MunchPak November 2016 Review + Coupon
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MunchPak is a snack subscription box that packs a huge amount of yummy snacks into their boxes. Subscriptions start at $9.95/month and each box packs old favorites and new goodies. When you sign up, you can select your favorite flavors to help make your box even better. I received the original box for review.
Here are the flavors. You can hit the + sign for flavors you like and the – sign for flavors you don’t. You will pay $1 extra for every flavor you select.
Cost: Mini $9.95, Original $19.95, Family plan $39.95
Coupon: If you want to try MunchPak, click HERE and use the code LASTCHANCE40 to save 40% off your subscription. Order by 12/19 at noon!
What’s in the box? Boxes are filled with a huge variety of delicious munchies from Australia, Sweden, Japan, United States, Canada, and many other countries from all over the world
When will I get my box? You box will ship within about 48 hours after ordering. You will then get a new box around the same time each month.
Where do you ship? USA and Canada
Munchpak ships in a bright red box.
First Look. There was a welcome note on top. There isn’t an information card in the box, everything is online.
It is very neatly packed!
Calbee Saya Snowpea (Japan) $3 These are dried snow peas seasoned with wasabi and ranch. I saw these first and was super excited. My husband and I love these!!
Taiwan Master Bear (Taiwan) $3 These are round blueberry corn puff crackers. They smelled great out of the bag and were very tasty!
Kras Tortica Jadro (Croatia) $1 These are Kras chocolate covered wafers with a chocolate and hazelnut filling. This had mostly a mild flavor, and the chocolate was extra chocolaty!
Yaokin Sour Cola Paper Candy (Japan) $1 This is a super sweet treat with a taste of ginger. It was like a sugary strip of Coca Cola
Lemon Wafer (Taiwan) This didn’t have a barcode, so I don’t have a description other than my own. It had lemony vanilla wafers with a tart lemon filling. It was more tart than I thought it would be, but it was very good!
Swoffle Vanilla Filled Stroopwafel (Canada) $2 This is a chewy stroopwafel cookie with vanilla filling. I thought for sure it wasn’t chewy, but it was! It was great…it tasted kind of like a waffle cone!
Pocky Chocolate Fuyu No Kuchidoke (Japan) $4 This is a Pocky biscuit cookie smothered in cocoa covered chocolate. I love Pocky. These were no different
Trolli Evil Twins Sweet and Sour Candy (United States) $3 I love that they included Trolli gummies. You can’t go wrong with these!
Goteborgs Ballerina Cocoa Cream Cookies (Sweden) $3 These are sandwich cookies filled with creamy cocoa filling. These were extra yummy! And it is a huge stack of cookies!
Rip Rolls Green Apple $2 These are super sour sugar covered sour licorice strips. This was like Fruit by the Foot and it was really sour!
Kras Bananko (Croatia) $1 This is a chocolate covered banana. My husband and I love these The inside was soft and yummy and tasted just like the jelly bananas that my mother in law gets from Germany!
Final Thought: This was a great box! I love that there are snacks from all over the world. It gave the box a lot of variety. The only thing I would change is to pick one or two more savory items by customizing differently. My hubby really likes savory over sweet so he would have a few more choices to eat To subscribe,, click HERE and use the code LASTCHANCE40 to save 40% off your subscription. Order by 12/19 at noon!
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