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MoreSnowPlease Wed 04-Nov-15 14:50:10

I've been looking around at them all and as I put a list together and they are a popular choice for Christmas gifts, thought I'd share it around and save someone else the research:


Gusto (and mumsnet has a discount offer on their partners offers page)
Hello Fresh
Bacon delivery!?!?
The spicery
Abel & Cole
Riverford (good animal welfare standards)
For garlic lovers
mmmmm Chocolate
for cheese lovers
Paleo snacks
Healthy snacks


Brewly home brew Beer (with 10% off using code earlybird)
Pact Coffee
Wine subscription
Bottled beer

Kids & pregnancy

crafts for kids
expectant mums
for babies
pre schoolers crafts

Other stuff

For geeks
Sanitary wear & goodies
Art supplies
Beauty products
A year of mens pants
women's pants
everything else

AllThereIs Wed 04-Nov-15 14:57:10

Why on earth would anyone want a tampon subscription?!! Weird.

MARGUERITE18 Wed 04-Nov-15 16:01:55

the vegan kind


BeeRayKay Wed 04-Nov-15 16:08:27

What about

Make up subscriptions? Birchbox is lovely!

Bupcake Wed 04-Nov-15 16:10:32

That kids' craft one (toucanBox) looks brilliant! Great gift idea! Not so sure about the tampons one though...

neddle Wed 04-Nov-15 16:49:55

I've used the bacon one, it's very nice.
I have a referral code (FXYKTM), which gets you a £2 saving and me a free pack.

Anyone seen one for a child football fan?

MoreSnowPlease Wed 04-Nov-15 17:24:04

There's a kids football magazine which you can subscribe to neddle kick magazine

MoreSnowPlease Wed 04-Nov-15 17:25:24

we used to get the toucanbox one for my 3 year old bupcake it was good, very easy to make and he was proud of the things for about 30 seconds before he destroyed them, so I stopped buying them!!

MoreSnowPlease Wed 04-Nov-15 17:27:25

I put glossy box in there bee !!

Daffodil1210 Wed 04-Nov-15 17:40:38

Flavourly -

They do beer and snack box subscriptions!

ChristmasZombie Wed 04-Nov-15 18:23:31

Anyone know of a subscription box for biscuits?

Daffodil1210 Wed 04-Nov-15 20:58:33 looks like a biscuit one - not sure if they're any good though as haven't used them

Chelazla Wed 04-Nov-15 21:28:48

Don't waste your money on toucan very overpriced for what they are. Cancelled mine after 2 boxes

Chelsea26 Wed 04-Nov-15 21:43:58

This is wonderful - I found it today and brought it for my granny. She gets a book a month for a year!

Chelsea26 Wed 04-Nov-15 21:44:34

Also you get 15% off right now - don't know when that ends

glenthebattleostrich Wed 04-Nov-15 21:47:57

I like my pink parcel its not just Tampax. There's chocolate, make up and stuff.

Wagglebees Fri 06-Nov-15 02:58:08

Moresnow thank you for putting the list together. There's some good ideas there.

I actually think the tampon/pads one is a good idea. It's not my thing but can see why some would like it. Maybe not as a gift but it's not a bad idea.

Wagglebees Fri 06-Nov-15 02:58:40

Way too many 'ideas' in my post there. blush

happsymum Fri 06-Nov-15 03:16:31

oooo def using as a gift of underwear once a month for my partner. bit of a joke gift but also gets something needed every month - and something else to give him ( struggling!) smile
Thank you!

ChristmasZombie Fri 06-Nov-15 10:11:12

Thanks, Daffodil. Will have a look.

MoreSnowPlease Fri 06-Nov-15 11:22:47

No problem all smile I thought as I was making a list and researching anyway it would probably be useful to share! The gift that keeps on giving, I think they're great!

MoreSnowPlease Sat 07-Nov-15 11:58:33

What would be nice for new parents is a years worth of clothes, at least I would have found it helpful as they grow so quickly and most new parents don't know what to buy for their babies! Mine pretty much grew out of stuff within a few months so it would have been a lovely present!

MoreSnowPlease Sat 07-Nov-15 13:45:33

Oh this looks good too, aiming at reaching people who are depressed/isolated

Determinedme4 Sun 06-Dec-15 09:48:57

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Pixa Sun 06-Dec-15 10:07:49

Another chocolate one.


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