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Free box of graze goods

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So just recently I found out this thing via o2 priority, but it said I can have a 2 boxes for £2. When I popped in to their website I saw an offer enter your email and get first box for free, so I don… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
So just recently I found out this thing via o2 priority, but it said I can have a 2 boxes for £2. When I popped in to their website I saw an offer enter your email and get first box for free, so I done step by step just one thing in last stage was that you need to enter your card details, but shortly after you receive your first box you can cancel other boxes so therefore it means you don't need to pay at all. And if you like those boxes you can get 2 for £2 via o2 priority by entering code(Normally £3.99 each box). Worth a go in my opinion. (Not sure if were posted either)
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1 Like #1
Unfortunately this is the same offer they have been running for what seems like the last 5 years and is pushed everywhere. Don't expect too much heat, I'd put an extra coat on.
#2
I always get one of these leaflets in my Amazon orders!
6 Likes #3
As a postman, it amazes me how many people buy the Graze boxes. £4 for 50p worth of ingredients? Mental.
1 Like #4
stuarthanley
As a postman, it amazes me how many people buy the Graze boxes. £4 for 50p worth of ingredients? Mental.


some of the stuff looks a bit more than 50p
1 Like #5
£4 less postage, packaging, labour, overheads and profit is not going to leave much to spend on ingredients.
1 Like #6
Graze boxes are just a very expensive way of feeding your pet rabbits and guinea pigs
#7
Graze boxes. Expensive boxes of rabbit food so trendy people can make other people think they're great.
#8
Just wait till you try and cancel after the free box , it can be a bit difficult .
#9
to be fair when i have had these they taste like crap and i mean that in a healthy way crap, so its not bad snack food, but yeh you pay the price.
#10
Yup wanted to order a few years back until last page asked for card details, no thanks
#11
Vanmeerkat
Just wait till you try and cancel after the free box , it can be a bit difficult .

Completely disagree! Very easy!!
1 Like #12
husain_kola
Vanmeerkat
Just wait till you try and cancel after the free box , it can be a bit difficult .

Completely disagree! Very easy!!


It's easy enough to cancel but then they hound you for business afterwards. Every other month it seems they ask if I'd like a free box or half price box etc...
#13
It's just bloody nuts and crackers in a fancy box, you can get the same shizzle from your local Tesco express just outside ur work place
#14
Am I the only one that liked the nut and chocolate mix from graze?

I got three boxes for two pound. I'm a chocolate fan and hubby loves nuts so for us it was a good treat.
i wouldn't pay £4 per box but its worth at two boxes for £2.

cancellation is easy you just go to the website and cancel. According to my experience there customer service is good. I set up an extra box by mistake so on my second order i got two boxes. Even though it was my mistake i was refunded instantly.
#15
5erge
husain_kola
Vanmeerkat
Just wait till you try and cancel after the free box , it can be a bit difficult .

Completely disagree! Very easy!!


It's easy enough to cancel but then they hound you for business afterwards. Every other month it seems they ask if I'd like a free box or half price box etc...


Unsubscribe from their mailing list. Easily done.
#16
I've had several free boxes/special offers and never had any trouble cancelling. Yes they're expensive for what they are (for a lot of the items at least), but the offer prices are okay, and it gives you quite a variety (if you were to buy all the different items from Tesco you'd end up with quite a full cupboard). I'd imagine if you're trying to be a bit healthier these can help too as you'll only have what they've sent (rather than having loads of nibbles sitting there tempting you).
#17
I ordered the free box, immediately on receiving it I went online to cancel and its basically impossible to cancel the 2nd box because apparently its already in the process of being posted. This is more or less a SCAM, stay away!
#18
We've had a few different boxes.

None were particularly nice and each one worth £1-£2 max.

The boxes have a trendy look about them but in truth they are style over substance.

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