13 Awesome Subscription Boxes For Everyone You Know

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    1. Skoshbox: Japanese Snacks

    2. Sock Panda: Fun Socks for Humans (Not Pandas)

    3. Lullubee: Crafting Kits

    Price: $125/4 months, $244/8 months, or $346/year. Kits can also be purchased individually without a subscription, but the monthly surprise is half the fun.

    This month’s haul: a needle-felted mitten kit.

    Is it worth it? OMG YES. The price might seem high, but crafting is serious bizniz, yo.

    4. Taste Guru: Gluten-Free Snacks and Food

    Monthly price: $25–34 depending on plan.

    This month’s haul: cranberry flax, pizza dough, herbal tea, GetChia fruit chia bar, lentil chips, sweet potato chips, a fruit bar, and organic pancake mix.

    Is it worth it? Sure! Shopping for a gluten-free diet can be difficult and expensive, but Taste Guru makes it a little more convenient.

    5. Project DIY: Homemade Jewelry Kits

    Monthly Price: $27.50–30

    This month’s haul: The Joan of Arc collection (a wrist cuff and a necklace).

    Is it worth it? Maaaaybe. The jewelry kits might not be your style, and after a few months of jewelry making, you might feel confident enough to start buying your own materials and designing your own bling.

    6. Barkbox: Toys and Treats for Pups

    Monthly price: $19–29 depending on plan.

    This month’s haul: Boxes vary depending on the size of your dog, but typical boxes include chewtoys, bones, treats, and hygiene products.

    Is it worth it? Yes yes yes forever. $19 is a small price to pay for monthly dog bliss, and 10% of your subscription goes toward supporting a rescue group.

    If you're a cat owner, BestFriendBox has an option for cats.

    7. Birchbox: Sample-Size Beauty Products

    8. Birchbox Man: Beauty Products For Men

    9. Bike Loot: Goodies for Bikers

    Monthly price: $9–11 depending on plan.

    This month’s haul: Mazama bar, Grabber Warmers, Paper Shower towelettes, Vi endurance fuel, Bee's Knees peanut butter and honey spread, and Sqwincher tea concentrate.

    Is it worth it? Ehh. Maybe. Your serious biker friends are probably picky about their supplements and snacks, but this could be a fun way to help them discover alternatives.

    10. Homegrown Collective: Sustainable Seasonal Project Kits

    Monthly price: $39

    This month’s haul: DIY Cacao & Coconut Almond Milk and an "Evergreen Oil Lamp" kit.

    Is it worth it? Maybe. The sustainable, put-it-together-yourself projects are quaint, but $39 is fairly steep.

    11. Try The World: Curated Products From a New Global City Each Month

    12. HammockPack: Products to Make You Feel Like You're On Vacation

    13. Citrus Lane: Fun Stuff for Little Kids and Their Parents