My assumption was correct: Something Snacks is a great subscription! Boxes cost $10 per month, or $9/month for increments of six or twelve months. There is a $3 shipping charge for all options and they currently only ship to the United States. Each box will contain seven hand-selected snacks, all of which were tasted and approved by their team.
The snacks ship in a medium-ish white box with the Something Snacks logo. I didn't receive a shipping notification, but per the tracking number on the label it was shipped via USPS First Class from California and only took two days to get to me here in New York.
I had actually forgotten that I'd purchased this box, so when it arrived it was a really nice surprise! I have zero patience so I always peek ahead of time at spoilers for boxes, but it was nice for once to not know at all what would be inside of a box. As you can see, it came with a pamphlet that listed all of the snacks inside.
- Andy Capp's Cheddar Fries (~$.43 for .85 oz) - I actually made a happy face when I opened the box because I saw this snack first, and I love, love, love Cheddar Fries! They're so addicting. I could eat 10 bags of these, easily. If you've never had them, they're baked and crunchy but still airy with a heavy cheddar flavor.
- Orion Custard Soft Cupcake (~$.42 for .81 oz) - At first I was wary of this because the package says it's "cream and egg filled" and I was grossed out by the egg, but the info pamphlet lists the ingredients and it contains less than 2% of actual egg. I think I'll still give this a try.
- Simply 7 Lentil Chips in Sea Salt (~$.64 for .8 oz) - This is the featured snack of the month. I love chips and am always looking for "healthier" alternatives (healthier in quotation marks because I know if I really want to be healthy I should just stop eating chips altogether), and lentil chips are a good option. I haven't tried these yet, but based on other brands I've had, I'm sure they're delicious.
- Pasencia Vanilla Drop Cookies (value unknown, .71 oz) - These little cookies kind of taste like Vanilla Wafers to me, but with a little less sugar. They taste very familiar but I can't quite put my finger on what they remind me of exactly. Either way, I like them, and I think they'd go good with coffee.
- Pepero Almond & Chocolate (~$2.50 for 1.27 oz) - According to the box, this is Korea's number one brand. Since I'm from Korea I like trying new Korean things, and I've never heard of these before. They look like Pocky, and I'm assuming they're similar and are covered in chocolate and almonds. If so, they must be delicious!
- Churritos Mexicanos Corn Sticks ($.40 for 2.5 oz) - The packaging for these is really cute, I love the little lion on the front. These are corn sticks that I think are cinnamon flavored (?) based on the "Churritos" name (churritos=churros?). I haven't tried them yet, so I can't say for sure.
- Lotte Choco Pie (value unknown) - According to the Amazon page I linked to, these are worth $.0093 individually, so I don't really know what they would retail for. I love Choco Pies, and I inhaled this as soon as I opened the box (even before the Andy Capp's!). It was delicious! I did see in my Google search that they were recalled back in 2012 because they had almonds in them and didn't say so on the packaging, so if you have an almond/nut allergy you might want to steer clear of these.
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Bottom Line: This box had a retail value of $4.39, not counting the two snacks that I couldn't find prices for. If you're looking for a high-value snack box, this one probably would not be what you were looking for. However, I like it a lot because they send a good mixture of familiar brands and international snacks that I otherwise wouldn't have access to. Plus, value with snack boxes can be difficult because snacks are relatively cheap no matter where you go. The fun here is that you're getting a surprise variety of something familiar and something new!
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