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New Subscription Box from Yogi Surprise: Jewelry Box!

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New Subscription Box from Yogi Surprise:

Thanks Anna for letting us know about this new subscription box from Yogi Surprise!

The Subscription Box: Yogi Surprise Jewelry Box

The Cost: $24.95

COUPON: Use coupon code INSPIRED to save $3.33 off your first month

The Products: 2 handmade yoga-inspired jewelry items, plus one superfood or organic treat

Ships to: US

Keep track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!

What do you think of this new subscription? Yogi Surprise is one of my favorite boxes, so I had to sign up for this one!

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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17 Comments

  1. Got my box today, never got a tracking number. I think I will get the next one. I will wait til the full review to comment on particular products. By the way, the edible part is now gone!

    • Luckily, I had to grocery shop, so the edible part made it till hubby got home to share!

  2. Got it this morning.. love it!! Not going to do a spoiler for anyone though.

  3. I changed my mind after my earlier comment and decided to sign up. I had recently canceled a few other subs (totaling about $32 a month) so the money was there.

    • It did say only yesterday, but it wouldn’t hurt to try the code “EARTHDAY” and get 30% off your first box.

      • i had some other code I used. (Sorry, I don’t remember it now.) I don’t think it was for 30% off but it got me down to around $20 for the first month which is not too bad.

  4. I went ahead yesterday and ordered one since I get their emails and had a code for 30% off for Earth Day. I’ll judge by the first box to decide if I want to stay subbed. There are so many mixed reviews on the regular box.

  5. I just signed up – this is just perfect for me right now. I haven’t purchased any of their boxes and am looking forward to starting with this one. It’s great to see the positive feedback for previous Yogi Surprise boxes!

  6. Yogi surprise is one of my favorite subs so this was a no brainer for me. But like others have said I’ll probably stick around for a few boxes and then cancel. How many mala beads and bracelets does a girl need?

  7. I’ve been wanting a mala bead necklace and that seems like a really obvious inclusion for this box. I just signed up, but I don’t think I’ll stay subbed for more than 2 or 3 boxes.

  8. I went ahead and ordered. I have been thrilled with their other box, and I hope I am equally happy with this one.

  9. I am thinking about doing this but I want to see some of the pieces that are sent to make sure it is something I will wear.

  10. I’ll wait to see some reviews. It may be possible to make the items myself (if it’s a lot of beads) or source them from somewhere cheaper.

    I do like Yogi Surprise, but am not quite ready to give them $60 every month (since I get the regular sub, too).

    • They are having trouble shipping the regular box to me. Though I like their subscription this is the second month that my box seems stuck in shipping label created. I will wait and see if shipping improves then maybe do the jewelry box as well.

      • Mine did that too, but I blame USPS, not Yogi Surprise. I am really tempted to get this box!

      • I think sub boxes generate the labels well in advance of having the packages picked up. UrthBox does this too (they’re one of the few I can think of who also use Priority Mail). Or else the USPS gets a big old pallet of boxes and doesn’t want to deal with it right away. I suppose it’s not really any worse than DHL or Newgistics — those take just about as long to arrive after shipping.

      • I agree with your assessment about their shipping. Last month, they got left in the warehouse. This time, it took five days from the label being created before it shipped. That added to at least two boxes being delayed because of not receiving products from suppliers (one of those was the month where they ran out and people got tea in place of the mala beads…and then I got that same tea in the “special” holiday box), I think they should work on perfecting this one a little more before adding another box. I love the boxes when I get them, they just need to work out the kinks still.

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