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Amazing Clubs specializes in a long list of clubs for food, drink, coffee, dinner and more to meet any gift giving challenge you may face. Founded in 2003, Amazing Clubs currently services over half a million customers and is the largest club provider in existence. They have a history of consistently delivering good quality products on time and as expected.
Amazing Clubs provides members a complete dessert tasting experience. Desserts are never duplicated over the course of a membership and each selection arrives as a pleasant surprise. The desserts are delivered in nice packaging that is designed to keep the dessert fresh and delicious during it's journey to the doorstep. Some historical selections have been mocha java cake, rocky road brownies, and scones.
Beyond the wonderful desserts, you will enjoy free shipping and flexibility that caters to your needs. Whether the dessert is for yourself or for someone else as a gift, you will be satisfied with the level of professionalism and customer service at Amazing Clubs.
Each delivery period, either one or two desserts will arrive based on your preferences. Amazing Clubs offers the most flexible selection of gift frequency of any clubs reviewed. You can choose a duration of 3, 6, or 12 months. Furthermore, you can select whether you want the dessert to be delivered monthly or every other month. Membership costs are the most affordable, with the option to pay all at once or monthly if so desired.
Upon ordering a dessert club membership, the recipient will receive notification of the gift along with your personalized message. If you're rushed for time, you have the option of printing the gift notification with your own printer and delivering it yourself. The dessert recipient will also receive a newsletter with each dessert delivery, explaining the origin and ingredients of the selection. In the event you aren't satisfied with your desserts you may cancel your membership at any time for a full refund.
We found numerous positive reviews and satisfied comments from Amazing Club members. We most appreciated the affordability of this dessert club, including the flexibility of paying up front or monthly as desired. Amazing Clubs also has a strong sense of customer service and has geared the company to making happy, repeat customers.
If you want to send delicious desserts to a family member, friend or business contact, Amazing Clubs should be your first stop. They earn our highest rating.
David's Cookies was founded in 1979 in New York City. Years later the company created an online cookie and dessert store. David's Cookies specializes in cookies, brownies, monthly dessert clubs, cheesecakes, cookie dough and more.
Dessert club selections are prearranged and scheduled by David's Cookies. Some upcoming selections include chocolate satin cake, raspberry almond tart, scones, mini cheesecakes and more. Gift recipients will receive their first dessert along with a gift message from the gifter. Recipients may look online at the calendar to know what to expect during the duration of their membership.
The cost of the dessert club starts at $119 for 3 months and goes up to $399 for 12. Unfortunately David's Cookies does not offer a monthly payment plan for those looking to budget the cost of the gift over time.
If you are less than satisfied with the quality or freshness of a product, David's Cookies will either reship the item or refund you for the total value. With the long history of being in business we doubt any issues will arise but it's nice to know that David's Cookies wants to please the customer.
For those that enjoy quality, delicious desserts at their door step, David's Cookies Dessert Club is a great option with fair pricing. The customer service team was friendly and willing to assist. If you are looking to give a gift or join a club, this is a good place to look.
Wolferman's original slogan, more than 100 years ago, was "Good Things to Eat". Begun in 1888 in Kansas City, Missouri, this retailer has decades of experience as a top-notch bakery. It's no surprise, then, that their Dessert Clubs focus on baked goods like cakes, scones, and sweet breads.
You've got more options with this retailer than with most of their competitors: they offer not one but two Dessert Clubs, Bakery Favorites and Premier Bakery. The Bakery Favorites Club ranges from $79.99 to $274.99, with subscription options of 3, 6, and 12 months. What sorts of Desserts can you expect? Baklava, Cinnamon Rolls, and Tearoom Scones are just a few of the selections sent out previously.
This dessert club allows you to choose the month you'd like the club to start: either the current month or one of the next two months to come. We love that Wolferman's publishes their product schedule in advance, so that customers can decide which months might best fit their sweet tooth and start their club subscription accordingly. You'll want to select the 12-month option in the drop-down box in order to see the year's desserts, and then choose the 3- or 6-month membership that has what you like, if you're not opting for the full year plan.
Another plus for Wolferman's Dessert Club is that every purchase is backed by a straightforward guarantee: you'll love it or you'll get a replacement or refund, whichever you prefer. Wolferman's is part of a larger group of brands - including Harry & David, The Popcorn Factory, and 1-800-Flowers - which all offer that level of customer service. Given that there were no reviews on the Wolferman's site about their Dessert Club, it's good to know that they've got the backing of such a reputable company affiliation.
The only drawbacks we can find are the slight lack of variety (if you want a dessert that isn't a baked good, you won't find it here) and the high shipping costs compared with other Dessert Clubs. The higher-ranked businesses include delivery in their subscription price, but Wolferman's charges $6.99 per delivery. Over the course of a 12-month membership, that can adds up quickly.
Given the high quality of desserts and the reasonable cost of the Dessert Club, Wolferman's may wind up being your top pick for your favorite fan of baked goods.
Harry & David is one of the most popular names in gift-giving. Although some of their most popular items are available in retail stores - their Moose Munch comes to mind - their best selection is available online, including seasonal fruits, gift towers and baskets, and gourmet foods.
Their Dessert of the Month Club includes options of 3, 6, or 12-month deliveries, with selections ranging from premium popcorn and cookies to cheesecake and chocolate-covered strawberries. At the time of our review, prices were $109.99 for a 3-month membership, $209.99 for six months, and $379.99 for a full year's subscription.
Harry & David does allow you to choose which month you'd like to start shipment of your Dessert of the Month Club from the current month or the next two calendar months. However, your options only include 3, 6, or 12 months, with no option for quarterly deliveries. In other words, if you choose a 3-month membership starting in March, the desserts will come in March, April and May.
One plus is that Harry & David publishes all of their desserts for the calendar year, letting you see well in advance if there's a different time of year you'd rather start your subscription. For example, if their January dessert is a HoneyBell Cheesecake and you're not a fan, you may want to wait until February's selection of Sea Salt Caramels to begin your Dessert Club membership.
We weren't terribly impressed with Harry & David's pricing - average to expensive compared with other competitors - or with the fact that the Dessert Club is not eligible for free shipping within the Celebrations Passport program. This program allows shoppers to pay an annual fee of less than $30 and get free shipping across a whole group of brands that includes 1-800-Flowers, The Popcorn Factory, and Simply Chocolate. Instead, Dessert Club subscribers should expect to pay $6.99 per delivery, even if they purchase the Passport for other purchases. On the other hand, when we visited the site, there was an offer to save 20% off the total subscription cost of any length of membership, which would almost exactly cover those shipping fees.
We do like that Harry & David - and every other brand in the group - offers "the strongest guarantee in the business", where customers can expect a replacement or refund if anything isn't an absolute hit. This is a good thing, especially given that the only review on the Dessert of the Month Club is very negative: the customer said that at least four of the desserts were a disappointment, with a soggy pie, bitter-tasting blondies and brownies, and a dry chocolate cake.
So, should you choose Harry & David's Dessert of the Month Club for your gift-giving needs? They do allow you to include a personalized gift message at no extra charge, or you can select a personalized greeting card for an additional $3.99. And, you may like being able to see which desserts are scheduled each month, to tailor your purchase to your recipient's tastes. Just be aware that at least one customer was less-than-thrilled with the overall quality of the food they received, and be prepared to request a refund or replacement if needed.
Month Club Store provides a cookie club membership that is straightforward but with too few bells and whistles. The website lacks detailed information and a professional appearance that we've come to expect from dessert clubs.
The Month Club Store provides a dessert club that includes 1 dozen cookies delivered each month for 3 to 12 months, based on your selection. Alternatively, you can choose to have 2 dozen cookies delivered for only $6 more per month. One of our concerns when comparing Month Club Store with the other clubs is that the weight of the cookies was not listed and may drastically differ from those offering 1 to 2 pound averages.
The cookies are manufactured by Eileen's Cookies and include choices such as oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip, peanut butter and more. The first delivery includes a personal message of your choice.
Unlike some of the higher ranked dessert club memberships, you cannot choose from a bimonthly, quarterly or less frequent membership to reduce the overall cost. In addition to lacking flexibility, they also made no guarantee about the product they deliver. Overall, Month Club Store provides a lackluster dessert club membership that is missing a professional appearance, membership flexibility, and a good reason to select them over the higher ranked programs.
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.
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:
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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