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[Goodfood] Goodfood free first box for new customers.

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Jr. Member
Nov 15, 2017
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Goodfood free first box for new customers.

Deal Link:
Savings:
Up to $93
Retailer:
Goodfood
Use code: DE90LJU64

$93 off of your first box. Even better deals than two years ago. It’s enough for 4 standard recipes X2 servings. I believe it’s for new customers only.

If you order more expensive recipes, you will get up to $93 off.

Deal in 2019:
first-meal-kit-box-free-87-value-2284082/

One catch is that you need to cancel your subscription 6 days in advance. So after you subscribe to your first box, make sure to skip several weeks deliveries. So you have time to cancel it after you receive the first box. Another catch is you need to chat to completely cancel all of your deliveries and delete your account.
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$93 off first box (new customers):
DE90LJU64
FB87VNO
WC5TLSV
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Sr. Member
Dec 24, 2017
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If you live in the GTA, try foodshare. Less than $30 a box and they employ at risk people. Some of these food boxes are highway robbery with a recipe attached.
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Dec 12, 2014
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I've learned through this company that even if your debit visa and 3 digit security code have expired and a new card has been issued, they are still able to charge your debit bank account using your old visa card credentials on file. Never knew

Also, you need to call or chat to delete your Goodfood account.
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Nov 6, 2006
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Coquitlam
I did this some time ago and tried to make a new account, but they say an account already exists... Maybe they are looking at my address?
Newbie
Oct 1, 2017
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Of the boxes we've tried, we like GF the best. Better portion sizes than a lot of them.
[OP]
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Nov 15, 2017
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Pingalino wrote: If you live in the GTA, try foodshare. Less than $30 a box and they employ at risk people. Some of these food boxes are highway robbery with a recipe attached.
I wouldn’t buy any of their boxes at their listing prices. But with the code, it’s free for new customers. What do you want for something free?
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Apr 4, 2017
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Can you not use prepaid Visa card?
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Nov 15, 2017
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ysl5710 wrote: Can you not use prepaid Visa card?
I use credit card myself.
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Feb 13, 2015
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Doesn't seem like its worth the hassle tbh
😎Thanks RFD😎
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Nov 21, 2011
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Toronto
Note that both codes from the old thread still work (FB87VNO and WC5TLSV) and also give $93 off.
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Nov 11, 2004
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Anyone able to get the coupon to work if they used the previous coupon in 2019?
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Poutinesauce wrote: Or you know, you could just go to the grocery store. But somehow Millennials think it's worthwhile to pay for overpriced boxes with some food inside. Go figure.
There is a market for meal kits or these companies wouldn't exist

Clearly you are not their target market
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Oct 14, 2015
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Toronto
blackston3 wrote: I've learned through this company that even if your debit visa and 3 digit security code have expired and a new card has been issued, they are still able to charge your debit bank account using your old visa card credentials on file. Never knew

Also, you need to call or chat to delete your Goodfood account.
I also read somewhere (unsure if it’s for Goodfood) but if you cancel and then login again, you re-activate your account. Anyone hear something similar?
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Nov 15, 2020
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i thought some of u managed to do a trial twice from 2 years ago.

I waited for the steak recipes before i allowed them to deliver
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Jul 22, 2019
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Poutinesauce wrote: Or you know, you could just go to the grocery store. But somehow Millennials think it's worthwhile to pay for overpriced boxes with some food inside. Go figure.
This is why Uber is so popular. People are lazy now a days.
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Jul 20, 2010
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Poutinesauce wrote: Or you know, you could just go to the grocery store. But somehow Millennials think it's worthwhile to pay for overpriced boxes with some food inside. Go figure.
You do realize you're paying for saving time and new recipes without needing to think about it? It's not "just" overpriced food, there is obviously a benefit to getting these boxes or nobody would be getting them
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Aug 20, 2019
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blackston3 wrote: I've learned through this company that even if your debit visa and 3 digit security code have expired and a new card has been issued, they are still able to charge your debit bank account using your old visa card credentials on file. Never knew

Also, you need to call or chat to delete your Goodfood account.
I've done several of these over time and never once been charged by any of the companies.
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May 29, 2006
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Poutinesauce wrote: Or you know, you could just go to the grocery store. But somehow Millennials think it's worthwhile to pay for overpriced boxes with some food inside. Go figure.
like my neighbor who had a slurpee delivered from skip last week, shes 20 and has a car, and 7-11 is a 5 minute walk away.

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