Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Barkbox Groupon Deal November 2014!

 groupon barkbox deal

Groupon has Barkbox on sale!!

Choose from Three Options
$22.99 for a one-month subscription to BarkBox ($29 value)
$59.99 for a three-month subscription to BarkBox ($72 value)
$109.99 for a six-month subscription to BarkBox ($126 value)

On the 15th of every month, BarkBox ships a bounty of high-end dog products to your dog's doorstep. Tailored to the size of your dog, every box comes stocked with four to six items that can encompass anything from healthy treats to innovative toys and helpful hygiene products. Each box includes items of up to $40 in value. Plus, a portion of all proceeds goes to help dog shelters and rescue initiatives.

We absolutely LOVE our Barkboxes and if you have a dog that loves treats and toys, this is a great opportunity to snag some at a great price!  You can see the November Barkbox review here.  That's for a small dog.

Check out the Groupon Deal here!

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  1. That 3-month discount price is good. The cost comes to $20 per box, that's $60 total for 3 months. The price savings on a 6 month deal is $40 overall. Bark Box seems the highest quality, except for Dr D (the vet). Similar items, but Dr. D's is a labor of love, and therefore she'll personalize. Such as if your dog likes a certain type of toy, just email her. But both boxes offer similar, quality items. Today I investigated all the pet boxes. I would not even consider any but Bark Box and Dr. D. Both have almost identical systems and pricing structures. But she is not offering holiday specials, which means $110 vs $150 for a 6-month sub. I just cannot decide. Bark Box is cute, really fun. Dr. D is a veterinarian and the treats are always perfectly sized and safe. Your dogs are bigger and can wolf stuff down, mine is only 10 pounds.

    1. I really like Barkbox. It's definitely the best dog box that I have had the opportunity to review. The best thing is that if you receive a toy that your dog will shred, you can contact Barkbox and they will send you a toy more suitable. They call it their Scout's Honor Program. Plus, they are the only ones I know of that have a "Tiny Dog" option for dogs under 10lbs. I haven't heard of the Dr. D's one, though, so I may have to look into that.