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Club Sassy Leggings Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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Club Sassy is a new leggings-of-the-month club! Each month they send subscribers one new pair of leggings designed to be high quality, soft, and fully opaque.

This package was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box:ย Club Sassy

The Cost: $14.99 per month for girls, $16.99 per month for regular (size 4-12), $18.99 per month for curvy (size 12-20)

COUPON: Use code ADDICTION to save 15% off your first box!

The Products: One pair of mystery leggings!

Ships to: US for free, internationally at additional cost

Check out the Women’s Clothing Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Club Sassy to your subscription list or wishlist!


This is the letter that arrived in my package, welcoming me to the Club! It gives care instructions for my new leggings, plus it has two different ways to win a free pair of leggings! How fun!


I also received this awesome welcome gift! This went straight onto my keychain immediately.


And here are my leggings for this month! So sassy! And all the promises Club Sassy made are true: they are super soft and comfortable, they seem well made, and you cannot see through them at all. I like the colors, too.

Verdict: Club Sassy is an instant win with me! The leggings are cute and comfortable, and the price is very affordable. I don’t know about the value of this specific pair of leggings, but as we’ve discussed, leggings can be much more than $19. I think it’s a good price. I wear leggings year-round, so I’m happy to be a member of Club Sassy!

What do you think ofย Club Sassy?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

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.


  1. One question: Remind us all why Plus Sized women are being discriminated against in paying $2 more?
    I thought we’d gone beyond that.
    Sorry, this alone puts me off this subscription.

    • its not a discrimination. more fabric = higher manufacturing cost = higher sales prices
      which is why the regular sizes for women are more than the little girls leggings.

      • Do you really think that an extra inch or two of fabric costs $2? The difference in the amount of fabric between a small and a large and a large and a plus is the same so why not charge more for a large vs. a small?

        • Niya, is exactly right. The manufacturer charges more for the larger size.

          Also keep in mind, we don’t carry small, medium, large, etc. sizes. We have regular or curvy and the curvy does use more fabric and does cost us more, thus why the price difference.

          I think it’s pretty standard in the clothing industry. Being plus size myself, I always pay more for my clothing now than I did when I was a smaller size. ๐Ÿ™‚

          • This is one of those things that I will simply agree to disagree. The small amount of additional fabric they use in one pair of leggings does not cost them more than pennies. So they are charging about 1000 times more and profiting 1000 times from it. I simply will not purchase of them. It is not a matter of extra material it is a matter of supply and demand. If people stop buying things will change. And since when is size 12 curvy??

  2. I don’t think I’ve ever paid more than $15 for leggings. $17 a month has no value to me. Cute concept for a sub – but not enough value for me to subscribe. The key chain is adorable tho!

  3. Size 12 and up cost $2.00 more? I get penalized for being plus size? Since when is a size 12 considered plus size? Ugh, nope, they won’t be getting my business.

    • Hmm i actually thought that was smart. More fabric = more cost, right? I always wondered why there is no price diff between S, M, L and even between shoe sizes, esp quality leather ones.

      For ex, theres such a big price diff between small & medium purse of same style, but no price difference between size 0 and 16 in most stores. Could never understand why.

      • More fabric would apply to every single size from 0 up. You going to charge $2.00 more for size 1, another 2 bucks for size 2, another 2 for size 3 and so on? I guess it’s smart if you want to lose business and tick off a “large” part of the population.

        • I think its probably because, in COGS and price survey perspective, raising cents/dollars at every point of fabric difference just isn’t cost effective? Bulk packaging does make financial sense.

        • But yes, I do understand that when most companies charge a flat price, and one doesn’t, it can definitely come to “tick off”! I guess I could see that side too.

      • I have actually found that smaller purses of high quality or more expensive than the larger purses. So why is that? If you going by you philosophy of more fabric = more cost. And why is it I have to pay just as much for my size 6 show as woman who wear size 12 shoes? They has twice as much fabric so should they not pay twice as much??

    • I don’t think they are penalizing people who wear those sizes rather there is just a price difference for distribution of those sizes from the manufacture. I believe there is a cost difference between ALL sizes and they are averaged out between sizes. I have seen this price difference even at some big chain stores.

  4. ooh that’s a great print, very fun. I’d love to see modeled pics later on! ๐Ÿ˜€

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