I have to admit there are a lot of subscription services and boxes that provide great value for the high price tag. However, today, we’re going to take a look at some of these options that aren’t straining our bank accounts too much. So if you’re wondering what $10 or $20 can get you, check out the list below and see if you like any of these options.
LootCrate: $10 a month
In case you’re not familiar with them, LootCrate is a subscription box that delivers all sorts of wacky stuff from vinyl to toys to clothes. You fill out a questionnaire about your interests and are sent a box every month filled with things you will actually enjoy. I received my first LootCrate recently , so look out for a review of it soon.
Magnolia Record Club: $25 a month
If vinyl is your thing, then check out the vinyl records online subscription service that sends two LPs each month. You can choose vinyls from jazz, punk, soul, country, and more. They also have other subscription services for other vinyl genres that are only slightly more expensive at $27 a month.
Spotify: $10 a month
If you’re more vinyl and streaming, then Spotify might be the way to go for you. They have a free version or a $10-a-month subscription that gets rid of ads and allows offline playback on mobile devices. Plus they have all sorts of playlists and different genres to choose from.
Stitchfix: $25-50 a month
Stitchfix is an online personal styling service that starts with 5 items of clothing or accessories, and then you pick what you like and send back the rest . I tried it out myself and was very pleased with the results. If you want to be surprised every month and try things that would otherwise never catch your eye, this might be a great option for you.
Coffee subscription: $12 a month
If coffee is what you need every day to get your fix, then check out Blue Bottle Coffee or another coffee subscription company. They are slightly more expensive at $15 a month, but are known for sending great small-batch coffees to subscribers monthly.
Art of Tea: $10 a month
If tea is more your thing, then Art of Tea might be perfect for you. They have a great selection, and you can choose to receive a box every week, every other week, or once a month . If you prefer loose leaf teas, then check out their monthly subscription that sends three different types of loose leaf tea each month.
Blue Apron: $10 a meal
If cooking is your thing, then consider signing up for a meal-kits service like Blue Apron. You get fresh ingredients and recipes to make great meals in about 30 minutes. The price varies depending on what type of subscription you get (2 people or 4 people) but it’s roughly 50$ for three meals a week.
Dollar Shave Club: $5 a month
If shaving is more your thing, then try out Dollar Shave Club. The men’s grooming company delivers razors and other great products for only a few bucks a month. You can cancel anytime and get great deals on bulk orders of their most popular items.
Audible: $15 a month
If books are more appealing to you, then consider getting an Audible subscription . You get two credits per month and can exchange them for any book you want. Plus there’s a free 30-day trial and discounts on yearly subscriptions.
Amazon Prime: $99 a year
If all of these choices are too much, then Amazon Prime might be for you. You can get free 2-day shipping on millions of items and stream thousands of movies and TV shows with the Amazon video app. Plus there’s a bunch of other benefits like free photo storage and unlimited music streaming.
There are a lot of great subscription services and boxes you can choose from. From vinyl subscriptions to boxes filled with mystery items, there’s an option for everyone. I hope this article was helpful and gave you enough information to make an educated decision on your next subscription service.
Thank you for reading!