If you love trying new products, then you will love these great sample boxes from Red Paw Paw.
The samples arrive in a sturdy reusable box
Red Paw Paw are an Australian owned company who are the force behind Australia's first grocery sample subscription service. This innovative idea allows consumers to try over $30 worth of top brand name samples for only $5 a month.
Recently, I received my first box and was delighted with the quality of the products inside. I expected to receive a mass of small sample sachets, and whilst there were a couple of these, in the main I actually received a selection of full size products to sample. What a score! I could tell that the retail prices of these products would have easily cost around $30, so this is a sample box packed with great value for money.
In my box there were items from reputable brands such as Saxa, Green's, Henry Jones and Co, Taylor's, Finish, Pine O Cleen, Nivea, Special K and Mentos.
I received some full sized products, as well as some sample sized items
For some of these products, I previously would never have bought them, but since trying them I would gladly now make a purchase. It is wonderful to be able to try new products, before you buy. It's a great way to sample alternative brands without wasting money on an item you might not like.
If you want to sign up to these great sample boxes by Red Paw Paw, there are a couple of options available:
1. Trial and feedback for $5 a month or $60 per year
For this cheaper option you must provide feedback via the website on the items you received. The companies are then able to read these reviews and take on board your feedback to improve their products.
2. Trial only (no feedback required) attracts a higher charge of $10 per month or $120 a year with no feedback required. This is the pricier option, but based on the sample box, this still offers great value to the consumer.
With both of these deals you get free postage and can cancel at any time. If you would like any more information you can visit the Red Paw Paw website here.
Yes, I've only been made aware of this recently. I believe it is something new that the company has introduced. At the time I wrote this article, they were only charging $5 which included delivery. Sorry for any confusion.