Boomtown Box Subscription Box Review – September 2016
Boomtown Box is a lifestyle subscription box geared towards men. Items can range from snacks to shirts to gear for your everyday life.
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The Subscription Box: Boomtown Box
The Cost: $22.99 + $6 S/H
The Products: 4-5 items geared toward men. Item can include snacks, shirt, and even camping gear.
Ships To: US only
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This box was pretty simple. It included just one card that laid out ‘The Roster’ of items in your box.
Moscow Mule Mug – Value $10?
The first item you’ll notice in your box is this Moscow Mule mug. I wasn’t able to find the exact mug online, so I’m just taking my best guess at the value. It’s super thin and bends really easily, so my best guess is that it’s definitely real copper.
Beers and Gears Socks – Value $12
Rolled up inside the mug was a pair of ‘Beers and Gears’ socks. Over the past year of subscripton boxes, I’ve been more excited for goofy and random socks, so I was happy to find these. Theyre comfortable and soft, but thin – you won’t be wearing these in the winter.
One and Done Seasoning – Value $11.50 on Amazon
This seasoning claims to be the only seasoning you’ll need, hence ‘One And Done’. This stuff is really good! We had some really tasteless guacamole from Chiptole for lunch and thought, let’s put this stuff to the test! This completely brought out the flavor in the guacamole – it was a miracle seasoning at lunch!
A 15% off coupon was also included to get more One And Done seasoning.
Red Cup Living Lanyard – Value $3
Red Cup Living is a company based around all things red party cup. Included was this lanyard.
Boulder Canyon Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Chips – Value $2?
The final item was a small bag of Boulder Canyon chips. I love chips and popcorn with cracked pepper, and I’ve had these before, so they were immediately gone!
Verdict: My values come to $38.50, which is pretty good for a $29 box. This was my first time reviewing Boomtown Box and I wasn’t sure what to expect. It seems like a bit of a higher risk box since disliking one item might bring you under value. I like some of the items this month, but I’m still on the fence as a whole for this box – we’ll wait and see what the next couple months bring before I decide to keep subscribing or not.
What did you think of the September Boomtown Box? Do you subscribe?