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Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014

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Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Box

The Verbal Fancy Box is one of the most interesting Fancy boxes in my opinion! For me, I never know exactly what I’ll get from the boxes, and I assume that I will likely end up putting an item or two in the gift pile! (It seems to be geared toward men, so I am not the target audience for this box – keep that in mind for my review!)

Fancy sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Verbal Fancy Box

The Cost: $39 a month plus shipping

The Products: $80+ worth of product selected by Verbal

Ships to: US and International!

Check out all of my Verbal Fancy Box reviews and the Men’s Subscription Box Directory!

Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Info

Each Fancy Box comes with a fold out card with pictures of the items included and a 1-2 sentence quote from the curator on why each item was selected.

Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Luggage Tags

Put it Back, it’s Mine! Luggage Tags – Value $14

Vintage Maps Notebook Set – Value $18

Just like Coco’s box this month, Verbal’s box seems to have a travel theme!

Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Hoodie

Hoodie Travel Pillow – Value $20

This hoodie travel pillow is kind of a silly yet genius idea. It inflates like a a regular pillow, but you get the added benefits of a hoodie for giving you a little more privacy/coziness.

Verbal Fancy Subscription Box Review – September 2014 Cards

You Such at Parking Cards – Value $25

Kind of crazy that the priciest item in this box is just a set of You Suck at Parking business cards. Definitely not an item for me!

Verdict: I definitely would have liked this box more if it had been all travel themed items – the parking cards definitely stick out. That said, this box has a retail value of about $77.

What do you think of the Verbal September Fancy Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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  1. Seriously though… those cards are almost a necessity in LA. Or better yet, ones that don’t imply they just messed up, but acknowledge the hundreds of a**holes purposely parking diagonally across multiple spaces like theirs is the only car that matters.

  2. I actually love this box. I wish I bought one. I’m going overseas in November so the travel stuff would be awesome! I also live in L.A. and those cards… I could hand one of those cards out every day! I spend way too much time looking for parking.

  3. I need those cards!! Except my hubs and I would go through them in ONE w/ the idiots in my apt complex. Lol. I am going to try and swap for them if I see them!!!

  4. That hoodie pillow is hilarious, if my husband traveled he’d like that. Luggage tags are pretty funny and I did have a good laugh at the business cards!

  5. I need cards like that for one SUV in the parking garage at work. EVERY DAY this person is over the line. EVERY SINGLE DAY. On the worst days, half the SUV is in a regular space and half of it is in a space marked “compact” for smaller cars. The regular spaces aren’t even that small. I shudder to think what this person is like on the road.

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