SinglesSwag Subscription Box Review + Coupon- October 2016

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SinglesSwag is a fun, stylish, monthly subscription box geared towards single 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.)

This review is of the Singlesswag, $39.99 a month, box. 


The Subscription Box: SinglesSwag

The Cost: $39.99 month to month + shipping or $114.99 ($38.88 a month) for 3-month subscriptions + shipping. They also offer a Petite box for $24.99 month to month + shipping or $71.99 ($23.99 a month) for a 3-month subscription.

The Products: SinglesSwag delivers 5-7 products to uplift and encourage single ladies. Products include bath and beauty items, accessories, a yummy food item and a book to elate your soul. The Petite box comes with 3-4 products.

Ships: U.S. and APO address, APO addresses should allow up to 7 days’ additional delivery time.

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Each box comes with an information card listing the items included in the box as well as an encouraging monthly quote.



This month I received a coupon from Wine2Go for 50% off.



Banded Infinity Scarf – Value $24.98

This is the second time the company Banded has been included in their boxes. The last time was the August Box. I like when a subscription box company includes various items from a particular company or designer in their boxes. This braided infinity scarf is new to me and the braided design has an unusual look. It feels more like a large necklace than the typical infinity scarves I already own, nonetheless, I will put it to good use!




Wine2Go Foldable Wine Bottle – Value $12.99

This foldable, reusable, BPA free wine bottle is perfect for any type of beverages, not just wine. I was happy to see this product again, and now I have another foldable wine bottle. I received my first one in the August Uncorked box. I can use one for wine and the other for non-alcoholic beverages.


NCLA Nail Lacquer in the color Chaka – Value $16.00

NCLA is another SingleSwag favorite. The eye-catching, funky blue is more of my niece’s color, so I will be passing this on to her. NCLA’s products are free of formaldehyde, DBP, toluene, resin and camphor,100% vegan and non-toxic.



Soap & Paper Factory Mission Grove Body Wash3.1 fl oz. – Value $10.00

This is the month for company favorites. I’m becoming fond of the theme I’m seeing in this box. And I look forwarded to more products from these companies and past companies from SinglesSwag’s previous boxes. This sweet smelling body wash was lathering and moisturizing to my skin. It’s 100% sulfate free and no parabens. Their hand cream was in last month’s box, and a nice companion to this month’s body wash.



NCLA Mani E.R. – Value $16.00

This handy manicure kit will be perfect to stash in my purse for a quick nail emergency while on the go. The kit contains clippers, a nail file, v-shaped pushed stick, rounded push stick, and beauty scissors. I’m well prepared with this kit as well as the Urban Aid-Everyday Rescue kit I have in my purse too, which came from the August box.



Lark Fine Foods-Coconut Butter Cookies6.7 oz. package – Value $6.00

I rarely eat coconut unless it’s my Mom’s coconut pie. These cookies brought me back to my childhood when my Mom would bake her coconut pie for my school functions. These cookies are buttery, slightly dry (in my opinion but others may not think so) and crunchy with a rich coconut flavor.

Verdict: I have been enjoying the products from SinglesSwag and am pleased with this month’s curation. The product selections have been creative, fun, and useful. And this month’s box has a few familiar companies from previous boxes. I look forward to this box every month and check out their Instagram page to get more encouraging quotes! The October box has a value of $85.97, which is more than double the cost of the box!

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Written by Nich Baviera

Nich Baviera

Nichelle has been obsessed with subscription boxes since 2012, when she received an email to subscribe to PopSugar Must Have Box. Since then, she has subscribed to Glossybox, Allure Beauty Box and GoodeBox which is now called GoodeBeing Box. She currently subscribes to: Birchbox, FabFitFun, Essence Beauty Box, PopSugar Must Have Mini Box, and Play! by Sephora. She is an avid admirer of PopSugar, so much so that she had an office tour of their San Francisco headquarters in April of 2015.

Posted in Australian Subscription Box Reviews, Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, SinglesSwag Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women, UK Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: singlesswag | 8 comments


  1. That’s not a scarf… it’s much more of a necklace… It’s kinda cute, but ehhh not a scarf. I’d be quite cold with it! Okay box otherwise, but I agree with monah in that it’s not really for single women, but just women.

  2. Are they not putting books in their boxes anymore? This was the main reason why I subscribed to this…

    • Not sure why the regular box didn’t have a book and the petite box did. I was surprised too. Maybe the November box will have a book!

  3. The petite box was a great value this month, IMHO. I received a similar scarf, the cookies, a Soap & Paper hand crème, and a book by Amy Poehler. The total value exceeded the cost of the box and I enjoyed the selections immensely. I do feel that this box would be suitable for any woman, regardless of dating/marital status, but I also like that there were no gratuitous “Poor you, you’re single” or “Yea, you’re single, go girl!” items. Just disregard the name of the box and it’s a pretty neat assortment of some nifty stuff.

  4. Great review and great box! But I feel like one more item could make it better, I might subscribe.

  5. Agreed. There is nothing that stands out, or could stand out in this box. The nich market boxes for the most part seem pointless. The mommy boxes are a good example. I like the items in the mommy boxes yet they are suited for all women not just mommys therefor they are loosing revenue simply by have a specific name. No matter how great the items in a mommy box and non mommy specific, many women who are not mothers will not get that box, just like this box they have excluded them selves from so many buyers.

    Not everyone that is single drinks. If they would have left this as a simple water bottle it would have been much nice.

    Did Ncla have a sale on these? This was in popsugar last month as much as I like the manicure set I would get ticked if I got this 1 month later in another box

    exceptions: The mens box, craft boxes, the pet boxes and the baby / child specific boxes.

  6. At some point trying to narrow down a box to a specific market and then try and customize it to actually meet the need/wants or whatever, of that specific market gets to be just plain ridiculous. Seriously, what specific item(s) can you think of that only a single woman would want? A dating service membership? The *boomer* box is another box that isn’t able to provide items only women over 60 would want. Depends? I have yet to see anything new, unusual, or different enough in these boxes that make them stand out from the rest. So, I guess to try and drum up interest they name it in a way to make it seem as though this is a highly customized quality box. Who are they fooling? It’s enough to make me not want to buy one. What would be in a “married” woman’s box? A bottle of aspirin for her headache when she’s not in the mood? Actually, I think that would work better for the married man’s box. And, Nich, this is not a reflection of you or your review, and I know y’all have to be diplomatic in your reviews, so sometimes that’s when the comments come in handy.

  7. In some states, the wine bottle would be considered an open container of alcohol. Not a good idea. Safer to stick to non-alcoholic beverages for this.

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