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SinglesSwag Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2017

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SinglesSwag is a fun, stylish, monthly subscription box geared towards single women. From SinglesSwag:

We love making single women look and feel beautiful while empowering and inspiring them.


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 a 3-month subscription + shipping or $224.99 for a 6-month subscription + shipping ($37.49 a month). 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 or $139.99 ($23.33 a month) for a 6-month subscription + shipping.

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code ADDICTION

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.

Check out all our SinglesSwag reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box Directory!

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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.


Runway Ready Face Primer, 20ml/0.68 fl oz. – Value $42.00

This product is part of a 3 Step process. The face primer I received is step one, followed by High Definition Pressed Powder and Lip Locked Priming Gloss Stain in Shae, which I did not recieve. This product is the cost of the box, which is great. When I saw the price, I had to double check, and yes $42.00 is the cost for this deluxe size product. I will definitely make this primer last with it being at this price point.

The primer worked well under my makeup and it’s recommended to use in my “T-zone area” to avoid an oily complexion. The texture was thick and went on heavy, but left a smooth finish, in my opinion. “As a bonus, Runway Ready smooths skin texture and minimizes the appearance of fine lines & pores”


Key Chain/Purse Charm – Value $16.00

This heart-shaped rose gold key chain and purse charm has a press clip closure and split key ring with black faux leather tassels and the words, “OOH LALA” on the front. I will use this as a purse charm, as it would be too heavy and cluttered for my key chain.



What (Ever) Ribbon Journal – Value $12.00?

This blue 5″x7″, 128 paged journal has compound words that are displayed half on the journal and the other half on the ribbon. I wasn’t able to find the “What (Ever)” journal on Knock Knock’s website, so I liked to a similar journal. This is clever and a fun way to jazz up journals.


Anti-Bac Hand Gel – Value $4.00?

This purse/travel size hand sanitizer has a cherry scented and silicone carry case that can attach to my purse with ease. I am unable to find this exact hand gel online, so the value is a guess.


Contoured Eye Mask – Value $10.00?

This satin contoured eye mask has “Wake Up And Makeup” printed on the front, and is better than my current eye mask. The mask is contoured so my eyes don’t touch the mask and it fit well and kept the light out.




Hand Crafted Soap- Charcoal + Coconut Oil, 4 oz. – Value $4.99

The marble design on this hand-crafted soap is gorgeous. I almost didn’t want to use. It’s intended for your face and body and has the following ingredients, activated charcoal powder, which works well on acne prone skin, coconut oil, and lemon essential oils, which are good to “detoxify and uplift” my skin. I used this as a hand soap and it worked well to clean my hands. It’s not as lathering and sudsy as other hand soaps I have used but was effective.




Buttascotch Oatmeal Bite Size Cookies, 1.75 oz. – Value $1.62

These cookies are delicious, thin, crunchy, buttery, and flavorful. I did detect an oatmeal flavor but no “buttascotch” flavor. These bite-sized cookies have no high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, no trans-fat and contains real “butta”.



Singlesswag included to cards. The mini card from G Mommas has a code for 20% off online and their web address, plus an opportunity to win a free hat on Instagram. They also included a stick promoting Amazi handcrafted soap. The sticker says. “Let’s do amazing things.” From Amazi:

At Amazi we want to elevate your bath experience, while also elevating people around the world! amazi = water in the African language of Kirundi. With each purchase, you make, you receive a luxury bath product + you give clean water, careers, and sanitation education to people in developing nations!

VerdictSinglesSwag’s curation has allowed me to carve out time for me and pamper myself with the various spa related items I’ve received. (The quote for this month echoes that: “The best way to be loved, is to love yourself.”) My favorite items this month are the primer, bag charm, and oatmeal bites. I look forward to this box every month and check out their Instagram page to get more encouraging quotes! The March box has a value of $90.61, which is amazing!

What do you think of this month’s SinglesSwag box?

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.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Thank You, ladies for your comments and I appreciate your feedback regardless if negative or positive. Everyone enjoy MSA and this particular review and let’s encourage each other, sending hugs.

  2. Thanks for showing the ingredient list on the cookies in the review! There are many people with allergies and dietary restrictions so that was very thoughtful and helpful!

  3. I was subscribed to the petite box and really enjoyed it. The curation is thoughtful and I’ve never received anything “junky” in this box. Even the travel lint brush they sent a few boxes back was a high quality item. Am taking a hiatus from but will re-sub hopefully soon.

  4. I subscribed as a little gift to myself after using my work bonus on bills LOL – I’m single but I bought a three month subscription because it’s cheaper than fitfabfun and it looks to have a great following! I can’t wait for my box!

    • Enjoy, a great way to treat yourself!

  5. I always enjoy your reviews of this box! I wish they’d rename it though bc it seems to be a nice lifestyle box for women in general (since there were only relationship books in like 2 boxes)

  6. Goodness! People are always complaining about this box I think its a good box with fun items.

    • ItS 2017, someone is always offended about something. (Insert eye roll here). This box always has cool stuff in it. I would sub if i didnt already have a million subs!

      • I know! It’s ridiculous. Not everything is racist or sexist or anti women. I think some people just need attention and something to cluck about!

  7. This sub my guilty pleasure review watch. I will never buy it but Im always curious to see which useless items the box includes.

  8. Does anyone else find it offensive though that single woman need to have their spirits lifted because they’re single??? I would never gift this box even though it looks fun because it’s offensive

    • It’s just you. Not everything is sexist,racist,anti women,etc and an excuse to be offended. Calm down please.

      • I’m not single and I’m not offended, but to take another commenter’s quote and turn it around, it’s 2017, why do single women need to be empowered and inspired? I think that’s the head-scratching part, that in their own words, the box was created for a “cause” rather than just for “fun and on-the-run ladies” or something like that.

      • Why does it bother you that she is offended? This is a forum for everyone to express their opinions. It’s not your place to tell another person to calm down. We are all entitled to our feelings and our opinions. (FYI, I am not the same Heather that posted above).

    • I like to think of it as a celebration of being single.

  9. Love this sub💟

    • Me too!

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