When signing up with Sock Panda, you can choose whether to receive one or two pairs of socks per month. ($12 or $19 respectively with discounts for longer term subscriptions) You also get to choose the general design of the socks you get--"Patterns and Prints", "Wild and Crazy" or "One of Each". Since I'm on the two pairs per month plan, I chose the last option. For every new subscription, they donate a pair of socks to someone in need.
Here are the two exceedingly cute pairs of socks I received for July's shipment. These are made of 85% cotton, 10% nylon and 5% spandex; very soft and stretchy.
The first pair is white with a pattern of colored pennants in aqua, purple and red. The little panda head is at the top of each sock and the Sock Panda logo is across each toe. I don't wear many white socks but then I didn't have any this cute either!
Although I haven't shown them in a blog post before, I received the next pair of socks in a previous shipment. With the sea theme of orcas wearing sunglasses and fish and crabs in the deep blue sea below, they are beyond adorable. I am glad to have these to add to my gift pile but I would not have been happy if they had been a less attractive or fun pair of socks.
After subscribing to Sock Panda for six months, this is the first duplicate pair I've received. That makes me wonder what sort of controls they have in place to avoid that happening. If they are just choosing socks randomly each month, the risk of duplication seems pretty high. The saving grace is that these socks are SO cute that it's not hard to gift or trade extras.
Some discount codes that are working at the time of this post are:
HELLO, SUB15, MILITARY15 - 15% discount
PANDA10, SAVE10 - 10% discount
These discounts are applied to your initial payment so they are worth more the longer the term length you choose. Besides building up your own sock drawer, Sock Panda subscriptions make great gifts. With fun socks for men, women and children, they pretty much have feet needs covered!
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