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New Subscription Box & Free Trial Offer: Everyday Happy

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Everyday Happy


Everyday Happy is a new subscription box (that looks very similar to the Honest Company). Here are the details:

The Box: Everyday Happy Subscription Bundles: Diaper Care, Family Care, or Nutrition Care Kit

The Cost: $85.90 a month for the Diaper Care Kit, $41.90 for the Family Care Kit, or $41.90 for the Nutrition Care Kit.

COUPON: Use this link to get a free trial kit, just pay $5.95 shipping. (You can get all three free trial kits and only pay $5.95 shipping once).

Full Details: Ordering our Free Trial Kit(s) enrolls you as an EverydayHappy MEMBER. You can cancel any time for any reason. If you choose not to cancel your membership within 7 days of receiving your Free Trial Kit(s), you will be charged $79.95/month for your Diaper Care Kit, $35.95/month for your Family Care Kit, and $35.95/month for your Daily Health Care Kit. Each shipment will only be charged one flat-rate shipping fee of $5.95. Subscriptions to more than one kit are considered one shipment if occurring on the same date.

Also good to know – you have to call in to cancel. I just tried their customer care number and had no issues getting a representative. (Dial 3 for cancelations 1-(844)-805-0626)

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. I went to go order the trials of each membership but the shipping was $7.95 not $5.95. I was hoping to be one of the lucky ones to receive non trial size items. Let me know if more people receive bigger items!

  2. I got the free trial a while back. Let me tell you this is the best trial you can get for less than $6. It has if I can remember correctly 6 full size packs of diapers, you choose the size. 4 packs if wipes full size. Full size baby bath lotion shampoo diaper cream hand soap and the vitamin supplements and baby laundry soap liquid. I mean it was so heavy my hubby had to tote it in the house. Their quality is top notch. I had no problem canceling.
    You really cant say that they are copying honest I mean how many make up hair so on companies are there.

    • I signed up to get the free trial and it says its travel sized bottles and just a few diapers and wipes, not nearly what you got.
      But oh well, we’ll see what I get. I’m always up for having travel sized items and trying out new things.

    • Their thing is non-toxic products that are safe for families; the trial packs go for $5.95 shipping – EXACTLY like honest; the trial home goods pack has the exact same five products the honest essentials trial pack has – it’s literally a carbon copy.

    • Especially since Honest is not in any way original–Seventh Generation has been making enviornmentally friendly products for DECADES, including diapers. Jessica Alba simply used her clout to take advantage of the trend for organic and natural products. I would rather support companies who were making safe natural products because it is their ethos vs. jumping on a fad, fwiw…..

      • yeah but even if there were plenty of companies doing it, this is an exact copy of the way honest is doing it. yeah I agree it’s a bit weird.

  3. Where do they ship to?

    • Sorry if you only got trial size. My mom signed up a couple days after me and she got the huge box like me. Maybe they figured they were loosing out a bit. However the products are really nice.

  4. Can’t say I’m much of a can of companies that seem to just blatantly rip off the successes of others… From the pricing to naming the subscriptions as “bundles,” it just rubs me the wrong way.

    • That’s supposed to say “fan,” not can 🙂

    • Seems like it was only a matter of time. However this looks VERY close. I wonder what their differentiator is?

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