CampusCube College Care Package is a subscription box of snacks and treats sent directly to your college student away at school or university. Sign your child up for CampusCube and they will receive up to 10 boxes throughout the school year, depending on which plan you choose. You can also send a one-time box for a birthday, exam survival, or just because. CampusCube sends items that would appeal to both boys or girls but you can buy optional boxes such as a spa or “man” box. CampusCube is $39.95 plus $5.95 a box (shipping is free if you order 6 or more boxes). You can get a snacks-only box for $29.95 plus shipping. CampusCube offers a gluten-free and nut-free version too.
DEAL: Take $5 off your box! Use coupon code Hello5.
Emoji tissue paper was on top and made for a very cheerful and colorful presentation.
Here’s a sample of the personalized card your child will receive with their box. The card tells how your student can contact support if they have a problem with their cube. You can personalize the card when you sign up.
This box is jam-packed with goodies!
Everything in my box!
Live Love Pop Truffle Salt Popcorn ($1.05) I have to start by saying that I have never tried a truffle before, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flavor. I was expecting something a little funky but this really didn’t have much flavor beyond salty popcorn, maybe a hint of garlic or something. It made for a guilt-free late night snack while watching TV!
Beanfields Nacho Chips ($1.05) I was hesitant to try these chips since I’ve tried a similar chip before (from a different brand), but these were delicious! I didn’t even realize they were vegan until I went to write about them. The texture was just a little heartier than a Doritos but I thought the flavor was better than a traditional nacho cheese chip. My husband agreed and forgot to pass back the bag.
Hippeas Organic Chickpuffs in Vegan White Cheddar ($0.82) are like Cheetos, sort of. They have that same kind of shape and crunch but they are vegan and are not bright orange. They also have fiber!
Bark Thins Snacking Chocolate Dark Chocolate Pretzel ($1.62) I have always loved the combo of pretzels and chocolate!
Maybe these aren’t the prettiest to look at but they tasted amazing!
Sheila G’s Bite Size Brownie Brittle Chocolate Chip ($1.99) College students are generally teenagers and teenagers love to snack!
My student loves the crispy edges of brownies and this is similar, with that dark chocolate flavor but extra crispy.
Olly Protein Bars ($2 each) We received two different flavors of these bars. I think they make a pretty good meal replacement and you can eat them while studying in the school library or between classes. Pea protein is the first ingredient and they also have good-for-you foods like quinoa, flax, and dates.
Tate’s Chocolate Chip Crispy Cookies ($1.08) If you need something that tastes like a classic chocolate chip cookie but don’t have time to bake, then reach for these crispy cookies. Your child will think they taste just like the ones you make! The ones in this bag were mini, maybe the size of a quarter.
Creative Snacks Co. Gourmet Blend ($3.21) Trail mix is something that is easy enough to mix up, yet I rarely do that for some reason.
Here we’ve got plump pieces of dried fruits and nuts like cashews, pecans, and pistachios. Very tasty.
Water Bottle + Drink Packs Stay hydrated this fall with a BPA-free water bottle and an assortment of drink mixes.
I found 11 packets in a variety of flavors. Some have extra immune-stimulating vitamins while others promote energy. I like that there were so many to choose from so my student can try them all and let me know which she prefers and I will make sure to keep those on hand!
LED Flashlight Keychain A flashlight is handy to have on hand and is a convenient way to keep keys corralled.
I am loving the bright neon colors of these exclusive Multi Purpose Pens. They each write in black ink but you can pull the back off and find a neon highlighter underneath! The black spongy tip on the back is a stylus.
Welly Bravery Bandages ($6.99) Accidents happen and this is an item that I wouldn’t have thought to purchase when shopping for dorm supplies.
There are 48 bandages in a reusable tin.
The bandages are all standard size and they come in three different colors. My teenager seemed happy to keep these in her room so she wouldn’t have to make the long trek to the first aide cabinet in our kitchen.
I have two daughters, one who recently graduated from college (she’ll be starting graduate school next month!) and one who is a junior in high school and they both LOVE CampusCube! My girls both agreed that they enjoyed the snacks, drinks, and other items in the box. I am the type of person who gets easily overwhelmed so I didn’t send care packages very often when my daughter was away but Campus Cube makes it super easy, just subscribe and then know that your child will receive a special box of care items and snacks to help them out while they are away from the nest. You can always go out and buy all of this stuff yourself in bulk and get boxes and tape and make a trip to the post office and that’s fine, but I appreciate being able to send a box automatically no matter how busy life is at home and CampusCube takes care of the rest. I think the boxes would also be appreciated by a student away at boarding school, camp, or who is away from home for other reasons or even for a teenager still living at home.
What do you think of CampusCube? Let me know in the comments!