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My Christmas Crate Subscription Review + Coupon – July 2017

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My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate is a subscription box that sends 3-5 holiday and Christmas themed items every month to keep the magic of Christmas alive all year long.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

My Christmas Crate July 2017

The Subscription Box: My Christmas Crate

The Cost: $29.95 a month + shipping. $83.85 for a 3-month prepaid subscription, $161.70 for a 6-month prepaid subscription, and $323.40 for a 12-month subscription. One time crates are $34.95.

COUPON: Use code CRATE10 to save 10% off any subscription!

The Products: 3-5 unique Christmas themed items such as home décor, snacks, paper goods, fashion accessories and beauty items

Ships to: US for $6.95, Canada for $15.95, and the UK for $36.95 via Europe First Class International

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My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

First, you will want to check out this postcard that gives you more information about this month’s “Christmas in July” theme. On the back, there is a list of all the products including where to find them.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

Another little postcard you will find in your box is this snowflake printed one with more information about how you can win a free crate by using their hashtag on social media.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

Merry Christmas Canvas Tote – Value $15.95

This canvas printed tote bag is not only adorable, but it is also super durable. Adurable?! I could see grabbing this to go shopping during the holidays or even using it as a sturdy gift bag for someone else who loves Christmas. Not sure it’s totally worth the price, but it’s still nice.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

Winter Spice Hand Cream, 2 oz. – Value $10.50

Wow, I mean as soon as you open this little jar of lotion you are slapped in the face with the aroma of the holidays! It is handmade with all natural ingredients such as Vitamin E Oil, Aloe Gel, Coconut oil, shea butter, beeswax, olive oil, cinnamon, lemon, star anise, cardamom, essential oil, orange, and argan oil. This is something I would throw in my purse to save my super dry winter skin.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

Reindeer Noodle Soup, 11.25 oz – Value $5.99

These red, white, and green reindeer shaped noodles are so cute! I was surprised at how big this package was; it will make a pretty big batch of chicken noodle soup. I know that my nephew will love having this when Christmas draws near! I hope I can hold off on eating this before I can make it for him.

My Christmas Crate July 2017

My Christmas Crate July 2017

Cozy Christmas Socks – Value $4.95

Socks make a great gift, but they are also amazing to receive as well. These cute, soft, reindeer printed socks are perfect for the holidays to wear with your fave boots or around the house in your PJs. I also really appreciate taller socks to wear with boots in the winter. These are just making me excited for cooler weather!

Verdict: I really enjoyed this month’s My Christmas Crate! I received this box last month too, but I think I like this one better. The overall value of this month’s box is $37.39, which is only slightly higher than the $36.90 box cost ($29.95 + $6.95 US shipping). I do think some of the prices are a little skewed, but of course, if you go to a small shop/store to find these items you would more than likely be paying the same price for such novelty items. I would still recommend this subscription!

What do you think about My Christmas Crate?

Written by Chelsey Davidson

Chelsey Davidson

Chelsey started her subscription obsession like many other women, Birchbox. That led her to more including Stitch Fix and Graze. Next, she is looking forward to exploring craft, lifestyle, and book boxes, too.

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.

9 Comments

  1. I’ve been receiving these for 3 months now and have enjoyed everything honestly. I’m wearing the socks now lol!

  2. I’m a HUGE Christmas fan and received this box last year as a gift. Loved every one of them. I’m glad I saw this review, time to sign up again 🙂

  3. I love this box but it is way over priced. All of this is Burlington or TJ Maxx stuff. I get that you are receiving this before those items are available in stores but nothing I can’t stock up on in Sept.

  4. I would definitely subscribe to this box, it’s a fun concept. Chelsea is right, if you go to any Etsy store, you will see totes and skincare prices higher given they are small batch and custom blends etc. I really wouldn’t expect to find any of this at Dollar Store.

  5. I do love the noodles 🦌

  6. I have to be honest that I would be very disappointed in this box for $38! It looks like items you can get at the Christmas Tree Shop or the dollar store. For a Christmas crate you can do so many cool things. This box is a real miss.

  7. What do the socks say? I can’t piece it together in anyway that makes sense…

    • From the link, it looks like it says ‘ run run reindeer’

  8. I appreciate your honesty on the prices, Chelsey.

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