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The Office Box Fall 2022 Subscription Review

Carlos Lamborn
ByCarlos LambornOct 19, 2022 | 4 comments

The Office Box
4 overall rating
2 Ratings | 2 Reviews

The Office Box is a quarterly subscription box full of exclusive, officially licensed merch from the hit TV show. Inside, you'll find exclusive apparel, accessories, home goods, and more that you can’t get anywhere else for $39.99/quarter + shipping.

It’s hard to understate the phenomenon that was The Office when it was still being produced. If it is an indication as to the lasting effect it had on the fandom, the show ended in 2013 and this subscription box didn’t start until 2020. Fans – old and new – are still excited for The Office apparel and merchandise that this subscription provides in spades.

This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our editorial guidelines to learn more about how we review boxes.)

First Impressions


I review the DC Comics Worlds Finest Collection, which is also produced by CultureFly. I only mention it because I love how they create cool boxes. I don’t believe that is very common in subscription boxes and should be touted. This month's box features The Office and Dwight decorated for Halloween.

What's In The Box?

"Dwight Pumpkin" Halloween Sweater

This quarter's wearable features Dwight with a pumpkin on his head and the quote, "I mean, the pumpkin will rot off my head in a month or two ... right?" I like this sweatshirt, but would have much preferred it simply have been Dwight with his pumpkin head, like the art print (below). Lose the quote. If an Office quote is necessary, the one on the cereal bowl (below) is superior. It's reaches a broader audience. It's funny as is and The Office fans will have a deeper appreciation of it. The shirt itself is comfy, though, so I might wear it just for that.

Halloween Pam Tote Bag


Just in time for trick or treat night, here is a tote bag with Pam dressed as a cat. The office in the background looks a little spooky, too. I like the usefulness of a tote bag. I wish the whole thing was black, instead of just a block of it.

Dwight Pumpkin Cereal Bowl


We're a big cereal family. So this bowl and spoon will be a hit (or it will be something my kids fight over because there is only one.) The bowl has a wide mouth and narrow bottom. The outside features Dwight – pumpkin atop – with the quote "This year I decided to really get into the spirit of Halloween." (I told you this quote was more likable.) The inside of the bowl is bright orange and another image of Pumpkin head adorns the bottom. It comes with a spoon with a jack-o-lantern on the handle. I really like this item and think it will get a lot of use. Kind of a bummer that you can't use it in the microwave or dishwasher, but if you only use it for cereal, it shouldn't be a problem.

Halloween Kelly Candy Jar


The jar stands 4 inches tall, without the lid. It's decorated with colorful polka dots with the occasional image of Kelly dressed up as a ... clown? Not sure. They call it a candy jar, but it would make a great home for many things. It's very cute and I think it will end up in my daughter's room.

Halloween Art Prints Decorations


I could see these pinned up for Halloween, if you're the decorating type. The pumpkin head image is absolutely killer and I wish it was the one on the black sweatshirt. It's so good. My daughter, who is sitting on my lap as I write this, said she really likes the creature one and wanted everyone to know that. The creature one is 9 x 12 inches, and the pumpkin one is 8 x 9 inches.

Scranton Strangler Cosplay Mask

What's Halloween without a mask and spooky story? Dress up like the Scranton Strangler and strike fear into other partygoers. Dwight dressed up as the unseen murderer in the seventh season episode "Costume Contest." (Yes, I looked that up.) There is not much to the costume, just a soft black mask with a 'S' on the forehead. This, like many things in this fun box, will be going to the kiddos.

Costume Contest Cards (12 Cards)


If you're dressing up for a costume party this year, take these contests cards with you. There are 12 of these 3x5 cards. They are all for "Best Costume." Not sure if all them being the same is a reference to an episode, but I love the idea of going to party and handing these all out and having 12 people thinking they have the best costume.

Michael Scoot Epoxy Pin 


This quarter's pin is of Two-headed Michael. It features an illustration of the character, with his fake double on his shoulder. It's just over 1x2 inches and has two clasps. I like that it fits the theme in a straightforward manner and isn't heavy. Perfect for a fan's backpack or gym bag.


After two late boxes, The Office Box delivers a great Halloween box right on time. The Halloween episodes are some of the best of of the bunch and the costumes they come up with are great too. Although they relied heavily on the Pumpkinhead Dwight imagery, I think this box did very well giving subscribers useful and fun things with a great theme. I loved the cereal bowl, candy jar, decorations, and, yes, the sweatshirt. I only wish the last two were swapped. I liked the pin and "Best Costume" cards. I can take or leave the tote and mask, although the latter is already getting use with my kids. Overall, I thought this was a great box. I'm just going to say one last time that the items don't always need quotes. I know The Office has a million of them and they are classic, but some times I prefer the look of something over the specific reference. The sweatshirt is a perfect example. Still, this box was a home run for me. CultureFly does a great job of mining intellectual property for great ideas.

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Value - Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $39.99/quarter + shipping

For the quarterly cost of $39.99, each of the eight products has an average value of $5. Even with the few items I didn't care for, I think this box's value easily exceeds the cost. The real value of this box is that these are officially licensed, exclusive items. You can’t buy these items on a shelf and, if you could, it would cost you well over $40, in my opinion. If you are a The Office fan or you know someone who is, I suggest reading some of our reviews and seeing if you’d like to receive all this exclusive The Office merch.

To Wrap Up

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? If you subscribe today, your first box will be the Winter 2022 box.

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Carlos Lamborn
Carlos Lamborn
Carlos is a husband and father of two. He likes coffee, beer, camping, disc golf, a good box cutter, and the accomplishment of even the most menial home-owning task. Carlos is new to the world of subscription boxes and loves the wonderment of receiving them in the new mailbox he just spent all day installing.

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Maddie in PA

The best costume ballots were from the Halloween costume contest episode. Oscar ultimately won dressed as a “rational consumer” because he changed out of his costume and back into his street clothes because he was frustrated that his colleagues didn’t understand that the Scranton Area Coupon Book wasn’t *worth* $15,000 but claimed that it offered *savings* of up to $15,000.
Same episode that Sonya, below, rightly points out had Kelley dressed as Katy Perry. She and others voted for Oscar because they thought he was least likely to win.
Disappointed to see that the Michael Scott pin doesn’t look at all like Steve Carell.
Completely agree that the sweater/sweatshirt would be better without the text! This box is still too Dwight-centric for my tastes.

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Carlos Lamborn

Thanks for all the info. I agree about the pin, but don’t mind all the Dwight stuff this time around. Thanks for commenting.

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This looks great!! Kelly is dressed as Katy Perry 🙂 not a clown

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Carlos Lamborn

Thank you for correcting me and thank you for commenting.

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