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March 2017 New Subscription Boxes – Which Should We Review?

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It seems like we learn about a few new subscription boxes every day – so we decided it would be fun to try a little roundup of some interesting new boxes at the end of each month, and let you vote for which ones we review next.

(This list isn’t strictly boxes that just started last month, but boxes new to us and boxes we want your feedback on!)

Before we get started on new boxes, below is a quick update on your favorites from last month’s post:

Sign up to be notified when new reviews post for any of boxes by clicking on the name of the box, clicking the “Get Email Alerts” button and signing up, then checking off the “Reviews” checkbox.

As always, thank you for being an MSA reader and telling us your thoughts! The March poll is at the bottom of the post. And if there are other boxes you’d like to see us review that aren’t listed here, please let us know in the comments!

A seasonal book box for curious minds: Quarterlane, $85/quarter

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The Box: Quarterlane

The Price: $85/quarter

Ships to: US

What’s inside:”We are a brand that believes in the printed page and the art of recommending a good book. With every installment of our seasonal literary collections, our mission is simple; curate the most celebrated books of the season. With each installment of our literary collections, Quarterlane’s studied assortment of handpicked reads brings you a curated selection of books to your doorstep every 3 months.”

Get notifications for Quarterlane: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A new showroom-style clothing subscription from Frank + Oak: Style Plan, $79/month

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The Box: Frank + Oak Style Plan

The Price: $79, you choose monthly or bi-monthly

COUPON: Use this link to save $30 off your first month!

Ships to: US and Canada

How it works: Frank + Oak Style Plan is a showroom-type styling subscription for men and women. Subscribers get 4 personalized recommendations for $79 USD ($89 CAD) every month or every two months. You choose the items you want to receive, with free shipping and free returns. You can skip a month if needed if you contact Frank + Oak before the first of the month; any unused credits roll over to the next month and can be used anytime.

Get notifications for Frank + Oak Style Plan: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A charming subscription box for your home: Third & Main, $54.95/box

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The Box: Third & Main

The Price: $54.95/box (available monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly)

COUPON: Use code MSA033117 to save 10% off your first month (monthly and bimonthly subscriptions only)! Expires April 15th, one use per customer.

Ships to: US

What’s inside: Third & Main is a subscription box that brings the charm of small-town main street boutiques to your door. Each carefully curated box will include home and self-care items from “mission-minded” vendors right here in the US. Third & Main also includes information on the vendors, so you can keep supporting the small businesses you love.  According to their site, each box contains 4-6 full-size items with a total value anywhere between $85-$110!

Get notifications for Third & Main: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A subscription box backed by a popular running magazine: Runner’s World Box, $26.99/month

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The Box: Runner’s World Box

The Cost: $26.99

Ships to: US only, $8

What’s inside: Each Runner’s World BOX is packed with gear, accessories, nutritious snacks, and other cool stuff we love that will feed your running passion.

Get notifications for Runner’s World Box: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A box for creative kids, from our favorite big box store: Target Art & Craft Kit Subscription, $14.99/month

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The Box: Target Arts & Craft Kit Subscription for Kids

The Cost: $14.99

Ships to: US

What’s inside: A different crafting activity each month. Ranging from coloring kits to DIY accessories, the variety will spark their imagination and keep them excited to see what they will create next!
Instructions are provided when necessary. For ages 4-10.

Get notifications for Target Art & Craft Kit Subscription for Kids: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A bee-friendly beauty box: The Bee Box by Hart’s Handmade, $32.99/month

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The Box: The Bee Box by Hart’s Handmade

The Price: $32.99/month

Ships to: Worldwide (shipping rates vary)

What’s inside: “Our boxes are filled with quality, handmade products from origins that you can trace…you know just who’s making your product. Each full-sized BEE BOX contains 5-7 unique items; (most are bee-friendly) while our smaller baby bumblebee contains 2-3 items.” Hart’s Handmade also notes that “All our skin care products are ALL NATURAL and/or ORGANIC, and FREE of harmful and harsh chemicals.”

Get notifications for The Bee Box from Hart’s Handmade: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A box that you can plant in your garden: Rescue Crate, Starting at $59/month

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The Box: Rescue Crate

The Price: $59/month for a one-off box, $55/month for a 3-month subscription, with additional discounts for longer subscriptions

Ships to: Free to US & Canada

What’s inside: “Rescue Crate is a subscription service aimed at promoting charitable acts, the local economy, and reducing our impact on the environment. You can choose from categories of products to receive the items you want and need most. Inside every box, you will find cruelty-free, sustainable, and locally-sourced products. Proceeds from each box purchased go to a designated non-profit of the month, whose theme often inspires the contents of the box. The box itself is 100% recycled material and biodegradable, lined with homemade seed paper, and filled with biodegradable packing peanuts. Plant, water, and watch it grow! $50.00 per month for a six-month subscription, $45.00 per month for a one-year subscription. Subscribers are charged monthly, not all at once.”

Get notifications for Rescue Crate: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A subscription box for mindful living: Feeling Fab, $28.99/month

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The Box: Feeling Fab

The Price: $28.99/month

Ships to: Worldwide; shipping rates vary

What’s inside: “Each of our boxes features a selection of 5-7 carefully researched, and tested products with a focus on seasonality and sustainability. Discover best in class clean wellness and holistic care products. We take the time to do the research—you take the time for yourself.”

Get notifications for Feeling Fab: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A mask subscription customized for your face type: Nügg, $25/month

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The Subscription Box: Nügg

The Price: $25 per month

Ships to: Free shipping to US

The Products: 8 face masks. Each pod contains product for one application. Available for dry, aging, normal, or oily skin types. Nügg advertises: “Pay $25 for $32 worth of face masks.”

Get notifications for Nügg: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A luxury skincare subscription from Canada: Mapleblume, ~$90 USD/bimonthly

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The Box: Mapleblume

The Price: $120 CAD (approximately $90 USD), biomonthly

Ships to: US (~$15) & Canada

What’s inside: “The Mapleblume Subscription is your opportunity to receive a premium beauty box filled with a minimum of 5 full size or deluxe sample size luxury skincare and cosmetic products every two months.” This Canadian subscription is founded by twin sisters who saw a a gap in the market for “luxury brand skincare and cosmetic products that are high in quality and that provide more than just sample sized amounts.”

Get notifications for Mapleblume: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

An Australian superfood subscription for your smoothie fix: Hummingbird Blendies, ~$32/month + shipping

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The Box: Hummingbird Blendies

The Price: Starting at $27.80 AUD, or approximately $32 USD. ($13.90 AUD per tube of 5 Blendies; you must order at least 3 tubes to subscribe, although 4 are recommended for daily smoothies per month)

Ships to: Subscriptions ship free to Australia; Express international shipping starts at $35 AUD (about $27 USD)

Good to know: The subscription requires a minimum 3-month commitment; you can order single tubes for $15.90 AUD to try first.

What’s inside: Hummingbird is a “monthly delivery of Blendies (raw superfood balls) to prepare healthy breakfast smoothies. 5 Blendies per tube; customers can choose functionalities and amount of tubes delivered per month (5 functionalities: Protein, Antioxidant, Cleanse, Energy, Kids). They are made of natural ingredients, gluten free, paleo friendly, refined sugar-free, vegan, and made in Australia. Subscriptions lasts at least 3 months (can be paused for holidays or similar). The first box contains a free glass flask.”

Get notifications for Hummingbird Blendies: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

A box perfect for kicking off baseball season: Sports Crate by Loot Crate, $39.99/month

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The Box: Sports Crate

The Cost: $39.99 monthly with free shipping or $179.99 for a Season Pass (only available the first month of the season)

The Products:  Currently only available for MLB teams. “5-7 officially-licensed, team-specific items every month that you can’t get anywhere else, including gear, collectibles and a whole lot more”

Get notifications for Sports Crate: Sign up here to get an e-mail when a new review is posted!

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We know it’s hard to pick. Want us to review more than one? Select up to five boxes below!

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34 Comments

  1. PLEASE STOP WITH THE CLOTHING AND BOOK BOXES!! The best part of this site is seeing cool boxes and deciding which ones to try. Why would I want to see what clothes some lady gets every month when they are going to send everyone different clothes. They arent really even subscription boxes. How many book boxes are on here like 10 at least??? Enough with the beauty boxes too please. What about some cool boxes like Spooky Box or a box for vaping or 420? Its getting so you have to scroll through 2 pages of boring to find something interesting. Im sorry, this is a great site but please enough already

  2. I would like to start seeing reviews for the sub WinBeautyKit. It is not a new sub but I haven’t seen it here yet and it is a really good korean beauty sub. 🙂

  3. I’d love to see you review the Sens Unique Box. It’s a high end niche perfume box that is themed each month.
    https://sensuniqueparis.com/

    • Oooooooh. 🤤

  4. Third & Main is not letting me use the coupon code. Bummer!

    • We just included the coupon code to include bi-monthly! Please try it again, if you were trying to apply it to bi-monthly. Thank you!
      Cherie Clairmont, Third & Main

  5. The Wallflower Box just launched today… It’s a box for introverts. That might be interesting to review!

    • Ooh, I’ll have to look into that.

  6. PLease please please review So Choix!!!

    • Haley already reviews So Choix. 🙂 If you type “So Choix” in MSA’s search field, you’ll find all of her reviews.

  7. I’d Love to see The Third and Main!

  8. And My Lit Box!😁

  9. Can you post spoilers for the Sugarbash box? I’m not sure if it’s new or not but I first heard about it in this site last month.

  10. I would like to see Quarterlane get review.

  11. Maple Blume looks amazing and The Bee Box looks good too!

  12. Only let me pick three.

  13. I voted for SportsCrate but then i went to the website and saw it’s only unisex sizes…which is a shame, there is a huge market of female sports fans!

  14. The Creepy Crate launches is April and I’m really excited! Please review it.

  15. Mapleblume looks awesome! A box that is similar that I would love to see reviewed is Mintd Box. They are a luxury beauty box from the U.K. (mainly skin care with an occasional makeup item thrown in) that recently started shipping to the US. I’ve been getting their boxes for a couple months now and really love them.

    • I agree completely about this box, but I do think it used to be reviewed here.

      • I’m not sure which box you’re referring to (Mintd or Maple Blume), but I don’t think MSA has reviewed any of these since Mintd just started shipping to the U.S. around the beginning of this year (it’s a U.K. box), and Maple Blume is a fairly new box (it just launched in December). But, out of curiosity I did a search for them and couldn’t find them in MSA.

    • I’m subbed to Mintd too! 🙂 I’ve mentioned it a few times on here, but it hasn’t caught on yet. It’s a pretty awesome beauty box that I think a lot of readers would be interested in. I’ve also mentioned Look Incredible & Bare Element a few times too (along with Maple Blume) which are all great beauty boxes (I’m subbed to them all 🙂 ). Maybe Mintd, Look Incredible, or Bare Element will be featured next month as a potential new sub!

      • I just subbed to look incredible…can’t wait!

        • I hope you like it!!! My mom was with me when I unboxed it, and she fell in love with it so much, I decided to subscribe to it for her instead (I hope she’ll share at least one product with me! Haha!). I like to think of it like Boxycharm, but with more mainstream, and some higher-end brands. The only thing is that due to shipping constraints, the U.S. boxes will vary than what the U.K. boxes will look like, so it’s truly a surprise when I get it. All of their products are full-sized, and in March, there was a beautiful Burberry eyeshadow and Tarte eyelash primer. Those are the only items I can remember right now since I got it a couple of weeks ago. 🙂

    • Do they ever do coupons for new subs?

  16. Please review Bad Ass Mom Box too!!

  17. Third and Main looks awesome!! I’ve never heard of it before.

    • They have spoilers posted for their first box; it’s the premier box. It has a serving bowl and two wooden utensils. $55+ shipping is a little steep for me for a home box; the RV value is $93. But I love the idea of the box. I’ll have to keep an eye on it.

      • and shipping is $10. I like the box as well but I can’t tell what the bowl is made up. What if it’s melamine?

        • Hi! Kim from Third & Main:) Bowl is ceramic and from Bloomingville. Retails for $42 at boutiques and online. Hope that helps!

        • Hi! Thanks so much for the kind words about Third & Main! And Zo – thank you for pointing out to us that we didn’t mention that the bowl is ceramic (how did we forget that!!). It is a very high quality ceramic, and is pretty heavy! It retails online for $42. (We just updated it on our website). If you have any more questions just shoot us a line! 🙂
          Thanks for being an awesome subscription box customer!!
          All the best!
          Cherie & Kim
          Third & Main llc

  18. I hope to see Maple Blume reviewed (eventually… even if it’s not picked for this month). I think I’ve lost count how many times I’ve mentioned it in MSA’s comments & the forum (ha ha!), but I’m subscribed, and have absolutely loved their boxes. They’re definitely in my top 3 favorite beauty boxes.

    I’m not a fan of the smell of honey, but I also voted for that bee beauty box. I can’t say no to a review of *another* natural beauty box! 😀

    I said it before, but I’ll say it again (and probably in future posts)… thanks for doing this post MSA! It’s always fun to see the different boxes that are out there.

    • Do they ever do coupons for new subs?

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