Third & Main Holiday Collection Boxes Available Now!

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Third & Main has two Holiday Collection Boxes available now! These are one-time purchases and will not start a subscription.

The Box: Holiday Collection Box – Cup of Cheer

The Cost: $49.99

The Products:

– Mother Wilma’s Set of 4 gourmet marshmallows and hot cocoa mix small batch made in the USA
-Set of 4 Crow Canyon enamelware tumblers (in 1 of 4 designs white/black, white/gray, black or gray splatter)
-A wood sign with the perfect sentiment for any coffee or cocoa bar


The Box: Holiday Collection Box – Holiday Hostess

The Cost: $49.99

The Products:

– Merry & Bright tea towel hand made in Seattle by Linen & Ivory
– Illume Fraser Fir demi tin candle design and poured in Minnesota
– Cranberry & Pistachio biscotti by Marc Sievers small batch made in the USA

Are you grabbing a Holiday Collection Box?

If you’re interested in the regular subscription:

The Box: Third & Main

The Price: $59.95/box (available monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly)

Ships to: US

What’s inside: Third & Main is a subscription box that brings the charm of small-town main street boutiques to your door. Each carefully curated box will include home and self-care items from “mission-minded” vendors right here in the US. Third & Main also includes information on the vendors, so you can keep supporting the small businesses you love.  According to their site, each box contains 4-6 full-size items with a total value anywhere between $85-$110!

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  1. What’s gourmet about a marshmallow? Sorry maybe I’m missing something but to me a marshmallow is still a marshmallow big small round square chocolate fruity , it’s still just a fluff of sugar 😂.

  2. You have got to be kidding!!?? At the $50+ price surely there’s a cashmere sweater thrown in there or a pair of gold or sterling silver earrings, or a box of Godiva chocolates. 🤷🏼‍♀️🤔😬

  3. Yes, $20 tops!

  4. Wow…

  5. The price point is very high. I like both boxes but not at $50 each.

  6. What am I supposed to do with 4 marshmallows? Lol!

  7. The holiday collection box has an actual RV of $36. Even shipping from individual stores would be less than $50.

  8. There has to be a mistake. Fifty dollars for either one of these is crazy.

  9. Fifty dollars??????????? For this? I should be in the sub business.

    • I was just thinking that!!! Or in the advent calendar bus lol! 🙂

      • Our Michaels and TJ Maxx are next to each other. Between them, you could put together a similar box for $20.

    • Omg im glad i wasnt the only one that thought that!!!! I cannot believe those are 50$ each.

      • I agree. The $50 price tag must be a mistake. I wouldn’t pay more than $20 for either one of these boxes.

    • I felt the same way, so looked it up! For the cup of cheer box, the hot chocolate and marshmallows retail for about $12 on the Mother Wilma’s site. Crow Canyon is a wholesale company, but a set of those tumblers from that company would cost about $40 on Amazon and based on reviews, they’re prone to chipping and rusting within a year. Anyway, price wise, there’s your fifty dollars.
      For the Holiday Hostess box, the Illume demi tin candle is $10 on their site. The Biscotti is $11.95 on Marc J. Sievers e-commerce site. Linen and Ivory’s Merry and Bright tea towel is $14. Their site takes forever to load on both my iPad and my cell phone (actually still loading on my iPad), so I can’t see if it’s the same as the one in the box or a custom job. Either way, once you add individual shipping cost for each item, these items would cost more than $50 if bought separately.

      TL; DR: Yes, you’re getting what you pay for in both holiday boxes based on their retail prices.

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