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In Metro today 1 free Graze box + 1 at £1.74 (delivered) if you want. You have to sign up but it says that you can cancel at any time.

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#1
thanks ;)
#2
I've done this offer before. Effortless to cancel, you can do it online. Voted hot.
#3
The stuff they send you is quite tasty, but doesn't justify the standard price tag of £3.49. For example, you only get about 6 olives in each of the packs.
#4
Sweetchuck
The stuff they send you is quite tasty, but doesn't justify the standard price tag of £3.49. For example, you only get about 6 olives in each of the packs.


Couldn't agree more, when you start to pay full price after the offer ends it really isn't value for money. Needs to be £1 cheaper. Luckily it is easy to cancel.
#5
there is also £1 quidco for signing up to a free trial box total 74p for two boxes!!!!
#6
brill as long as you cancel... worth the £1.74 for the additional one too
#7
ALSO £1 QUIDCO - two boxes for 74p !
#8
Isn't this the same deal pretty much all the time?
#9
How long do these last for? Okay for a Christmas present?
#10
Dinnyc
How long do these last for? Okay for a Christmas present?

It's mostly dried or preserved stuff, so yes, it should be fine. Once it's open, it won't last long - you only get about 40g of each of the 4 things you request.
#11
Surely you wouldn't want to give one of these as an xmas present!??!?!? If it has bread in it it'll be mouldy by christmas.

I love them though. Well worth £3.50!
#12
Worth the trial but WATCHOUT for the default options - from memory they wanted to send TWO per week and that wouldn't leave much time to cancel after the first free & second cheaper one.
I did it for two weeks and it was worth the £1 I paid, but frankly seems an expensive "much ado about nothing" for a regular thing.
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2 Likes #13
I'm well into my second year of Graze boxes and, contrary to some people's opinion, find them to be great value for money and have never had only 6 olives in any of the four punnets that come in each delivery.

Firstly, they land on your desk or doormat and provide an excellent alternative to grabbing a packet of crisps or a lump of chocolate - how many people actually eat fruit or nuts or olives when they need a snack at work??

Secondly, how many of us can be bothered to buy a mix of healthy stuff to fill that snack gap??

Lastly, the cost is fine. Take out the cost of the packaging and the postage, consider the selections and then the cost of buying a similar bunch of stuff and finally the convenience and it's no contest for me.

It's my weekly treat and I thoroughly enjoy every nibble.
#14
Used to get these boxes all the time. £3 a week i found was suitable for what you got - more the variety of what you got. You could easily make your own up - which is what i do now, but doesn't always taste as good (or bad) as some things. £3.49 is now a bit pricey for a weekly thing though.

Service is great though i must say. Team are really good, get back to you, or refund / part refund you if your box is late etc.
#15
My wife gets 1 of these a week. She really likes them.
#16
yeah i'm a pretty big fan of them as well i've been using them for well over a year, pretty sure i only pay £2.99 though
#17
Is it one box per selected day so if you choose Friday and Saturday, does that mean you get until the following Friday to cancel?
#18
i did this with the maximuscle thing that came up a few weeks ago, if anyone hasnt yet, you can cancel the second box before the first is even sent its what i did, and then you can cancel your next box if you dont want to carry on after the first free one.

easy to do and took less than a minute on the website to cancel
#19
Hot !
#20
Dinnyc
How long do these last for? Okay for a Christmas present?


I would be annoyed if i got this for xmas...

a box with some nuts and dried raisins!
#21
Cheers ain't had one in a while.
#22
Tried twice for the "free" ones of these and nothing's ever arrived :\
#23
I have been using Graze now for 6 months and I think its brilliant.

There is no way I would have kept up repeat trips to the shops to get the selection I conveniently get through the post.

My partner and I look forward to receiving our order and I've upped the deliveries to 3 times a week.

The price is reasonable considering p&p and the portions aren't as small as some people are making out.

I'm in my 40's and and I've never eaten so healthily in my life so this really can't be a bad thing.

I only pay £2.99 per portion
#24
how come some pay £3 only per portion?
#25
I had these back in May, they are really good but not worth £3.49. as i was a member before mine is £2.99. there are lots of offers to gain though, i got 3 half price boxes for answering a survey! plus invite a friend and you get £1 off your next box. easy to cancel!
#26
I used to love Graze when they were fresh fruit and a small portion of dried but now it's 4 x small dried portions..not really my cup of tea. I know fresh fruit was probably a nightmare for them, but still, there could be so much more variety.
#27
You don't need to enter any code to get free box + one half price

Edited By: flyingflea on Dec 01, 2010 13:56
#28
not ok for xmas pressies but they are nice as had them for a while as they send you offers but i think its a lot on a weekly basis.
#29
storrie
yeah i'm a pretty big fan of them as well i've been using them for well over a year, pretty sure i only pay £2.99 though


Yes, we regulars do pay only £2.99, it's the newbies who will pay £3.49 - personally, I still think it's good value at £3.49 as it's a parcel full of nice surprises each time the box hits the mat!! :D

I am still surprised at the folks who know the price of all sorts of things and the value of very little.

@mamboboy - your "bulk purchase" idea will work for a few people but most cannot be bothered. Even if we all did what you suggest, the variety that we would have would be absolutely nothing like that offered by Graze. WRT your charging and delivery point, did you contact them about it because, if you had, based on my own experience, they would have sorted things out pdq. They have even given me cash credits when all I have been doing is providing them with information on my delivered boxes.

As I posted earlier, I've had almost 2 years experience with Graze and have nothing but praise for them and the quality of their products. Their Customer service is better than first class.

Edited By: cibarious on Dec 01, 2010 14:35
#30
My deliveries on-line says that next box due Fri 3rd.December.
While I also received an E-mail said that they well prepare my first box on Monday,5th.December.
Then what's going on? I'm confused.
Anyone has a clue?
Thanks
1 Like #31
Tried a free one and even after specifying exactly what I wanted (going through 3 or 4 pages clicking 'never send this') I could only eat like 1 and a half of the four punnets.

The rest wouldn't pass as rabbit food. The bits I liked I did enjoy but since you can buy bags of this stuff for about 90p at most supermarkets I think its a bad deal.

Possibly OK if money is no object to you. But not really the point of this site...
#32
storrie
yeah i'm a pretty big fan of them as well i've been using them for well over a year, pretty sure i only pay £2.99 though


I only pay £2.99 too but the homepage now says it's £3.49 a box... maybe we get an early adopter's rate, or something.

Graze is great for healthy snacking and the price isn't that bad, like some have said, after you factor in postage, packaging and the selection you can choose from.
#33
I have been to the factory where they package these boxes - very clean and tidy.
I have had a few "samples" from there, and would recommend to anyone who likes their nibbles.
#34
cibarious
I'm well into my second year of Graze boxes and, contrary to some people's opinion, find them to be great value for money and have never had only 6 olives in any of the four punnets that come in each delivery.

Firstly, they land on your desk or doormat and provide an excellent alternative to grabbing a packet of crisps or a lump of chocolate - how many people actually eat fruit or nuts or olives when they need a snack at work??

Secondly, how many of us can be bothered to buy a mix of healthy stuff to fill that snack gap??

Lastly, the cost is fine. Take out the cost of the packaging and the postage, consider the selections and then the cost of buying a similar bunch of stuff and finally the convenience and it's no contest for me.

It's my weekly treat and I thoroughly enjoy every nibble.


totally agree, i have had these for a good year or so, i have them on a fortnightly basis and thoroughly enjoy them when they come. yum yum yum. X)
1 Like #35
I get one of these every week as do about eight of the twenty or so people I work with.

I took out the free/half price offer in April, fully intending to cancel straight away but they are just too damned nice!

I was a bit surprised to discover that they had gone up to £3.49 for new customers a while back but I'm still paying £2.99.

And I've tried to find similar stuff elsewhere but I've only found one product which had anything remotely similar to the ingredients and that was one single mix of stuff in a 200g container for £3.50 - not four different mixes from a vast range.

Probably not suitable for people who give heat to 'buy one get one free' Diet Coke and £2.00 chicken offers.
#36
I have ordered, 1st one next Wed. I have just gone through my loves and hates...

Don't understand the metrocode, as this is the same current offer on the site anyway. Have gone through quidco also..

Thanks
#37
flamesong
I get one of these every week as do about eight of the twenty or so people I work with.

I took out the free/half price offer in April, fully intending to cancel straight away but they are just too damned nice!

I was a bit surprised to discover that they had gone up to £3.49 for new customers a while back but I'm still paying £2.99.

And I've tried to find similar stuff elsewhere but I've only found one product which had anything remotely similar to the ingredients and that was one single mix of stuff in a 200g container for £3.50 - not four different mixes from a vast range.

Probably not suitable for people who give heat to 'buy one get one free' Diet Coke and £2.00 chicken offers.


Totally agree with your comments and LMAO because I totally agree with you over the chicken and coke.
#38
they are nice if you can afford £150+ a year for a treat - but they are not a 'bargain'

just received my 2nd box - 1st one was great all things I said I 'loved'.. this one is very disappointing no 'loves' and 2 'i'll trys' - which probably means 1/2 of it will be inedible.
saying that when I went to cancel they offered to restart in January with another free box so I'll cancel again after that arrives - meaning 3 boxes for 74p as also got the £1 from quidco - now that IS a bargain
#39
My first box was due last Wednesday, and has still not turned up, even after getting the emails with the details of it, and the dispatch... :(
#40
been undecided about these for some time, so what the heck i'll give it a go. i tend to 'graze' on rubbish anyway so i need the encouragement

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