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SugarlyBox Candy Subscription Box Review – November 2018

Sugarly December 2018

SugarlyBox is a new candy subscription box! You can choose to receive either 3 or 9 packs of candy each month in fun, brightly colored packaging.

This is a review of SugarlyBox 3-pack, $11.99 + $5.50 shipping.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Sugarly December 2018 open box

About Sugarly Box

The Subscription Box: SugarlyBox

The Cost: 3 candies per month is $11.99 + $5.50 shipping. 9 candies per month is $29.99 + $8.50 shipping.

The Products: “Premium candies and chocolates.” According to their FAQ

You will get 1 pound of candy in the 3-Pack SugarlyBox and 3 pounds of candy in the 9-Pack Sugarly Box.

Ships to: U.S. only

Sugarly November 2018 Review

Sugarly December 2018 candy

Let’s dive in!

Sugarly December 2018 raisins Sugarly December 2018 raisins chocolate detail

Milk Chocolate Raisins

I have yet to meet a chocolate raisin I don’t like. They remind me childhood in a really good way! The chocolate on these is delicious, and they were a guilty little treat for me a few afternoons this week.

Sugarly December 2018 green apple gummy rings Sugarly December 2018 green apple gummy ring detail

Gummy Apple Rings

These were a very soft gummy ring, which I much prefer to the super hard ones out there. The green apple flavor was mild, another plus for me because I do not like green apple. I shared these with some friends at work and while none of us hated them, they were not an amazing candy by any means. 

Sugarly December 2018 jelly beans Sugarly December 2018 jelly bean detail

Jelly Beans

I wasn’t looking forward to these until I realized they are Jelly Belly Jelly Beans. Ok, I am here for that! The folks at SugarlyBox appear to have even removed some of the more offensive and polarizing flavors (no licorice!). I enjoyed searching for my favorite flavors throughout the container and combining them for different “recipes”.

Verdict: SugarlyBox was a nice little treat for me this week. Although the apple rings were rather boring, I loved the chocolate raisins and jelly beans. Though the box is packaged beautifully, there is absolutely no real info included. While sometimes I enjoy being ignorant of nutritional values, especially when indulging my sweet tooth, it would be nice to have access to that info if I suddenly felt a wave of responsibility. I also feel that for a total of $17.49 (including shipping) this really wasn’t much candy. 

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Candies appear to be sent at random, so you’ll likely get a different mix if you subscribe now.

Value Breakdown: At $17.49 for this box on the month-to-month plan, you’re paying about $25.44 per pound of candy.

Check out all of our SugarlyBox reviews and find other candy boxes in the Sweets Subscription Box Directory!

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What do you think of SugarlyBox?

Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

Posted in Candy Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, SugarlyBox Reviews| Tags: sugarlybox | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. I think the FDA has laws in effect about selling bulk items and not labeling the source. I would not touch this subscription with a 10 foot pole. The items could be out of date, have been pulled from a large warehouse for infestation, or contamination.

    I think there is a lot of responsibility lacking in the company and in promoting this product through this site when it clearly lacks transparency as to origin and in most cases, the brand name.

    People have commented about this issue before now. The sub is about as sub- optimal as one gets. At least even the Oreo junk had clear and traceable origination if someone fell ill or just wanted to know where their “absinthe and coconut” or other patently absurd Oreo bag came from and WHEN THE PRODUCT EXPIRES.

  2. Looks yummy

  3. These prices see excessive to me.

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