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Liz Cadman
ByLiz CadmanSep 17, 2019 | 148 comments

Happy Rebel Fall 2019 Box SPoilers

Happy Rebel Box
4.1 overall rating
28 Ratings | 5 Reviews

We have full spoilers for the Fall Happy Rebel Box - thanks, Andrea and Erin, for the heads up!

Here are the 4 different options depending on what you picked as your spoiler items:

Mariposa Party Collection:

Mariposa Stemless Wine Glasses | Geometric Placemats (6) | Geometric Coasters (4) | Heart Wine Stones | Bling Magnetic Wine Charms | Gem Necklace Bottle Opener | Mermaid Circle Garland | Brushstroke Appetizer Plate | Brushstroke Dinner Napkins | YAY Mylar Balloon | Gold Confetti | Gold Straws | Gold Dipped Flatware

Saguaro Party Collection:

Saguaro Stemless Wine Glasses | Geometric Placemats (6) | Geometric Coasters (4) | Heart Wine Stones | Bling Magnetic Wine Charms | Gem Necklace Bottle Opener | Mermaid Circle Garland | Brushstroke Appetizer Plate | Brushstroke Dinner Napkins | YAY Mylar Balloon | Gold Confetti | Gold Straws | Gold Dipped Flatware

Cheers! Party Collection:

Cheers! Pint Glasses (4) | Geometric Placemats (6) | Geometric Coasters (4) | Pair of Polar Beer Cooling Pour Spouts | Admiral Bar Cart Cocktail Towel Set | Gem Necklace Bottle Opener | Gold Noir Patterned Garland | Brushstroke Appetizer Plates | Brushstroke Dinner Napkins | YAY Mylar Balloon | Gold Confetti | Gold Straws | Gold Dipped Flatware

Rose Gold Party Collection:

Dipped Crystal Highball Glasses (4) | Geometric Placemats (6) | Geometric Coasters (4) | Admiral Bar Cart Cocktail Towel Set | Gem Necklace Bottle Opener | Rose Gold Circle Garland | Sip Sip Hooray Appetizer Plates | Sip Sip Hooray Mylar Balloons | Rose Gold Confetti | Rose Gold Straws

What do you think of the spoilers?

More info on this box:

The Subscription Box: Happy Rebel Box

The Cost: $100 a quarter

The Products: Each box will contain 4-6 items that will vary box to box, so you will never receive the same types of items repeatedly. Each box could contain jewelry, fashion accessories, home decor, beauty products, as well as other various lifestyle items that fit the collection of the box as well as the Happy Rebel modern and edgy style.

Ships to: US

Check out my Happy Rebel Box reviews to learn more about this subscription box.

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Liz Cadman
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148 comments

amyr

Just got an email about a new owner. Johanna left a mess. It will take a lot plus discounts to entice me back to the box.

Johanna could be so snotty with me at times. Glad she is gone.

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Kathleen

If anyone would like to unload their “SIP SIP HOORAY” or “YAY” balloon set, let me know and maybe we could work something out! I’m on the swap site, so if you click on my name it should link to my swap page. Note, I’ve been inactive there for quite a while.

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Kate

Total let down. I don’t entertain but I was hoping for a piece of stunning jewelry (one might wear whilst entertaining)…not a beer opener….sigh….

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eljp92

Curiously, full spoilers posted 9/15 for Margot Elena’s beautiful box with forty something replies remains on the currrently trending posts list,, while Happy Rebel’s full spoilers two days later with 131 replies has been shuffled to the back burner.

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Nanci

Awhile back one of the Robb Vices reviews the reviewer actually said in her verdict “I know most people are disappointed with this month but I love it. I definitely feel I got my money worth” someone pointed out that the review clearly states that it was sent for free so no money was spent. That comment was up for about 10 minutes before swiftly being deleted lol

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Alyssa

I’m surprised it hasn’t been reviewed yet. They’re usually pretty quick to review the more popular boxes. I’m curious to see what they say.

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Julie

HR or margot elena? With HR I think the hold up is there’s no thesaurus good enough to.come up with pretty words for cheap 💩. And if the reviewer does praise the box the line between what consumers pay and the fact that reviewers get it free will be glaring.

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cindy

I noticed the same thing. Curious indeed.

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Nanci

I think Happy Rebel just destroyed her own business. I’m sorry but you said the same thing with the mystery box debacle about taking feedback into consideration as you look ahead. That means nothing when some people just spent 100.00 on pure junk. In my opinion Johanna needs to either issue refunds to everyone who bought this box or give them the Winter box at no cost.

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amyr

That won’t happen. I understand your opinion but then other potential customers would be upset.

This and that TIdy Up were (are) boxes of junk. The winter boxes are great though and this year’s fall box was great.

Happy Rebel either knocks it out of the park or send boxes of junk

I still have not forgotten the box of paper and a box of matches from the mystery gift a couple of year ago.

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Noelle

Oddly, I hated the Tidy Up box when I first received it, but it might be the most used box I have gotten so far. I dont wear the watch often, but the other 3 items get regular use. The paper bag things are great for organizing my office, I use the tray on my desk for pens, post-its, paper clips, etc., and the calendar is up on the wall.

I dont think this box will grow on me like that one did though.

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Alyssa

Thankfully I was able to swap my entire box for things I’ll actually use…but it just cost $23 at the cheapest option to ship. Ughhhhhh.

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Anna

In case you don’t know cubic priority is cheap option you pay by size not weight, check out pirate ship.

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Alyssa

I’d never heard of that! Good to know for the future. Thanks!

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Julie

Did you swap for the full RV or did you find a newfound love for the “Power your happy” book and tribe alive bags?

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Alyssa

I think I got around full retail value (as in, I feel like I got $100 worth of stuff in return, not whatever value HR gave this box).

The $23 shipping made it not feel as worth it, but I didn’t even want to look at that box contents anymore. Most of the items seemed to have been designed for a 12 year old girl…who drinks a lot of wine. I’m only sticking around hoping they’re so embarrassed that they make the next box AMAZING.

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NinaS

How did you do this?

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Alyssa

I listed the box as an item on MSA’s swap site

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Karen

Ok, I’m not sure what MSRPs these products have but I can confirm that I can source the rose gold box for the following prices:

4 Glasses $49.98 (wayfair)
Bar towels $16.99 (wayfair)
Wine opener $23.51 (Amazon)
Bottle opener necklace $12.61 (Amazon)
Coasters $14 (happy rebel)
Cakewalk party supplies: $36 (Happy Rebel)

Total: $140.48

Wow.

I would STRONGLY encourage Happy Rebel to offer an additional item in their winter box for anyone who also purchased this fall box to make up for this (similar to how JourneeBox adds something extra in their boxes for annual subscribers).

People just started to forget about how they felt cheated by Happy Rebel with their $50 mystery box debaucle a couple years ago. This box will inevitably remind people all over again, except this time we are feeling cheated out of $100.

I don’t really care what the MSRPs are for these items if they are all readily available for less at countless websites. Saying this a $250 dollar box is like saying a box that includes those 24k gold face masks is actually worth the $2500 absurd MSRP attached to those products, rather than the $29.99 price at which EVERYONE sells them.

If Happy Rebel doesn’t make up for this in an Identifiable, tangible way (I mean something more than just stating that they “are taking in the feedback as we look ahead in curating future boxes”) this box will be my last. To unapologetically just “look ahead” is not ok.

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Christians

Totally agree with this!! Well said.

Companies can claim whatever MSRP they want (especially if they’re doing it in coordination with one umbrella company for all the items) but buyers know cheap when we see it. $100 is a lot of money and we accept that we may not always like the theme or the items but we want to feel like we got at least $100 worth of quality. Esp comparing this box with Zoe Box of Style or Popsugar (or even Margot Elena at $50) and other boxes at that price point which most of us are familiar with.

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Sammy

Wow, this thread is something else. I can’t say that this was my favorite Happy Rebel box but I opened it before I went to this post because I like being surprised as I open my boxes and don’t like being influenced by MSA comments (which lets all be honest are usually negative, and I like being happy with my boxes lol).

I can’t say this has been my favorite box of HR, but I got the rose gold collection too, but instead chose the “placemats” lol that I will definitely use as trivets because I love the design and love how they fit together (which they actually do!). The glasses are just fab and I love them more in person than I thought I would.

I looked up the prices you quoted and found the same numbers. However I will point out that the items on Wayfair are listed at the same prices Happy Rebel has them listed for on their website, but are currently marked “on sale” with like a red tag and text that makes me think it’s a temporary mark down or something like that, but who knows. Many of their other listings show the “wayfiar” price which is lower than the regular price but not tagged as specifically on sale. I don’t think it’s fair to expect HR to chase sale prices that could come and go at any time. In fact I think I am going to get some more at this sale price, thanks to you calling it out! 🙂 Now why True would list their same items on Amazon at a lower price, I have no idea (yes it’s actually listed by True and not a 3rd party Amazon seller) and think that’s really weird, but fair to point out that they are available more cheaply elsewhere. I have actually noticed that in the past when shopping on Amazon so I guess a lot of companies do that.

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cindy

And to say the party packs were included as a “fun add on” implies they are considered extras not to be included in the overall value of the box. Not cool; maybe the winter box will be as good as last year’s…

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NinaS

Yeeeeessss!!!!!! Thank you!

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Et

Agreed.

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Joyce

All of these comments got me curious and I went out and looked at the reviews and wow the past boxes had some really nice stuff in them. I have never gotten this one before, but I see what you are saying.

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@HappyRebelBox

Hello all,

I would be happy to provide a comment to collectively address some of the questions that have arisen on this thread.

Pricing – We listed the items individually on our site at the MSRP price provided to us by True Brands. As others have already mentioned, this information can be confirmed via the True Brands website. It is our standard approach to list items at the MSRP pricing provided to us by our brand partners. Sometimes we tweak a bit to account for shipping costs since we ship every order free, but this time everything is pretty straight ahead. Our two Happy Rebel creations were priced based on our research of comparable items on the market.

Customer Service Concerns – Blog comments on a 3rd party site are not really an effective vehicle for us to address customer service requests. Customers should reach out to us via email. This can be done directly (get happy @ happy rebel box . com), by replying to any email ever received from us in the past (promotional emails, shipping notifications, etc), or via our online form.

Party Packs – We actually considered these to be more of a fun add on item to the rest of the pieces of the collection, but they are certainly getting the most attention. It is clear the party packs are not a popular item from this box and that has been noted. Of course our goal is to put together collections that we think the most number of members and potential new members will enjoy, so we have read all of the comments on this thread and are taking in the feedback as we look ahead in curating future boxes.

As always, we enjoy connecting with MSA readers and appreciate your feedback. Thank you for taking the time to share your comments with us.

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Christina

I get that, but a fun add on to what? There really was no single high quality item like the bags or even the fancy candles you’ve had in the past. I got the colored glasses and they didn’t seem to have that kind of quality.

I appreciate you accepting our feedback though and hope for better in the future.

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Nanci

You said the same thing when your mystery box debacle happened. That you were taking feedback into consideration moving ahead. I’m sorry but you can’t oopsy we will do better next time your way out of this disaster. You straight up scammed your customers on this box. I don’t think you will have many customers left if you don’t fix this.

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Del

More boxes like the winter box I missed out on 😭and I’ll never skip😁 but I understand that’s not always possible😪

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Ray

Wow, I am really glad I passed this season. The copper high ball glasses almost roped me back in, but glad I hated the place mats enough to sit it out. After such a knockout Summer (thanks Kiko!), this is definitely a low point for HR 🙁

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amyr

That Tidy Up one HR did was almost as bad as this.

Sometimes they have amazing boxes; other it is a box full of crap.

This one is worse than FFF.

I think Popsugar is my favorite sub box.

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NinaS

Random Question

Did anyone else get the crock screw without instructions?

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Christina

Yup, no instructions, AND no AC adapter like it said was included on the box. Did you get an adapter?

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NinaS

I did get an adapter. It was in the bottom of the box.

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cindy

It’s pretty telling that Johanna hasn’t responded to anyone’s comments; especially those who received the wrong glasses. Makes me think she is embarrassed about the “curation” of these boxes (I would be, too).

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Noelle

I’ve been thinking the same thing. There also hasn’t been an email with the reveal or any pics of the items on Instagram.

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Stephanie

OMgawd…. for all you ladies who received this box, I’m so sorry. This is a complete disaster. It makes FFF fall box look good. Heck even Trish Paytas’s box is a winner compared to this.

This box is the creme de la crap. Paper party favors…what the f

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amyr

So Trish Paytas has a real monthly box? I can’t stand her screeching voice so I do not watch her videos? Is it a bunch of cheap crap from China?

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Stephanie

It’s the cheapest of cheap crap from China….pink plastic see thru purse. Train wreck Look it up, her box is called Glitter Bitch

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Tamara

I just opened my box and opened the copper highball glasses to make sure they were ok. Every single one of them has chips in the copper plating and two of them have some kind of scratches or slight cracks in the glass. I tried to take pics but the reflective copper makes it really hard. Hopefully they’ll be enough to get replacements because those glasses are the only reason I bought the box – and there isn’t anything else that I really want in it.

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Ali

I am newer to this site, but some of these comments I see about the RVs are really surprising to me. All of these prices are verifiable on the True Brands website. Everybody was going crazy, so I looked them up myself. I posted a reply on another comment about brand pricing standards if anyone is interested in learning more about how they work (I know it is a topic a lot of people are, very understandably, not at all familiar with)… but HR pricing these items at MSRP should be…. expected? Considered completely normal? Whether you place the same personal value on them, or think the brand itself is overpriced, that is another story, but most likely the price HR sells their items at is out of their control. I mean if you like an item and want to buy more get them at Walmart for their lower price instead of from the brand directly/HR but it’s not like HR is doing anything wrong by following the brand MSRP…

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Christina

I’m not sure anyone knew all this stuff was bought from this True Brands website (how would we know that and how do you know that? I am curious). But, I just went there, and the paper napkins in my box are going for $3.99 while paper plates are going for $5.99, and the banner is like $9.99. So really I’m still not sure how this stuff adds up to $250. If there are somehow 20 paper/plastic products in here that add up to $250 I would be surprised but it still would not feel like a good value.

I think the problem that most people are expressing is that the box is basically a bunch of cheap paper party products which is not what any of us expected and is not consistent with what we are used to getting in past boxes.

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Ali

How did I find the True Brands website? I typed “Viski” into google and it was the first thing that popped up 🤷🏽‍♀️ Adding together the three lowest priced items in the box won’t get you to $250, hun. You would need to look up all of the items and add it together to determine the total… and no the box is not all paper products, there are other items in there as well? At this point I am wondering if you got an incomplete box?

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Joy

Thanks for that insight Johanna 😉

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Anna

I’m 💀

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Nanci

Yep. Either Johanna is Ali or she’s paying people to defend her. Happy Rebel sets their prices. Your claim that they can’t control their prices is absurd. Yes most of us firmly understand basic economics.

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Noelle

Depends on your definition of wrong. Ethically they are well aware that the total value of this box (as in what we would pay for these items) is well below the price of the box. I’m not even a person who cares about getting a deal, I just want to at least break even.

And dont worry, I have a solid understanding of economics.

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Ali

Haha how could they possibly anticipate the personal value each of their subscribers would apply to each one of the items in this box? It has nothing at all to do with economics, and everything to do with the legalities of brand pricing standards and contract law. My definition of wrong is accusing a company of gross ethics violations for simply following the rules. I am sure after seeing these comments they will be more careful to feature brands that do a better job of protecting their third party pricing online in the future.

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Nanci

I wonder what Johanna who owns Happy Rebel has to say for herself? What possible explanation is going to make this box acceptable? You messed up badly lady. This is a box of Party City clearance that is in no way worth what you are claiming.

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CJ

Paper plates…..I don’t think I’ve ever gotten that as the main item in a subscription box!

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Denice

Main item? Who would consider any of the party items the main item?

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LisaFalana

This box was a miss for me. I’m so glad I skipped!

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Marie

I was worried I messed up by skipping but now I am relieved that I skipped. I really liked the highball glasses but I have so many glasses already which is why I decided to skip.

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J

Hmm, I’m not sure that the girl who pays $82 for a set of 4 glasses is the kind of person who wears a $12 beer bottle opener necklace found at Walmart. The mats would be cool if they weren’t the size of a sheet of notebook paper and are therefore completely useless for their intended purpose. The towels are cute. The rest of it I’d expect to find in the Dollar Spot at Target. Not really edgy or classy.

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Lindsay

Ugh. After reading these reviews, at least I know it isn’t just me – this was my first box from HR, and I was super excited about it – WHAT A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT!!! The glasses are lovely, but everything else feels like junk. Not at all worth the money

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Kathy

I feel like the items fit a party theme, and they’re cohesive in that way + I feel like they DID deliver on the theme. But, this is not worth it for the $100 price point and none of these items’ style really fit in with what I expect from Happy Rebel.

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Rosemary

In order to not be negative, this is the comment that I agree with the most. The value reminds me of the worst of the Robb Vices boxes, but this box only costs $100. I also agree with the people who commented that previous boxes were outstanding (I really did wish that my budget included those HR boxes). I would be happy if this was an Ellen box (the last two were both shambles), but this is a royal disappointment for a HR box: shame on the curators for this box.

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Theresa

I received my box last night and I’m so disappointed. I got the Mariposa collection and didn’t even bother taking anything out of the packaging because I know I’ll never use any of it. It would be one thing if the items were quality, but the wine charms, heart stones and bottle opener all look super cheap. The one item I would use—the glasses—arrived broken. It wouldn’t be all that bad for a lesser-priced subscription box but for $100 I expect more, and I expect much more from Happy Rebel! Just blah.

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Christina

I should have done the same. I don’t feel good even swapping this stuff – it is all so low quality. No way I could ask the RV they claim for this. It’s probably all getting donated.

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Wyndie

I subscribed to the summer box, which I loved, so despite the placemats being a miss for me, I kept an open mind. Then when there was an option to swap for the wine opener, I went ahead and decided to keep the subscription. But I wish I had stopped myself.

The rose gold highball glasses are gorgeous, so I looked up the party items on their respective websites, which are owned by an umbrella company out of Seattle, that seemingly over values all of their products, but there isn’t anything on the sites or in the box I would pick to drop $100 on by choice for any reason, including the glasses and wine opener combo.

The summer box was such an incredible value, and the Kiko bag itself was worth the $100, so this quarter was a let down to say the least. Hard to believe the same group that curated the summer box also took responsibility for fall.

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Theresa

Totally agree!! I loved the summer box and the last winter box. Spring was so-so. But this box is so opposite what they’ve curated in the past, both in style and value.

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Erin

I received my box yesterday & truly HATE it! Cheap paper goods, ugly/ cheap bottle opener, placemats that are unusable with even my tiniest appetizer plates, since they’re so small, and my rose gold box didn’t even come with the cheap silverware & napkins. This box is in no way worth the price. I’ve never been so disappointed with a subscription box.

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Christina

It’s so awful. It makes me wonder if the “real” box fell through and this is something they pulled together last minute. I mean, who came up with the $252 RV? It is telling that they don’t break each item down by price. NO way this is worth even 40 bucks. I got the pink set and it’s just horrible. The glasses are not even glass, I don’t think (or if they are they sure look and feel like plastic).

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S

Are you talking about the Mariposa wine glasses? It doesn’t sound like you even opened the package. They are very clearly made of glass, not plastic, or even feel like plastic.

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JL

This box is all trash. I asked for the wine opener instead of the placemats and received the placemats; I asked for the “cheers” glasses and received the pink ones. E-mailed and was asked to provide proof of my requests. I responded and haven’t heard back since. And I agree with everyone — the party items are paper plates and (paper) straws. No clue what I’d do with them so they will be tossed (I can’t use for a birthday because the plates say “sip sip hooray”). Cancelling this box — huge miss for me.

As an aside not sure what kind of plate would work with the placemats — they are SO small. Sadly these will be tossed as well. They should’ve scrapped them altogether instead of putting them in the box — I just can’t see what purpose they would serve — they are that small.

HUGE fail on this box — probably the worst fail I’ve seen in any of my sub boxes in the 3 years I’ve been receiving them. Sad that I paid $100.00 for a box of garbage essentially. Ugh. Can’t even gift any of the items.

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Andrea

I think there was something wrong with the request form. I requested the green wine glasses. I wrote to them later about a different issue. I mentioned I had requested the green wine glasses. I was told I had actually requested the red glasses, but they would change it for me.

I received the green wine glasses and the electric bottle opener. I do like the box. The disposable items are high quality and look nicer than in the pictures. I think the heart shaped wine stones are cute. I’ll use most of the box at some point.

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Leslie

I received the wrong glasses as well. Going to email them now, but how do you prove your selection? Can’t find anywhere on my account that shows what I chose.

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LB

I’ve always gotten an automated email copy of my selections. Should be from “Google forms.” It says on there what you selection was.

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JL

If you can’t provide proof that you ordered a specific set they won’t do anything. I got the wrong ones and the option I was given is to ship them back (my cost) and pay for them to ship me the ones I ordered. And if they break during the return shipping it’s on you (they state they must be received in saleable condition). Basically you are stuck with them unless you can provide them with proof of your selection. Ugh. TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE.

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JL

It’s against the rules to post your e-mail address on here.

What a huge coincidence that you share the same name as the owner of HR. Or not.

Out of curiosity what on earth would you do with them? They are way too small for a nice table setting. Best use I can fathom for them is to burn them, but that would be bad for the environment (not sure landfill is the answer either, but those are my 2 options).

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