Free Graze box -  Dried Fruits/Nuts/Olives by Mail with Delicious Magazine
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Free Graze box - Dried Fruits/Nuts/Olives by Mail with Delicious Magazine

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Found 5th Jan 2010
By signing up for weekly deliveries of tasty dried/fresh fruits, olives and nuts and using the code from the article, you can get the first box free and the next at half price. No long term obligation, although the application form insists upon two deliveries a week. If you dont want to take advantage of this long term, maybe adjust the second delivery date and cancel afterwards.

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Thanks my free box will be delivered this Thursday :thumbsup:

Have ordered thanks, just hope its easy to cancel after the freebie.

Cheers :thumbsup:

Why expired?

You know what? I love to just get the freebie and quit, but if the first two boxes are nice, I may just keep this on. What a great idea.

+1 rokka !

got my first today defiantly not worth £3 but there just so tasty! got a few coming this week

I love Graze and used to get the boxes delivered regularly as a treat - well worth it if you can afford it I say

great idea.. i'll have the first and second then prob cancel.. might keep it if its a good amount of food but doesnt sound like it is

preep;7430365

Have ordered thanks, just hope its easy to cancel after the freebie.



It's pretty easy - after they've shipped your box you can just go into the account settings and close your account. I think they ask for 1 day notice, not too sure. If I remember correctly they send you discount vouchers for coming back too.

If anyone is interested I have a free box code left over (would appreciate it if you're interested in signing up though since I'd receive discount aswell). Send me a PM!

Got mine, it's gorgeous. I wasn't expecting the box to be a huge size, but it's smaller then I thought... about the same thickness of 2 A4 boxes and just a tad taller/wider than one. Still, YUM, they sent me hazelnuts, olivesin a meditteranean marinade, "loco in acupulco" and a dried seed mix.

Edit: what the heck? According to the nutritional information that comes with the box, my pack had, in total, 71.6g of fat?! That's like a day's worth of fat! Defeats the purpose of healthy eating a bit?!
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