Daily Goodie Box – Free Samples!

I’ve got a great post today that I’ve been saving for a while.
A FREE box.  That’s right, I said free.
Daily Goodie Box will send you a box of free product samples.  All you need to do is sign up, then leave your reviews of the product on their site.  It’s that simple.  It’s subject to availability of course, but free is free.

Here’s our box…

I open it up and am pleasantly surprised to see a lot of products including full sizes.
It also included some info and coupons for the products.
This is not a stingy free box.


Pipcorn Sea Salt

Verdict:  Decent
I prefer fluffier popcorn, but these were a light treat and a nice alternative to chips.


Gertrude Hawk – Peanut Butter Meltaway Bar

Verdict: Delicious!
This was like a creamier Reese’s peanut butter cup.  So tasty and I ate it all in one sitting.
Coupon: Use code DAILYGOODIE10 for $10 off any $20 online purchase.  Expires 6/30/2017.


True Natural – Benecos Natural Beauty Lip Gloss

Verdict:  Not for me
The color on this was a bit warm for me. (I think my shade was “praline”.)  It had very little staying power, but it did give a lovely shimmer, and worked better for me layered over other products.  The gloss had a pleasant texture and wasn’t too sticky or goopy and felt nice on my lips.
Coupon: Use coupon 1stOrder to save 20% –
(Limit one per customer, regular priced items only)


Bhakti – Yerba Maté Chai Artisan Tea

Verdict:  Like
I haven’t had a chance to try this yet, but it sounds tasty and the packaging is adorable.


Miss Jones – Organic Cookie Mix

Verdict:  Hit!
I love baking so I was excited to see a cookie mix in here. I always enjoy trying out more specialty mixes.


Elemental Herbs – All Good Organic Skin Food

Verdict:  Not my jam
I’m pretty sure this is just coconut oil, so I don’t know why it needs to be a fancy brand with fancy packaging.  I know coconut oil is second only to kale, in how people like to use it for everything, but I find it a bit too greasy for my regular skincare.


Savant Naturals – Savi Crisp Chocolate Protein Bar

Verdict:  No, just No.
This was so terrible.  Like if sawdust, cardboard and old chocolate had a baby.  I couldn’t get past one bite.


Wild Foods – Cocotropic, Chocolate Nootropic Drink

Verdict:  Above my Hipster Level
I don’t think I’m Hipster enough to understand what to do with this.  I’ll figure it out, but I may need to spend some time in Brooklyn.


RunGum – Energy Gum

Verdict:  Stop adding caffeine to everything
I’m not a runner, I’m not even a fast walker, so maybe that’s why I don’t understand why you would want caffeine in your gum. Isn’t caffeine already in so many wonderful things.  Why do we need to add it where it doesn’t belong?  I’m guessing I’m not the target audience for this.


Älsa – Energy Drink Mix

Verdict:  Apparently we all need energy
I’m don’t really consume energy drinks – unless you count my Coke Zero addiction.  I may give these a try, but right now they aren’t really calling my name.

OVERALL

Because  this is a free box, I’m not going to give it an overall rating, but I found that it exceeded by expectations.  I’ve tried free product boxes in the past, but there were very few samples and it was so difficult to nab one before they were gone.
Daily Goodie Box had a lot of products including some full sizes.  Definitely worth the five minutes it takes to sign up and the few minutes it takes to write a couple sentences about each item after you’ve tried them.

For coupon codes, special promos and other offers, check out my brand new, handy dandy Coupon Codes & Links page.

Have you ever tried any free sample product boxes? What did you think?

THE BACKSTORY
Daily Goodie Box
It’s more than just Free Samples!

They’ll send you a box of free goodies and all you need to do is review the items.
Subject to Availability.
Shipping is Free. No credit card required EVER!

Once upon a time, long, long ago, Lisa attended Syracuse University where she studied singing in a giant castle surrounded by ice and snow. After she earned her music degree, she headed to the island of Manhattan, down to the West Village, to a place called the New School. There, she earned another degree in the great art of writing stories for children. She currently works on that same island, in the dungeon of an old building, making up stories while she sorts through endless stacks of papers, just dreaming of living somewhere with windows. She is currently working on several novels and hopes to write her way to that aforementioned windowed place. Her first book, “The Ice Maiden’s Tale,” is set to be released May 30, 2017 by Xist Publishing. In the meantime, she keeps herself occupied by obsessing over subscription boxes and home renovations.

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