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The Office Box Spring 2023 Subscription Review

Carlos Lamborn
ByCarlos LambornJul 2, 2023 | 5 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 $35.99/quarter + shipping (with an annual subscription) or $43.99 for a one-time box.

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 Dwight and Mose on a seesaw and is full of things from Schrute Farms.

What's In The Box?

"Dwight and Mose Seesaw" T-Sleeve Shirt


This quarter's wearable is a grey short-sleeved shirt with the same seesaw image from the front of the box. It has the quote, "Did you see Saw?" "Of course I seesaw. Mose and I seesaw all the time." There are a couple beets to fill out the image. On the back, there is a small Schrute Farms logo at the top. In my opinion, this subscription has a habit of just slapping a quote on everything. I know The Office is one of the most quotable shows of all time, but most times I would much prefer just an image or logo or something other than I bunch of words. In this case, I think this would have been a better shirt if the Schrute Farms logo on the back was big on the front and drop the seesaw stuff.

Schrute Farms Pillowcases


Come to bed, baby. I brought out the nice pillowcases. They measure 18 x 25 inches. They are soft and features all things Schrute Farms. Originally I thought it was just one, but I was pleasant surprised that it was a pair. That way your partner doesn't have to be jealous of yours.

Scrute Farms Throw Blanket


If the pillow covers weren't enough, snuggle up with this Schrute Farms throw. Red and black flannel look with Dwight and Mose silhouettes and, of course, beets. Otherwise, it's your typical throw blanket: soft, warm, and cozy. Great to cuddle with during an Office marathon.

Recyclops Glass Tumbler


A classic tumbler with an image and quote "God bless you, Recyclops and your cold, robot heart." This is from an Earth Day episode where Dwight creates an alter-ego called Recyclops. At first, he is well intentioned to help the Earth, but eventually becomes more and more unhinged. In other words: classic Dwight. I like the glass, but it is strange that it's the only item that isn't related to Schrute Farms.

Schrute Farms Soap Dispenser


If you want to showcase your fandom in all rooms in your house, this beet soap dispenser will look great next to any sink. It stands 7 inches tall. It has a nice Schrute Farms Bed and Breakfast logo. It looks like something the farm would sell in its gift shop and it would sell well.

Beets Motel Trucker Hat


This is exactly what I was talking about when I said a simple logo would be superior to another quote. This trucker hat is perfect, classic, cool. I'm not sure where "Beets Motel" fits in to the Schrute Farms stuff, but I like the look of this hat. This is the kind of stuff I want from this subscription.

Schrute Farm Mail Box Epoxy Pin 


This quarter's epoxy pin is the mail box at Schrute Farms. Just in case your friends don't notice your hat, shirt, soap dispenser, cup, or blanket. The pin measures 2-1/2 inches tall and has two clasps.

The Verdict

If you like Schrute Farms or just beets, you'll love this The Office Box. Obviously, my favorite item was the hat. It was exactly what I want from this box. I actually really dig the dispenser and pillow cases, although I'm certain my wife won't allow them anywhere in the house. The glass, pin, and shirt are nice, although the latter could be better. I like the throw a lot, because it's functional and not obvious. Overall, another great box from this subscription. Although they missed an opportunity to include Beet Headphones.

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Value - Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $39.99/quarter + shipping

For the quarterly cost of $35.99 (or $44.99 on the one-off box), each of the seven products has an average value of $5.14 (or $6.43 if the one-off box). 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 Spring 2023 box.

What do you think of The Office Box for Spring 2023? Be sure to click below to write a review.

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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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I would so take that shirt off your hands…I love Mose!

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Nice review. The Beets Motel came from the episode “Money” when Jim & Pam visited Schrute Farms. I loved this box because “Money” is my favorite episode and I love Dwight and the farm theme, unfortunately this will be my last box. The boxes do not ship quarterly like they are supposed to, they don’t keep you updated, and I can’t really afford the sub anymore.

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Carlos Lamborn

I agree that the maker of this box is erratic and sometimes that means getting the Summer box in Autumn. But at least it always shows up. Thanks for commenting.

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Nice review! I love this box and the quality and value of the items. As for the “Beets Motel” connection, Dwight decides to open a bed and breakfast on his farm, and Jim and Pam are curious enough to book a room. On the way to the farm, wondering what’s in store for them, Pam comments, “Beets Motel”, referring to the infamous Bates Motel.

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Carlos Lamborn

Thanks for the explanation. I like the hat even more now. Thanks for commenting.

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