Coffee, flowers, and wine are among the 10 Best Subscription Boxes to Give and Receive.
People typically give flowers as gifts when it comes to flora. Flowers are gorgeous and smell nice, but by the time they reach your giftee, they’re already half dead. Plants, on the other hand, make excellent gifts that can last for years if properly cared for. Horti makes it simple for someone to gradually transform their living space into a jungle.
Choose between pet-friendly and beginning plants (or Horti’s recommendation) and a simple terra-cotta pot or one with attractive painted accents. Each box contains one plant, a puck of potting soil, as well as care instructions. The plants are carefully wrapped to avoid harm in transit. There is a new rare plant subscription available.
KiwiCo Kiwi Crate for Kids
Younger children enjoy any random, plastic toy, but after a while, they end up in the pile of toys that go unused. We believe that a subscription box like this is a superior option for providing kids with exciting hands-on activities that they will love (and hopefully learn from!).
KiwiCo features boxes for five age groups, ranging from under two years to 14ish, and a variety of themes to pick from. You can choose from culinary, geography, engineering, and other subjects (see them all here—you can mix and match). Adrienne So, senior associate editor at WIRED, has seen her children construct anything from water cannons to kaleidoscopes; there was even a night-themed box where everything lit.
Goddess Provisions for Witches
A Goddess Provisions box contains five to seven things like crystals, miniature notebooks, teas, and other ritual equipment and decor for your witchy buddies. Everything in the package is vegan and cruelty-free. I subscribed for a few months and found the boxes to help me learn more about the metaphysical world, but even pros will enjoy a few boxes.
For the Adventurer
Traveling the world and learning about diverse cultures is a pipe dream that is not always attainable. For those who can’t jump on a plane at the drop of a hat, the Undiscovered Artisan Box provides a glimpse into a certain place through handmade goods delivered to their door. Subscribers can either choose or be surprised with five prizes every three months.
In the case of the Snacker Universal Yums Snack Box
Who doesn’t enjoy snacking on tasty sweets throughout the day in between meetings, errands, and big meals? Our favorite food box is the Universal Yums box. There are a few different packages to select from, and it includes food from a different nation each month, as well as a booklet with questions and activities about the country, so you can learn a little bit about it.
For Coffee Addicts
Nothing beats hearing my coffee pot sizzle from the kitchen as I get out of bed in the morning, knowing that a nice warm mug is just minutes away. If your giftee is constantly consuming caffeine or simply wants to break free from their Starbucks addiction. They should get a coffee subscription to broaden their horizons. Misto is great for gifts because there are nearly 500 different types of beans to choose from.
For Tea Lovers
If your giftee prefers tea to coffee, Sips By is a terrific subscription box at a reasonable price. Each box provides four different types of tea—about 16 cups per month. Pre-bagged teas or loose leaves and filters are available. In addition, each box includes instructions on how to properly steep each kind. If you don’t want to make flavor choices for your giftee, you can purchase a Sips By gift card for the number of boxes you would have sent otherwise.
For Book Lovers
Nothing beats browsing the aisles of a bookstore or library, but it’s not always practical in our hectic lives. If someone on your present list is always reading or has expressed a desire to read more, you can sign them up for a Book of the Month subscription.
Every month, five to seven new books are released. The initial subscription fee includes one book, however, customers can add additional books for an extra fee. If none of them pique their attention, or if they’re still reading the book from last month, they can skip a box at any moment.
For Beauty Addicts Laurel & Reed
If your giftee like beauty products, you’re in luck: there are more beauty boxes to choose from than you could attempt. Laurel and Reed make an excellent present because of the beautiful packaging; each box is tied with a bow. They normally come with three full-size products, so it’s not a bad value for the price—the beauty world is quite expensive.
Hunt a Killer is a true crime show for true crime fans.
My partner sent me a magazine on renowned murders because he saw it and said, “I like that stuff.” If you see killers and think of a loved one, allow them to play detective for real. Each case consists of six boxes distributed over six months. Every month, they’ll receive a box containing clues and case records such as police statements, and they’ll have to figure out how the dots connect. You can give them all six boxes, or just one or two, and see if they enjoy it enough to continue. Hunting a Killer is difficult, at times tedious, but it’s entertaining to play an FBI agent.