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Finding a new, exciting gift year after year for a friend, family member or business contact can be a challenge. A great new idea that has been gaining in popularity the last few years is a dessert club membership.

In a dessert club, delicious desserts are sent monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly, depending on the flexibility of the club and the customer's preference. Dessert selections are either predetermined by the company, selected by the gift recipient, or can arrive as a complete surprise. For dessert lovers, especially those hard to buy for, receiving a new dessert every few weeks can be a delightful experience.

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5 stars
Amazing Clubs

AMAZING CLUBSTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Amazing Clubs delivers the best dessert club in our review. With their combination of affordability, quality, and customer service, they lead the pack of dessert of the month clubs. Their club is easy to pay for, with delicious selections that should easily please anyone on your gift-giving list. Read More... Visit
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4 stars
David's Cookies

DAVID'S COOKIES

David's Cookies provides more than just cookies for those looking to give a unique gift. Their program provides a one or two dessert per month offering for 1 to 12 months - your choice. The intended desserts are listed in advance letting you know what can be anticipated. Unfortunately, you must pay for the entire program up front. Read More... Visit
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3.5 stars
Wolferman's

WOLFERMAN'S

For over a century, Wolferman's has been known for mouth-watering baked goods. With a good quality Dessert Club, you'll be able to enjoy delicious baked goods every month of the year. Wolferman's prices are competitive, but be aware that the monthly delivery cost is not included in the subscription. Read More... Visit
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3.5 stars
Cheryl's

CHERYL'S

Cheryl's Cookies has been delivering sweet treats for many years. Aside from cookies, their main Dessert Club consists of brownies in a wide range of flavors, with subscriptions lasting for 6 or 12 months. Cheryl's is spendier than many Dessert Clubs, however, with a $6.99 delivery charge on each shipment. Read More... Visit
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3 stars
Harry & David

HARRY & DAVID

Harry & David enjoys a good reputation in the gift-giving industry, and their customers can rest assured that the company stands behind their Dessert of the Month Club. Most shoppers will appreciate knowing exactly what to expect with each month's shipments. Prices are higher than the competition, however, and at least one customer said the desserts included failed to impress with respect to quality. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
Month Club Store

MONTH CLUB STORE

Unfortunately, we couldn't find a reason to buy a dessert club membership from the Month Club Store. The membership program lacks flexibility, a good guarantee, and a lot of luster. We recommend you first shop a higher rated dessert club provider with a more professional offering.
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However, not all dessert clubs are alike and it's important to understand the policies before you sign up. Important aspects of a dessert club membership to be aware of are:

  • Flexibility. Will you be able to select the length of dessert club membership and frequency of delivery that fits your budget? Will you be able to select the dessert choices or are they selected by the company?
  • Cost. What can you expect to pay for the dessert club that best meets your needs? Can you make monthly payments or do you need to pay a single, flat rate fee?
  • Satisfaction Policy. If you aren't happy with the timeliness, quality or taste of the delivered desserts are you able to stop the membership and receive any portion of the cost back?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Dessert Clubs available today. We hope this information helps you find the right dessert club to meet your needs!

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LROOM Boutique serves desserts in the shapes of flowers and fruit

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