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1. Phone cases from Phone Case of the Month.
They make only 200 of each design, so you'll always have a unique way to cover your phone.
2. Toothbrushes from Good Mouth.
Good Mouth sends you toothbrushes and other oral hygiene products as often as you need them: every month, every other month, or every three months. For every product you get, Good Mouth donates a brush or product to someone in need.
Price: Starting at $2/month
3. Wine from Club W.
After taking a Palate Profile quiz, you can either select the bottles Club W recommend for you, or choose any others that you want to try.
Price: $39/month for three bottles
4. Artisan products from Globe In.
Globe In supports fair-trade artisans and farmers around the world and lets you know exactly where the products in your themed box come from.
5. Global spices from Raw Spice Bar.
Raw Spice Bar seeks out unique spices and flavors from around the world and sends you three flavor kits with recipe ideas.
6. Snacks from Graze.
When you subscribe to Graze, they send a box of eight snacks per month from a selection of over 100. They'll also tailor your box to your allergies and the stuff you might not like.
7. Erotic products from Unbound.
Unbound sends quarterly boxes with sex toys and products for women: one featured product (not always a vibrator), various samples, and other erotica.
Price: $65 every three months
8. Presents for your dog from Bark Box.
Bark Box is filled with treats, toys, and chews for your dog (customized to their size, allergies, and other needs). If they end up really like a specific treat one month, you can find all the products ever included on the website. Plus, 10% of their proceeds go to shelters and rescues across the country, and they donate toys and treats to fundraisers and charities.
9. Creative boxes for kids from Kiwi Crate.
Kiwi Crate is a company that makes boxes for children ages 3–16, with different types of activities based on their educational needs (like creative or inquiry-based learning) and their age group.
10. Complete dinners from Plated.
Plated is a weekly subscription box that sends you all the fresh, portioned ingredients you need to make dinner for two. Each week there are nine meal choices you can choose from with vegetarian, meat, and seafood options.
11. Intimates from Wantable.
You take a quiz when you sign up to tell Wantable, so they can find out what you like and don't (from styles to colors to patterns). After you complete the quiz, they send you three pieces of apparel: You keep what you love and return what you don't.
12. Geeky stuff from Loot Crate.
Loot Crate has four pop culture–themed crates to choose from and each includes apparel, collectables, and gear.
13. Organic and all-natural snacks from Love With Food.
Love With Food has three different organic, all-natural snack box options: Tasting, Deluxe, or Gluten-free. Plus, they donate one meal per box to hungry children in America (or two, if you get the deluxe or gluten-free). They've donated over 400,000 meals so far.
Price: Starting at $7.99/month
14. Mom and baby products from Bluum.
Bluum is a box with gifts for mom and baby that are tailored to change each month as your baby grows. The subscription includes top-rated products like toys, books, and gear, along with everyday essentials like shampoo and wipes.
15. Gender-neutral clothing from Greyscale Goods.
For people who feel like gendered departments limit their style, Greyscale Goods sends you 3–5 items that fit you and your budget.
Price: Send back whatever you don't like, you're charged only for what you keep.
16. Vegan beauty products from Vegan Cuts.
Each month, Vegan Cuts sends 4–7 full and sample-sized products from vegan and cruelty-free brands.
17. Things to grow from Homegrown Collective.
Homegrown Collective aims to help people be more self-sustaining and eco-consious by providing you with things you can grow (or make) that reflect the current season (for example, natural ingredients to make shower vapor discs during flu season).
18. Single serve coffee from MixCups.
MixCups sends you different single serving coffees in boxes of 10, 30, or 60 (based on the most popular cups, your tastes, and seasonal flavors).
19. Kawaii products from Kawaii Box.
Kawaii Box sends 10–12 cute Japanese and Korean products (notebooks, pens, nail stickers, and other fun little surprises) a month.
20. YA books from OwlCrate.
Each month, OwlCrate sends out a box with a new young adult novel and 3–5 other gifts like tea, bookmarks, temporary tattoos, and jewelry.
Price: Starting at $30/month
21. DIY crafts from Darby Smart.
Darby Smart is an online company with ideas, supplies, and products for anyone who enjoys crafting, including a monthly subscription crafting kit. Some of the past projects have been stamped jewelry, wood burned cutting boards, and ink blot coasters.
22. Designer perfumes from Scentbird.
Scentbird sends a 30-day supply of a designer (or name-brand) fragrance each month, so you can try a bunch of different scents to find out which one suits you best. You can set up a queue of the ones you want to try most.
23. Art supplies from SketchBox.
SketchBox sends five to six pieces of premium art supplies each month, along with a piece of art and a featured artist to inspire you.
24. Razors from Dollar Shave Club.
With Dollar Shave Club, you can either build your *own* box or select bundles, filling your gift box with razors and products for shaving, styling, moisturizing, and cleaning.
Price: Starts at $1/month
25. Health and nutrition products from Bulu Box.
Bulu Box is a subscription that includes snacks and vitamins so you can try out different health and nutrition products and see what works for you before buying them.
26. Artisan candles from Vellabox.
Vellabox sends artisan candles each month with three different options: Standard, Aficionado, or Luxe (and you can shop their website for some of the brands they send out).
27. Nail polish from Color Me Monthly.
Color Me Monthly sends you a nail polish each month based on the current trends for the season. All the nail polishes are environmentally responsible (with no toxic chemicals and animal testing).