Graze boxes

Graze boxes

  • excellent value for money

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Overpriced

    Votes: 35 100.0%

  • Total voters
    35

wisdom

Veteran
Location
Blackpool
Does anyone use graze boxes.They seem a good idea but are they just overpriced fads? Or are they good value for money and convenient?
 

Mo1959

Legendary Member
Does anyone use graze boxes.They seem a good idea but are they just overpriced fads? Or are they good value for money and convenient?
I have looked at them and thought they looked good but probably overpriced. I am sure you could buy most of the loose ingredients yourself and make up little bags. Like everything else, you pay for the packing and the convenience of it getting posted through your door at regular intervals.
 

Kumquat

Active Member
Overpriced but tasty.

I've had them when given coupons to have them free/cheap, but as someone on a low budget I certainly wouldn't regularly buy them at full price.
They are yummy though, I would advise you try a couple with coupons, then see if you think it's worth full price for you
 

Drago

Flouncing Nobber
Location
Poshshire
Massively overpriced. If one could be arsed the raw ingredients can be bought bulk and the savings of several orders of magnitude can be made. I would suggest it's for trendy thirty somethings who work in advertising and drive a VW Golf with a squash racquet on the parcel shelf.
 
They are nice and you can't buy all the ingredients separately but they aren't big, are expensive and you can nearly make your own similar selection with a little bit of effort.
 

Sandra6

Veteran
Location
Cumbria
I liked having them delivered, and they were tasty, but I used to eat all four in one go which made it a very expensive snack!
 

adamhearn

Über Member
As with a lot of things in life the cost reflects how much personal effort you've put in. Graze isn't a charity; they work on the basis people are lazy/unadventurous when it comes to snacking so they charge accordingly!
 

annedonnelly

Girl from the North Country
Most of my colleagues only got them as long as the discount/free trial lasted. They probably rely on people being too lazy to cancel their direct debit ;)

I have loads of dried fruit, etc. in my store cupboard. I mix a few together in a Tupperware box and take that to work. Much cheaper than Graze.
 
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