• WINTER POPSUGAR SPOILER #3
    Details
  • BIRCHBOX NOVEMBER FULL SPOILERS
    Details
  • FALL CAUSEBOX REVIEW + FREE GIFT
    Details

Posted by on Updated: in Best Subscription Boxes of 2018, Featured Deal | 38 comments

5 Wellness Subscriptions You Can Try For Under $5

This post may contain referral/affiliate links. If you buy something, MSA may earn a commission. Read the full disclosure.

Creating a healthier, happier life is easy thanks to these free wellness subscription boxes! Each of these convenient services sends you high-quality products on a regular basis, helping you keep your body, home, and wallet happy.

One thing to keep in mind–all these free or cheap offers start subscriptions, so make sure to read their terms carefully.

For most of these offers, you will need to pay a small shipping fee, but they’re still a great way to try these services for yourself before you subscribe:

Free Health and Wellness Subscription Boxes


Hubble Contacts: Free 15-Pair Trial

Hubble: Free Two Week Trial

Hubble is a monthly subscription box for affordable, daily contacts (regularly $30/month for 30 pairs). You will need an existing prescription for contacts from your eye doctor in order to take advantage of this offer.

Get your first box (15 pairs) for just $3 shipping! No coupon required—just use this link!

Check out our Hubble Contact Lenses Review to learn more about what to expect when you sign up, and how much money we saved by making the switch.


Mighty Body by Mighty Fix: First Box For $2.99

Mighty Body is a subscription service that sends you one new full-size body care product monthly that is safe, effective, and natural.

No coupon required—just use this link to get your first box for $2.99! After your first month, the subscription is $12.99 a month.

Check out our Mighty Body / Mighty Fix reviews to learn more about what to expect when you sign up and what our thoughts were after a few months of usage.


Curology, First Month Free

Curology is a unique and totally personalized prescription skincare subscription service that targets acne and pairs you with a licensed dermatologist and sends you prescription medication every month or every other month. The regular price is $19.95/month.

Use this link to get your first month free, no coupon needed!

Check out our Curology Reviews to learn more about what to expect when you sign up and what our thoughts were after a few months of usage.


NatureBox First Month Free

NatureBox snacks are made from wholesome ingredients and are minimally processed – no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners. The $24.99 subscription includes full-size bags of their best selling snacks each month.

Use this link to get your first month free, no coupon needed!

Check out our NatureBox Reviews to learn more about what to expect when you sign up and our favorite snacks over time.


FilterEasy: First Month Free

FilterEasy Free Trial

FilterEasy (starting at $11.97 per filter per month with free shipping) is a furnace and air filter subscription service that ensures you always have clean air in your home. Choose your size and whether to receive deliveries every 1, 2, or 3 months, and you’ll never forget to change your filters again!

This isn’t the most exciting subscription box on this list, but we love this service for homeowners because it’s a built-in reminder to change your filters regularly, with no need to run to the hardware store.

Use this link to get your first filter free, including free shipping!


That wraps up the list of wellness subscriptions you can try for free (or just the price of shipping). Did you try any of them? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

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.

38 Comments

  1. Some of you are super mean! I am DISABLED and I am a day trader and I work from home. I can’t drive to get mah things! I can’t lift heavy boxes of soda, big bottles of water, big bags of cat food or cat litter for my pets. Climb up to change the air filters… I LOVE TO OUTSOURCE
    it’s so helpful to me to have things delivered! YES sometimes it costs more and I clip coupons and I cut cost when I can on things but when it’s something I just can’t go get it lift myself and I can get it delivered I do!!! How dare anyone shame someone else for that. I literally fell and broke my neck and nearly died while traveling for business… I used to travel all over the country for work… can’t do it anymore… be nice people

  2. I am disabled and use filtereasy. I do write when to change my filter on the calendar to remind my son to change it for me also! I love Amazon Prime for ordering my dog food because I can not lift 40 pounds of dog food too!

  3. First world problems, so sad 🤦🏻‍♀️
    There real issues in this world, maybe invest your time getting educated about that and ways to help instead of fighting with people about air filters.

    If you have so much money, like some of you said, why noy buy the cheaper option and donate the rest to a good cause, you will feel even better.

    • People have provided all kinds of reasons for why they’re willing to pay a little extra for delivery. I haven’t read a single bad reason. And how do you know who does or doesn’t donate to charity despite getting products through subscriptions? I’ve read a lot of comments on the blog and the now defunct forum that lead me to believe that many people on this site are very charitable. But the point is that this is a website literally dedicated to subscriptions. People don’t deserve to be judged on MSA about getting filters through a subscription anymore than they deserve to be judged for subscribing to Ipsy.

  4. Idk what is wrong with this world and how people can be so insensitive about an air filter? Hello??? No fighting People!! Its really not that important and theres real issues going on in this world that could use all that attention!

    • Exactly! Thanks

  5. Wow! I dont think I’ve ever seen such caddiness about an air filter for a home!! Come on people!!!! What is wrong with this world????

  6. My spouse is at Home Depot right now, grumbling all the way because he has to change out at least 12 large filters, and ALL are located in the ceiling.

    I’d LOVE to find a service that not only ships the filters but climbs up and down ladders and stairs to install them LOL.

    Seriously, this is a GREAT subscription service. It’s useful, clean, practical and promotes better health, especially in the winter when we have viruses and bacteria around.

  7. Or maybe they are too busy being incredible home owners, parents, and pet parents to want to waste time remembering and would rather pay a service. I don’t use this service, but good for them for wanting a clean home!

  8. Wow. I think it’s interesting how some are trying to make others feel less than because of their personal standards.

    Who cares if someone wants to purchase a filter for more than it is at Home Depot or Walmart. They are paying for the convenience of not having to worry or think about one extra thing. Maybe they stress easily, maybe they have a loved one with a chronic health condition and any little help is appreciated, or maybe they just like getting stuff in the mail.

    Oh well. I personally don’t use the service and won’t, but it isn’t my place to demean people who do.

    • Thank you Stephanie, I’m all those things you said. That’s why I’m glued to MSA. 🙂.

    • It does seem kind of odd that someone would visit a site based on subscription box addictions to post multiple comments just to try to demean those that would subscribe to a box…

  9. Let’s try this again, since my comment didn’t post (it wasn’t enthusiastic). A standard 20x20x1 filter costs only $5 at Walmart, and if you own a calendar, you can write reminders in it to change the filter.

    • Hi Dea,

      Your comment not posting had nothing to do with enthusiasm – it’s because it was your first time commenting with on that IP address with that name. Sorry for any confusion! Your comment should be visible now.

    • Meh… I have better things to do with my time than shop for filters…besides I wouldn’t be caught dead in a Walmart.

      Some of us have enough disposable income to outsource these things if we want.

      • I am with you! For your reasons stated and because life is busy enough as it is.

        Receiving automatic filters is instatnt reminder to change the filters!

  10. Thank you for doing this post and the great promo codes. It seems that we NEVER have a furnace filter when it needs to be changed, so I was excited to learn about Filter Easy! With the great promotion it was an easy decision for me to immediately sign up. Thank you again!!

    • We use filter easy for our house – I’m loving it so far!

  11. People who are incapable of writing in their calendars to change the filter have no business being homeowners, parents, or pet owners.

    No run to the hardware store required. Every Publix and Walmart carries the standard 20x20x1 filter. And paying more than $7 for a filter is not necessary.

    • Lol get over yourself

      • Right? I get dog food through a subscription service. I don’t think that makes me an irresponsible pet owner. I’d just rather have it delivered right to my doorstep then have to go to the store and lug those heavy bags to my car and then to my door.

        • This whole website/lifestyle/whatever you want to call this unravels pretty quickly if we have to start nitpicking every dollar we may or may not be “wasting” haha

        • I tried to post something similar about my meal prep subs but it hasn’t shown up. I dont want to or have time to go grocery shopping every week…guess I don’t deserve my house or dog.

    • By this logic I should apparently not own my home or dog because I am also capable of planning meals and going grocery shopping but I choose to get Home Chef deliveries every week. I do it because I’m a well educated engineer that works long days and successfully takes care of the house I own myself…and therefore would rather spend my spare time playing with my dog or relaxing instead of grocery shopping. I pay for convenience because I’m lucky and able to. And more than capable.

      • Well said. How you spend your money is up to you.

    • Dea-
      There was ABSOLUTELY NO reason for your rude and completely overreaching comment. How exactly does me enjoying the convenience of having my furnace filters sent to my home each month equal me “having no business being a homeowner, parent or pet owner”??? I’d LOVE to hear your explanation… Also, I’m not asking you to pay the extra few dollars this service costs each month, so I honestly question how my finances or how I choose to spend my money is any of your business? I’m never understood why or how some people feel the need to criticize other peoples decisions….it’s a FURANCE FILTER SUBSCRIPTION, get over it!! Remember..if you can’t say anything nice…don’t say anything! 🙂

      • Sorry she was rude to you. There is always someone who thrives on being rude and mean!

    • Why are you even here….

      • And people that don’t have the basic decency to be nice to people shouldn’t be commenting on blogs. Maybe they have no business having children or pets either. Just sayin’

        • Right!? I mean I don’t understand the absolute rude and disrespectful behavior on here.

    • Who the hell are you to judge what equates being a good home or pet owner? If you can only just throw hate and disrespect towards others, then you can leave this page for good internet troll!

    • I don’t use this, but I can see how it could be of value to someone. Perhaps because people are so busy being responsible at all those things, having one less thing to put on their calendar is helpful. Also, unless someone asks you to pay for them to get this service, it seems like it’s probably none of your concern. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    • Well, I’m thinking they shared the price of a standard filter as an example. . . Mine may not be. I always drag my old filter with me to match, and don’t always find it in stock . . . what a hassle. But that also gets me thinking – target delivers, walmart delivers, amazon, etc. I could figure out which is most convenient and make a subscription with them and save the trip. — Currently I have a 4 pack in the garage, so no need today.

    • This is a place to share our common love for subscription boxes – regardless of what kind it is. No need to judge people on what they choose to subscribe to. It’s certainly not a measure of your right to be a ‘homeowner, parent or pet owner’. I mean srlsly. Smh.

    • We’ve used Filter Easy for ~ 1 year now and it is certainly NOT because I’m lazy and cannot remember to run errands (if you could just be a fly on the wall…)–it’s because our house has odd-sized HVAC (read: not “standard”) dimensions and not only does this company stock them where many local retailers do not, they offer Super Allergen for roughly the same cost anyway. Not that this is your business, but we also currently rent since we move a lot, and it’s written in the contract that the filters must be replaced monthly. Normally I ignore rude comments like this one because everyone is entitled to his/her opinion, but you clearly made a judgy statement without considering other factors.

      On another note, Liz certainly DOES permit “less than enthusiastic” comments be on MSA–are you new here?

    • Thanks for your extremely limited world viewpoint. Between my home and small business I have 4 different filter sizes, only 1 of which is a standard size that I can purchase, the others are not at the grocery store, Home Depot, Lowes, Costco, etc. Not everyone has a standard 20×20 and I never see the filters in my sizes for this pricepoint in my large city, perhaps filters are less $$ in your town.

    • Geez that seems harsh!

    • Wow really? You need to be more appreciative of the fact that your life is so perfect and organized that you have plenty of time for running unecessary errands. I, like many other people, am more than capable of “writing in my calendars to change the filter”; however, I work 60+ hours per week, take my kids to their various activities in the evenings, and take care of my handicapped husband on top of grocery shopping, cooking healthy meals every evening, and handling all of the other household chores that need to be completed. If I can relieve some of the burden by subscribing to a delivery service for a few things, it is totally worth spending a few extra dollars every month just for the convenience.

Post a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comments may not appear immediately. More info here.

Please do not enter your email address in the Name field or in the comment content!