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Hygge Box Subscription Box Review – November 2017

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Hygge Box November 2017

Hygge Box is a monthly subscription box filled with products to help you capture the Danish hygge trend in your home and life. There are two different subscription options (a Standard box and a Deluxe box)—choose what works for you!

Hygge Box November 2017

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This is a review of the Standard box, which is $28.00 a month. 

Hygge Box November 2017

The Subscription Box: Hygge Box

The Cost: Choose from a Standard box—$28.00 per month, $84.00 for three months, $160.00 for six months, or $308.00 for a year—or a Deluxe box—$39.95 per month, $119.00 for three months, $229.00 for six months, or $439.00 for a year. Shipping is $10.

The Products: Each box will always include core elements of Hygge, including a candle, a hot drink, and a “sweet indulgence”.

Ships to: U.S. only

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Hygge Box November 2017

Hygge Box November 2017

This subscription box includes a list of products found in your box! I love having this information so much.

I do have to note though, that I was missing the Cosmetea Black Tea Mask from the box. I reached out to their customer service team and got a response within 24 hours. They are going to send me the missing item at no extra cost. They are fixing their mistake promptly, which I really appreciate.

Hygge Box November 2017

Hygge Box November 2017

Miller’s Elements Earth Crackers, 3.5 oz. – Retail Value $5.99

These crackers were just okay for me. The flavor was alright, but I would have liked something a little saltier. Of course, it seems like these are meant to be eaten with cheese or hummus, so it would probably be better with those.

Hygge Box November 2017

Hygge Box November 2017

The Metropolitan Tea Company Cranberry Tea, 5 pack – Estimated Value $2.30 (buy a 25-pack for $11.49)

I am not a huge fan of tea generally, but I did really like this cranberry flavor. It was a little tart, I added honey, which made it pretty perfect. Also, with the holidays coming up, this will make a night treat for after dinner.

Hygge Box November 2017

Bloomingville White Stoneware Mug – Retail Value $8.00

Oh boy, this mug is super cute! It’s simple and I would guess it holds about 8 oz. (or a cup). It’s smaller than what I would use for coffee but is perfect to house my new cranberry tea.

Hygge Box November 2017

Acacia Wood Coaster, (1) – Estimated Value $3.63 (Buy a set of 4 for $14.50 (currently on sale here for $9.99)

Even though I only got one of these (gonna have to buy more), this coaster is really nice. I like that it’s like a little shallow bowl for my cups! I am BIG on using coasters because I keep buying coffee tables and I refuse to ruin them.

Hygge Box November 2017

Hygge Box November 2017

Bloomingville Glass Hobnail Votive Holder – Retail Value $10.50 (currently sold out)

Chesapeake Bay Candle Mahogany Embers Tea Lights, (2) – Retail Value $1.16? (Buy a similar set of 12 for $7.00)

These tealights are of course perfect to fit inside this pretty candle holder, but they also smell really nice. Usually, when I buy tealights, I buy unscented ones so this is a treat. I think this might be something I keep in my bathroom or sunroom.

The Verdict: This is my second Hygge Box and I think this one was better than the last box. I loved everything from that box and well, I also like everything in this box. My favorite item in this box was the Bloomingville mug. So cute! This month, I received six very nice items with a value of $30.42 (not including the missing item).

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Order by the last day of the previous month to get the current box between the 15th and 18th.

Value Breakdown: This box cost me $38 ($28 a month + $10 shipping), which means that each of the 7 items in the box has an average cost of $5.43.

Do you subscribe to Hygge Box? What do you think?

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.

4 Comments

  1. “They are going to send me the missing item at no extra cost.”

    I would certainly hope so!

  2. Underwhelming. Nothing a trip to Home Goods or Target or World Market wouldn’t solve. America needs a lot of things right now, but we already have the stuff in this box.

  3. I feel like if I was going to spend $30 on $30 worth of product I’d like to pick those products out. It seems like part of the give and take of sub boxes is the risk of contents vs. overall value of the box. (Kind of like eating at a buffet, haha. There the quality is lower, but the quantity is high.)

  4. I got the standard box and got way more than this! Different variations though, except the mug. I also got socks and a Lazy Sunday packet with a face mask and some other goodies. I didn’t get a snack though – just the tea.

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