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Great Deal on HelloFresh! Perfect Gift Idea for Travelers & Family

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I’m a huge fan of HelloFresh, a delivery service that sends all the (fresh) ingredients needed to cook 3 meals to your doorstep, perfect for folks who are constantly traveling and/or don’t have the time to grocery shop and don’t want a fridge full of spoiling items.

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I was skeptical when Jeanne first introduced me to it, but I’ve become a huge fan. Not just for the convenience, but also because it’s improving my cooking skills and doubles as a social event when I have friends over.

HelloFresh Keri Entertaining

LivingSocial currently has an offer for new customers of only $29 a box which includes shipping! A great gift for people always on the go, or (since it’s so easy to use) for someone you don’t know what to get.

Interestingly enough, you can actually get a slightly better deal using my referral code N9DW9L. That code will get you $40 off your first box making it the same $29 including shipping. But then you can also go through a cashback portal to get more benefits, such as 850 American Airline miles,  700 Alaska Airline miles, or 30% cashback through TopCashBack.com. (You’ll enter my referral code at checkout to get the $40 discount).

But regardless of which deal you choose, it’s definitely worth considering for yourself or as a holiday gift for others!

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2 Comments

  1. smitty06

    December 10, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    How are the portion sizes? I am considering this as a gift for a couple with a small child (2 years), but it doesnt really work, if its not enough food for them.

  2. Keri Anderson

    December 11, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    Good question. I usually find the portions are more than enough for two people and I typically have leftovers, unless both of us have just worked out or haven’t eaten all day. The only time it might be a little awkward is when they send two pieces of protein like chicken or fish, so they’d need to divide them for three people.

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