The Pumpkin Batch March 2016 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Pumpkin Batch Box March 2016 box

The Pumpkin Batch is a monthly subscription box for pumpkin lovers – every month you’ll receive 4-6 products for pumpkin and pumpkin spice lovers – all year round! Products are sourced from small businesses all across the US! 

Pumpkin Batch Box March 2016 unboxed

The theme for March is Pumpkin for Dinner!

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The information card has complete details on each item, including the value, the maker, and the ingredients or other necessary information.

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The back of the information book had a note from the curator.

Pumpkin Batch Box March 2016 review

Everything in the March box – makes for a wonderful dinner for pumpkin lovers!

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Tiny House Big Farm Pumpkin Cheesecake Artisan Soap (€4.82, about $6) This is a sweet smelling soap filled with all of your favorite pumpkin spices plus really great cheesecake smells! It’s cold pressed and artisan crafted.

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It looks so good that you want to eat it!

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The Mill Fudge Factory Pumpkin Pie Fudge ($6) The texture of this fudge is a bit like actual pumpkin pie, creamier and less sugary than a typical fudge.  The flavor was amazing, with a deep molasses flavor joining the expected pumpkin and spice. Yum!

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It’s All Buttah Pumpkin Spice Hand Salve ($5) I dug right into this before I even took the picture because it smelled so good. It’s made with candellia wax, shea butter and coconut oil for healing and moisturizing hand but mostly it smells really good.

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Cucina Antica Tuscany Pumpkin Sauce ($5.99)

The Pasta Shoppe Petite Pumpkin Zucchette ($6)

I’m so excited about this duo! First of all the pumpkin shaped pasta is super cute and really fun and to pair it with a pumpkin sauce is even better. The shape of the pasta will be perfect for clutching all the sauce.

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The label shows the ingredients of the pumpkin sauce. It’s made with pumpkin purée, San Marzano tomatoes, and cream!

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More information about this pumpkin pasta.

The value was about $29 for this month, which is on par from what I expect with this subscription.

Updated pricing configuration for the Pumpkin Batch:

The new monthly subscription price is $24.99, and while free shipping is no longer available for subscriptions, we will still ship each box Priority Mail at a discounted rate based on your delivery location.

The new quarterly price is $69.99 with a flat shipping charge per month billed in total with your quarterly payment. Not only will quarterly subscribers save on the monthly box price, but will also get a deeper discount on shipping.

Start a new subscription today by using the code SPRINGMEPUMPKIN to save $4 on your first month. Or use PUMPKINFANTASTIC to save 40% off a single, shop item (Subscriptions and Gift Boxes Excluded).

Visit The Pumpkin Batch to subscribe or find out more!

The Subscription: The Pumpkin Batch
The Description: The Pumpkin Batch offers high quality, hard to find pumpkin products year round to pumpkin lovers. Each subscription box is full of delicious flavors and sweet aromas of pumpkin and pumpkin spice. Each month receive  4 – 6+ pumpkin or pumpkin spice inspired products curated from small businesses across America.
The Price: $29.99 per month
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  • Jennifer Nielsen

    No, but that does sound good! You can taste the pumpkin, but it isn’t super overpowering, you can taste the other ingredients in the sauce too.

  • Jennifer Nielsen

    I LOVE that pumpkin sauce! I buy it at my local grocery store. I love making sweet potato noodles and using that as the sauce, so good 🙂 I live in a small town, so not on sale the sauce cost over $8 though.

    • Brandy

      Yeah the list on the card I think is $9. I went with the Target price but I doubt everyone’s Target even carries it. I’m super excited to try it now! Have you ever combined with beef? Like cream pumpkin bolognese??