


Final Thought:  I love the idea behind GrandBox. It is great to have a box that sends boxes to people over 65.  R is such a special person and I know she will love everything in the box.  I really felt this box was curated for her, as opposed to a generic subscription box.  I wish there were a couple more items in the box for $33.00.  GrandBox did do a great job picking out items for my husband's grandmother.  She lives out of town, so I couldn't show her the box before my review, but I know she will love it.  If you want to send GrandBox to someone special, click HERE and use the code subscriptionboxmom to save 15% your order in July.

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Disclosure: I received this box free for review.  My opinions are my own.  I wasn't compensated in any other way.

This entry was posted in Older Adults/Over 65 and tagged: on Thursday, June 19th, 2014 by Subscription Box Mom

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