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New Subscription Box from Mommy Mailbox: Miss Mailbox – Available Now + Coupon!

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ByMSANov 2, 2017 | 22 comments

Miss Mailbox
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Mommy Mailbox just announced a new box - Miss Mailbox!

We've read the reviews and emails, and we've been listening. You want to order Mommy Mailbox, but you aren't a mom and feel a little weird about having a "mom" box delivered to your house.

Well, say hello to Miss Mailbox. She's the sister box to Mommy Mailbox, and she is exactly the same box, except for the name. Mommy Mailbox was created by moms as a way to help moms feel like a woman again, and not JUST a mom. A way to help moms feel special. Well, that doesn't just apply to moms. Every woman deserves to be treated and rewarded. Life is hard. Give yourself a break.

The Box: Miss Mailbox

The Cost: $33.95

Coupon: Use code MISS15 to save 15% off any length subscription

The Products: Each box contains 4-6 surprise gifts that change each month.

Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $10.50

Check out all our Mommy Mailbox reviews to see what you can expect from this subscription!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

What do you think of the new Miss Mailbox? Do you want to see it reviewed?

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Miss Mailbox is the sister subscription to Mommy Mailbox! Miss Mailbox boxes are specially curated to make your life better, easier, sweeter. The goal is to fill our boxes with products that uplift and reward every mommy. Each box includes unique gifts for women of all ages, such as jewelry, accesso... read more.
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22 comments

Kate

It’s been great reading everyone’s comments! Just thought you might all like to know how we arrived at Miss Mailbox for the name… we wanted to keep it “something” Mailbox to correspond with the Mommy Mailbox name. We originally started the box because as moms we found it tough to find ways to treat ourselves and even go shopping without kids—we definitely want to maintain that goal for moms, so changing the box name was not something we were interested in. When trying to come up with the right word we tossed around so many as ideas. Our top choice was actually “Modern Mailbox” because we knew that if we chose Miss/Mrs we’d be leaving some women out. Unfortunately, all the clever words have been taken. We just couldn’t find a good domain name that was available. Given our options, we thought Miss Mailbox had the nicest ring to it, and wouldn’t be as hard to swallow for a married woman without kids than the Mommy Mailbox name. Hope that helps shed some light on our thought process! Thanks for your support, ladies!

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Marion

??? Now women have to define themselves by whether or not they have kids? How limiting. (Especially since one can be both a “miss” AND a “mommy”, or, as others have pointed out in the comments, it is entirely possible to be NEITHER.)

I really hate the stupid gender politics that lead to boxes with ridiculous names. This reminds me of the “lady boss” and “girl boss” nonsense of Covet Crate.

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Marcia

In my humble opinion, the last box was great -so I really don’t care what it’s called.

I’m an old empty-nester so I’m with Shakespeare – “what’s in a name” …as long as it’s a decent box, fair price and good customer service 🙂

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Shana

The same box with 2 names because people without kids couldn’t handle a word on their mail? Right… I order the baby boxes from Target even though I don’t have a baby. They have awesome products in it (even if I don’t use every single one of them like diaper rash cream since, again, I don’t have a baby). What a strange problem. I feel bad that they feel the need to do this.

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Jennifer

So, if you subscribe to Miss Mailbox, do you need to cancel Mommy Mailbox, or will it automatically cancel?

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TK

I guess this new box would be for moms who are no longer “mommies”? My boys are teens and twenties. I didn’t want to get items geared for babies or toddlers. The name of the box doesn’t really matter to me.

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Meg

I don’t love the name but I’d much rather have Miss Mailbox delivered than Mommy Mailbox being married with no intention of ever having kids!

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Elena

Same here 😉

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Sharon in SE TX

LOL. So, now my mailman will think I’m single instead of a mommy.

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Elena

I don’t like the new name either. But I really appreciate the effort and attention to customer opinions.

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Shannon

I agree. I really dislike this name too! So either you need to be single or a mom for this box? Maybe a third box for married women without kids…lol

However, I appreciate that they are listening and trying to respond to people’s comments.

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Lily

Happy they read all the comments. This is great box. The curation I like a lot better then Pop sugar.

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Tessa

This is exactly what I’ve been hoping for! I’ve wanted to subscribe for a long time but I just couldn’t deal with “Mommy Mailbox” arriving at my door! Lol! Yayyyyy!!!

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Ash

Why not just change the name of the box?? 🤔🤔🤔

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Sara

Does anyone know how long the coupon is valid? Seems like a good deal, but it’d be nice if I could use it on a subscription starting with the December box as a Christmas gift…

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Elena

Sara, coupon is valid for short time only I suppose. But they have fabulous customer service! I’ve already bought one-time November Mommy Mailbox and didn’t want to get double box this month. Kate was so sweet that she moved my subscription to begin next month. I was able to use the code. So go ahead and email to CS. 😉

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Sara

Thanks, Elena! I did just that, and they were able to delay the start of the subscription until December – super simple. Agreed, CS seems to be great.

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amber

This sounds like they are just changing their name??

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Tessa

They are keeping mommy mailbox too—it’s the same box with 2 names—one for moms, one for women without kids. Everyone has been complaining forever that they wanted to get the box but didn’t have kids and they finally listened!

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Luna

That’s what I was thinking too. 🙂

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