Crate Space is the first fixed priced shopping platform. What does this mean for you? For $29.99 (+ free shipping) you can purchase any 5 items, no matter what you choose. The result is more time (and space) to do the things you love. According to Crate Space:
- Crate Space curates the most essential household and personal care products — from brands you trust — in everyday sizes that won’t clutter your house.
- There’s no fine print, subscription hooks or delivery minimum – so you don’t have to buy more to save more.
- They scientifically designed our crates to bring you what you need, when you need it. You’ll save an average of 20% off retail prices — without the hassle of coupon clipping, subscription models or price comparing.
For my crate I chose the 5 items above. I intentionally picked items that are my go to brands and items I purchase regularly and they are also some of the pricier items I purchase. How does Crate Space compare on price? Let’s see. Since we are paying $29.99 for 5 items, we are essentially paying $6 for each item. When price comparing all of the items I purchased to what they cost at Walmart the Degree, Renu and Clorox all came out cheaper from Crate Space. The Crest Pro Health Mouthwash ended up costing $1 more from Crate Space and the Sensodyne toothpaste was $.75 more. Overall these same 5 items from Walmart would cost me $31.24, so Crate Space saved me $1.25 in real money. We also have to consider other factors that are valuable, time being the biggest one for me. A trip to Walmart for me is about 20 minutes each way, plus say another 10-15 minutes to shop, plus gas and wear and tear on the car that can add up.
Another advantage that Crate Space advertises other than cost savings is space savings. To get good deals we do shop at club stores pretty often where we buy in bulk. I would have had to buy two bottles of mouthwash, four tubes of toothpaste, 5 sticks of deodorant, a two pack of Clorox wipes and a jumbo bottle of Renu. That is great and all if you have the space to store and also the cash upfront right then. Maybe you do not budget enough to buy four tubes of toothpaste at a time. So this all comes down to each individual in my opinion. If you live in a tiny house or are low on storage then you would want to save money without buying in bulk. If you live a good distance away from a grocery store or department store then you can just get 5 of your favorite items delivered to your door with no more effort than logging on to cratespace.com and adding items to your crate and being done.
So I know you want to give Crate Space a try and grab 5 of your favorite items so Queen of Reviws has teamed up with Crate Space to offer one of my lucky readers a free crate. Just enter using the Giveaway Tools widget below and be sure to show Crate Space some love on facebook and Instagram. Good luck!
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