The 25 Best Subscription Boxes in Canada

Have you ever heard an expression that ordering online is like giving yourself a gift? It often comes at the least expected hour and brightens up the whole day. While we apply that sentiment to items we choose based on their overall appearance and performance, much more excitement surrounds subscription boxes that are filled with surprising pieces. For a fair reason, subscription boxes expanded since 2012 across the US, and now the trend is taking over Canada.   

Subscription boxes come in a variety of shapes, sizes and numbers of items that can satisfy any taste. You have no time to shop for clothes? There are boxes that come with stylist advice and a selection of outfits. Are you in search of vegan, cruelty-free cosmetic and skincare? Take a look at our list, and you will find such a box. There are also subscription boxes that offer weekly meal plans, monthly book selections, and snack packages. Some boxes which are called lifestyle ones, contain anything from coffee mugs to home décor depends on your preferences.   

However, if you already started wondering what boxes you can subscribe to, the market might seem overwhelming. In this guide, we collected the best subscription boxes that ship to Canada, as well as boxes that are available straight from Canadian-owned businesses. Based on customers’ reviews we selected not only the most popular subscription boxes in 2021, but also some that meet the interests of narrower niches. 

Boxes that are from companies based in Canada will be denoted by a 🍁.

Beauty, fashion & lifestyle boxes

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your wardrobe or looking for new skincare essentials, these boxes are sure to help you find what you’re looking for.


Detox Market 🍁

Take a quiz and find about an ideal care routine for your skin. That is the first thing you see when you land on The Detox Market website. Truly, that is what we also strongly suggest before you consider subscribing. Firstly, it will give the company an idea of what brands and products suit your skin the best, and secondly, it will help you fill out blanks that you might have been missing in your morning and evening facial care routine.   

Now, to The Detox Market itself. The company was founded back in 2010, and since then focuses only on curating brands that stand for green beauty. You can expect to see skincare products from such brands as Province Apothecary, Alma Pure, Osmia Organics and others. With that in mind, if it has been a while since you wanted to switch to organic, cruelty-free cosmetic, but didn’t know where to start, start with this box. The Detox Box ships once a month. You can expect to see at least $110 worth of products. You also can personalize your plan, and comparing a price of $79.99 paid monthly, $57.99 (per month) paid for six months in advance looks much more attractive.   

Pros
  • Canadian based company.  
  • Can personalize payment options.  
  • Green beauty brands only.  
Cons
  • For now, only ships within Canada.  
  • Non-customizable.  

Nature’s Wellness 🍁

This is another Canadian skincare subscription box that pays a lot of attention to what goes inside. You won’t find any toxic products that have harmful chemicals and perfumes. Each selected product is eco-friendly. If you wanted to start with getting away from massive-produced skincare that might cause health problems, it is one of the best boxes to start with. You will find five-six full-size vegan and cruelty-free products that are made in Canada and all combined worth at least $80.   

Besides that, each box is aromatherapy-focused. You can expect to discover a product that not only smells pleasant, but also affects your senses on a deeper level.  

As for subscription plans, you can either purchase one box separately as a gift or see whether it meets your expectations or subscribe to monthly/quarterly delivery right away. 

Pros
  • Canadian based company.  
  • Vegan, cruelty-free, made in Canada skincare. 
  • Three subscription plans.  
Cons
  • Non-customizable.

Gift Refinery 🍁

The whole mantra of The Gift Refinery stands on curated items, conscious choices and Canadian quality. The company discovers Canadian brands and introduces them to you in each box, including beauty, wellness, jewelry and beyond. Since The Gift Refinery was founded in 2018, it became one of the favourite subscription boxes that are supported and owned by Canadians. You can expect to see such brands as One Less, Paume, Samara and others that represent quality artisan and eco-conscious production.  

With The Gift Refinery, you have three different options. You can purchase a one-time box if you are planning a gift or simply want to see what is inside before you commit to a seasonal subscription. You can also pick either a seasonal or annual subscription.  When it comes to the seasonal plan, you have to pay for every box per three months, while when you prepay for the annual option, you can save some money and do not worry about paying for every single box.   

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Variety of high-quality products.
  • Two subscription options.
  • Free shipping. 
Cons
  • Non-customizable.

Frank & Oak 🍁

They started in 2012 as a company that was concerned about active climate change and wanted to leave only a positive impact. That statement is seen through everything they do. Frank and Oak offer only sustainably produced clothes and accessories. They assure that each garment was designed with purpose, leaves a lighter footprint on the environment, and has a longer life span than mass-produced clothes. That being said, if you caught yourself starring at your wardrobe with finding nothing to wear, it might be the right time to downsize it and then subscribe for Frank And Oak style boxes. After you complete a quick quiz that describes your style, Frank And Oak stylists will select up to four trendy and basic garments that you will receive once a month. Clothes included in the box range from $29 to $149 in value, and you can expect high-quality, eco-conscious pieces that respond to the season and modern silhouettes.   

However, unlike any other subscription box, with Frank And Oak clothing box, you have the freedom to return it. You won’t be charged for every single box, only for items that you have decided to keep. With that flexibility, you can always manage whether it fits your budget at a certain month.   

Pros
  • Charges per item not per entire box.
  • Canadian based company.
  • Sustainable fashion product. 
Cons
  • You will receive items based on style preference, but it cannot be fully customized.

Acre75 🍁

The award winner of 2020 in A Year of Boxes, this subscription box is filled with goods from all over Canada. What makes it different, however, is that those pieces were collected from makers who live and own businesses in small towns. Acre75 made it a clear mission to support local business owners and communities.   

Each box of handcrafted goods supports at least six small Canadian businesses. Items in boxes, that arrive at your door in March, June, September and December include handcrafted items from all-natural bath and body products to gourmet foods and snacks.  

According to a satisfied customer, who received their first Acre75 Gathered subscription box, it did not disappoint. She mentioned that from the amazing selection and variety of products right down to the customized tissue paper and packaging tape, Acre75 remained true to its small-town passion. 

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • All-natural, made in Canada products.
Cons
  • Shipping is not included.
  • Non-customizable.

BOXYCHARM

BOXYCHARM subscription box focuses directly on charming beauty products. Each box delivers five full-size products from trusted beauty brands that, on average, come to the value of $175. However, the box itself costs approximately $32 CAD.

You can expect to see beauty tools, skincare and haircare in the stylish black box. According to a satisfied customer, her two favourite items (the palette and sleep mask) together were worth $65, meaning just those two items alone delivered a good value, and the rest could be seen as extra bonuses. It is also fairly easy to control your subscription by either choosing to pay for a few months in a row of paying month by month and cancelling as soon as you decide you have got enough beauty products at home. (But who are we kidding, there are never too many lipsticks!) BOXYCHARM also has a Choice feature that allows you to pick one item for an upcoming box while supplies last. Besides that, they offer Add-Ons events at exclusive prices for members, and if you liked any particular item you wish to see in your next box, you could always add it for an extra charge.

In fact, if there is any brand you have been eyeing at Sephora but didn’t know if the price worth trying and not being satisfied with, the BOXYCHARM subscription box could be your solution. You can expect to see such brands as NARS, Tarte, MAC and others.

Pros
  • Customizable according to your skin shade/colours preference.
  • Choice/Add-On features.
  • BOXYCHARMS tutorials on social media.
Cons
  • Charges shipping fees.

Dollar Shave Club

Some men detest shopping, be it for a new t-shirt or shaving essentials. Yet, even if you do not reject going shopping, the Dollar Shave Club might sound attractive for its convenience. They promise they will stock you with shaving supplies a few times a year that you no longer have to worry about dull blades.

Dollar Shave Club is one of the most popular monthly subscription boxes for men for a simple reason: you can customize every step of it. You can add or remove products for each box according to your needs and preferences. Besides that, if you do not need new shaving supplies every month, you can select to receive them three times a year.

Pros
  • Flexible delivery.
  • Customizable product choice.
  • Free shipping.

 

Cons
  • Not the best customer service according to some customers.

FabFitFun

FabFitFun subscription box is one of the most popular ones on the market. Since 2010 the company has been distributing beauty, fashion, home, and wellness products among members. The box that includes eight to 10 products arrives once every season. Some products that FabFitFun boxes include can be customized, while others are carefully chosen by a team of experts. One factor that makes this box stand out is that every product you receive is a full-size one. According to Danielle, from The Basic Housewife, every time she opens one of these boxes, it feels like Christmas.

You can also manage payment options and how often you wish to receive the box. It can be done both ways: annually and seasonally. If you chose to go with receiving one box in the summer season, with, for example, cancelling it in fall, then you can pick the seasonal option and you will be charged right before the box ships. If you decide to pay upfront for the whole year, and chose an annual subscription, you can expect a box filled with goodies right at your door every quarter of the year. Another attractive fact about this box is that you have an opportunity to pick some items. The rest will be customized according to your preferences, for example, your skin or favourite lipstick shade.

Pros
  • Full-size products.
  • Customizable.
  • Seasonal and annual subscriptions.
Cons
  • Charges shipping fees.

Aurelia

One customer confessed; she was a little nervous ordering this box because she did not know if she would like the items picked out for her. When she received my first box, however, the items picked out by Aurelia were perfect.

Aurelia is a solution for those ladies who struggle to find lingerie in stores. With a quick style quiz, a stylist will gather ideas on what is missing in your intimate wardrobe, what size fits you perfectly and what kind of underwear you prefer. After that, all you would have to do is to pick from four subscription plans: monthly curated, seasonal curated, one-time curated or bridal lingerie box. Each curated box contains two-three pieces of lingerie and sleepwear pieces based on your preferences.

Pros
  • Free shipping.
  • Combination of lingerie and sleepwear.
  • Four curated boxes options.
Cons
  • You have to be precise with your sizes especially for bras.

Meal-prep & snack boxes

If you need help figuring out what’s for dinner, want to try fun snacks for a new diet or even just get a sampling of wines mailed to your house, there’s a box that works for you.


Wine Collective 🍁

If you ever wanted to become an expert in wines and surprise friends with your knowledge at the next dinner party, then Wine Collective is a subscription box to start with. It is a guide that takes you through the world of wines once a month. Each box arrives with educational notes, a tasting guide and handpicked wine selection.

For subscription, Wine Collective offers three different plans: any budget (includes two bottles of wine either all red or all white), most popular (includes four bottles either all red or mixed), and best value (six bottles of wine all mixed). There is also a premium option that includes only three bottles, but they are the highest quality, cellar-ready wines.

One customer noted that they enjoyed every single wine in the package, and while she keeps a track of all of them, she cannot pick a favourite; they all are amazingly tasty.

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Three subscription packages plus premium.
  • Educational taste guides are included.
Cons
  • Shipping is not included.

Wine Club 🍁

What makes Wine Club different is that they focus primarily on wines from leading Canadian wineries. They also promise to deliver wines that you are unlikely to find in liquor stores. Each bottle comes with a guide to tasting notes, suggested food pairing and rating information. But the selection was not only based on package type; wine experts design every single list and handpick each bottle.

Wine Club offers four different packages: enthusiast (two bottles), expert (three bottles), master (six bottles) and oenophile (12 bottles). In all packages, you can expect tasting notes, food pairing recommendationsand reviews curated by their own experts. In the Expert and Master tier, your tasting note cards are customized and you can change your package to all reds or whites.

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Three subscription packages plus premium.
  • Educational taste guides are included.
  • Shipping and taxes included.
Cons
  • N/A.

TruLocal 🍁

For all meat lovers who never know exactly what they want at a butcher’s shop, and end up buying a little of everything, this truLocal subscription box is filled with a variety of beef, pork and poultry. As one satisfied customer noted, steaks, ground meats, chicken and seafood all have been fresh and of excellent quality. If you found yourself unsatisfied with the quality of store meat and fish and started wondering about the scene process that goes into your chicken meat, it might be the right time to switch to truLocal. They stand on their principles of supporting local and delivering quality food, and you can expect 100% grass-fed and finished beef to wild-caught salmon to air-chilled chicken.

You have six curated options: steak lovers, variety box, date night, seafood, spring box, and now the newly added Easter box. But, while all those options sound delicious, keep in mind that you can create a fully customized box based on your preferences.

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • High-quality meats.
  • Fully customizable boxes.
  • Free shipping.
Cons
  • Can be pricey compared to conventional stores.

Amoda Tea 🍁

High-quality, loose-leaf teas can elevate your mood, and even contribute to overall wellbeing. That is what Amonda company founders believe in, and they support that idea through every bag of tea they put into the subscription box. Another notion they stand on is selecting teas that are only ethically sourced by small independent companies.

There are two subscription plans you can pick from-low caffeine and the original monthly tea box.  You can trust to find a unique selection of loose-leaf teas you won’t meet on the supermarket shelves and that were not mass-produced. Thus, they ensure to bring exceptional taste to your afternoon teacup that has no artificial flavourings. Another attractive point is that they offer free shipping across Canada and the US on their monthly boxes.

Pros
  • Ethically-sourced tea.
  • Canadian company.
  • Free shipping on monthly boxes.
Cons
  • Non-customizable.

Candy Experience 🍁

Sour cherry. Sweet watermelon. Gummy bears. Licorice. Candy Experience sweets subscription box wants to make sure your mouth starts watering as soon as you open the monthly package.

It is another Canadian company that focuses on delivering quality delights collected from Canada, the US, and around the world. They focus on candies primarily, and among the types you might find in your box both, well-known favourites as well as some unique types that you won’t see at a bulk store. In total, you will receive up to three pounds of candy and six or seven flavours.

As for subscription choices, you can select from four different plans: Personal, Original, All chocolate, and Love of Candy boxes. Each plan will renew automatically unless you cancel it.

Pros
  • Variety of candy flavours.
  • Ships monthly.
  • Canadian based company.
Cons
  • Shipping is not included in the price.
  • Non-customizable.

Laid back 🍁

Laid Back (previously Naked Snacks) is a local Canadian company that allows you to build a box filled with healthy snacks of your choice. Among the offered options are nuts, granola and dried fruits. You can choose a bag of dried mangoes or a full mix of nuts and seeds. The owners are confident-healthy food can be delicious too. That is what you can expect in your snack box: delicious snacks that also contribute to your wellbeing. They are such a convenient snack box, noted one customer who has enjoyed them as pregnancy hunger struck.

They also have a Surprise Me option based on your previous choices or your food preferences: each bag of snacks will be selected specifically to indulge your taste. Besides that, the box is fully customizable, and when you choose monthly orders, you simply will be reminded to choose your next snacks before the shipping date.

Pros
  • Delicious and healthy snacks.
  • Fully customizable.
  • Wholesale and gift box options are available.
Cons
  • N/A.

Hello Fresh

Cooking can be a burden to some or fun to others. Sometimes, even those who are passionate about cooking can wish for a simpler, faster option after a long work-day. In that case, Hello Fresh comes to mind as a rather popular food subscription box on the market. For a fair reason, the company has been praised and adored by many customers.

Firstly, they take pride in their seasonal ingredients. Have you ever bought strawberry in January and instead of a juicy sweet berry, got a crunchy, half-green, inedible thing? Well, with Hello Fresh such would not happen. There is a certain peak for each fruit and vegetable, and they are used in their best recipes accordingly.

Secondly, they offer three different plans: family-friendly, meat and veggies and vegetarian. Nevertheless, it does not matter which plan you choose; they all come with precut, pre-measured ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes, so your time of cooking takes a maximum of 30 minutes. As one customer noted that the recipes are varied and easy to prepare. The ingredients are always good quality, especially the proteins.

Pros
  • Variety of cuisines and recipes to try.
  • Ideal for busy individuals and families.
  • Three levels of recipes difficulty.
  • Customizable according to number of people in your household and days you want to receive the package.
Cons
  • Two servings minimum.

Chef’s Plate

Chefs Plate is a division of Hello Fresh, and as they say, they are proud to serve Canadians through both services. The way the subscription usually works is you get a weekly menu to choose from, and then receive a box with prepared ingredients and a step-by-step recipe card.

Just like Hello Fresh, this service has three different meal options: classic (meat and vegetables), family-friendly and vegetarian. You can pick between serving two or four people, and two, three or four meals per week, depending on your schedule. For the coming weeks, new recipes will be generated for you based on your taste and plan type. If you will decide to pause or cancel the plan, you can always do that before your weekly cutoff, four days before delivery at 11:59 pm PST.

Pros
  • Weekly menu with variety of recipes.
  • Three different plans.
  • Ideal for those with busy lifestyle and families of four.
Cons
  • Can only get two servings minimum.
  • Not worth the price to get a full portion if you have small children.

Vegan Cuts

Vegan Cuts snack subscription box is all about— well— being vegan, cruelty-free and organic. With a box filled with at least 10 items per month, you can expect snacks such as avocado chips, vegan chocolates, superfood smoothies and many other savoury treats. Regardless, if you support a vegan lifestyle or simply seek quality snacks to take to work or enjoy during watching a movie, this subscription provides products you can trust to.

Besides, Vegan Cuts keeps researching and discovering more and more vegan-based brands, so with every month box you can also make those discoveries too, and try out tastes and find out about companies that might become your next favourite. According to a satisfied customer, thanks to Vegan Cuts, she has discovered a growing number of delicious, quality products that align with her values.

Pros
  • 100% Cruelty-free and vegan.
  • Flexible subscription.
  • 10+ items per month.
Cons
  • Non-customizable.

Moms, kids and furbabies

Entertain the whole household with these goodies that’s sure to bring joy to any additions to your family. For expecting parents, experienced parents and pet-parents alike.


Bundle of Joy 🍁

Bundle Of Joy is a subscription box that accompanies you through every month of pregnancy with stylish and useful products collected from Canadian brands and creators. You can expect to receive healthy gluten-free snacks, natural skincare, and some lovely lifestyle pieces from such brands as Alkeme, Adams + Co., Beaver Creek Honey and many others. Each product is pregnancy and post-partum based, and whether you are in your second trimester or your baby just turned a month old, the subscription box will be filled accordingly.

For subscriptions, you have a few different options. If you are on your first trimester and select to receive boxes until postpartum, you will get four boxes in total. The same applies to second and third trimesters; however, the number of boxes will be three and two. You can also purchase a box for each trimester separately, but financially it makes more sense to do so in a bundle.

As some customers noted, pregnancy should not be the only time you subscribe. If your baby is already born, there is no specific reason why you still wouldn’t want quality skincare and tasty snacks. Another customer said that her baby is four months old and has high milk and soy intolerance. In the Bundle Of Joy box, she discovered great products that she can eat and that taste good!

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Free shipping over $50.
  • Only natural, eco-conscious products.
Cons
  • Does not include baby products.
  • Non-customizable.

The Baby Mama Box 🍁

Who does not want the best for their new little family member? When the founder of The Baby Mama Box searched essentials for her newborn, she focused on organic materials, Canadian-made high-quality items, and came up with the list that later turned into a subscription box. Unlike the Bundle Of Joy box, this one is focused on both, mama and the baby. For example, if you order a Bump Box, you can expect a variety of products that include skincare and prenatal vitamins that will make any pregnant lady feel good. If you, however, purchase a newborn or three-month-old baby box, there will be anything from a pacifier to rash cream. A few brands to name include Burt’s Bees, Mary Meyer, Earth Mama and others.

When it comes to subscription plans, The Baby Mama Box does it slightly differently. You would have to purchase each box separately based on the age of your baby or subscribe to the baby’s first-year box where you will get a parcel once every three months. However, even though it is up to you when to order the next kit, what we love about The Baby Mama Box is that under each box they have a description of what is included. If you decide that you have enough items for your newborn, but miss some things as the baby gets older, just read the list and see whether you will need those products.

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Variety of products based on a baby’s age.
  • Have options of purchasing each box separately or subscribing to receive one per three months.
Cons
  • Non-customizable.
  • Shipping is not included.

PreciousCoCo 🍁

Have you ever worried that mass-produced dog food and treats contain harmful ingredients and can affect the health of your pet? PreciousCoCo ensures to provide your loyal furry companion with natural treats that exclude harmful preservatives and additives and were made in Canada. More than that, each box contains two toys, one chew or an accessory and one care product. When you subscribe to the monthly box, you can either let them surprise you or customize it according to your taste. Also, if you want to receive some extra items you can always upgrade the box to VIP status, and receive anything of your choice from clothes, collars, leashes, bows, travel supplies to grooming tools.

Pros
  • Customizable.
  • Canadian company.
  • Available for an upgrade.
Cons
  • Can be pricy, but if you pay for a year at once it is a bit cheaper.

Curiosity Box

The main thing we love about Curiosity Box is the variety of age ranges that can enjoy the box: 2-4, 5-7, and 8+ years old. One customer noted that she chose this subscription for her soon-to-be nine-year-old. At first, she was a little worried that the crafts would be too “little kid” for him, but he loved every moment of it. Curiosity Box offers three different stages based on age: The Discoverer Box, Creation Station Box, and Great Explorer Box.

The company also offers flexible subscription options; you can pick from a single box to a monthly plan to a party kit. All boxes are usually based on a particular theme and include craft and activity supplies. Such monthly delivery can make not only your child excited, but also help you to have some quality time together. Overall, a load of entertainment that educates, stimulates learning, refines motor skills and artistic development through craft is what you can expect from Curiosity Box.

Pros
  • Suits range of ages.
  • Includes craft supplies and activity books.
  • Free shipping across Canada and USA.
Cons
  • Some older than eight years old kids found it boring.

Wonder Box

The more your kids play and imagine, the more they learn through craft rather than electronic devices and the better their performance at school becomes. Wonder Box was created for kids from four to 12 years old, but as the company says, anyone with a curious mind can enjoy it. It is a monthly subscription for children that comes with different themes and discovers two main subjects from either science, technology, art, math or engineering. To put it simply, it is far from a boring way to learn something new. Christine from Just Another Edmonton Mommy mentioned that Wonder Box, along with toys also sends a small personalized letter for the child. It was such a small detail, but her kids loved it!

As for customizing you can select the age and how often you want to receive the box. While cancelling the subscription is flexible, and you can do that before the first of any month.

Pros
  • Suits a range of ages.
  • Includes craft supplies and activity books.
  • Free shipping across Canada and USA.
Cons
  • Some older than eight years old kids found it boring.

Hobbies

Want to up your game without sinking too much into trial and error, or hunting the best stuff down yourself? These boxes will send you the latest right to your door.


Sweet Reads 🍁

There is nothing more pleasant than a rainy evening spent with an intriguing, well-written novel. However, Sweet Reads took that pleasure a step further and added a drink and a treat that ties with a plot.

When you subscribe to the Sweet Reads, you can expect novels that were mentioned on the bestsellers list of NY Times, Globe and others. More than receiving a new book each month, you can always order special boxes that tie with holiday themes, beach vacation or even cookbooks for those who prefer the old-fashioned way of cooking and flipping pages.

Pros
  • Canadian based company.
  • Delicious treats are included.
  • Bestseller novels.
Cons
  • Can only subscribe for three months minimum.
  • Non-customizable.

Simple Fishing

If a member of your household is into fishing, there is no better gift than a fishing subscription box that includes baits, hooks and other accessories. There are four categories you can pick from: elite multi-species box, pike box, bass box, and walleye box. As satisfied customers said, the contents of the box not only easy to use, but they contribute to a successful fishing day.

The box is an exceptional way to introduce a fisherman to new tactics, expand already existing tackle, and discover new brands. Other than that, it will satisfy the demands of both, an amateur and a professional alike.

Pros
  • Four categories of choice.
  • Variety of small and big brands.
  • Includes accessories that ensure fishing success.
Cons
  • Non-customizable.
  • Not monthly subscription (comes every two month).

How we picked the top subscription boxes

For this particular selection of subscription boxes, we tried to oversee most interests and requests our readers have. That is why you can find box options for fishermen, dog owners, beauty gurus, and others. We also tried to select boxes that ship to Canada, and some of them, as a pleasant bonus, offer free shipping. Besides that, we analyzed customers’ reviews, compared what other buying guides said and created this list.

Frequently asked questions about subscription boxes

What is a subscription box, and how does it work?  

A subscription box is, quite literarily, a box that is filled with a variety of items according to a specific theme or category. Depending on the company, you might receive a box once per month, once a quarter or once every other month. With most subscriptions you do not even have to worry about remembering paying date; you can either subscribe for the whole year or select automatic payment once a month.   

Is there a Canadian subscription box?  

Of course, there is! Even though subscription boxes in the Canadian market started gaining their popularity later than in the USA, nowadays many Canadian companies offer subscription boxes. Check our list above for the 🍁 to see which Canadian subscription boxes you can purchase.  

Are subscription boxes worth it?  

Well, for example, most cosmetic boxes cost somewhere between $20-$50. However, what they offer inside costs much more than the retail price, especially if the product comes full-sized. The same applies to other categories. Thus, overall subscription boxes are worth it, with one condition: you have to be positively sure that you will need and use what comes in a box.   

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Maria Kossman

Maria Kossman is an essayist, and content specialist at Rant-it.ca. Her writing appeared in a variety of fashion magazines. When she is not focused on reviewing and writing, she spends time exploring coffee shops, English literature and antique malls.
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