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The 14 Best Candy Subscription Boxes of 2021

Best Candy Subscriptions

Who’s craving something sweet? That’s a silly question—isn’t everyone, always? If you’re like us and keep candy in your desk drawer, you’ll be particularly piqued by these candy subscription boxes! The sweet subscriptions you’ll find below check all the boxes: fruity, gummy, chocolate, baked goods, and even some that are paired with salty snacks so you can treat your taste buds.

Candy subscription boxes give you access to artisanal chocolates, international delicacies, and novel confections that aren’t otherwise accessible. There’s no better way to sample all of those strange Japanese Kit-Kat flavors you’ve heard so much about — and if you’re looking for something savory or salty to balance out the sweetness, you’ll find plenty of options to suit your taste.

These monthly candy boxes are just as perfect for sharing or gifting as they are for keeping all to yourself, so go ahead and explore our list, and we’ll leave the rest to you.

1. Universal Yums – Best Candy and Snack Subscription Box Overall

Universal Yums unpacked to show all snacks from the Australia box.

Image from our review.

The Cost: Yum Boxes start at $14 per month for 5-7 snacks. Subscribe here!

What You Get: We order candy subscription boxes to experience products we’d never find on our own. That’s where Universal Yums comes in; each month, their boxes feature snacks from a different country, along with a detailed booklet with trivia, recipes, and more. You’re not just snacking, you’re learning — at least, that’s what we keep telling ourselves.

You’ll explore how other countries snack while sampling amazing new flavors. Subscribers can choose from three different subscription tiers, so you’ll find a satisfying option even if you’re a heavy snacker (and we certainly fall into that category).

Universal Yums also has a thriving community online. That’s part of the fun — you can rate each snack, then see how your opinion stacks up with other subscribers. If you’re looking for variety, Universal Yums provides an adventurous culinary experience with plenty of surprises.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Universal Yum’s recent German snack box featured Marzipan bars, spring onion rings, and ketchup-flavored potato sticks. 

Check out our Universal Yums reviews for more info on subscribing. Ships to the United States (free) and Canada (price varies).

 

2. Candy Club – Best Pure Candy Subscription Box

Candy Club April 2019 review all candies

Image from our review.

The Cost: $29.99 for your first box of six 6-ounce cups, with special offers for first time subscribers. Subscribe here! Larger 13-ounce cups also available.

What You Get: Candy Club is all about satisfying your sweet tooth. Each box includes premium candies, chocolates, and “bites,” which fall somewhere in between (the cookie dough bites, for instance, feature a creamy cookie center in a chocolate coating). The products are carefully curated, but you can select your favorites to match your delivery to your preferences. Each box contains six cups; the Party Pack box features 13-ounce cups, while the Fun Pack features 6-ounce cups.
Since 2014, Candy Club has gradually established a retail presence — you’ll find their products in boutique stores across the United States. The subscription service is still the best way to sample their high-end confections.

Candy Club subscriptions make great gifts, and the boxes contain plenty of treats to share (if you’re in a sharing mood, that is). Individual candies are also available through the company’s website.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Candy Club’s specialty is melt-in-your mouth sugared gummies shaped like shoelaces, apples, and other delights.

Check out our Candy Club reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for $8.99.

 

3. Japan Crate Candy and Snack Subscription Box

Japan Crate February 2019 all snacks

Image from our review.

The Cost: An 18-20 item box starts at $49.95. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSADD3 to save $3 off your first box.

What You Get: Crate Joy’s Japan Crate aims to help subscribers “experience the excitement of Japan.” Crate Joy also offers a variety of boxes with toys, instant noodles, and other Japanese goodies, but if you’re looking for unconventional sweets, their Japan Crate is the best place to start. 

Each subscription box includes 10 items. Japan has a devoted candy culture, and you’ll find products that aren’t available anywhere else — including candies with unconventional flavors.

Premium crates are available with extra treats for serious snackers. The Japan Crate regularly receives stellar user reviews, and if you can’t afford a plane ticket to Tokyo, this candy subscription box is the next best thing.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Japan Crate promises selections that are (all caps!) “CRAZY & EXCLUSIVE.” They’re committed to variety, so you’ll find chews, gummies, waffles, candy bars, and just about everything else. Flavors can range from toffee to seaweed, so prepare for some adventurous eating.

Check out our Japan Crate reviews for more info on subscribing. Ships free worldwide.

 

4. SnackCrate Subscription Box

Snack Crate April 2019 - All The Goodies

Image from our review.

The Cost: Starting at $9.99 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

What You Get: SnackCrate is a monthly snack delivery service that sends up to 20+ full-sized products from all over the world. You can dive right in with a box of treats from Japan, Hawaii, England, Sweden, Canada, or nearly anywhere else. 

If you’re not sure where to start, the website has a brief quiz to match you to a box that’s appropriate to your tastes. Each subsequent month, SnackCrate will select a new country for you, gradually leading you through the weird, wild world of international snacks.

SnackCrates often include savory and salty foods, but you’ll find plenty of candies, chips, cookies, and other sweets. Every delivery is like a surprise party for your tastebuds — and the affordable pricing makes this one of the easiest recommendations on this list.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Sugary goodies include items like nutty candy bars, toffee, chocolate-covered biscuit cookies, pocky of various flavors, and more.

Check out our SnackCrate reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

 

5. Treats Monthly Snack Subscription

Treats subscription box

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The Cost: $14.95 for the Standard Pack and $25.95 for the Premium Pack. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code TAKE15 to save 15% off your first box.

What You Get: The Treats monthly snack subscription provides yet another way to sample unique snacks from around the world. Each box includes 4-5 goodies for standard subscribers and 8-10 for premium subscribers. 

Like most Cratejoy offerings, Treats is both affordable and expertly curated. You’ll receive a postcard and information about the country featured in each box — and unlike other boxes, you won’t have the option to choose a certain country or region. That means that each box is a complete surprise (though Treats does publish information about the upcoming box before it ships).

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Every Treats box is different, but the recent India box featured cookies, hard candies, chocolate, and more. Note: Treats boxes are pre-packaged, so if you have dietary restrictions, contact their customer support team to arrange substitutions.

Check out our Treats reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships free to the US, internationally for an additional charge.

 

6. Bokksu Japanese Candy Subscription Box

Bokksu August 2019 - Box All

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.95 per month, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Limited Time Only! Use code MSA10OFF to save 10% off on your first box!

What You Get: Bokksu is another Japanese candy box, but it’s slightly more refined than the other options we’ve discussed. 

In other words, if you’re not interested in eccentric candies and bizarre flavor combinations, Bokksu provides a nice alternative. Each monthly Bokksu box contains 20-25 artisanal Japanese snacks, a tea pairing to complement that month’s flavors, and a detailed tasting guide explaining each item’s story. You’ll still find the occasional sakura-flavored Kit-Kat, but most of the items are geared towards serious foodies.

The curators focus on high-quality sweets, chosen to reflect a monthly cultural theme. Past themes have focused on seasonal flavors, region-specific favorites, and holiday-inspired classics. 

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Previous candy subscription boxes have included Hokkaido milk cookies, Kyoto hand-ground matcha, strawberry Kit-Kats, and other authentic Japanese snacks.

Check out Bokksu Reviews for more info on subscribing. Ships worldwide for free.

 

7. Jackie’s Chocolate Subscription

Jackie's Chocolates

Image from our review.

The Cost: $29.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code WINTER10 to save 10% off your first box!

What You Get: Your monthly Jackie’s Chocolate subscription will provide you with a re-up of chocolate candies on a regular basis. Yum! Each half-pound box contains a spread of handmade artisan chocolates (you’ll find about 15 in there), in a variety of flavors and visually pleasing designs.

Sweet Surprise: The chocolate party might include nonpareils, nut clusters, peanut butter cups, ganache, white chocolate truffles, and more.

Check out our Jackie’s Chocolate reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for $7.95, excluding PO boxes.

 

8. Tokyo Treat Subscription Box

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Image from our review.

The Cost: Options start at $22.50 a month for 12 items. Subscribe here!

What You Get: Yes, it’s another box with authentic Japanese snacks — but this one is absolutely loaded with goodies.

The Classic Tokyo Treat subscription box includes 12 items, while the Premium box includes a whopping 17 items. If you love anime and/or candy culture, the premium box is worth the upgrade: In addition to full-size snacks and dagashi (small, inexpensive candies), the premium box features Japanese drinks, party packs, and anime snacks.

Every Tokyo Treat box is centered around a theme, and subscribers can earn points towards discounts and bonus items. If you love collecting unusual items, Tokyo Treat’s reward system certainly deserves a close look.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: You’ll find treats like strawberry-flavored potato chips, toasted caramel cookies shaped like fish, rice puff candies, and DIY goodie kits.

Check out our Tokyo Treat reviews for more info on subscribing. Ships worldwide for free.

 

9. MunchPak Subscription Box

Munch pak Best Candy Box

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The Cost: The Original MunchPak is $19.95 for 9+ snacks. Subscribe here!

What You Get: MunchPak has three subscription levels to choose from, and each box is filled with unique, yummy goodies from around the world. You’ll also get a travel guide with facts and information about the snacks you’ve received and the countries they came from.

Many MunchPaks focus on salty and savory goods, but you’ll typically find a few full-sized sweets in each box. While you can pay a bit more to personalize your box, we love being surprised — and MunchPak’s curators certainly keep us guessing.

The larger MunchPak subscription options are ideal for families, and all boxes feature free shipping in the United States. While these boxes are a bit more random than some of the other options on this list, MunchPak’s pricing makes for a great entry point for new subscription addicts. 

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Previous boxes have included PB&J croissants, nut clusters, and international versions of candy classics.

Check out MunchPak reviews for more info on subscribing. Ships worldwide and free to the US.

 

10. Sleek Treat Keto-Friendly Candy Subscription

The Cost: $14.99 per month for Mini, $34.99 per month for Signature, $39.99 per month for Signature Cold (snacks will be frozen prior to shipping and shipped with cold packs). Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code FOUNDER5 to save $5 off your first month on a monthly subscription!

What You Get: Live the sweet life without the sugar. Sleek Treat features an average of 7-9 chocolate bars, cookies, and candies without added sugars, ideal for meeting your health goals while indulging your sweet tooth. 

Many options are keto-friendly, and the curators clearly focus on providing gluten-free, health-conscious alternatives to junk food. Subscribers also receive information cards with recommended serving sizes and nutritional info. 

While Sleek Treat is a great health-conscious option, be sure to read the nutrition info carefully if you need to strictly control your diet. Some items may be temperature sensitive, but Sleek Treat offers cold-shipped options for those boxes.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Previous boxes have included low-sugar gummy fish, low-sugar lollipops, protein cookies, and chocolate keto bars. Sleek Treat occasionally includes salty and savory snacks.

Check out Sleek Treat reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

 

11. Foodstirs Bake-at-Home Subscription

Foodstirs baking supplies and ingredients from the December 2019 box.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $25.99 a box with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off on subscriptions & more!

What You Get: Prefer to bake your own goodies? The Foodstirs Baker’s Club offers themed, convenient recipes and ingredients in every box, ideal for expanding your cooking abilities. 

Each recipe is kid friendly, and the high-quality ingredients give you peace of mind as you snack. While the recipes have 25 to 50 percent less sugar than conventional baked goods, they’re even tastier than what you’d find at your local baker — and all Foodstirs subscription boxes feature sustainable, organic, and non-GMO ingredients.

Subscription Boxes May Include: Boxes have included ghost-shaped sugar cookies, snowflake brownies, rainbow pancakes, and an array of other recipes designed to bring fun and creativity to your family’s kitchen.

Check out our Foodstirs reviews for more info. Ships to the US.

 

12. Raaka First Nibs Chocolate Subscription Box

Raaka First Nibs 3-bar club.

Image via Raaka.

The Cost: $19.95 per month for 2 bars, $24.95 per month for 3 bars.  Subscribe here!

What You Get: Sometimes, you don’t want savory snacks from around the world, and you’re not interested in baking donuts in your home kitchen — you want good old chocolate, plain and simple.

Raaka‘s chocolate subscription box sends a monthly shipment of micro-batch chocolate bars. The candy flavors rotate every season, so every delivery is a surprise. With multiple subscription options, Raaka has something for every chocolate lover, and their boxes have considerable range. One important note: Some flavor options are geared towards adults (for instance, whiskey-inspired chocolates), so keep that in mind when ordering. 

Raaka is also a transparent trade company. That means you can find detailed sourcing information for each of their chocolate bars online.

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Every box includes chocolate bars — period. Flavors have included oat milk, pink sea salt, candied sweet potato, and bananas foster. 

Check out our Raaka First Nibs details page for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US. Shipping is free for all orders over $50, and costs a flat rate of $6.95 for orders under $50.

 

13. Ma-ka-rohn Macaron of the Month Club

Party pack from the Ma-ka-rohn subscription.

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The Cost: $24.99 per shipment for 12 pieces, $47.99 per shipment for 24 pieces, $69.99 per shipment for 35 pieces. Subscribe here!

What You Get: Ma-ka-rohn‘s Macaron of the Month Club sends you a colorful, delicious spread of homemade macarons for you to enjoy by yourself or with a friend! Choose to have your sweet treats delivered every 2 weeks or every 4 weeks, and head to their website to see what spectacular flavors are on the docket for the current month.

But what happens if you discover that you simply can’t live without one of the flavors you discover in the Macaron of the Month Club? You’re in luck! Ma-ka-rohn also offers excellently curated variety packs and, and you can even purchase single macarons. 

Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that Ma-ka-rohn offers 40, 70, and 160-piece macaron towers for your next party — no matter how big or small!

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Classics like Vanilla Buttercream, Pistachio, and Strawberry are paired with funky flavors like Mango Chili Lime, Jasmine Apricot, and Rose Raspberry.

Check out or Ma-ka-rohn Reviews page to learn more. Ships to the US including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, and most Air Force or military bases worldwide.

14. Japan Candy Box Subscription

Japan Candy Box Sakura Surprise Review April 2019 - All Products Group Shot Top

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The Cost: $24.90 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

What You Get: In contrast to the other Japanese candy boxes on our list, Japan Candy Box places a heavy emphasis on dagashi: cheap snacks and candies with colorful packaging, often associated in Japan with memories of childhood — and who couldn’t use a little taste of childhood now and then?

With a Japan Candy Box subscription, you’ll receive 10 handpicked Japanese sweets and savory snacks per month, and every month’s box is curated around a timely theme; recent themes include “Japanese Holiday Traditions,” “Winter Wonderland,” and “Sweet Valentine’s Surprise.”

A subscription to Japan Candy Box is the perfect way to discover new oishii (that’s delicious in Japanese) flavors, and enjoy some of the Japanese treats you already love!

Candy Subscription Boxes May Include: Keep an eye out for classics like senbei and green tea matcha flavored snacks, potato chips with flavors like bacon and asparagus or wagyu sukiyaki, DIY candy kits, anime-themed gummies, and plenty of exclusive Japanese Kit Kat flavors.

Check out our Japan Candy Box reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide for free.


Need more snacks and sweets to satisfy your cravings?

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Best Candy Subscriptions

Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

Comments (10)

  1. I really miss Orange Leaf; that was my favorite subscription box ever.

  2. I just bought the Super Yums Box.. Interested in Japan Crate but heard their shipping has been way off. Those macaroon cookies though.. I might have to. Also maybe candy club in the future.

    My husband loves sweets and food. Its a nice thing to do together. He’s happy and I can snag bites.

    • Coming from a sweet tooth household myself, I support your choices, Tiffany! 🙂

  3. Jackie’s looks interesting but way too hot for chocolate to ship. Also in reviews several mentions of sugar free but it doesn’t say it’s a sugar free sub so confusing. I miss Graze too.

    • Hey Kristin! Jackie’s isn’t exclusively sugar-free, but they do have an extensive sugar-free section (see link below). Graze was my first subscription box love, I’m in your camp, I miss it!

      https://jackieschocolate.com/collections/sugar-free

  4. Yummmm! Would love to win this giveaway but they are all crazy amazing and would love to win anyone of the 25 giveaways.

  5. This article might need to be updated. 🙂

    Sounds like Graze isn’t shipping to many places in the U.S. anymore and Chococurb is out of business.

    • Yes, I went to their website and nothing is available in the store. I think they were bought up by a big company; hoping they will start up again.

    • Graze: I relied on my fabulous Graze snacks to aid me in enduring long workdays, easy breakfasts-grabbing 1 Savoury + 1 Sweet pack &just any old time I had a Hangry episode. Tragically, I was informed they would be ending service to my area-Chattanooga, TN. I’ve still been saddened daily, missing my Graze! Wah!

    • Hey Mary! I’m way, way late to follow up on this, but we finally updated this list. Thanks for your comment!

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