Luxor Box Inventory Closeout Mystery Boxes Available Now

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Luxor Box has a new mystery box available now. (Thank you, Erin and Cathleen, for the heads up!)

The Box: Luxor Inventory Close Out Mystery Box

The Cost: $2o5 or $425 for US, $230 or $460 for Canada

The Products:

Our Inventory Closeout “Mystery” boxes will have TWO variations. There will be a box with a retail value of OVER $1,100 and a box with a retail value of OVER $600!

Each “mystery” box will be filled with a mix of surprise (previously featured) products.

SPOILER*: Our FIRST 50 ORDERS are guaranteed to receive a single item from one of the following brands: Rose et Marius, Mary Jurek, La Soula, or Repauste PLUS a free gift with a value over $50!
*applies to BOTH boxes*

Shipping the week of February 12th 2018.
One time purchase, not a recurring subscription.

**Box with $1,100+ retail value: $425 USA ($415 plus $10 shipping)
**Box with $1,100+ retail value: $460 Canada ($415 plus $45 shipping)

**Box with $600+ retail value: $205 USA ($200 plus $5 shipping)
**Box with $600+ retail value: $230 Canada ($200 plus $30 shipping)

Are you grabbing a box? If you’ve purchased a Luxor mystery box before, please let us know if you recommend it.

Check out our Luxor Box reviews to see what types of items might be included. (Make sure to check out the comments on the reviews and in the forum, too.)

FYI: Here are the terms of these mystery boxes:

One time charge (not a recurring subscription).  Boxes are sold “as is” and there are no refunds or exchanges. Because of the limited quantity, each box will be slightly different, with a different mix of products and there is no guarantee that any two “mystery” boxes will be 100% the same or of the same value. You are pre-paying for these boxes and boxes will ship USPS Priority Mail the week of February, 12th 2018 and a shipping confirmation with your tracking number will be sent to the PayPal email address you provided at time of order. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. We are not able to accept returns, refund, credit, exchange or transfer after the order has been made. Shipments cannot be returned and there are no full or prorated refunds. Please read our full Terms and Conditions. BY PURCHASING THIS BOX, YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS!

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Luxor Box News, Subscription Box News| Tags: luxor box | 21 comments


  1. I am so grateful I canceled! I love the comment section here…it is too easy to convince myself whatever I receive is “worth it”. It Was (with the exception of a few items) a solid box-but for such a short time!
    Thank you all on here for your unsugarcoated comments!!

  2. L got my Luxor mystery box today! This was the $200 mystery box. I am so pleased! Since I don;t subscribe, they are all new to me. I’d like to add that I ordered and received the October mystery box and was very happy with that as well!
    This is what I got:
    Mary Jurek vase
    tea towels
    dartington clock
    halcyon days bangle
    la soula ring and bracelet
    wine tote bag
    Passport to beauty set
    plush pumpkin.

    The only repeat was the la soula ring and bracelet which I got in the last mystery box. So I didn;t add up the value yet, but I am sure it is there.

  3. Thanks for posting your comments ladies….I was considering it, but had no idea Luxor turned into such a shady company. I got burned by Little Lace Box & this seems like it’s where Luxor is heading.

  4. Careful, this may be viewed as promoting and it will be your fault when buyers don’t love their boxes. 😝

  5. No way. They are clearly going out of business and given the horrid business practices reported by customers, they deserve to. Next time try a little accountability and good customer service.

  6. That’s too Bad… they have to HURRY UP & get all their MYSTERY BOXES SOLD BCUZ THEYRE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS for Ripping People off .. Everyone sees through their Greedy Practices and won’t stand for it! FAR WELL!!!

  7. Dear John
    I am leaving you….

  8. I believe this might be the last inventory clean out before they close up shop.

    The last 3 boxes I’ve gotten have been so pathetic and they weren’t the boxes with the truly shady travel vouchers.

    Time to let go and buy my own luxury products I want.

    I strongly advise against buying any of these boxes. You are throwing good money after bad with Luxur’s history for the past 6 months or so.


  9. Oh my goodness the price point for this box is absurd. After the travel certificate debacle there is NO way I’d send any more of my hard-earned money to Luxor. PopSugar LEs are a MUCH better value and I’ve found their CS consistently good.

    I wonder if Luxor is assigning the travel certificate a value of $300.00 and adding it to every box. Please be forewarned that the certificate is a total waste of paper. Sadly a few people who have tried to redeem them will likely be out the $89.00 “processing” fee or whatever they are calling it because the hotels they are offering are horrible (think bed bugs, horrible locations, 2* hotels — the stuff nightmarish vacations are made of).

    No thanks Luxor. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Not this time. Bye bye.

  10. Whoa, that’s quite pricey!

  11. Thanks for posting your reviews, ladies! I was on their website ready to purchase one, but came here first.

    • Just so everyone is aware, the retail value of their January box was $466.99. The regular box costs a total of $139. I guess I’m trying to figure out how a “Mystery Box” that costs $200 for $600 retail of items is even a good deal? You could purchase two regular boxes for $278 total and end up with $933.98 worth of retail items.

      • I just stick with the regular box now. It is usually a better deal. I never need a mystery box because I have all the items I want from the regular box.

  12. I think Luxor Box is trying to reposition itself so it’s coming out so many varieties (paper stationary, cosmetics, skincare, and some tech items). Too bad their price point is high so not much room for them to trial and error.
    It’s my silly hope when these Box companies are trying out new types, they could value the customers instead of the profits and offer much discounted prices for those trial items. Not all people want to pay close to half price for something they don’t want or they didn’t expect from the Box companies.
    I am ready to say goodbye to Luxor Box and Robb Vices.

  13. I would never buy luxor after the stories about their customer service, and how they’ve teamed up with a travel company that scams people out of their money. But Wow the fact that they’re only guaranteeing one brand name item spells disaster and not even showing spoilers. You could pay $200 for a rose et marius liquid soap. Expect a box full of elmer’s glue “wrinkle remover.”

  14. Luxor fought me tooth & nail over a defective purse and insisted that I take my issue up with the manufacturer in France. Total BS. Luckily PayPal was able to step in and issue a partial refund after Luxor wanted the entire box back in order to issue a refund. It was months before the issue was resolved.
    They don’t care about their customers at all.

  15. Its strange to me that Luxor is usually so responsive to user feedback but on this one thing – it’s been an almost universal ask they do lower price point mystery boxes. 205$ – that’s more than an annual FFF, or 2 PSMH LEs – and it’s for a one time mystery box. My actual all time best mystery box came from them, but at lower price point for sure!

    • Right on! That really puts it in perspective!

  16. I wonder if there are travel vouchers in these boxes!! :/ Grrr….

  17. The first 50 who buy actually get a Rose et Marius or other true luxury branded item. Probably a bookmark or magnet. Probably a travel voucher is the bulk of the R.V. makeup. Proceed with Caution!

  18. Luxor has completely lost my trust and burned any goodwill which had built up as an annual member who used to buy every LE and Mystery boxes. Luxor does not act in good faith or attempt to make things right when issues come up. Sadly it’s time to say goodbye.

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