Kites & Ivy Back To School Fall 2016 Box – Full Spoilers + Coupon

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From Kites & Ivy:

Back to School Care Packages are now available for purchase! Save $5 today!

Save time and money while sending your daughter a care package she will truly LOVE! The Kites & Ivy back to school package is the BEST way to show your favorite college woman that you are thinking of her! These care packages will be sent in late September and will be packed full with the following amazing products (worth over $55!):

Room & Linen Spray in Fresh Laundry by Clean Perfume 
Canvas tote by Tri-Coastal Design
Nail Polish by Lillian Eve
Notecards by Sarah Pinto
Snack from Justin’s Peanut Butter
Natural Drink Mix by Everly

Use coupon code BACKTOSCHOOL to save $5 on your first box!

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The Subscription: Kites & Ivy
The Description: Kites & Ivy boxes are designed specifically with today’s college woman in mind. Contents of the box may include bath & beauty products, fashion accessories, school supplies, snacks and other exciting gifts! Boxes are themed to coincide with the academic year and will include: a back to school box, a holiday box, a spring break essentials box, and a finals survival box to celebrate the end of the year!
The Price: $32.99 per month
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  • Kim

    Wow – they never reveal what is in their boxes prior to shipping. (It is really difficult to see whats in it after it arrives as college kids don’t call anymore.)
    Hopefully they are not in trouble as this box filled a niche.

    • Brandy

      i don’t think so! This week is a really good time to remind moms of all the stuff they forgot to send! It’s totally better than just handing out cash, right? (I say this as a mom of a 7 year old… but keenly aware of how much stuff I wanted to try out when I got to college!).