Smartass and Sass Subscription Box June 2018 FULL SPOILERS


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We have full spoilers for the June 2018 Smartass and Sass! (Thanks, Anna!)

The theme for June is:

Each box will include:

TSA Pat-Down Luggage Tag from Porter Leather
• 100% genuine leather
• 3-1/2” x 1-3/4” size
• Space to jot down contact deets
• Silver imprint and buckle

In case you missed the previous spoiler:

And here are the full spoilers:


Smartass and Sass also has two new subscription options available now!

The S&S Shirt Subscription ($15.95 per month) – Get a soft, locally-printed unisex shirt each month, delivered straight to your door.

The S&S Box Subscription ($34.95 per month) – Get a monthly dose of sass! 5-7 full-size items to make you laugh your a** off.

The S&S BIG Box Subscription ($49.95 per month) – Includes the same 5-7 snarky goods as the regular-sized box plus a soft, locally-printed unisex shirt each month (sizes XS-3XL).

Smartass and Sass is a monthly subscription box designed for gals with a sense of humor. Each month, you’ll receive 4-8 awesomely irreverent items handmade by artists and small businesses. The women behind Smartass and Sass might not take themselves too seriously, but they are serious about supporting the creatives behind the items in their box and paying a fair price for their quality goods.

The Subscription Box: Smartass and Sass

The Cost: $34.95 per month. You can also choose a 3-month plan for $33.95 per month, a 6-month plan for $32.95 per month, or a 12-month plan for $31.95 per month.

COUPON: Use code MSA15 to save 15% off any length subscription!

The Products: 4-8 irreverently fun handmade finds (including decor, stationery, accessories, and more) from artists and small businesses

Ships to: $6.95 to the U.S. Varies worldwide.

Check out our Smartass and Sass reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

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!

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.

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6 Comments

  1. I received my box and the Bee-Och product is the sun stick and not the sunscreen shown in the product guide. Interesting.

  2. I agree with other posters that this box is too expensive for what it is. I do understand that they owners of the box care about fair payment to their artists, but most consumers would just consider these novelty items, and $35-50 plus shipping is a high price for this.

    I do want to support, and I do like the idea behind it, so I just sub to the tee shirts. At least I know that I’ll be using what I get, and they are really nice quality.

  3. I just want the bag!! Hope it shows up on swaps.

  4. Yikes, those are some bad puns 😩

  5. Hmmm. I tried this box for the first time in June. I haven’t yet received it but I’m an avid follower of yours, MSA.

    I loved April’s box as I have a nervous system disorder and thought the May box was adorable and, so, I had FOMO on both of those boxes.

    We live in a beach community and are there all the time so I thought I would subscribe this month. I think the box is just a bit too much money.

    I love the beachbag. I hope it fits 2 towels and some snacks.

    I’ll pass along the bottle opener to a friend who rents her beach condo as my meds don’t agree with alcohol.

    The mineral products are a giant LOVE as I adore using more natural products. The tumbler is okay.

    The beachball is meh and the TSA pat down tag makes me a bit sad as I feel that is condescending to those who work at TSA.

    Was it worth it for the beachbag and the mineral products? Just barely I think.

    I think I’ll just admire this box from afar from now on.

    • I received mine and will be canceling.

      This feels like a $25 box at most.

      The shirt came stained, it looks like 2 drops of a dark mystery item (not simply dust), and there are 2 more spots on the beach ball. If they were not stained, both would be okay but not my fav.

      The shirt is a polyester blend and the beach ball is a small beach ball. Fine , but what am I doing with a mini beach ball (or really a regular size beach ball)? The saying makes it not appropriate for a child that can read IMO.

      I tried to log into my account and cannot get in. It keeps saying my email address is not found.

      The tumbler looks like a dollar store item.

      I adore the sun stick.

      I don’t drink anything but water so the bottle opener will be donated or swapped.

      The bag is adorable on the non-saying side. Mine has a bunch of threads hanging off which I can easily clip but makes me think this is made in a Chinese factory. The zipper is cheaply made and there are no pockets. This would not fit 2 beach towels, sunscreen and a book and still zipper.

      I’m clearly not who should be buying this. I’m 38 and don’t swear. I’m honestly not sure I know anyone to gift items to that have these phrases.

      What would one pay in a Marshall’s or Walmart setting? Here is my guess: Maybe $1 for a mini beach ball, $10 for a poly blend graphic shirt, $3 (?) for an opener, $2 for a faux leather luggage tas, $1 for the tumbler and $5 for the bag, $5-$10 for the sunscreen stick (it seems like a few weeks or product at most). So, it might cost $20 to $30 to find this at retail but you must likely wouldn’t want every item.

      I’m struggling with the cost and how cheaply the items feel.

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