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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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On the fence about what lunchbox to buy for the kiddos? I recently asked our readers about some of their favorites and here are some of the responses! Check these out to see which ones might fit your needs best and let me know what you choose.

I have loved the easy lunch boxes containers & lunch boxes. They are inexpensive ($7) and so easy. I love the size of the easy lunchboxes lunchbox. It is a rectangle with a zipper around the top and holds 2 containers plus drink & icepack. And the liner is not loose inside.

We bought two Omieboxes last year. Best $80 ever spent. They’re in perfect condition. And trust me, you want that backup for those hurried mornings when you realize yesterday’s hasn’t been emptied out.

I love the Bentgo kids! Leakproof! And I feel like the small sections help me pack more of a variety of foods. And feel good about not using multiple disposable ziplock bags every day. The Bentgo Fresh also has deep sections making for nice size sections.

My husband loved his Thirty-one insulated lunch box before he started working from home.

My kiddo doesn’t take a lunch anymore, but I like PackIt! I like the new ones that lay down and have a zippered flip up lid.

I love the UnderArmour lunch box. It’s a bit larger and a thermal hard liner on the inside helps keep lunch cooler. Outside bottle holder if you send an extra drink. Worth the price, lasts for years and cleans up great!

Pottery Barn Kids. My son used his for years and it is still in good shape. I just bought my daughter one for kindergarten.

Planet Box – good for kids and adults. We have used them year after year. It’s the only lunch box my kids have used. Planet Box. My son has carried lunch in his every day for 5 years. No issues whatsoever.

LLBean kids! Easy to clean and the material is durable and looks good even after a dunk in the sink!

YumBox for littles! Mine have used theirs all four years of preschool and my oldest is taking his to first grade now. One of our boxes even survived getting run over by a car!

Lands End. Top quality and insulated.

What kind of lunchbox do you prefer?

11 Best Lunchboxes | Bentgo, YumBox & More