Check Out These Affordable Subscription Box Options
Have you seen the unboxing videos and want to unbox your own goodie- but the prices are just too much? Check out these options for affordable subscription boxes that might just fit the budget. I’ve listed my favorites in beauty, clothing and meal subscriptions.
Nadine West Clothing Subscription
If you have been wanting to try a clothing subscription service, but find the Stitch Fix prices to be way out of your budget, then check out Nadine West. Each month (or every 2 week if you want more) Nadine West sends a “pink bag” shipment of 6-10 shirts, bottoms, dresses and/or accessories. Like most clothing subscription companies- you only pay for what you want to keep. Prices range from $7.99-$49.99. The only upfront cost is $9.95 for shipping- which becomes a credit if you decide to keep any pieces. To see some of the items I have received and learn more about this subscription service, check out my Nadine West unboxing (or unbagging) videos.
Want to give Nadine West a try? Go HERE to receive $10 off your first order- what’s to lose?!
Allure Beauty Box
Allure magazine has been a leader in beauty for years, and now they have a subscription box of their own. The Allure Beauty Box is filled with full and trial-sized beauty products and tools. You will find high end and drug store favorites. This beauty box subscription comes once a month for $15. I like that each box has “coupons” for the items inside in case you fall in love with a product. I also appreciate the mix in brands and sizes as well, which you don’t always find in the “big box” store beauty boxes.
Want to give Allure Beauty Box a try? Go HERE to subscribe and get a Free new member bonus.
EveryPlate Meal Subscription
I will be honest, I have not yet received my first box from EveryPlate. However, I have bought a meal kit in the past and have researched- all.the.boxes! I was able to get a subscription for 4 people/3 meals a week that works out to about $3.23 a serving. WOW, there is no way that any of the other meal kit subscriptions can beat that. And from what I can tell, the recipes look easy and kid-friendly- which is one of the reason’s busy families want to try a meal subscription in the first place. So stay tuned to my Instagram stories for peeks into how my first box goes next week.
Want to give EveryPlate a try? Go HERE to start your subscription and receive $20 off your first order.
Have you tried other subscription boxes that are easy on the wallet? What are your faves?