Aster Market Subscription Box Review + Coupon– November 2016
Aster Market is a subscription box that focuses on sending you small-batch products from around the world.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Aster Market
The Cost: $46.95 a month + free shipping. There’s also the option to buy a one-time box, also for $46.95 + free shipping
COUPON: Use coupon code SHARE20 to save 20% off your first month!
The Products: “Aster Market is a monthly subscription that delivers a box filled with surprise, small batch products ranging from home decor, jewelry, paper goods, bath products and more”.
Ships to U.S. only
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your Subscription List or Wish List!
This box comes with a card detailing the items included.
“Snuggle Up”- Grey Striped Throw Blanket – Value $30.00
This is a nice blanket throw with the saying, “Snuggle Up”. It’s handmade in New Jersey and measures at 70″ x 38.5″. It’s lightweight and long enough for me to share. I own several blanket throws of various sizes and fabric textures, so this will fit well with my other throws.
Foodie Dice No 1- Seasonal Dinners – Value $24.00
I’m always in need of recipe ideas and this came at the right time. There are 5 primary dice that consist of a cooking method, meat, grain/carb, herb, and bonus ingredient, along with 4 seasonal veggie dice. The protein die has a meat and veggie option. The dice are made of birch wood and laser-engraved in the United States.
I rolled the dice and got cabbage for my seasonal veggie, turkey or seitan, basil, potato, onions and broil, as the method to cook the ingredients.
Cooper Foil Greeting Card – Value $5.00
This is a lovely greeting card with copper foil foliage accents on the front and blank inside. This greeting card will make for a pleasant arrival in my friend’s mailbox. The card is designed on white cotton cardstock and is made in the United States. I would like to have received an assortment of greeting cards from Amy Heitman but I am pleased with this card.
Verdict: This month’s Aster Market box has a value of $59.00. All the products I received are American made, which is great and says a lot about Aster Market support for American-based companies. Once again, they chose well thought-out items and I’m always impressed with their selection. This box has become my favorite. The items that come in these boxes are useful and often times have more of a gifting theme with the products as opposed to other subscription boxes. It’s a treat each month to see what fun, unique, eclectic gifts they choose for their subscribers. (If you are looking for a high-value box, I would not recommend Aster Market).
What do you think of the November Aster Market box?