Glymm points

I’ve been a subscriber to Glymm boxes for a year as of July. You can see my monthly updates on YouTube where I show you unveiling videos of the new boxes that come in.

When you refer new members, or fill out surveys you earn points towards free products. I milk that for alllllll it’s worth, you guys. I put my referral link underneath my videos and of course, right here on my blog as well. So whenever someone signs up to get a new box for themselves, I get myself 50 points. Win-win!

Glymm has got to be the best Canadian subscription box out there, in my opinion. I think it was because they handed out candy for the first few months in their boxes. That must be it ;) Glymm’s customer service is A+, and I’ve never had any issues with them whatsoever. I’ve had a million and one questions when I messed up payment options, or just random questions about orders in general. They’re quick answering their e-mails back too, and the girls (and guys?) working there are just SO sweet. In fact, I even met one of the girls I used to deal with at Glymm, I met Priya in Toronto back in June!

Plus, Glymm is still one of the cheapest Canadian subscription boxes. Even if they did raise their price for new members ($12.00/month). But they still kept us old subscribers happy, and will continue to charge us the original $10.00/month. Not every company has or was willing to do that for their members.

Alright, so back to my original blog post plan. My Glymm points were slowly disappearing on a daily basis, because if you don’t already know this — Glymm points expire after 1 year. I’ve been visiting the Glymm shop on a daily basis, deciding what to get. So I finally bit the bullet and just checked out with whatever was in my shopping cart and had it delivered. I’m definitely a happy camper! Here’s my loot:

I used a coupon code to get this necklace for free with my purchase (under “Special Offers“). With all of the freebies I got, I could get some NOLA Garden Gates! Moses.

I am not affiliated with Glymm at all. I just get free points as everyone else would, referring friends.

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Glymm points to spend

What would you pick if you had the option between these T3 styling tools, or would you not pick any of them? Why or why not?

I’ve been subscribed to a monthly beauty box called Glymm for nearly a year. I rarely post about the subscription boxes on my blog but I always do an unveiling of the boxes I receive monthly, on my YouTube channel. I have accumulated $205 worth of Glymm points from filling out the survey, to buying boxes for nearly a year and also from referring friends. I’ve always eyed up the T3 styling tools and wanted to gather enough points to get something of value.

//1. Single Pass Whirl clipless curling iron = $150.00
// 2. Featherweight Professional Hair dryer = $220.00
// 3. 1″ flat iron = $180.00

Is it me or are they just ridiculously all overpriced? Is T3 the new Chi? Am I wasting my points on these tools?

Here are my thoughts:

//1. I’ve always wanted a clipless curling iron.  But I’m useless when it comes to properly styling my hair.
//2. I already have a nice hair dryer.
//3. I try not to straighten my hair much anymore because it’s damaging.

Did I already answer my questions?

I’ve read all the reviews on Sephora and both have equally good and bad things said about them.I’m just stumped right now and I have been for weeks. Which is why I have decided to post this oh so heart wrenching  “dilemma” on my blog.

Or I could skip out on all of these products and just go buck wild and get a ton of little things like hand creams and shampoos. But I feel like I have enough of those from subscribing to FOUR deluxe sample boxes for the last little while. Off to research skid steer for sale. But before I go…

What would you get?

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