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19 Best Chocolate of the Month Clubs and Subscriptions

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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we have but one question—is there anything more romantic than a chocolate of the month club? This list gives the lowdown on chocolate subscriptions of all sorts, so delve in for ways to treat your sweetie (and perhaps your own sweet tooth)!

Want to know what readers like you voted as their favorite boxes this year? Visit our Reader Voted Best Subscription Boxes page to see who won.

The Best Chocolate Subscription Boxes


1. Gourmet Chocolate of the Month Club

Cost: $40.95 + $14 shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The continental US.


What You Get: About 1 pound of handmade chocolates, crafted in small batches from world-class chocolatiers. Membership also includes detailed tasting notes, chocolatier profiles, and serving suggestions.

2. Chocolate of the Month Club

Cost: Starting at $39.95/month + free shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The continental US.


What You Get: 1 pound of gourmet chocolates hand-dipped by a renowned confectioner, an informational newsletter, and the option for a personalized note.


3. Godiva Chocolate of the Month Club

Cost: Starting at $65 for a 3-month subscription + free shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US.


What You Get: A selection of gourmet Godiva treats, ranging from chocolate bars to truffle flights, buttery biscuits to ganaches.

[Read our Godiva Chocolate of the Month Club reviews and the rest of the Food Subscription Box Directory.]

4. Harry & David Chocolate of the Month Club

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Cost: Starting at $99.99 for 3 months + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US and Canada. Additional shipping fees may apply for deliveries to US P.O. boxes, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.


What You Get: Gourmet chocolates and chocolate gifts such as Harry & David’s signature chocolate cherries, innovative treats like truffles flavored after classic cocktails, and decadent sea salt caramels.

5. German Chocolate Box

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Cost: $64.99/month for The Regulär Box, $129.99/month for The Größe Box, + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US and Canada, from Germany.


What You Get: A box of various chocolates shipped directly from Germany. The Regulär Box contains about 2 kg (4 pounds) of chocolate, featuring 10-15 different types. The Größe Box contains roughly 5 kg (11 pounds) of chocolate, including 20-30 different kinds.

6. Bar & Cocoa Club

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Cost: Starting at $39.92/month. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free.


What You Get: 4 bars of dark chocolate per month. Bar & Cocoa sends chocolate from “makers who practice ethical and direct trade, and support eco-conservation and sustainable farming.”

7. Chocolate of the Month Club

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Cost: Starting at $24.99/month + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: Most US locations.


What You Get: Choose the chocolate subscription that suits you, between Truffle Lovers, Milk Chocolate Lovers, Dark Chocolate Lovers, Vegan Chocolate Lovers, and simply Chocolate Lovers, which features samplings across all categories.

8. Fine Chocolate Club

Cost: $59.99/month + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US.


What You Get: 5 bars a month, from the finest makers of chocolate.

9. Cocoa Couriers Chocolate Tasting Club

Cocoa Couriers June 2017 Chocolate Subscription Box

Image from our review!

Cost: The Original Chocolate Box is $25/month for 3 bars, The Deluxe Chocolate Box is $35/month for 4 bars, and The Chocoholic Chocolate Box is $45/month for 5 bars. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free and Canada for an additional charge.

COUPON: Use code HELLO10 to save 10% off your first box! 

What You Get: A shipment of bean-to-bar chocolates from artisan chocolate makers around the globe. There is a focus on quality, fair trade ingredients and are options for vegan, dairy free, and nut free. Note that this box does not ship during warmer summer months of July and August.

[Check out all of our Cocoa Couriers reviews and more chocolate and sweets boxes in the Food Subscription Box Directory!]

10. Standard Cocoa

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Cost: Starting at $34.95/month. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free.


What You Get: 3 chocolate bars per month, from a different featured craft chocolate maker each time. You’ll also receive information about the maker’s story and inspiration.

11. Jacques Torres Chocolate All Year

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Cost: $595  for 1 year + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The contiguous US.


What You Get: 12 months of chocolate-themed indulgences each month of the year. The treats are pre-determined by month and able to be viewed on the Jacques Torres Chocolate All Year website.

12. Amazing Clubs Chocolate of the Month Club

Cost: Starting at $33.95/month for a 12-month subscription. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US and Canada for free.


What You Get: A monthly delivery of premium, handcrafted chocolates made with all-natural ingredients, made by the finest chocolatiers. A variety of flavors will be sent each month.

13. Vosges Chocolate Clubs

Cost: Starting at $180 for 3 months. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free, and Canada.


What You Get: Vosges Chocolate Club boxes “will introduce the lucky recipient to our classic and bestselling collections as well as some of the latest creations from our kitchen. Up to three collections will arrive monthly crafted with superior source ingredients in our Chicago kitchen. All truffle collections include guidebooks with truffle stories and tasting notes.” Boxes may include Truffles, Caramel Marshmallows, Peanut Butter Bonbons, seasonal and Limited Edition Collections. Vosges also offers a monthly subscription option for a number of the individual chocolates in their shop. Save 10% on your order when you subscribe.

14. Lake Champlain Chocolates

Cost: $130 for 3 months for the Chocolate Fanatics Club, and $190 for 3 months for the Chocolate Lovers Club, + shipping. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US.


What You Get: “Monthly shipments of fine Vermont-made chocolates, including luscious chocolate truffles, sea salt caramels wrapped in dark chocolate, macadamia nuts drenched in rich caramel and milk chocolate.” Note that this subscription pauses for the summer months of June, July, and August.

15. DeBrand Fine Chocolates Chocolate of the Month

Cost: Starting at $150 for 3 months. Sign up here!

Ships to: Worldwide. Free shipping to the continental US; shipping fees apply for deliveries to Alaska, Hawaii, and international locations.


What You Get: One chocolate gift per month. The treats are pre-determined and indicated on the DeBrand website, so you can strategize signing up to receive sweets you’re sure to love!

16. Mystery Chocolate Box

Cost: Starting at $56.95 for 3 months. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free—though a $2.50 shipping fee is added during warmer months that require cooling packaging.

COUPON: Use code subaddict to save $8 off your first box! 

What You Get: Three unmarked bars of chocolate (indicated as Bar A, Bar B, and Bar C on each wrapper), and a card that’s blank on one side so you can write down your notes or your guess, and a key on the other side so you can identify each bar after you’ve tried it. Two meals are donated to a charity per box sold.

17. Cococlectic

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Cost: $38/month. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free.


What You Get: Craft dark chocolate made in small batches by American chocolatiers. Each box includes single origin, handmade, individually wrapped dark chocolates that are considered to be rare finds. Note that Cococlectic does not ship in July or August.

18. Raaka First Nibs

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Cost: $19.95/month for 2 bars, $24.95/month for 3 bars. Gift subscriptions start at $75 (one-time payment) for 3 months. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US. Shipping is free for all orders over $50, and costs a flat rate of $6.95 for orders under $50.


What You Get: Micro-batch chocolate bars with novel and seasonal flavors. The 3-bar and gift subscriptions also include a Raaka classic collection bar. This is a transparent trade company, and you can find tons of information about what that means on their site.

19. The Mongers’ Chocolate Club Box

Cost: Starting at $135 for 3 months. Sign up here!

Ships to: The US for free. Free local pickup is also available for residents of Detroit or Ferndale, MI.


What You Get: A box of chocolates selected around a different theme each month. The first box you get will also include a chocolate journal so you can make notes of your journey!


Ready to put a chocolate delivery on rotation? Stop by the comments section to share which chocolate subscription you plan to try.

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 (26)

  1. Buyer Beware!!! I have had a lot of trouble with company Jackie’s Chocolates. I placed an order on December 21st for some truffles and though they have charged me I have yet to receive the chocolates and it is March 4th. I have contacted them 4 times and have yet to speak with anyone or hear back. From other reviews I have read I am not the first customer they have done this to. I wish I had seen those reviews before placing an order with Jackie’s Chocolates. Additionally, I have had to email them for my November, December, January, and February subscription boxes when they were late. I have yet to receive my February box and on my account page, it shows that it has not shipped yet. This business has been nothing but unprofessional and I highly advise you to think twice before ordering from them.

  2. I didn’t know there were so many! I would like to see some of the lower price points box’s reviewed (I think I saw a couple starting around $30)…Harry and David’s chocolate is delicious! Especially the truffles, I haven’t tried their subscription though. The German box looks fun too!

    • Thanks for reading through, Ashley, and thanks for your input!! Stay tuned!

  3. I’d also love to see more reviews, esp. of the ones that are on the lower price point (I’d love to spend $130/month on chocolate but that’s not happening lol).

    I also tried the MSA25 code for Jackie’s and it said it wasn’t valid.

  4. I would love to see the German one reviewed and really any others. There is quite a few different cookie subscriptions I would love to see reviewed as well. Yum yum!

    • Thanks for your input! Cookies—yum, good thinking, we should get on those.

  5. Chocolate is my absolute favorite food. But I only eat dark chocolate which has prevented me from subbing to any of these boxes.

    • I am right there with you, Cindy, I’m a dark chocolate gal, too. Bar & Cocoa and Cococlectic are both craft chocolate subscriptions that send exclusively dark chocolate!

  6. They’re not a sub box company but See’s chocolates remain my absolute favorite on the planet! The quality is simply fantastic.

    • Ooh yes, my grandparents have always brought See’s candy back from their trips to the beach. Yum!

    • Same here!! Sees is the best. These subs are ridiculously pricey

  7. I’m hungry now…for chocolate!!!

  8. Just fyi, Vegancuts offers a chocolate themed box each year. I just received this year’s box ($34.95 plus free shipping) and am really enjoying it! Lots of variety and delicious stuff. This is a one-time box and doesn’t start a subscription.

    • Ooh great intel, thanks for letting us know!

  9. I wish you would review some of these. I’ve noticed lately that the reviews often are beauty based. It would be nice to see more food or candy reviews

    • Thanks for your feedback, Carol! Are there any specific boxes you see on this list that you would like us to consider reviewing?

      • The German box would be interesting! Also, Godiva and Lake Champlain.

      • The chocolate of the month club looking interesting and the German one. Food and sweets are my favorite boxes because I can find things I normally wouldn’t find.

      • Or the Debrands, they are some of my favorite chocolate.

      • I’d love to see a newer review of Jackie’s. It looks like that was reviewed last in 2017, and I’m curious if the quality is the same.

      • Thanks for letting me know, Carol & Mary, I’ll bring your suggestions to the team!

      • I’d love to see a review of the German one!

  10. Mmmmm….chocolate.

    Would love to see reviews of some of these!

  11. I’m so happy to see DeBrands on here! DeBrands is my local chocolate shop in Fort Wayne, Indiana and it is SOOOO good!

    • Lucky you—I wish I lived near a chocolate shop as amazing-looking as DeBrands!

    • I used to travel to the Fort Wayne area for work quite often and we’d always try to hit up a DeBrands while we were there. Well one night our work dinner ran a little late and they had just closed the store by the time we walked over. We actually knocked on the door and begged the workers to open the doors again and we’d make it worth it. I’ve never spent so much on chocolate before in my life but it WAS well worth it for me too. They likely thought we were nuts…

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