A standard good quality multivitamin costs about $35 a month. But BINTO offers specially formulated multivitamins designed for a woman’s reproductive health cycle for the same price – plus a top-grade probiotic. Founded by experts on a mission to redesign the way women get products to support their monthly health, BINTO’s subscription-based service offers safe and effective products geared toward supporting fertility and reproductive health, including organic cotton tampons, prenatal and regular multivitamins with built-in DHA, probiotics, and feminine wipes.
If you don’t live in Pennsylvania you might be like, “Oh, cool, wine delivery.” But if you do live in Pennsylvania, where antiquated laws finally changed to allow for wine delivery, you’re like “OMG WINE DELIVERY!” WINC partners with growers, vineyards, and winemakers from around the world, and by going direct to customer, they create small-lot wines at prices that are impossible to match at any brick and mortar. Wines are only about $13 per bottle with free shipping and credits for rating wines and referring friends!
Anyone who has lugged home a case of toilet paper might wish for auto-delivery – but what if you could help the planet at the same time? Bambooloo offers soft, strong and sustainable bamboo toilet tissue delivered to your home or office. Each 3-ply, 200-sheet roll is free of trees, plastics, toxins, inks, dyes, scents and other harmful additives. And subscription options can make it as cheap as 86 cents per roll!
LOVE WITH FOOD
Love With Food is a box that gives back. In addition to hooking you up with new natural snacks delivered to your door monthly for only $7.99, a portion of the proceeds helps fight childhood hunger. You can choose a surprise box and when you find something you love, you can purchase it from their snack shop in bulk.
What other subscription boxes seemed like a splurge but ended up saving your family money?