SnackCrate to Send Lucky Customers on Overseas Trips with its Adventure Ticket Contest, Offers New Subscriptions for $5

SnackCrate, provider of international-themed snack collections, is now offering its subscribers an opportunity to experience the countries featured in its boxes first-hand through the SnackCrate Adventure Ticket™.

Those seeking a taste of other cultures can subscribe to SnackCrate’s service and experience a curated assortment of snacks from a different country every month. Countries featured include: Japan, Germany, South Korea and more. For a limited time, all new SnackCrate subscriptions are offered at $5 for the first month.

In addition to the low introductory box price, every SnackCrate subscription enters customers to win the SnackCrate Adventure Ticket™. Customers who find the ticket in their SnackCrate will win a trip for them and a friend to that month’s featured country. The contest will run through the end of 2018, with one trip given away each month.

“I developed SnackCrate to offer people an escape from the everyday,” said Kyle Roarke, Founder and CEO of SnackCrate. “Now, with Adventure Ticket, we’re taking that to the next level. When their SnackCrate arrives, we want our customers to imagine what it’s really like to travel to an exciting new country – because they actually might.”

SnackCrate subscriptions are available at Both the $5 introductory offer and the contest are available for a limited time.

About SnackCrate
SnackCrate was founded in 2015 with the goal of bringing the world together. Now one of the world’s largest subscription boxes, SnackCrate delights and surprises over 180,000 customers nationwide. Its dedicated employees travel the world to find the most interesting snacks and curate an unboxing experience tailored to each country. Each monthly box features a new and exciting place from around the globe.

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