There are some little downsides to goodies. You have to wait 2-4 weeks to be able to subscribe. You first sign up for an invite, then play the waiting game. And the only other negative I can think of is that the website slows down all mobile devices A LOT. Like my text doesn't show up until five seconds after I've typed it. But that isn't something I would unsubscribe for by any means.
Pringles Stix Cheese ($2)- These were pretty good. They tasted like pretz with a cheeto-like coating. I at it pretty quickly.
Dream Water ($2.50)- Dream water works pretty well, but that's because it is basically Melatonin. I already take melatonin every night, and this felt the exact same. The only differences being you can drink the water, but the price is a lot higher.
Gimme Honey Dijon Seaweed Snacks ($1.66)- I love seaweed, a lot actually. But the flavor on this wasn't too fantastic. I think mustard and seaweed just aren't supposed to be together. Maybe it would've tasted better on a salad or something of that variety.
Highland all butter Shortbread Cookies ($1.08)- I went to Scotland a couple years back, and they sold shortbread like this everywhere. That being said, it wasn't as good as the stuff in Scotland but it was quite tasty.
Smooch Fruit Snack ($2) - I don't know why this was called a fruit snack, I would say it is more of a smoothie. But I really enjoyed this. It was thick, fruity, and I think it was healthy too. There were some banana lumps, which aren't a negative to me at least.
Lays Stax Adobadas ($2)- Adobadas means marinated, and Que Rico is how rich. Not sure how that makes sense, maybe just rich marinated. But these tasted pretty good. I just wish they were spicier.
The value of this box was about $11.24. I am pretty happy with this value, since the box was only seven bucks. I used all of the products in here too, and was happy with all of them.
Verdict: Great box.