What It’s Like to Subscribe to JourneeBox
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How JourneeBox Works
- START YOUR JOURNEE
Subscribe to JourneeBox for a quarterly tailored box full of 6+ ethically-made, sustainable luxury goods. With annual and quarterly billing options, JourneeBox has a plan for everyone.
- DESIGN YOUR JOURNEE
Subscribers have the option to tailor their items to fit their own unique style. Picking individual products, colors, or designs are just a few freedoms that customers enjoy.
- JOURNEE EASY
A Journee should never be stressful. With the option to cancel at any time or skip boxes, the JourneeBox subscription is designed to fit your life and inspire your love of travel!
Get billed $59.99 per box or $219.99 annually.
Free shipping on every box.
Boxes bought on an annual subscription will continue to be delivered until the subscription runs out, and your cancellation of an annual subscription will begin the next cycle. For quarterly subscribers, cancelations take effect as soon as the final box that has been paid for is shipped. For more questions regarding cancellations or address changes, feel free to reach out to the JourneeBox team directly at [email protected].
Subscribers can go to https://keviastyle.com/account to manage their subscription and edit their billing and shipping information.
JourneeBox Pros and Cons
- Ability to experience different destinations and cultures from the comfort of your home
- Opportunity to support a black woman owned business that advocates for environmental activism through sustainable goods
- Ethically sourced, beautifully curated goods and products from around the globe
- Due to COVID and worldwide shipping delays, the delivery of boxes has been varied
- Level of customization varies based on each box
- International orders cannot be placed directly online, you would need to reach out to customer service
What Else You Should Know About JourneeBox
The Kevia brand, a black woman-owned business, was founded in Portland, Oregon by Kevia Jeffrey-West in 2006. Her designs are inspired by her passions: the arts, travel, nature, and family. As a result of her first career as an environmental activist, she has found success in implementing sustainability practices in her fashion business.
Each JourneeBox contains goods from all over the world — and with their Fair Trade Agreement, customers don’t have to worry about the ethics behind the brand. JourneeBox promises that they will never rely on the use of child labor, inhumane conditions, or exploited workers.
The Kevia brand is carried by national retailers in over 21 countries. Kevia Jeffrey West’s jewelry has been worn by celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Blake Lively, and can be spotted on television shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and Gossip Girl.
Is JourneeBox Worth It?
JourneeBox offers the recipient not only beautifully sourced products, but also an experience. If you are looking for a unique gift, to gift a world traveler in your life, or to treat yourself, you’ll have access to rare, curated, and sustainable goods from around the globe.
How JourneeBox Compares to Other Brands
Journee VS Alltrue (formerly CAUSEBOX) : Both subscriptions focus on ethically sourced goods. The biggest difference is that JourneeBox has a direct to consumer business model, meaning they customize and design all of their products in-house, while Alltrue’s are sourced from sustainable companies they have partnered with. Pricing for subscriptions is comparable, with Alltrue boxes priced at $54.99 per quarter (or $49.99 per quarter under an annual subscription plan).
Journee VS GlobeIn: Both companies focus on ethically sourced goods through Fair Trade practices. GlobeIn includes background stories to the various artisans featured in their box, while all of JourneeBox’s products are designed in-house. Both companies allow shopping for individual goods outside of their subscription services as well. JourneeBox ships quarterly with free shipping on every box, while GlobeIn ships monthly with free shipping on only the first box.
Journee VS Anchor of Hope Box: Both companies curate subscription boxes with inclusions such as jewelry and home goods with an emphasis on helping women locally and globally through ethical fair trade practices. Anchor of Hope offers a monthly subscription, while JourneeBox is shipped quarterly. Anchor of Hope boxes only contain 3 products every month, while JourneeBox contains multiple products in excess of that, in addition to invitations for virtual experiences.