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Aster Market Subscription Box Review + Coupon– November 2016


Aster Market is a subscription box that focuses on sending you small-batch products from around the world.



My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).


The Subscription Box: Aster Market

The Cost: $46.95 a month + free shipping. There’s also the option to buy a one-time box, also for $46.95 + free shipping

COUPON: Use code SHARE20 to save 20% off your first month!

The Products: “Aster Market is a monthly subscription that delivers a box filled with surprise, small batch products ranging from home decor, jewelry, paper goods, bath products and more”.

Ships to U.S. only

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This box comes with a card detailing the items included.


“Snuggle Up”- Grey Striped Throw Blanket – Value $30.00

This is a nice blanket throw with the saying, “Snuggle Up”. It’s handmade in New Jersey and measures at 70″ x 38.5″. It’s lightweight and long enough for me to share. I own several blanket throws of various sizes and fabric textures, so this will fit well with my other throws.



Foodie Dice No 1- Seasonal Dinners – Value $24.00

I’m always in need of recipe ideas and this came at the right time. There are 5 primary dice that consist of a cooking method, meat, grain/carb, herb, and bonus ingredient, along with 4 seasonal veggie dice. The protein die has a meat and veggie option. The dice are made of birch wood and laser-engraved in the United States.


I rolled the dice and got cabbage for my seasonal veggie, turkey or seitan, basil, potato, onions and broil, as the method to cook the ingredients. 


Cooper Foil Greeting Card – Value $5.00

This is a lovely greeting card with copper foil foliage accents on the front and blank inside. This greeting card will make for a pleasant arrival in my friend’s mailbox. The card is designed on white cotton cardstock and is made in the United States. I would like to have received an assortment of greeting cards from Amy Heitman but I am pleased with this card.

Verdict: This month’s Aster Market box has a value of $59.00. All the products I received are American made, which is great and says a lot about Aster Market support for American-based companies. Once again, they chose well thought-out items and I’m always impressed with their selection. This box has become my favorite. The items that come in these boxes are useful and often times have more of a gifting theme with the products as opposed to other subscription boxes. It’s a treat each month to see what fun, unique, eclectic gifts they choose for their subscribers. (If you are looking for a high-value box, I would not recommend Aster Market).

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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 Aster Market Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: aster market | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. When I first saw the dice saying Arugula, Endive, Dandelion Greens my first thought was whoever made these certainly didn’t grow up in the South. Although I think I have heard about dandelion greens but that was before my time. Neat idea.

  2. At first I thought that throw was a Jewish prayer shawl. Seriously. Google ‘tallit’ and you’ll see what I mean.

  3. Aster Market is my favorite handmade subscription! The dice are awesome!

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