BirdieBox really is the gift that keeps on giving.
Now there is a special BirdieBox that celebrates the first major of 2014.
BirdieBox offers the most unique and personalized way to have great gift items- golf and non-golf delivered to any person at any address. Each box is attractively packaged and includes the current issue of Golf Digest magazine along with an assortment of goodies.
It's like "The Fruit of the Month Club" or "The Cigar of the Month" but with golfers in mind.
Chances are we will never own a green jacket, but now we can celebrate like we are a member of that famous golf club in Augusta with Birdie Box.
So BirdieBox is excited to announce that its First Major Box is available as a limited-edition for ordering through Thursday, April 13.
The shipping will start April 1, so don't wait. This exclusive offer contains premium products themed to the year’s first major championship.
It's available for order at www.BirdieBox.com.
This beautiful First Major Box boasts a retail value in excess of $230 yet costs just $99.95- a great deal.
Per Birdie Box, this year, the delivery will include:
Travis Mathew “Our Favorite Time of Year” shirt
KENTWOOL “Bubba Green” performance socks
Club Glove green microfiber Caddy Towel
Back9 custom magnolia flower driver head cover
M-Clip green alligator skin cuff links
You can order BirdieBox deliveries all year long, but this one is special.
“From the day we launched, the volume of subscribers and pace of our growth has exceeded our lofty expectations and a lot of our members have been inquiring about specialty boxes like this offering,” explains Keith Bolognese, Founder and CEO of BirdieBox. “We’ve delivered with a cross-section of Tour-proven gear and choice products that celebrate the pageantry of the year’s first major championship.”
You can order your BirdieBox in one-, three-, six- and 12-month options- with subscriptions ranging from $41.65 to $44.95 per month. Retail value of each delivery is $100 or more.
If you want to experience BirdieBox, head to www.BirdieBox.com or @BirdieBox on Twitter.