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Hatchery Subscriptions on Sale at RueLaLa!

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Hatchery On Sale

Hatchery subscriptions are on sale today at RueLaLa! (Find this deal in the Living Section)

Here are the options:

3 Month Subscription for $55 (Regularly $75)

6 Month Subscription for $115 (Regularly $150)

(Check out my Hatchery reviews to see what you can expect with this subscription).

Make sure to sign up for a free RueLaLa account if you don’t already have one – many readers have received $25 credit in their account after a few weeks!

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!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

12 Comments

  1. After three disappointing months, I have just cancelled the subscription I got on Living Social. I spent $48 on the three month deal. I doubt I got even half that as a value. Definitely do not recommend this subscription.

  2. I purchased this deal and have gotten two boxes thus far. Nothing has impressed me enough to continue with this subscription.

  3. I’m in the Boston area, and it was stupid articles like this one that made me cancel my sub to the Globe. (that and the fact that delivery problems that the Globe has make PopSugar’s seem like nothing LOL)

  4. A couple of comments for Liz as I see this topic has posts to her. First, I commented on that awful news story as “Dawn Stewart”. I was the 2nd person to comment so far, the first person that commented did a stellar job of addressing that stupid article, but I had to chime in as well. Second, we need a bulletin board or forum Liz! A place we can post messages and questions to you and other swappers. Third, I agree with your solution regarding companies posting comments, as long as they are helpful, please leave them. I for one think it’s pretty awesome when a company cares enough to read comments on another site and try to address customer concerns. I think I know which defensive comments you were talking about, and yes, comments of that nature should be prohibited. Last question for Liz, in regards to swapping (which I LOVE), I have happily swapped 88 times without a hitch. Right now though I have a bigger swap in process, I mailed my items 3 weeks ago and haven’t heard from the other swapper yet. Honestly, from how wonderful all my past experiences with swappers has been, I’m more concerned that something has happened to the other swapper (illness or accident) then concerned she has cheated me. Is there anything I can do besides sending her an email? Comments haven’t been replied to in the past few weeks, and I have sent 1 email as well….
    Let me end with a great, big THANK YOU to Liz for everything you do! That news article is so, well, stupid!

    • You and the other 3 ladies did an awesome job replying to that article.

      • Thank you 🙂

    • Thanks for letting me know. I originally saw a version that article when it was in the Boston Globe. I know subscription boxes aren’t for everyone (clearly not for the author of that article), but I am disappointed to see her make assumptions and generalizations about subscribers. 🙁

      • It was a disappointing read. The author could had written from different angles such as subscription boxes being an equalizer for young women in the work place. Where else can an upcoming young career woman find skincare, makeup and accessories for around $50.00 a month? Or from the viewpoint that sub boxes provide items that may not be easily obtainable in certain areas such as vegan or gluten-free products.

        Also I am reading Everyone’s a Critic: Winning Customers in a Review-Driven World by Bill Tancer. It reminded me that you asked for input on a policy governing subscription box reps comments/rebuttals. Have you decided on this? I think the majority of the comments have been non-intrusive such as GoodeBoxe comments and comments from people whose products have been featured such as Rosairo (?) ,the body butter in the Petit Vour box, letting us know about the sale on their website or Naked Pit offering to send a deodorant that was missing in the Bare Bliss box (Thought that was good of them to do that). I know other companies have posted besides the ones I listed.

        It’s got to be difficult to decide on a policy because your website ranks higher on Google than a lot of the sub boxes. I enjoy reading input from the companies, but I can see how it can be off putting to people who want to post.

        • I think moving forward I will approve comments from companies/curators if they pass this test: Is the comment helpful? Do they care about the subscribers/feedback? From what I can tell, the only times where it feels wrong/inappropriate to have a company post is when they are either: ignoring the issues that may have been brought up, getting too defensive and taking critiques personally, or simply giving canned/generic responses.

          Other companies/curators have used comments to share information about boxes, answer questions, take feedback, share spoilers, etc., so I think as long as comments stay useful those should still be featured.

          Let me know what you think!

          • I think that makes sense. I’ve appreciated when companies have responded to questions and concerns.

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