Spice Subscription Gift Card Redemption - 9 Months

Spice Subscription Gift Card Redemption - 9 Months

Spice Subscription Gift Card Redemption - 9 Months

Steps to Redeem:

1. Add Item to cart and hit the "Check Out" button

2. Enter your email and shipping address in the provided fields.

3. Enter your gift card code where it says "Have a Gift Card or Promo Code" and hit the "Next" button. If your gift card was issued after June of 2021 skip this step.

4. Under "Billing and Payment" click on the checkbox next to "Apply a gift card."  Skip this step if your gift card was issued before June of 2021.

4. Enter your credit card and hit the "Checkout" button

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Customer Reviews

Based on 300 reviews
Fun Gift

A six month subscription was the perfect gift for a couple who love to cook. Great opportunity to try so new spices and learn about their origin. The give was very well received.

Maren Morton

I bought the 6 month subscription as a gift, and it was the greatest gift idea ever! They love the surprise spice pack and love the recipe ideas. All the spice blends are incredible and the recipes are amazing. Highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys cooking and learning new meal ideas.

Great gift

I got the 6 month subscription for my boyfriend who was complaining that he didn't hav good seasonings. Now he has a great variety of seasonings and they all smell and taste so good!

Karen Wonsik
Best gift to give

I bought the 12 month gift subscription as a Christmas gift for family and THEY LOVE IT! I get photos every month of the recipe they try with their new spice of the month. They get to try new things and I'm the best gift giver!

Courtney Ostaff
adds some great spice to our daily cooking

We received this as a gift and have enjoyed a little reminder every month to break us out of a rut. The spices are always fresh and strong, which helps make delicious dishes, like the lebkuchen buckwheat waffles we made over the winter holidays. Sometimes, like the ras el hanout, they're spices we can't buy locally (or easily online), and so experimenting has been fun--we made a ras el hanout orange cake. This was a lovely gift and I'm crossing my fingers that we get it again next year.