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Juneberry Subscription Box Review – August 2016

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Juneberry is a bi-monthly subscription box filled with lifestyle products that are “for women, by women.” They state that their aim is to encourage personal growth and empower women.


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.)


The Subscription Box: Juneberry

The Cost: $28.50 per package (every two months), free shipping, with a discount available for longer subscriptions

The Products: “4-5 awesome lifestyle products such as jewelry, accessories, make-up, wellness products and more.”

Ships to: US and Canada

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The theme for this month’s Juneberry box is Travel! This is the information card that came in the package, detailing the contents. For this subscription, there’s no way to know the retail value of the items they provide, so I’m using the values they have listed, which look reasonable.


This little key was included, and it is listed as a bonus earbud key. Does anyone know how that would work? Is it to wrap your earbuds around?



“Worldly Wonders” Map Necklace – Listed value $22

This necklace is so cool! I saw someone wearing one once, and I thought, “How outrageous!” That’s code for me loving it. It hits right at the throat, and it’s super shiny!



DIY Map Coasters – Listed value $5

This is the first time I have ever received a DIY project in a Juneberry Box! It’s okay though, because it was easy to do and the resulting coasters are kind of cool. I basically just cut out circles on the map, glued them onto the cardboard circles, and then put a layer of glue on top to seal them.


Travel Bag Organizer – Listed value $6

I really like that this little organizer is collapsible, but I don’t know how it would work in a travel bag. It seems much more likely that this is for office supplies. I am fine with that! It will definitely get used!


Luggage Tag – Listed value $11

This tag was a nice inclusion. We can always use more luggage tags. I really dislike filling out the ones that airlines provide when I’m trying to catch a flight!


Sticky Note Set – Listed value $4

These little travel-themed sticky notes will be great to use as paper flags and other general organizational notes. Cute!

Verdict: Juneberry always sends cute little items that I think are very “sweet.” We can definitely use everything I received this month. I think this would make a great gift subscription, too. The stated value this month comes to about $48. That’s great for a box that costs $28.50!

What do you think of Juneberry?

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.

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  1. I cancelled my subscription after getting Juneberry since…December? of last year. I just feel like the value isn’t there. I always liked the jewellery I got, but they totally inflate the value. And the other items always seem really cheap dollar store items. I want to like Juneberry, and I love the idea, but I feel that the execution is lacking.

  2. Cute–love the “Worldly Wonders” necklace. I am on the fence since the listed prices look inflated and not certain about future themes. I will keep an eye on a few reviews and see if it works for me!?

  3. Cute! I like the idea of including a very simple diy in a box.

  4. The $28.50 price is actually CAD$– I paid just over $21US– and the free shipping makes it an even better value, although their listing of $11 for a luggage tag seems a bit inflated.

  5. Thanks for reviewing, Anna! I had never heard of this box, but now I have another subscription to add to my list 😉

    • Thanks dlove!

  6. My guess on the key – Drop the headphone plug through the hole at the top of the key. Then wind cord around key. Use the notch at the bottom of the key to secure the plug end. Actually looks v useful and smart!

    • Good thinking Beth!

    • Yep pretty much 🙂 These work pretty well, especially if like me you tend to lose them in your ginormous bag where they tangle on everything! There are lots of cute styles of these- fish (like the bones), stick figure people, animals, etc! I like the key style because I can actually put it on my keyring 🙂

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