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Free Graze natural food box delivered to work or home courtesy of innocent smoothies

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The people at graze are giving away a free box of healthy treats to everyone in the innocent family. Instead of a crisp sandwich, you just go to their website, choose what you want to go in your box (… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
The people at graze are giving away a free box of healthy treats to everyone in the innocent family. Instead of a crisp sandwich, you just go to their website, choose what you want to go in your box (from fresh pineapple, cashew nuts, and goji berries to yoghurt covered raisins) and they deliver them straight to you at work or at home. Its like a healthy version of picknmix minus the covert shoplifting. Just follow this link, click the green 'promotion code? enter it here' link on the right of the screen and then type in the code INNOCENT to get your first box free and your second half price
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#1
it crashes when I am supposed to fill in my details. Page cannot be found....
#2
Just ordered mine. Voted hot.
#3
typed in the promotion code, but it still wants my credit card details???
#4
had one it came 2 days late so threw it out good deal though
#5
What a great website and brilliant idea! Just ordered delivery to my office twice a week yum yum!
#6
is there a way of actually choosing what goes in the boxes? love the idea for trying some different things
#7
Yeah, you select what you like, dislike and would like to try. Great idea and good variety of snacks.
#8
Looks like a good idea! :thumbsup:
#9
stonedave
typed in the promotion code, but it still wants my credit card details???


That's because it's not really a freebie as such. It's just a way to get you to start a regular order of these boxes, as you will see if you read the site. I'm not going for it as I would have to give all my details, sign up for it, then cancel it all. meh. :p
#10
looks like a good deal... you can essentially get 3 boxes delivered fro £2.99.....

I have set mine up for a weekly delivery one day a week... once my box arrives on Friday, I'll see if I'd like to cancel the future orders....

meanwhile I have set up an ad hoc delivery.... in the hope that they will change that as one of my half price deliveries... I'll let you know on Friday... how it all panned out...
#11
I used to get these boxes, you can select which items you like and don't like on the website. You can also alter when you want them and how often. I used to get them every Friday, only stopped due to being away for a couple of months. Very easy to cancel on the website too. The reason they ask for your credit card details is for the 2nd box which is half price. I was never disappointed with my boxes.
#12
most ingredients can be bought from your local supermarket for about the same price - and fresh/chilled.
#13
ahotukdeal
most ingredients can be bought from your local supermarket for about the same price - and fresh/chilled.


Yeah.. But the same could be said about most things - it's the novelty and convenience you're paying for. Just look at the markup on restaurant or take-away foods. Just because it *could* be bought cheaper in the supermarket, doesn't mean people stop eating out does it.. :whistling:
#14
i ordered one yesterday with a different code, same deal though.arriving tomorrow, looking forward to it!

just don't forget to cancel after the free box or they will send them every week and charge you.
#15
restaurants at least heat up your food if not cook it from raw. this is just posting to you what you can buy in a supermarket/mini store on the way to work/locally at lunch. i got some pineapple and it was a bit tough and obviously at least one old. everything else (olives/peanuts) were long life. Plus a short work is better for you than the extra waste from packaging and shipping plus not walking for a bit of exercise to your shop.
beware of postal strikes/poor royal mail service delaying your order from being delivered and wasted food
thelioncub
Yeah.. But the same could be said about most things - it's the novelty and convenience you're paying for. Just look at the markup on restaurant or take-away foods. Just because it *could* be bought cheaper in the supermarket, doesn't mean people stop eating out does it.. :whistling:
#16
so is the food any good what do u get
#17
I've been getting mine every sat for a few months, I think its great and is my little treat.
If they know there's a planned strike they don't send fresh fruit but 4 punnets of dry instead. Also when mine was late one week I told them online and they refunded half the price, can't complain
#18
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]I got mine this morning and it consisted of Japanese rice peanuts, dried cranberries and sliced apple[/COLOR]
#19
ahotukdeal
most ingredients can be bought from your local supermarket for about the same price - and fresh/chilled.


i clicked hate on the items like apple or grapes as the idea was to try things i havent had before and without going to a specialist shop like julian graves that only sell the things in large packs and its better than having chocolate delivered lol
#20
Hot! Pretty good idea, especially if it is easy to stop/pause deliveries as you wish. For £2.99, its quite good value to have some fruit and nuts, delivered to your door. It cost about the same anyways if you were to buy from a pick n mix fruit and nut shop like Cranberry.
#21
sounds interesting - have signed up for a treat
#22
just got my box, it looks great. pineapple, lots of huge olives and hot chilli almonds. I am not sure if I want to cancell now! ;)
#23
gonna give it a go, always like the Innocent company
banned#24
these are pretty good, i did the free trial through an affilliate i run for a pre-school I got 2 boxes of yummy fruit for £2.99 and the pre-school got 50p for me trying it. I thne emailed all the paents to try it and the school raised a few quid lol :)
#25
No jelly babies so cold from me...

Of course I jest, but now really want some jelly babies as well!
#26
unfortunalty it does alway give you what you'd like we did them at work and it was good value for free and them it was £1.49 for the next one and then full price £2.99 for the 3rd box, you do get some intresting bits though like washabi japanese crackers, honeys cashews are gorgeous but the fresh fruit always seemed to be apple, grapes or pineapple. Account was really easy to cancel though. Enjoy your boxes.
#27
Don't think this has been posted within the thread,but you can sign up for this via certain cashback sites,get the same deal and receive cashback.
Quanti.co.uk and Getpoundsback are 2 sites that i know of that offer £1 cashback for sign up and first box free and an additional £1 cashback for ordering the first full price box.
http://www.quanti.co.uk/search_results/?search_for=graze&in_titles=on&in_descriptions=on
http://www.getpoundsback.co.uk/stores/graze/
#28
thanks just ordered - sounds good

Welshy x
#29
thanks ;)
#30
I have had my first one of these and it is great, my 3 year old is even tucking into it. So if it's £2.99 per week or two to get my tot to eat a bit of healthy seeds and nuts once in a while I am all for it! The plan was for me to get it on a tuesday to take to work with me on Wed/Thu/FRi but not looking like the small person is gonna give me an option! Love this idea! Hot Hot Hot!!!
#31
mine arrived today ,really pleased :)
#32
mmm lol
#33
lovely thanks
#34
Bit of a sneaky deal to rope people in.

Best to just use the supermarket, pick it yourself to ensure its fresh
#35
this now appears to be hlf price and no longer free
#36
Thanks for the tip and what a great treat.
Managed to fill in my datails, but page "crashed" when i was asked to choose fruits, does it still come, does anyone know?
Or can i get back into it?
#37
Might as well give it a try. :thumbsup:
#38
Hot thanks:)
#39
Cheers
#40
another code to use for a free box....just type in DELICIOUS (courtesy of the magazine Delicious. )...enjoy!!!

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