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Although often considered a splurge, subscription boxes can be quite the little life-savers. Say you always forget to buy razor blades until it’s too late (read: you’ve got serious razor burn)? There’s a subscription box for that. Never remember to eat breakfast in the morning and feel totally drained by noon? There’s a subscription box for that. Or maybe you never have anything fun (cough, cough, educational) to do with your kids on a rainy day. Yep, there’s even a box for that.
And while we totally recommend treating yourself to one, subscription boxes also make excellent gifts for those friends and relatives that are usually so hard to shop for (looking at you, Dad). Plus, since in-store shopping isn't the norm this year, sending a subscription box is easy to do from home, but feels more personal than putting a gift card or check in the mail. With monthly deliveries fit for everyone on your list—like your BFF who loves wine to your aunt who picked up painting during quarantine to your sister who is skincare-obsessed—choosing a specific themed subscription box shows you put thought into the present even if it wasn't hand-selected from a store shelf like in year's past.
But since you can’t possibly sign-up or gift them all, we've rounded up the absolute best monthly subscription boxes in the fashion, beauty, food, home, wellness, books, kids and pets categories to help you make the best choice. You're welcome.
Cost: $20 styling fee that goes toward the cost of the items you purchase. If you buy everything in your box, you receive a 25 percent discount.
What you get: Five items
Why we love it: This one’s for the person who’s tired of scrolling through pages and pages of online stores looking for the perfect items (so... everyone). Stitch Fix acts as an on-demand personal shopper, selecting a mix of clothing and accessories based on an 80-plus question style quiz you take at sign up. The thorough survey helps your stylist nail your taste, price point for different items and notes if you need anything specific, ensuring you’ll love at least one item in your box. The best part though? The size-specific subscriptions they offer. Options include women’s petite, plus and maternity, and men’s big, short and tall, as well as a kid’s subscription for sizes 2T to 14. A membership isn’t required, so you can sign up on a monthly, seasonally or as-needed basis.
Cost: $25 styling fee (waived for Nordstrom cardholders) that goes toward the cost of the items you purchase.
What you get: Six to 10 items
Why we love it: Under the Nordstrom umbrella, Trunk Club gives men and women access to the store’s massive inventory (like sizes ranging from XXS-4X, petite, plus and maternity), but has professional stylists do all the browsing for you. You won’t run into any issues with receiving items you don’t want since you get to approve of each one—and can swap anything out—before they ship. Plus if an item rips or breaks, Nordstrom’s A+ customer service will take care of it. Hello, stress-free shopping!
Cost: $49 - $199 a month, based on the number of items you choose to receive
What you get: One to 10 items at a time, based on your plan
Why we love it: Made for sizes 10 to 32, this plus-size subscription box offers a large variety of styles from smart workwear to casual weekend attire that you can borrow or buy. All plans come with unlimited exchanges and, with more than 150 brands to choose from, it makes keeping your wardrobe up-to-date an easy feat. New customers can sign up with a free 30-day trial.
What you get: 4-5 items worth $75+
Why we love it: Skip gifting dad another box of golf balls. With Bespoke Post’s subscription service he’ll receive a “monthly box of awesome” full of high-quality clothes, home goods and other interesting finds from under-the-radar brands. Each month, he can choose from a variety of different themed boxes, like mixology or gardening, to receive. Or, he can leave it up to auto-select and be surprised with what arrives at his doorstep. Plus, if dad needs a break (or doesn’t see a theme he’s interested in), he can pause at any time and pick back up when he’s ready.
What you get: Six items
Why we love it: Anthropologie, Free People and Urban Outfitters are some of our favorite places to shop, but they can get pricey. That’s where Nuuly comes in. The subscription service allows you to rent six styles from the stores’ many brands every month. Oh, and there’s free shipping and free returns, so there are no hidden fees.
Cost: $28 every one, two or three months
What you Get: Two pairs of tights
Why We Love It: This adorable new subscription service sends beautiful patterned tights—with styles ranging from classic houndstooth to fashion-forward back-seam hearts—that will add some oomph to your fall/winter wardrobe. Made in Italy and designed in Montreal, the tights are recommended by a stylist based on your profile, but ultimately you get to choose which ones end up in your order. Consider your cold weather essentials upgraded.
What you get: Five to 12 products
Why we love it: Remember when the highlight of your weekend was a trip to the mall to roam Claire’s for the perfect butterfly clips? Well, now you can send the same joy of discovering bits and baubles to the kid, tween or teen on your list with the ease of it arriving right at their door. The accessories store’s first ever subscription box lets them choose from three different themed “drops,” or as non-Gen-Zers call them, “boxes.” There’s the GitzyDrop (jewelry for ages 12+), the VibeyDrop (accessories for ages 9+) or the BitsyDrop (playful items like scrunchies and fidget toys for ages 3 to 8).
What you get: Two to three items
Why We Love It: For men who want to expand their style uniform but don’t know where to start, this monthly subscription box offers apparel, footwear and athleisure by the brand’s own men’s labels. Eight months per year you'll receive clothing-only boxes, while the other four months will be split between shoes and activewear. A yearly shipment calendar is sent to customers at the beginning of their membership so they know what to expect each month.
What you get: Two to four pairs of socks, or one to three pairs of underwear, shipped either monthly or quarterly
Why we love it: This men's subscription box sends some of the comfiest underwear and socks around, not to mention in fun patterns with pop culture references, plus motifs from sports and movies. Just choose underwear or socks, the number he wants to receive (two, three or four pairs) and whether he wants them monthly or quarterly. Let the brand pick products based on a brief quiz or he can curate his own box.
What you get: One 30-day supply of a fragrance
Why we love it: Discover your signature scent while avoiding the headache-inducing fragrance section at your nearby department store with Scentbird’s monthly deliveries. The subscription service helps narrows down options from over 450 designers based on a scent quiz at sign up and sends a travel-size sample to test before splurging on a full bottle. Rate each sample afterwards to help better determine your next month’s supply. It’s also an ideal way for fragrance aficionados to switch up their everyday perfume without breaking the bank.
What you get: Four to six sample-size products
Why we love it: One of the original beauty subscription boxes, this sample-packed delivery is for anyone who likes to test-drive products before purchase. Inside their so-cute-you’ll-want-to-save-it box comes a range of luxe makeup, skincare, haircare or fragrance treasures tailored to your interests. If you fall in love with an item, you can purchase the full-size version with an exclusive discount in Birchbox’s online store.
What you get: Three or more full-size items
Why we love it: Attention, budget-seeking beauty junkies. Allure’s monthly Beauty Box is here to upgrade your collection (and bathroom shelfie) for less than you spend on a week’s worth of coffee. Try out full-size products from best-selling brands like Wander Beauty, Elemis and Tarte for a fraction of what you’d spend at the store.
What you get: A razor, a magnetic holder and two razors in the first shipment. The following package come with four razor blade replacements.
Why we love it: A shaving subscription service whose mission is to eliminate the “pink tax” (the increase in the price of women’s products) with a direct-to-consumer business model is something we can definitely get behind. Choose from one of their colorful razors, designed specifically for women's bodies, and then decide how often you want to receive a new box of blades. You can refill every one, two or three months and have the option to restock on shaving cream, lotion and body wash, too.
What you get: A permanent hair color kit complete with barrier cream, a cleansing wipe, radiant cream color, conditioning color activator, a protective cap, gloves and color enhancing shampoo and conditioner
Why we love it: We first experimented with Madison Reed’s at-home hair color kit during the early days of quarantine, and now we’re totally hooked on the salon-worthy results...and the fact that it?s so much more affordable than a visit to our old colorist.
What you get: Six or more products
Why we love it: This luxe beauty box—brought to you by the trusted clean beauty experts at Dermstore—has your self-care Sunday routine covered. Focusing mainly on skincare, each one is fully stocked with full-size or deluxe travel-size items from a variety of cult classic and emerging brands valued at over $100. As if we needed more reason to love it, BeautyFix often sends new products before they’re available to the public. Cue your beauty-obsessed friends’ jealousy.
Cost: $40 initial fee, then $5 every three months
What you get: Electric toothbrush
Why we love it: Never overuse your dingy bristles again. Get an electric toothbrush set from Quip delivered to your doorstep—with optional add-ons like toothpaste, mouthwash and extra heads. After the initial fee, it will cost you just $5 every three months for replacement brushes.
Cost: $5 starter kit, up to $44 for your second box based on the products you select
What you get: Your first shipment is a Starter Set, which comes with a razor, two blades and travel-size grooming products. From there, you can customize a restock box with full-size items.
Why we love it: If buying razors is always a forgotten task, give your legs a little attention with these personalized shipments. For less money than you’d pay in the store (and way more convenient), Dollar Shave Club offers three razor options: two-blade, four-blade and six-blade and has additional products you can add to your shipment including body wash, shampoo and toothpaste. Plus, you can select what day and how often you want to receive your box.
Cost: From $12/box
What you get: Five full-size products
Why we love it: No measly products here. Subscribe to the Ipsy Glam Bag and you’ll receive five deluxe samples personalized to your beauty preferences. Then, when you really like a formula (which you will), you can shop it directly on Ipsy’s website, making it easy to keep track of all your favorites.
Cost: $5 for the starter set, $15 per refill
What you get: The starter set includes a razor, blade, shave gel and travel blade cover. Each refill box comes with 8 blades with the option to add on products.
Why we love it: Razors are expensive. This brand wants to change that. Hint: The blades are under $2 a piece.
Cost: Starting at $100
What you get: A selection of premium Argentine grass-fed beef
Why we love it: If you’ve found yourself making the same old grilled chicken, we’ve got the answer to get you out of a dinner rut. Enter Carne Collective—a monthly delivery box of world renown beef from Argentina. The company sources its meat from Grade-A, hormone-free, grass-fed Angus cows directly from Argentinian ranches, and each box features curated cuts selected by master butchers, like New York Strip, Filet Mignon and a traditional Argentinian Picanha. You can choose from three different sized boxes that range from $155 to $179 with the option to choose the frequency of deliveries. Or you have the option to create a custom box where you can select the cuts and quantity you’d like. Now, go on, your grill is calling.
What you get: A mix of twelve different types of fruits and vegetables, 1-2 portions per type
Why we love it: This Philadelphia-based startup is dedicated to rescuing “ugly” yet perfectly delicious produce (that would typically end up in landfills), instead delivering them to be used in all sorts of dishes. You can choose between the Mischief Box, which offers a mix of 12 different types of fruits and veggies, or the Madness Box, which gives you 14, and how frequently you’d like a delivery. Each box contains in-season produce sourced from regional farms and is certified organic and non-GMO. Plus, Misfits Market’s boxes end up costing 25-40 percent less than that amount of produce would at your local grocery store. Goodbye food waste, hello stocked fridge.
Cost: $40/month ($24 for your first box)
What you get: 25 snacks
Why we love it: Up your snack game with delicious and better-for-you options delivered straight to your kitchen. Packed with chips, nuts, nutrition bars, jerky and more from innovative brands you can’t find at the average grocery store, SnackNation has plans that range from 8 to 150 snacks a month, curated for everyone from the busy college student to an office full of employees looking for a 3 p.m. snack.
What you get: Portioned ingredients to cook two meals for two people per week, plus cooking instructions
Why we love it: Ideal for beginner cooks who want to learn new skills (you've got to check out those handy video demos!). The OG food delivery service has remained best-in-class due to their inventive, seasonal recipes and focus on quality ingredients. Plus, until December 31, first-time subscribers can save $60 over their first three boxes.
What you get: 12 cooking starters
Why we love it: Cycling through those same old recipes week after week can bring you to your “let’s just get takeout!” culinary breaking point. That’s where Omsom comes in. The brand delivers cooking starters that provide shortcuts to making all kinds of Southeast Asian food, like Vietnamese lemongrass barbecue and Filipino sisg (a traditional pork hash), developed in collaboration with New York City chefs. All you have to do is supply the protein. Each kit has a shelf life of 12 months, so if you only have time to whip up your go-to pasta dishes that week, there’s no worry the ingredients will go bad any time soon.
Cost: From $7/serving
What you get: Portioned ingredients for a week’s worth of meals, plus step-by-step recipe instructions
Why we love it: Home Chef lets you choose your meals based on your dietary needs, and how long you want to spend cooking. You can even customize the recipe, swap a protein or double it if you know you’re having guests.
Cost: From $72/week ($12/serving) for two people, or $82/week ($10/serving) for four people
What you get: A flexible, weekly subscription of vegan meals that come freshly prepared and mostly ready to cook (be prepared to chop up all those veggies)
Why we love it: Unlike other subscription food boxes that have a vegan option, Purple Carrot is exclusively vegan, so delicious veggies are their specialty. Plus, the brand offers breakfast, lunch and snack options in addition to dinner, making it easy to eat plant-based all day long with minimal effort.
What you get: Six candies in 6-ounce size jars
Why we love it: Load up on a collection of six different sweet and sour candies that come in a variety of fun shapes and flavors. Great for the kids (or you know, something special just for you). Candy Club renews at $39 after the first month.
What you get: One bottle
Why we love it: Get the best artisan hot sauce, curated by the experts at Heat Hot Sauce Shop (yes, that’s a real place) and delivered right to your door. Pick from a spice level, Mild, Classic or Extra Hot, and turn up the heat on your next game day spread—now all you have to do is supply the food.
Cost: From $39/month
What you get: A minimum of six seafood items
Why we love it: If they can’t get enough seafood but don’t live near a coast, this sustainably-sourced seafood subscription box from Blue Circle will become their catch of the day. Each month, they’ll be able to choose from an assortment of fish products, like wild-caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon and Pacific white shrimp, to fill their fridge.
What you get: Seven to eight international delicacies
Why we love it: If you love traveling to try new, exotic food, this box is for you. Each month you'll receive a package stuffed with snacks and treats native to a specific country, ranging from Korea to Greece.
Cost: $65/every three months
What you get: One 16.9oz olive oil tin and one 13.5oz apple cider vinegar bottle and unlimited access to community events and cooking classes
Why we love it: Whether you’re looking to expand your cooking game or want to send the perfect gift to a foodie friend, Pineapple Collaborative offers a subscription service that ships countertop-worthy bottles of handcrafted, ethically sourced organic extra virgin olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Oh, and if you bathe your bread in oil, you have the option to swap the bottle of apple cider vinegar with another tin of olive oil.
What you get: Three to four half-pound cuts of cheese
Why we love it: Calling all cheese lovers—we’ve found the subscription box that lets you indulge in quality fromage while you're still stuck indoors. Murray's Cheese of the Month sources the highest quality cheese from producers around the world and delivers it to your door along with a well-thought information card listing serving and wine pairing suggestions. You have the option to order it for three, six or 12 months.
What you get: Two bottles and access to exclusive new flavors
Why we love it: Happy hour just got a whole lot better thanks to Haus’ line of all-natural apertifis. These hand-crafted spirits from Sonoma, California come in a variety of unique flavors like Ginger Yuzu and Bitter Clove, and are lower in alcohol content than spirits like vodka and whiskey. (That means they’re mild enough to keep sipping all evening long!) Plus, thanks to their all-natural ingredients, these drinks contain a fraction of the sugar compared to big-brand aperitifs. We’ll raise a glass to that!
What you get: Four bottles of wine
Why we love it: Skip the awkward dance around the wine store where you don’t know what to purchase. Bright Cellars is a monthly wine club that’ll match you with vino you’ll love based on a taste palate quiz. Put your skepticism aside—this company was created by two MIT grads, so their algorithm for matching you with a bottle you’ll love is legit.
What you get: Two 24-ounce bags of coffee (whole bean or ground) with brewing tips
Why we love it: Even if you head to the grocery store, you won't be able to find the roasts Atlas Coffee Club curates. The monthly subscription service ships gourmet beans from ethically sourced farms in Costa Rica, Kenya, Ethiopia and beyond exclusively to your door. Think of it as a way to travel without leaving the breakfast bar.
What you get: Ingredients for 12 cocktails (besides the alcohol)
Why we love it: Save gin and tonics for wedding open bars. With Shaker and Spoon, it’s easier than ever to whip up an inventive drink for date nights at home. Each month, the subscription box will send perfectly portioned ingredients to create three different craft cocktails that center around a single spirit. Although booze isn’t included, you’ll receive homemade syrups, small-batch bitters and garnishes that’ll make you feel like a certified mixologist.
What you get: Nine glasses of wine
Why we love it: If you love wine, but are more of a casual sipper, VineBox sends one-glass samples instead of full bottles, each filled with a different wine. The quarterly shipments come with educational material that makes it easy to learn about the different varieties and regions, and, if you find something you love, you get credits towards purchasing a full bottle.
What you get: Twelve beers
Why we love it: Impress your friends with bottles and cans from micro breweries around the country. Each box spotlights beer from two breweries located in different regions and comes with four craft beer styles, three beers in each style. Not a bad way to up your standing with the biggest beer aficionados in your life.
Cost: From $13/bottle
What you get: A monthly subscription of expert-picked domestic and international bottles
Why we love it: Before you start sipping, Winc will have you fill out a six-question survey that will determine your palate profile. From the results, the experts at Winc recommend four vinos that you’re sure to love. From there, you can make swaps or additions based on the assortment. Plus, new wines are added to the site daily, so you can try something new every month. You can also rate your wines after you try them, to get the most accurate recommendations each month.
What you get: Eight to 10 full-size items per box
Why we love it: If you love the idea of subscription boxes, but not how specialized they are, FabFitFun’s quarterly box comes with a mix of seasonal products across beauty, health, wellness and fashion. Plus, you’ll get access to exclusive offers from their brand partners and options to add additional items to your box.
What you get: A three-piece outfit
Why we love it: If your bestie has been living in the same leggings since March 2020, it’s time to gift her an activewear (ahem, or loungewear) refresh. Enter Yoga Club, a subscription service where handpicked apparel worth more than $200 arrives each month to help motivate you to tackle your next workout...or boozy brunch.
What you get: Five to seven full-size products
Why we love it: Whether you’re a full-on yogi or just beginning to dabble in Ashtanga, YogiSurprise is a super-fun treat to get each month. In every box you’ll receive products designed to support your practice and well-being. From yoga accessories to natural beauty products and superfood essentials, each box will have you saying om my god, where has this been all my life?
What you get: Three to six full-size products
Why we love it: Create a profile that tells Cairn about your outdoor pursuits, and expect a monthly surprise of expertly curated items fit for your adventures. So whether you're a seasoned hiker or a beginner rock climber, your box can include new-to-market apparel, gear, snacks, skincare and emergency tools that match your activity, worth up to $50.
What you get: Organic pads and/or tampons, panty liners, hygiene wipes, an organic snack and an organic self-care item
Why we love it: In our opinion, all period care products should come with a snack and self-care item. It just makes sense.
Cost: $20 styling fee that goes toward the cost of the items you purchase
What you get: Five items
Why we love it: Your workout is hard enough, so don't sweat shopping for activewear. Dia & Co is a styling service for sizes 14-32. After you take a quiz, they’ll send you a stylish selection of activewear based on your fitness routine and style preferences. Pay only for the items you keep and return anything that won’t make it in your gym bag.
Cost: $7 to $9/month
What you get: 18-count box
Why we love it: There’s a reason these 100 percent organic tampons have been gaining so much attention recently. Get a customized assortment (or choose a plan with pads and liners) shipped to your home every month before that time of the month—all free of harmful ingredients. You can also adjust your product mix or skip a delivery at any time.
Cost: An average box costs $29/month, but price is based on individual items
What you get: 30-day supply
Why we love it: Remembering to take vitamins is so much harder now that mom isn’t around to place them on the kitchen table with breakfast every morning. But Care/of is here to make it a little bit easier. The subscription service recommends personalized blends of vitamins and supplements based on a survey you take about your lifestyle, diet and goals. Then, each month, you'll receive a 30-day supply of your wellness concoction, portioned out into cute daily packs that automatically replenish—no trip to the pharmacy (or mom) needed.
What you get: A therapeutic activity plus six to eight self-care-related products
Why we love it: This monthly delivery is curated by therapists to promote mindfulness and encourage relaxation. We have a hard time remembering to take time for ourself, so having a reminder and some self-care tools at the end of each month would really help.
Cost: From $8/month
What you get: A customized selection of personal care products
Why we love it: Tired of running to CVS all the time? Athena Club is an easy way to get all of your personal care essentials delivered straight to your door. Sign up to have everything from organic tampons to makeup remover wipes to multivitamins sent to you every month, two months or three months, depending on which plan you select.
What you get: One 6-inch diameter plant and one 7-inch diameter ceramic planter
Why we love it: Happy, healthy plants that arrive directly on your doorstep each month is the kind of self-care any greenery-lover can get behind. The Sill offers two plant subscription boxes: the classic, which features one easy-to-care for plant and a pet-safe option that features a non-toxic plant. Both options send a different variety plant each month and give you the option to choose from two different colored handcrafted pots. Hot tip: This also makes for a great housewarming gift!
Cost: From $10/month
What you get: One to two high-quality candles in your choice of size
Why we love it: Gifting a regular ole candle can feel a tad impersonal, but give it a subscription box twist and it suddenly feels special and unique. With Vellabox, they’ll receive one or two jar candles from a small-batch artisan, plus an extra small gift from a wellness brand. Plus, all of the candles are naturally crafted from soy, coconut, vegetable wax and essential oils and feature a seasonal scent.
Cost: $27/every two months
What you get: One to two hour-long game
Why we love it: Love escape rooms? Work with your family and friends to crack codes, solve riddles and discover hidden items—all from the comfort of your home.
What you get: 10 to 16 stems
Why we love it: Out of gift ideas for that one person who has everything? With Bouqs, they’ll get fresh-cut bouquets delivered directly from sustainable farms to their door on a weekly, bi-monthly or monthly basis. That’s definitely better than giving yet another candle. With the choice of all-roses, classic blooms, seasonal or farmer's market arrangements, you can customize each delivery to your recipient’s taste.
What you get: 5-8 products with up to $300 in value
Why we love it: Sure, TikTok is one way to find new, cool products, but if you’re less than ready to scroll through a FYP, let us introduce you to another way to discover innovative brands. Meet Breo Box, a quarterly subscription service that curates a selection of the latest “make my life better” gear that span the tech, fitness and home goods categories. Past boxes have included everything from a Yeti Rambler Mug, to Fujifilm Instax Cameras to TRX home gyms. #impressed
What you get: All the materials for one craft (except common household items)
Why we love it: For the person who’d rather DIY than shop online, make sure they always have a new project in the queue with a craft subscription box. The Crafter’s Box not only sends all the materials and tools, but members also get access to a digital workshop where they can follow along with top artists. Past projects have included fabric weaving, wood carving and dried wreath-making. As an added bonus, they’ll also be invited to join a private community of makers where they can share their project’s progress, ask crafting questions to experts and join live Q&As with artists. But the best part? You might end up on the receiving end of a homemade treasure.
Cost: $30/month + shipping
What you get: Five to seven stationary items
Why we love it: Perfect for the stationery-obsessed, each month of Cloth & Paper’s subscription box is filled with thoughtfully designed items like notepads, stickers, envelopes, pens and more.
What you get: A book, a candle, bath salts, a snack, tea and a body care item
Why we love it: Sampling new books, candles, tea and body care products are some of our favorite things to do—so why not combine them all into one?
Cost: Starting at $20/month + shipping
What you get: One un-framed print
Why we love it: If you love the look of a gallery wall, but don’t know how to start building a cohesive art collection, this service is for you. Art Crate handpicks a curator to work with you each month to select the perfect pieces for your space (and provide solid decorating advice). Choose from four different month-to-month plans based on your preferred artwork size, budget and whether you want frames or not. If you’re ever unhappy with a print, they offer a money back guarantee.
Cost: From $25/month, based on your location
What you get: One plant and one hand-painted pot
Why we love it: Looking to grow your indoor jungle? Enter NYC-based plant shop Horti. Their subscription service ships a hard-to-kill houseplant each month in a hand-painted terracotta pot and saucer (you pick the color) with instructions on how to care for it. Over time, they’ll start sending more exotic plant types to help build up your green thumb.
Cost: $33/month + shipping
What you get: Four to five handmade items
Why we love it: Treat yourself to beautiful and ethically-made products from artisans and farmers around the world. The assortment of items centers around a seasonal theme and range from woven baskets to Ghanaian hot cocoa. Plus, the first month's shipping is free!
What you get: Three to five home accessories
Why we love it: Each month’s Posh Home Box has a theme like ‘Star Baker’ or ‘Autumn Snuggle’ and is filled with high-quality home accessories you can add to your space. Expect anything from chic rose gold measuring cups to candles, to welcome mats.
What you get: Six full-sized products
Why we love it: You can feel extra good about gifting this subscription service. Every product featured in an Alltrue box is ethically-made, sustainable and often from a company that supports charitable causes. Items range from home decor, like ceramic candles and jute rugs, to luxury beauty products from brands like Grown Alchemist to accessories like vegan tote bags. Members also have access to shop in their socially conscious marketplace that has everything from toothpaste to handbags at discounts of up to 70 percent off.
What you get: 12oz bag of coffee (ground or whole bean) and two hardcover books
Why we love it: High-quality coffee the moment you need it? That should cut your Starbucks habit down significantly. Did we mention each box comes with two new hardcover books in your genre of choice? You can even choose a "surprise me!" box, where My Coffee and Book Club will surprise you with a book of their choice.
Cost: $50 for a three-month subscription
What you get: One newly-released book
Why we love it: Simple and to the point: They curate five buzzy new titles to choose from each month so you’ll never be without new material. Skip a box if you’re behind on your reading list or add additional books if you’re a bonafide bookworm.
What you get: Four to six office supplies items, a book and access to monthly training courses
Why we love it: Female entrepreneurs everywhere, meet your monthly source of inspiration. This carefully curated box is designed to help you and your business reach their full potential with a motivational book and access to online courses and tutorials. On top of that, you’ll receive stylish items to upgrade your workspace (think planners and stationery) and access to the service’s private networking group.
What you get: One book, an art print, free trade organic tea and a special gift
Why we love it: This box focuses on one wanderlust destination and features a book and goodies linked to that region. Plus, each box provides a girl in need with a year’s worth of textbooks.
What you get: Three hardcover books, an activity book and a special gift
Why we love it: Calling all bookworms-in-training: This box comes with a selection of books, with reading levels ranging from newborns to pre-teens. Plus, there's also a gift for parents in each box.
What you get: Four or more crafts with materials and instructions included
Why we love it: Keep your kids busy while you're trying to catch up with friends over Zoom with the We Craft Box. Designed for ages three to nine, this subscription provides clever projects every month that will keep young ones occupied for at least a few hours. Plus, the easy-to-follow photo instructions take out any guesswork.
What you get: Four to five toys
Why we love it: This company delivers an assortment of high-quality toys that support your little one’s development, curiosity and imagination. Each box is tailored to your child’s age and developmental milestones.
Cost: $5 service fee that gets credited toward the items you purchase
What you get: Five, eight or twelve items
Why we love it: This amazing kids clothing box sends an assortment of styles designed in-house and hand-picked for your child every season—just pick their faves and return the rest for free. Most items range from $16 to $38, and, if you keep everything in the box you get 25 percent off your order. The best part? Rockets of Awesome has an upcycle program, Rockets Reverse, which allow subscribers to send back outgrown kids' clothes for credits to shop their online store.
What you get: Three activities
Why we love it: Catered toward kids in early elementary school, this monthly box aims to turn learning about science and math into a game. Each one features an original hands-on project—like building an arcade game or creating a glowing stuffed animal—vetted by child development experts and tested by kids.
Cost: From $20 per month
What you get: Kid-tested and kid-approved recipes plus related activities and projects. (The taco kit, for example, comes with experiments that can be done with an avocado plus an activity sheet for designing your taco truck.)
Why we love it: One of the best ways to get your picky eater more interested in different types of food? Get them involved in the cooking process (and a couple of fun foodie-related games won’t hurt, either).
Recommended age range: Ages 5+
What you get: Two toys, two all-natural bags of treats and a chew toy
Why we love it: Show your pup you love him back with a monthly themed delivery of toys and treats, tailored to his or her size and weight.
What you get: A selection of toys, treats and accessories
Why we love it: Treat your cat or dog to monthly goodies with a conscience: proceeds of the box go to supplying food and vaccines to shelter animals.
Cost: From $21/week
What you get: A custom meal plan of fresh dog food
Why we love it: We know Spot deserves better than the bland, dry kibble we’ve been feeding her for the past few years. Ollie uses your dog’s weight, age, breed, activity level and allergies to create a custom meal plan of fresh dog food that’s delivered to your home every week. Plus, right now you can receive 50 percent off your first box.
Cost: From $35/box
What you get: Choose from five premium dog supplements (calming, complete care, hip and joint, bladder and kidney or probiotic) or bundle a few to save extra
Why we love it: We take supplements, so why shouldn?t our furballs? Goodboy features easy, chewable supplements for everything from anxiety to joint care to overall health. Boxes can be delivered every two, four or six weeks, depending on how many supplements your dog needs per day. Don?t want a subscription? You can order Goodboy à la carte, before committing to a recurring delivery schedule.
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