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JourneeBox: Sample JourneeBox With “As Seen in JourneeBox” Bundles

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ByMSADec 16, 2021 | 11 comments

JourneeBox
4.2 overall rating
34 Ratings | 29 Reviews

JourneeBox has a deal for readers who have never tried their subscription!

If you want to try JourneeBox without committing to a subscription, you can now purchase individual bundles on their "As Seen in JourneeBox" page. From the brand:

All of these products were originally found in the box which is full of ethically made, sustainable luxury goods curated from destinations around the globe. For a limited time, these goods are being sold in specially priced bundles. Treat yourself or a loved one to one of these bundles, to enjoy the world’s treasures, one Journee at a time. Makes the perfect Christmas gift!

JourneeBox is a sustainable luxury lifestyle subscription box that is carefully curated by founder and designer Kevia Jeffrey-West. Each box has 6+ items inspired by travel, art and nature. Getting a box is like receiving gifts from a well-traveled friend. The bundles are different prices and include accessories, jewelry, snacks, stationary and more. Some bundles included are:

The Blue Bundle, $49 (valued at $226)


The Blue Bundle includes the following:

  • Blue Willow blanket scarf
  • Marble & gold blank greeting cards and envelopes
  • Gold & Blue Stone 5 Piece Necklace Set

The Mini Home Bundle, $39 (valued at $80)

The Mini Home Bundle includes the following:

  • 3 reusable and biodegradable Swedish dish cloths
  • Set of organic undyed cotton Kyoto Koi oven mitt & pot holder
  • Package of organic loose leaf English Breakfast Tea

The Teal Bundle, $39 (valued at $126)

The Teal Bundle includes the following:

  • Soft teal and gold scarf
  • Zip up pouch with gold detailing
  • Teal & Gold 5 Piece Earring Set

The Box: JourneeBox

The Cost:  Bundle prices vary; the subscription is $59.99 per quarter

The Products: Lifestyle items inspired by locations around the world.

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

Are you going to pick up one of these bundles for the holiday season?

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Launched in 2019, JourneeBox is a sustainable luxury lifestyle subscription box that is carefully curated by founder and designer Kevia Jeffrey-West. Each box has 6+ items inspired by travel, art and nature. Getting a box is like receiving gifts from a well-traveled friend. Subscribers are guaran... read more.

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11 comments

Kristin

Would have been nice if Leo addressed the very long delayed box. This customer service borderlines the horrific Oui Please and that is a definite insult.

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Carol

I would get the teal one if it had the necklaces instead of the earrings. I love teal, but I don’t like small earrings that much.

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JJ Casuals

Yep, it’s been a L O N G time since we heard anything about the “expedited” replacement Riviera box…

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Sherri

MSA – do you have any information about the upcoming box (the Riviera Maya box, which was formerly the Nottingham box)? And if not, are you able to get some status information for us since you seem to be in communication with them? There was a chocolate bar spoiler about a month ago I think, but the last real update we got was early November, and since then, total radio silence. I 100% get the supply chain issues, but it really doesn’t take much to communicate with subscribers, and that’s been very absent and very frustrating.

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Caroline

Hi Sherri,

The brand let us know that there will be more spoilers coming in the next 2 weeks! I’ll see if there’s any more info we can get for you in the meantime. Thanks!

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Mary L.

So it sounds like they definitely won’t be arriving for the holidays then.

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Parker

Since they buy all their stuff from China and brand it with their name I can understand the silence as they probably don’t know when it will get loaded off the ships.

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Kevia

Your post is factually inaccurate. Kyoto Box had 4 of 6 of the main items made in Kyoto, Japan from companies founded dating back to the 1930’s. We held two live from Kyoto workshops. If you had gotten the Box you would see that we label our items with country of origin as well as giving credit to the companies we support. Your remarks are disparaging the companies that made the goods for my Kyoto Box.
The Mexico Box items will primarily be made in Mexico. The Mexican cacao company we sourced for the chocolate bar, Ah Cacao, was recognized by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy as a socially responsible company for their nature conservation efforts and they work directly with farms that harvest cacao seeds used for chocolate production in their zero emissions, rooftop solar powered facility – in Mexico.
The raving reviews you refer to are due to the quality of our products. Having provided goods to some of the largest women’s lifestyle boxes in the US, I stand behind the high quality and value of my products. – Kevia Jeffrey-West

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Mary L.

Leo — Is there any update on the next box? Our last box arrived 6 months ago, and you mentioned in another post that chocolate bundles (which were to be offered as an add-on to the Riviera Maya box) would arrive by the holidays. I’m assuming that is no longer the case, but is there an ETA for when shipments will begin?

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Parker

Leo- perhaps for this box as manufacturing in Mexico is cheap but your other boxes are straight from Alibaba/Express. I find all your items in your boxes on there.

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Hello, I am happy to share that we import from all around the world. Each box normally has goods made in 2-3 countries due to our international supply chain. 90% of the Mexico box was made in Mexico. 5% made in the USA and 5% made in China by one of our vetted partners. We design the majority of our products, the rest are curated based on regional trends.

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