Each month they send you an email with a choice of 2-3 boxes to pick from. I've never had an issue of them running out of the box I want but I usually pick my box within a day or two of getting the email.
This subscription is available in the US only.
Like trying new things but not sure what to try? This is a good way to start trying new products without being overwhelmed or spending a bunch of money.
Variety: They offer different theme boxes.
Pricing: The company changed their pricing structure. If you plan on subscribing yearly they give you free shipping.
Information: They include a card with information about the company and their products. Also on the card they list the value of each item received, I really appreciate this.
The not so good:
Skip a month? Yes, now you can skip a month and you won't be charged.
Baking & Pantry Favorites.
Contents of box with retail price listed:
4 oz. bag of Jovial einkorn penne pasta. Value = $1.00 - I've had this pasta before and I really liked it. It's thick and has substance to it.
Meshy hotSACKS. Value = $1.25
Zoe extra virgin olive oil. Value = $9.99
package of Chia Seed Co chia shot. Value = $0.71 - I'm not a chia seed fan but I know they are good for you. I add this to yogurt and it's not too bad.
Wild Squirrel Vanilla Espresso Almond nut butter. Value = $1.20
Cafe Campesino Guatamale full city roast ground coffee. Value = $4.95
packet of Bakery on Main Maple Multigrain Muffin Oatmeal. Value = $1.00 - This was VERY good. It has 10 grams of sugar per packet so I wouldn't want to eat it everyday but it was really tasty.
Honey Republic organic honey. Value = $10.99
Pamela's products microwaveable brownie mix. Value = $1.99
Box of Stash organic lavender tulsi herbal tea. Value = $4.25
Verdict: Blissmo box always has a nice variety of treasures in it.
I am not any type of sponsor paid of unpaid for Blissmo. I purchase these subscriptions myself.