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Degusta box get the latest products every month delivered to your door £12.99 per month

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for 12.99 per month first box £7 off or £11.99 each for 3 month use 3X2BOXES for the 3rd one free. cancel anytime each month before 9th boxes delivered 15th of each month. on average the products a… Read More
for 12.99 per month first box £7 off or £11.99 each for 3 month use 3X2BOXES for the 3rd one free. cancel anytime each month before 9th boxes delivered 15th of each month. on average the products a…
bellehulse71 Avatar4w, 22h agoFound 4 weeks, 22 hours ago6 Comments
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Normally they have an offer to try it for free or £1. It was free when I tried it. Definitely not worth £12.99 easy to cancel your next box though.
catbeans
cibarious
Fasinating that they appear to have re-launched Degustabox. I originally signed up in 2013 (not a typo) and the products supplied were, to say the least, poor value for money. It was a good idea poorly executed. Seems that they have been able to change their business model to offer more value than the cost of the subscription and that should make things much better.For myself, I wonder if there will be any products that are new to the market because last time it appeared that there were only things that you could find very easily in your normal supermarket.I note that it's still being run by a Spanish company based in Barcelona and I have to say that back in 2013 their customer service was very good. Methinks I shall have to give them another trial. :D
Not much has changed then,.
Icanceled my subscription this month, a lot of the items were very meh. Last month a got a box of flour, the month before some Muesli. The pricing is very unrealistic on the leaflet, I was getting a few items I hadn't tried or hadn't heard of. Alot of healthy stuff too, which takes the fun out of it a Little.
Seems that nothing much has changed then, except that you suggest there is more healthy stuff? It's the interesting and healthy stuff that I'm more interested in - not Bisto and Oxo products which they had back in 2013. :) I stayed with Flavourly which was great until they decided they could make more money from the growing Gin market and stopped their food offering. :(
cibarious
Fasinating that they appear to have re-launched Degustabox. I originally signed up in 2013 (not a typo) and the products supplied were, to say the least, poor value for money. It was a good idea poorly executed. Seems that they have been able to change their business model to offer more value than the cost of the subscription and that should make things much better.For myself, I wonder if there will be any products that are new to the market because last time it appeared that there were only things that you could find very easily in your normal supermarket.I note that it's still being run by a Spanish company based in Barcelona and I have to say that back in 2013 their customer service was very good. Methinks I shall have to give them another trial. :D


Not much has changed then,.

Icanceled my subscription this month, a lot of the items were very meh. Last month a got a box of flour, the month before some Muesli. The pricing is very unrealistic on the leaflet, I was getting a few items I hadn't tried or hadn't heard of. Alot of healthy stuff too, which takes the fun out of it a Little.
DexMorgan
What a disgusting name for a box of food! oO
That's because they are a Spanish company and have chosen not to change the name to suit the market. For the Spanish and the French, that's a good name but for us it's degusting! lol
Fasinating that they appear to have re-launched Degustabox. I originally signed up in 2013 (not a typo) and the products supplied were, to say the least, poor value for money. It was a good idea poorly executed. Seems that they have been able to change their business model to offer more value than the cost of the subscription and that should make things much better.

For myself, I wonder if there will be any products that are new to the market because last time it appeared that there were only things that you could find very easily in your normal supermarket.

I note that it's still being run by a Spanish company based in Barcelona and I have to say that back in 2013 their customer service was very good. Methinks I shall have to give them another trial. :)
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degusta first box deal with £2.53 TCB for first box purchase £5.99

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I've just signed up for one of these as it's advertised at a special offer of £5.99 for December (normal price £12.99 monthly) but I used TCB and got £2.53 TCB meaning the box is £3.46 in total. I… Read More
I've just signed up for one of these as it's advertised at a special offer of £5.99 for December (normal price £12.99 monthly) but I used TCB and got £2.53 TCB meaning the box is £3.46 in total. I…
shearerswag Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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I gave it a whirl, thanks
It says you have to cancel online and can't do over the phone. I am sure I will get texts etc but it's worth it. This is much better than anything I'd have chosen for a little treat for people using the food bank.

I'm happy my £3 odd is well spent!
I cancelled mine online with no problems but there was a deal a few months ago when they were free.
That's ok, I will manage it. Hello Fresh tried that jazz with me. I won.

Plus I will use the work phone :P
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FREE DEGUSTABOX with discount and cashback

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Go to Quidco and get a FREE Degustabox. It will give you a discount code to get your box for 4.99 then Quidco will give you the 4.99 in cashback. http://www.quidco.com/degustabox/?poid=3447&fn=… Read More
Go to Quidco and get a FREE Degustabox. It will give you a discount code to get your box for 4.99 then Quidco will give you the 4.99 in cashback. http://www.quidco.com/degustabox/?poid=3447&fn=…
christabel123 Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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I suppose you're paying under £1 per item if everything in the box is over £1 at the supermarket it's worth it, great if you like surprises & can put up with getting stuff you might hate sometimes

Seems rather strange premises to me but there you go, at least if you're buying the reviews are more impartial
Sounds odd. After the, possible, free one - you pay to receive a box of unknown items which they want reviews for! I would of thought that the sites that offer free items in return for a review will be desireable.
Wow!
for the first box only
I've added heat. No idea what is though :D
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Yorkie1962 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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I kind of like the items in it, certainly worth £5.99 (or less if TCB/Quidco comes back).

Think my freebie was Kallo chocolate rice cakes, which considering we're all on diets, is OK.

Sarsons balsamic vinegar, odd but usable
Swedish sliced pickles, OK then
Seaweed - decidedly odd, but OK
Weird aloe vera drink, looks like it's got snot in it!
2 cans of fizzy something, OK
Chocky biscuits, yum
Some posh chocolates that look nice
Big bag of Jordans muesli, not cheap
A cucumber drink, not for me ta, but wife may try
oh and a bag of Rowntree's pastilles (nice new mixed flavours)

Not a bad selection certainly, and worth the punt.
Box arrived today. As I thought, I wouldn't go out of the way to buy any of it. Subscription cancelled.
It's not a £20 box. It's a box priced at £12.99.
Quidco deal is good about £1 :)
Interesting. But things no sane person would buy in a million years. Certainly not for £12.99 a month.

Think we'll give it a go.
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First box free. Degusta surprise food box.

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Get your first box for free. Normally £12.99 per month. Cancel after first delivery if you don't want to continue. They send you a box of free new / interesting food. Code freebox Read More
Get your first box for free. Normally £12.99 per month. Cancel after first delivery if you don't want to continue. They send you a box of free new / interesting food. Code freebox
ec9wrr Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago112 Comments
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drummerdickens
ST3123
Has anyone tried negotiating instead of just outright cancelling? I was quite pleasantly surprised with it. I wouldn't pay £13 for it but if they would do another one for around half price I'd be more than happy to leave my sub open.
I'd certainly give them the chance to offer a discount before cancelling, though if it's a case of £13 or cancel I'd have to cancel...
Half price?! You understand the concept of businesses having to make money right? They'd never agree to that!

I always say you don't know unless you try, worst they can say is no, then you just cancel anyway...

Admitedly they might not be so eager after just giving away one free but I actually ordered two and on the second one I only got a half price deal so maybe on that account they could be persuaded, after all surely a modest profit and the possibility of more business in coming months is better than none at all, which is what they get when you cancel.

After all with a name like that I can't imagine they are too popular outside of free boxes and specials. ;)
ST3123
Has anyone tried negotiating instead of just outright cancelling? I was quite pleasantly surprised with it. I wouldn't pay £13 for it but if they would do another one for around half price I'd be more than happy to leave my sub open.
I'd certainly give them the chance to offer a discount before cancelling, though if it's a case of £13 or cancel I'd have to cancel...

Half price?! You understand the concept of businesses having to make money right? They'd never agree to that!
Sstuff
ibblackberry1
Sstuff
Do they notify you once cancelled to confirm?
Yes, I got a sorry to see you go email
How long did you have to wait before you received that? I cancelled earlier today.

Sent the email at 7:29am and got the reply at 8:52 am so was pretty speedy
Has anyone tried negotiating instead of just outright cancelling? I was quite pleasantly surprised with it. I wouldn't pay £13 for it but if they would do another one for around half price I'd be more than happy to leave my sub open.

I'd certainly give them the chance to offer a discount before cancelling, though if it's a case of £13 or cancel I'd have to cancel...
ibblackberry1
Sstuff
Do they notify you once cancelled to confirm?
Yes, I got a sorry to see you go email
How long did you have to wait before you received that? I cancelled earlier today.