Date Mail Review - August 2017 - Canadian Couples Subscription Box + PROMO CODE

This box was provided complimentary for review.

What is it? Date Mail
How Much? $48/month, plus tax. Shipping $6 per month. Save on 3 and 6 month terms. Prices in Canadian dollars.
What’s in it? Different themed dates delivered to your door each month.

Date Mail is a Canadian subscription service that sends a date to your door every month. The aim is to help couples re-discover date night in a loving, fun, and exciting way. Each box features a new theme with instructions and everything you need for your date. The experience is always unique and effortless.

In addition to the regular Date Mail monthly subscription, there are some specially curated one-time purchase boxes. You can check them out here.

Upon opening the box I found cute little origami paper hearts. That's a nice touch!

The theme for August is "150 Ways". This is only Part 1. Part 2 will come with September's box. The theme honours Canada's 150th birthday and the box includes items from across Canada.

The product sheet tells us what to expect this month and how to use the included products.

It also gives tips and suggestions for enhancing date night.

First look!

Share some love from Quebec. There's only one maple lollipop included because sharing a snack like this can be very sensual.

Feel the love from Manitoba with this Black Cherry Lip Scrub from Lend Me Some Sugar Bath Co. in Winnipeg. Keep your lips in kissable shape by taking turns rubbing this delicious scrub on one another. It can be sensual and very funny!

Ready to strip down for some Albertan love? This Skinny Dipper Delight Soap hails from the Goat Mountain Soap Company in Alberta. The soap glows in the dark! 

This magnet was designed with love in Ontario and represents a booklet that Date Mail sent to subscribers via e-mail. The PDF booklet includes 75 date night ideas and ideas on how to keep the spark alive. The next 75 will be sent with the September box.

These two double sided date cards are the same, so there's one for each of you. Randomly leave them where they can easily be found. Which side will you leave face up?!

It's time for some loving from the west coast! While the Tval Massage Oil is made in Newfoundland, the little jar of Northern Lights Black Spruce essential oil was sourced from BC. There's just enough to add it to the massage oil for a BC wilderness inspired massage. The info sheet also includes tips on giving a great massage.

Every month, Date Mail includes simple and effective relationship tips from Dr. Rose Backman. This month's tips are related to the 150 Ways to Please Your Lover download that goes along with the magnet. Little things go a long way to keeping happiness and satisfaction in a relationship.

The August Date Mail included five different things to help enhance date night, plus a PDF booklet of 75 date night ideas. The Canada 150 theme is very creative and it's cool that Tara from Date Mail was able to source products from all across Canada. I also like that some of the date night ideas are fun and silly, and some are sexy and sensual. Variety is the spice of life, after all!

Interested in trying Date Mail? Use promo code BOXADDICT to get 10% off your first order!

Click here to check out Date Mail.

Disclaimer: Box information is correct as of posting date. As prices and terms are subject to change, please be sure to read the FAQ of this company before signing up. 


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