This holiday season, give the gift that keeps on giving with a subscription box!
Subscription boxes are just as easy as sending an e-gift card and way more personal. They take care of all the logistics, so you can be sure that your gift will arrive on time each month at the doorstep of your loved one. It’s a unique and thoughtful way to celebrate a special person in your life!
Subscription box gifts can be customized to the recipient’s interests, and they keep on giving long after the initial gift is given. They’re also the perfect present for the person who has everything – they can be both practical and whimsical.
Here is our selection of the top subscription boxes for both giving and receiving!
The Best Subscription Box Gifts
Sign them up for a monthly flower delivery subscription from UrbanStems and bring a little joy into their lives with beautiful bouquets of fresh flowers.
MasterClass provides more than 100 online courses taught by the masters themselves, including bread baking with Apollonia Poilâne and gymnastics foundations with Simone Biles.
Winc’s wine club offers new and old favorites. You can complete Winc’s personalized palate quiz before placing your initial order for customized wine selections.
If their bathroom is full of the newest serums, cleansers, and moisturizers from brands like Paula’s Choice, Sunday Riley, and La-Roche Posay, they will love what Dermstore’s BeautyFIX subscription box sends each month.
Bespoke Post’s monthly gift boxes are carefully curated. For $45 a box, recipients can customize the box before it ships each month. Each box includes something you’ll use again and again, from an antipasti set to an heirloom weekender bag.
Rent the Runway monthly subscriptions start at $94 for four pieces. From essentials to gowns, it’s the perfect closet revamp. Why? Your giftee can buy something they like!
Brooklyn Candle Studio’s monthly candle subscription is a great gift for the person who has everything. Each shipment includes a seasonal candle and a matchbox so they can light up and enjoy it all month.
The Detox Market’s monthly box will please anyone who prefers clean, sustainable beauty items. Each three- or six-month bundle includes skin-care necessities.
Adopt An Olive Tree Gift Box and subscription is a gift that keeps on giving by supporting Italian farmers and providing excellent small-batch olive oil.
Indie States of America Every Mouth’s box contains goodies from throughout the country. The package features snacks, condiments, and more from a different region each month.
Shark Tank triumph story Doughp offers egg-free cookie dough subscriptions. Each month, subscribers receive two pints of cookie dough. The “secret” of this membership is that the flavors are a monthly surprise!
Candy Club will satisfy their monthly sugar craving with a rotating selection of six six-ounce candy cups.
For $35 a month, you can give someone the Brother Vellies Something Special box, which features a “comfort item” that is made in a sustainable and ethical way.
Each month, History By Mail Subscription sends detailed copies of historical documents, along with information about their context and cultural significance.
Get your bookworm buddy a Book of the Month membership. The service recommends five books monthly, and for $15 a month, you can buy a friend or loved one a new book.
Your recipient will receive a box of seven plays quarterly for $58 with the Broadway Book Club. The shipments will include new and classic Broadway Book Club plays.
Jiggy features the work of new female artists on its puzzles and gives a portion of each sale to those artists. Its Puzzle Club memberships can be given as gifts for 3, 6, or 12 months. Each box comes with a unique 500-piece puzzle with a beautiful design. Members also get access to new products before anyone else.
Cratejoy’s Adults & Crafts Crate is a tinkerer’s dream in one neat box, with a new skill or technique in every kit.
The Picture Book Club Subscription by YiLing Chen-Josephson is ideal for young readers. She reads hundreds of picture books a month and picks the ideal one for each subscriber.
Claire’s Cdrop provides two age-group subscription boxes. BitsyDrop sells hair accessories, jewelry, beauty sets, and toys for kids 3–8. The VibeyDrop, for ages 9 and up, has gloss, claw clips, and beaded necklaces.
Which subscription box gifts would you love to receive? Tell us in the comments!
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