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  • Boxed-up romance delivered on a monthly basis
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Boxed-up romance delivered on a monthly basis

Candles, jewellery and vouchers for new restaurants – Better Boyfriend is a brand that helps you spoil that special someone. The subscription service sends monthly care packages filled with goodies that make setting up a date or spoiling your partner a process that's effort-free. 

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