NatureBox: $15 Off $20 Order = 9 Yummy Snacks Just $12.48 Delivered (New Customers)

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Through June 30th, head over to where new customers can take $15 off a $20 order when you use promo code HIP2SAVE at checkout! Shipping is free on orders of $25 or more before promotional discounts.

NatureBox is a wholesale and members-only club where you can save up to 40% off healthy and yummy snacks and have them delivered right to your door! All snacks are free from artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners and there are even vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free options!

Check out this deal idea!

Buy 1 The Great Eight Bestsellers Snack Pack $24.49 ($34.99 value)
Buy 1 Praline Pumpkin Seeds 4 oz $2.99 ($3.99 value)
Total = $27.48
Use promo code HIP2SAVE – will deduct $15
Get free shipping on $25
Final cost $12.48 shipped for 9 snacks ($38.98 value)!

How Does NatureBox work?

Once your free trial month is complete, you will be charged $5 per month for your membership, which is billed each month on the date of your first order. Your NatureBox account will be credited $5 each month to spend on whatever snacks you’d like. Unused credits roll over to the next month for up to 12 months. You can cancel at any time – just be sure to do so 5 days prior to your billing date.

Check out the 100% Guarantee!

If you receive a snack you don’t like, simply let NatureBox know and they will refund your money via a credit to your account!

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Comments 7

  1. JenniferS

    I wish Nature Box would put their $2.00 coupons out again!

  2. Jen

    Very ironic… several months ago I posted a comment about this very site (nature box) on here with my referral code and featuring the same exact deal…..that comment was soon removed….can’t help but speculate now as to why that occurred…

    • Amy

      Because it’s her website and people should be using her referral links. She does do all the work…

      • Jenny


      • M

        But if a deal is “reader submitted” is it wrong for that reader to get some type of credit? I understand that it’s Collins blog and appreciate it and have been following for years, but sometimes we readers “do the work” to share deals on here too so that others benefit.

        • Amy

          She didn’t say she submitted it. She said she posted a comment. Maybe it wasn’t relevant to the particular post so they removed it. Why go on someone else’s website to post your referral code to try and make money off of their success?

          • Amy

            Ignore the first 2 sentences. Clearly I need a nap…

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