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SinglesSwag May 2021 Box – Full Spoilers + 35% Off Coupon

SinglesSwag April 2021 Box Full Spoilers + 35% Off Coupon

SinglesSwag just released a new deal and it’s available now!

For a limited time, use code BRIGHT to get 35% off a month-to-month or prepaid multi-month subscription!

SinglesSwag is a subscription box designed exclusively for fabulous single women that features 5-8 full-size products each month.

We also have spoilers for the April 2021 box! Subscribers can expect to receive:

Want to snag this box? Here are all the details you’ll want to know first:

The Box: SinglesSwag

The Cost: $39.99 for the regular size (7-8 full-sized products) or $24.99 for the petite (4-5 full-sized products) + free US shipping.

COUPON: use code BRIGHT to get 35% off

The Products: Each box contains makeup, beauty, accessories, snacks, and other products to celebrate your independence. 

Check out our SinglesSwag reviews to learn more about this subscription box!

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Posted in SinglesSwag Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: singlesswag | 18 comments

Comments (18)

  1. They don’t sell this stuff at dollar tree. Ik bc I’m a manager there

  2. The face oil looks to be a vegan face oil that is sold at love goodly. It is a European brand from Lithuania. Anyone know anything about it?

  3. Thank you for the spoiler photo. A list of products would be very helpful, however, because it’s really hard to discern what all the products are.

    • Totally agree!

  4. I don’t recommend this box. It’s not worth the money even with the coupon.

  5. Are the spoilers for April what is in this box? It is hard to make out the items…

    • I was coming to ask the same thing, I can’t tell what most of the items are. A list of the products would be nice when it says full spoilers instead of just expecting that we can tell what all the items are in a very cluttered photo.

      • When this sub box releases spoilers, they never list out the items, they only provide a picture. I’m sure it’s just as hard for MSA to tell what the items are in the cluttered photo as it is for you.

  6. I like the variety of the products I think this box. I share the contents with my two girls. Lots of fun. And I am Chinese, proud to be !

  7. They are the same as
    Junk like dollar store stuff

    • They are under the same company, there are repeats between the two boxes.

    • That’s why those boxes have a 40 percent off code.

  8. This seems like a box full of junky products. I don’t think I recognize any of those brands.

    • I like the variety of the products. And I am Chinese, proud to be!

    • Excuse me,? Could you elaborate on “China junk”? Is it similar as “white trash”?

    • This is a rather insensitive comment. Lina, your ‘white trash’ comment was priceless.

    • Seriously Lina, you have to turn this into an issue about race? Stephanie was referring to her opinion of the quality of products made in China, while white trash is a derogatory term used for a person. Smh. By the way, I am Korean and proud to be.

    • No, “White trash” is not similar to “made in China junk”. “White trash” is a derogatory racial stereotype that targets people of a certain skin color and socioeconomic status (White and poor). “Made in China junk” is a commonly-held belief that inexpensive items mass-produced in the country of China are low quality and therefore inferior. It has nothing to do with Chinese people themselves; but rather a standard of quality in these imported goods that has been historically lacking. In many areas of production, some countries (such as China & India) have less stringent requirements/ standards than others (such as America).

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