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Tim Ferriss $5000 Holiday MegaBox Reveal

Tim Ferriss Holiday Box Spoilers

A few readers have reached out in search of spoilers of the Tim Ferriss Holiday MegaBox, so I wanted to share these as soon as I found them. (And I was pretty curious myself about what would be in a $5000 box!)

This spoilers are from the Total Start blog (the post doesn’t include item pictures, but lists out the items). I added links:

The BlueFish Luxury Concierge Membership
Boosted Electric Skateboard
SousVide Supreme Water Oven
Marc Pro Plus Electrical Muscle Stimulation
IntelaMetrix Bodymetrix Personal Ultrasound
Signed Tony Hawk Skateboard Deck
Ralph Steadman Signed Print
Tumi Leather Passport Holder
$250 Voucher For DonorsChoose
Trusco Metal Toolbox
ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket & 2 Pairs Of Underwear (Gift Certificate)
Knives (brand unknown)
Air Purifier (brand unknown)
Evernote 1 Year Subscription
Cast Iron Andrew Zimmern Wok
Kelly Kettle And Accessories
AO Biome Complete Kit
2 Sonos Speakers
Expandable Travel Backpack (brand unknown)
Holiday Card signed from Tim
1 hour Q&A session with Tim

What do you think of the spoilers? I had no idea what would be in this box, but I think it is pretty interesting. (AKA a lot of products I’ve never heard of before). And I know my husband would have loved to get those Sonos speakers!

FYI – this box isn’t for sale anymore, but you can subscribe to the regular $100 a quarter Tim Ferriss Quarterly subscription.

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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Comments (27)

  1. This box was awesome. I actually read on their Facebook page (the post is no longer there) that there were about 2 dozen people that purchased this box.

  2. Wow, this is impressive. I am very interested in the blue fish membership and AO Biome kit.
    Thanks for sharing.

    • The bluefish membership is the same as the price of the box. I added up the box product values and it came to over $9,500. Very impressive in my book. We have used the bluefish in the past and really loved it but switched to a local concierge/country club so hubby could get more free golf.

  3. BlueFish sounds amazing, but I probably couldn’t afford to use it even if the service itself were free. I’d just have them delivering my furniture from Goodwill and maybe standing outside my house every day to hail the ice cream truck this summer.

    There are several items I like, and DonorsChoose was a great choice for a charity. Overall though, it’s just not that interesting to me, but then I’m not outdoorsy or interested in skateboards. I was thinking it would be more unique, like some kind of geocaching adventure.

    • Lol, doubt they would hail the ice cream truck for u…

  4. I am curious what the placed value is on the “1 hour Q&A session with Tim” from the list.

  5. WOW! That box looks great, I might need to get his $100 box now.

  6. Would love to get that cast iron wok. This is a nice surprise for those who have $5000 to spare – Nice. I think there is a black box which is worth twice as much I believe – I would love to know what is in THAT box.

  7. Really curious how many of these boxes were purchased by Silicon Valley / San Francisco techies with too much money?

    • I would’ve subbed to this and I don’t consider myself frivolous or someone with too much money. It’s a matter of choice.

  8. The cooker & Bluefish membership would be the only real interesting things. the rest, even if I could afford it, would be meh.

    • The bluefish membership is equal to the box price, so it would be a win for anything beyond that.

  9. I’ve been so curious about this one and I’m glad to see the reveal!

    I could never pay 5K, but the toolbox and the wok would be particularly lovely to buy.

  10. Obviously this box wasn’t curated for people who could not carelessly throw $5k at something…it was created for those who can. If I had that kind of money, I definitely would of purchased this box.

  11. Fascinating. I was hoping it’d have a boat or vehicle of some kind (jetski or snowmobile…). One really expensive nice, big thing. For those that bought this box, I’d assume it’d be difficult to unload unwanted items (Craigslist?) since these items are kind of niche, though I could be wrong. I’m still surprised that 1,000 people said “Here’s my $5k Tim.”

    • I agree; it is surprising. But I am thinking most of those people aren’t that worried about spending $5k or they wouldn’t sign up for this.

    • Actually, I bet that most of this would be easy to sell on EBay. The tony hawk signed skateboard would be worthless to me, but you know there are probably thousands who collect skateboards.

    • It was more than 1000 people- they sold out and reopened it with more slots.

  12. I’d never pay that much for a box, nor would I ever be able to afford one. But most of the items in it seem like things I would never buy or be interested in. I wonder how many of these boxes actually sold?

    • It was more than 1000, though I don’t know how many more. I hope the people who spent the money on thus were people who can throw away 5000 dollars and not people who had to decide between buying this box or paying their jet ski bill. I mean, rent.

      Thanks for posting this Liz. I was actually hunting around the Internet yesterday trying to find a review.

      There are a couple really cool things in there that I would love to have- the MOMA toolbox, the speakers, and a few more I’d use- the cooking items and the air purifier, but there is no way that those things would be anywhere near the cost of the box. I think when you get into the really high cost boxes you have to look at how much disposable income you have, and I’m not likely to ever be the target audience.

  13. I was so curious to see what was in this box! It isn’t relevant to my interests (and even if it had been, I wouldn’t have been able to afford it), but it looks like for those who did buy it, they definitely got their money’s worth.

  14. How much did the box cost?

    • $5000

    • $5000

      • Reading is fundamental lol… I was thinking the box was worth $5000 but maybe subscribers paid less.

      • I thought it cost less also.

        (you can subscribe to the regular $100 a quarter Tim Ferriss Quarterly subscription.)

        Maybe this was a Very Special Box?

      • Yes this was a one time holiday box, for $5000.

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