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Happy Rebel Box Spring 2016 Theme Spoiler + Coupon

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Happy Rebel Box is a new edgy lifestyle box for women! Here is the spoiler theme for the Spring 2016 Box:

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We are excited to announce the theme of our very first box is Girls Night Out!  Your box will contain fashion and beauty accessories to make sure you are ready for a night out on the town with your besties, or date night with your main squeeze.  Plus, it’s valued at over $150!

FYI – The items in the photo are inspiration items, not actually in the box. What do you think of the theme of the first box?

More info on this box:

The Subscription Box: Happy Rebel Box

The Cost: $100 a quarter

COUPON: Use coupon code FOUNDING50 to save $50 off an annual subscription (Regularly $380).

The Products: Each box will contain 4-6 items that will vary box to box, so you will never receive the same types of items repeatedly. Each box could contain jewelry, fashion accessories, home decor, beauty products, as well as other various lifestyle items that fit the collection of the box as well as the Happy Rebel modern and edgy style.

Ships to: US

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription box list or wish list!

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.


  1. I am really curious to see how this first box turns out. I subbed to RZ and thought I’d love it but it’s not really for me. Maybe I’ll switch to this for summer….

  2. I won one of these boxes through an instagram contest, so I’m extremely excited about this box! Hopefully it will be awesome.

  3. Totally agree with the general consensus. I want at least double in value on a quarterly box at $100 a pop, since these biz’s either buy at discount, outdated merch, slight irregulars, stuff they’ll never sell, etc. I wouldn’t risk an annual sub on a new biz, even with a coupon. If they offer spoilers and a decent coupon on the monthly, maybe I’d break down. But, I choose my own jewelry since it’s a very personal decision, and when I hear home decor I think another candle or fragrance item, or worse those ’embrace your perfect life’ books i.e. how to declutter your home and find Zen. I despise fragrance and candles, and those books. I’m way opinionated today!

    However, there’s a million little treasures in the world besides the same old, that take time and effort to curate, such as hand made, ‘quality’ specialty pieces. To me, the video seemed sub par and generalized, simply stating they mean to fill a market gap, but jewelry and beauty certainly won’t do it. I’m concerned this will be like the Oui Please box, with little variation and no real theme. A Night Out is so very general anything could be in the box.

    When I first heard happy rebel, I was excited and thought of clothing and ideas such as Revolve, Lauren Moshi, Planet Blue – Blue Life, and Gypsy 05. Organic, modal, silk, linen, and hemp, made in the USA, limited edition. To create a box that encompasses ageless, timeless items women from 25+ would covet.

    ‘The inspirational’ jewelry pix, (which, honestly I actually liked the classic bracelets but wouldn’t receive as a member?) are not edgy, or rebellious, i.e. not the status quo; everything looked pretty classic to me. I honestly don’t attempt to be hurtful, rather offer food for thought.

    • I’m praying it’s urban edgy. I live in New York City. And don’t want frumpy. or Goth.

  4. This is one of those boxes that seems perfect for me, but I’m hesitant to jump in without at least one spoiler of a mid-range item in the box. Especially if it’s got jewelry and makeup included (I have so much makeup from edgier brands, as I’m a Sephora Rouge member, I don’t mind having doubles or one to gift for makeup…but it’s definitely a concern for the theme. I can see myself going for it for sure after a review or two, or when a home, travel, or tech type box comes up. (Not enough tech stuff for women in boxes IMO, we only ever get ear buds and I have enough lower end ear buds to last a lifetime now and can’t wear them due to tragus piercings). This is one of those boxes I would likely kill to receive to review for blog and IG, but I can’t justify spending $100 on a new sub with only pics of things they feel represent their style but that we aren’t getting.

    • @ Cat! Love your suggestions! Definitely taking notes here…
      Also, I wanted to mention the beauty items included in the box would not fall under the standard “makeup” category IMO. Stay tuned for reviews coming to MSA after the box ships, as there may be a few left to grab if you like what you see 😉

  5. Weirdest ever branding. Nothing about this box seems particularly “edgy” or “rebellious” to me.

    • Yeah, me either. And I am certainly not going to invest $100 in a box that “spoils” the “theme”. Telling the theme of the box with nothing IN the box pictured is not the best idea when marketing a brand new box. PSMH & GlobeIn can do it because they have a track record, and GlobeIn has an obvious mission – you know you are getting fair trade, artisan goods often made of sustainable or recycled materials.

      This? I have no idea, and as a former docs and plaid skirt wearing punk girl, I am NOT getting edgy at all!

      • Hey @Marion and @Nellie! You can check out our Instagram and Pinterest (@HappyRebelBox) to help you get an idea of our style. And stay tuned for a review from MSA coming soon!

        • I had trouble trying to sign up on their site. 🙁 I live in KY and it keeps going to Alabama. I tried several times with no luck. Maybe it is a sign I don’t need it.

          • @Joyce – Oh no! I am so sorry for the inconvenience. Our website developer is looking into it now and hopefully the bug will be fixed soon. It seems other people are checking out fine right now, so perhaps try another browser? Alternatively, feel free to shoot us an email ( with your phone number and we would be happy to help you over the phone.

          • Thanks so much for your reply. 🙂

          • Of course! 😉

  6. Am I the only idiot who doesn’t see where the name or skull logo fits with what the spoiler pic is? I’d have thought it was any of the already known luxe type boxes from the pictures I’ve seen. Maybe I’m missing something. I love the name and what the description is but I don’t see it so far?

    • I agree. I was excited…..but then that turned to confusion.

    • Hey @Victoria and @Christina! You can check out our Instagram and Pinterest (@HappyRebelBox) to help you get an idea of our style. And stay tuned for a review from MSA coming soon!

      • Thanks for your reply. BTW I think your handling all the replys very well. I don’t have either of those, however I did go to the site and view the YouTube video, trying to pay close attention to everything the video was focusing in on. It’s a GREAT video!! I am now only hesitant because it showed so much jewelry. I can say I am doing such a back and forth in my head about jumping on right now…..but make no mistake I am very much not wanting to miss out on a great box. I will sleep on it. Have a great weekend ?

        • @Christina – Wow! Thanks so much for spending time on our site! And you are right, our video/photo does feature jewelry disproportionately more than how much it will appear in our boxes. It is very helpful for us to get this feedback from readers so that we can be more clear in the future. Do you have Facebook? Twitter? We are there too 😉 Thanks again for your thoughtful feedback – it is critical for us to be able to provide the ultimate experience for our subscribers, which is what we are striving for.

      • Thanks for the reply. I do appreciate that. The colorful hair is the only thing that’s really jumping out as “rebellious” to me. :-/

  7. I subbed for a year. I was really impressed with their promo video and think it will fit my personality and tastes nicely. Can’t wait to see what is in the box. I am a little wary on the value, but hopefully the curation will make up for it.

    • @Adina – I am so excited you have joined us! Be sure and send us an email after you receive your first box and let us know what you think. Feedback from our subscribers is critical for us! 😀

  8. I don’t have pierced ears, can you not include earrings if requested?

    • @Lisad – Since all of our boxes are the same, we do not have a lot of flexibility subbing out items, and individual items from the box aren’t returnable. I know a lot of other subscription box companies suggest gifting items in your box that may not be a perfect fit for you. That being said, we do not have earrings in our upcoming box! And we definitely want our customers to be pleased, so if there does happen to be a way to work something out with you, we will certainly do so. If you decide to sign up, shoot us an email, and we will put a note on your account.

  9. I hate it when subs say items in boxes will vary. To me that just means if you’re a blogger you will get better stuff. Check out the bluum reviews and regular subscriber comments.

    • Hi @Adeline! When we say boxes vary, we mean each quarter’s box is a new and different collection, with different types of items depending on the theme of that box. Every quarter, each box contains the same items for subscribers and bloggers alike. Bloggers receiving better/additional items wouldn’t be fair! That’s not how we roll 😉

      • whew!

    • it better not!! bloggers sometimes don’t pay. and that’s even further frustrating. think they will value their customers better than that. I don’t know that sub referenced, but doesn’t sound like a smart model.

  10. I’m looking forward to this box! The girl’s night out theme sounds fun. I was hoping for some home items, too?

    • @Sandy – no home items in this box’s theme, but we will certainly in the future!

  11. Wow, yeah, jewelry in a brand-new expensive box seems like a really dicey proposition. Looking forward to reading the review.

  12. I’m anxiously awaiting the first box! HR website and promotional materials are done extremely well, so I have high hopes for this box!

    • @Ashley – thanks so much for joining us! Be sure to drop us an email when you get your first box and let us know what you think!

  13. $100 is risky for a new box. $150 worth of products could be greatly over inflated values, but I’m looking forward to this review!

  14. My concern that keeps me from subbing is from what I’ve seen so far, is it seems “dated.” I just can’t justify dropping a hundred bucks on stuff that might even remotely seem jersey shore/try hard clubby, circa 2008-2012, that can be easily found at discount stores. I imagine they’ll be trying to bring back that early 2000’s “bling” everything, cheap pseudo luxe trend, from what I’ve seen. I prefer a current, legitimate fashion forward, relevant curation, ie Zoe. But thats just me.

    • @Me – I can tell you “Jersey Shore” is definitely not the look we are going for…. but we will let you be the judge when the reviews come out! 😀

  15. Hey ladies! Stay tuned for a Happy Rebel Box review coming to MSA in a few weeks ?

  16. I’ve had some bad luck with new boxes, boxes sound great yet when I get them them they are not as described or as expected. Without a great spoiler for something I know I will use there is no way I’ll purchase this box even at 1/2 price with the code. I’m not fond of jewelry in boxes unless I know they are not plastic and are 100% nickle free, + I like jewelry to have a signature tag. A bit picky, yet I’ve gotten to many undesirable pieces in boxes.

    • @lily – I totally understand your hesitation! But I will tell you our jewelry pieces in our spring box are 100% nickel free AND stamped/branded. Just wanted to let you know 🙂

  17. I never jump on newly minted subs….I won’t mention the names of the fails, but I will watch for reviews and make a decision once they’ve established and proven themselves.

  18. I am cautiously optimistic. I subscribed but that value seems pretty low compared to other luxe boxes, so if I don’t love what they send it will be a one-and-done thing.

    • @Misanthropic – thanks so much for joining us! Be sure to drop us an email and let us know what you think when you receive your first box. If our subscribers don’t like what they receive, we aren’t doing our job!

  19. I would have to see a spoiler first and then the value really is not there if it is only over 150.00, that could go either way (low or high end). I will keep my eye out for a review and go from there.

  20. I’d have to have a spoiler before ever dropping $100 on a box. Girls Night Out could be a variety of things.

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