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Sample Society Boxes Available at Amazon

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Sample Society Boxes available Via Amazon


Thanks Haley for letting us know about this offering from Amazon. Two past sample society boxes are now available on Amazon for $18 each:

Sample Society Box Options

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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  1. Did anyone else get the email about a free BeautyDNA product?
    My email was missing the code.


    Since some of you wanted to see what I receive and I did receive the box today which was super fast shipping without Amazon Prime. I received exactly the items pictured. They even sent the booklet containing all 7 products like in their usual boxes. I thought it was interesting as they usually include 5 products, so did they make the new booklet just for this? Anyway, here are the products.

    – RGB Nail Polish in Oxblood – full size $18
    – L’Oréal Color Riche Liquid Lipcolor in Molto Mauve – full size $7.59 (booklet showing 4 colors and I like the one I received)
    – Kate Somerville Dilo Oil Restorative Treatment – 0.1oz/3ml $6.50
    – LORAC POREfection Mattifying Face Primer – N/A for size, $6?
    – Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked Powder in Highlighter 01 – 0.06oz $8.30
    – Fekkai PrX Reparatives Intense Fortifying Masque – 1.69 oz $8
    – Givenchy Dahlia Divin – EDP sample $1

    Total value of approximately $55.40. I used Liz’s reviews to calculate the prices, but L’Oréal lipstick for my shade was cheaper on Target, so I used their price. Since I have only bought 1 box from the in the past, there is only one overlap which is the nail polish (which I gave away). I am happy with all the products except the perfume sample being too small and not my type.

    I am curious what others received in either kits!

  3. There should be a thread from earlier showing the same pictures when the boxes appeared on Amazon a couple of months ago. A few people received what was depicted in the pictures, while others received something different.

  4. This is $20 with tax, not sure if I need it or want it

  5. I needed exactly $18 to meet my free shipping, so I ordered Kit 2 with the hope of something from the shown picture will be in my box. They already shipped it and it is supposed to arrive on Monday. I will list the items if anyone is interested.

  6. That’s a good deal if you don’t want to subscribe, but want to buy box every now and then. Geesh, Amazon does sell everything.

    • belongs to

      Alas, after last week’s New York Time expose on how Amazon treats employees, I cannot in good conscience buy anything from Amazon. I just don’t want to justify their model with my dollars. If anyone has not read the article, I urge them to do so.

  7. It says samples are chosen randomly so you won’t necessarily get what is in the pic…

    • Oh, that is not good!

  8. I guess the $3 extra they are charging is Amazon’s profit!

    • You get 7 samples instead of 5… So it’s not bad actually.

    • These aren’t previous Sample Society monthly boxes. These are boxes that were available on Beauty Bar (which used to handle the Sample Society boxes), and they were always $18.

      • Sample Society was $15. Some people got charged tax. I was subbed from Day 1 until right before the Allure rebranding. It was never $18.

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