Ok guys, I'm doing some research.
If you're a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, etc. that purchases gifts for children how much would you be willing to pay for a subscription fee for a service that delivers a product to the child via mail every month?
It would automatically ship every month and include themed items for the months of the child's birthday, halloween and christmas.
Would you prefer to pay a month-to-month subscription fee or save money and purchase a 3 month, 6month or 12 month subscription?
Remember, it's all hypothetical.
Thanks for participating!
Personally, no. I'd rather choose individual things for my son.
I don't think I would buy such a service as a grandparent. I have time to do this sort of thing myself and derive pleasure from making a choice as to when and what to give.
Thanks for the responses...I definitely understand that a lot of people prefer to pick their own gifts out.
I agree it is fun picking your own gifts out GG And If I could I would do that everyday For a child, I would suscribe to a themed set of items if that was agreed upon and the best option available & do so on a Quarterly basis
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