I’ve just updated this blog post on the most popular subscriptions boxes in America.
So, are you looking to sign up for a workout clothes subscription box, an activewear subscription box or maybe a meal plan subscription? Perhaps you’re looking for an easy anniversary, holiday or birthday gift to give someone you love.
In addition, maybe you’re a parent or spouse stuck at home looking for activities for your kids, family game night options or ideas for date night at home. Therefore, finding a family subscription box or a subscription box for families is high on your list.
On the other hand, you could be one of the nearly 42 million Americans that visited a subscription box website this year. Perhaps you were shopping for an experiential gift to give for the holidays and wanted to figure out the best and most popular subscription boxes to give. For example, perhaps you received one yourself and wanted to learn more about what a subscription box service can do for you.
What are subscription box services
Not familiar with the term subscription box? That is to say, you might be more familiar with these brand names instead.
These are all big players in the subscription box landscape. Additionally, these are also some of the most popular subscription boxes overall:
Basically, a subscription box is just like a magazine subscription. Except instead of getting a magazine on a regular basis, you receive whatever niche products the company is selling.
So, for example, with Blue Apron, you get a meal kit or meal plan subscription.
In addition, with Dollar Shave Club, well, you get a box of razor heads among other shaving accessories.
How Stitch Fix is different
Finally, Stitch Fix and similar companies like Stitch Fix, you get personal clothing from a women’s clothing stylist, a men’s clothing stylist or a stylist for children’s clothing. These all offer you a personal stylist online.
To clarify, Stitch Fix isn’t technically a subscription box. It’s an online personal styling service. You aren’t paying a monthly fee to get a box of clothes. It is much more personal than that.
Who signs up for subscription box services
The people who sign up for subscription box services are those looking for conveniences. According to McKinsey & Company researchers, subscribers are millennials and GenXers. Many live in urban areas and have good incomes. Sixty percent of them are women.
In addition, many already subscribe to streaming media services, such as Netflix. These folks are used to paying a monthly fee for a convenience or even a splurge.
Subscription services men vs women
For instance, while most subscription box users have only two subscriptions, more than one-third have three or more regular subscription services coming to their homes.
Interestingly, even though the lion’s share of subscribers are female (as mentioned above), men are the ones most likely to be getting multiple subscription boxes. McKinsey says 42 percent of men (compared with 28 percent of women) have three or more active subscriptions.
The subscription services I use
My husband and I are GenXers. Currently, we have many active subscriptions. These include subscription boxes like Dollar Shave Club, and online clothing personal stylists like Stitch Fix and Trunk Club. Again, the latter offering us that aforementioned personal stylist online.
Subscription streaming services
In fact, if you’re looking to cut the cord from cable, do what we did and sign up for Hulu Live. You can get all of your local channels along with hundreds of others On Demand. And you can add on specialty channels as well, such as Showtime or Starz (which we did to watch “Shameless,” “Dexter” and “Outlander”).
Hulu works great on a Smart TV, too. We watch Hulu on our Roku TV.
Other subscription services we use
We also subscribe to Second Nature (formerly Filter Easy), which sends us new home air filters each month. Yeah, not the sexiest of subscription services but practical as all get out. Now I always know that my house will have clean air because I remember to change my air filters regularly.
At home subscription boxes for couples and families
Subscription box services are more popular than ever. A great place to find a range of subscription boxes to consider is Cratejoy.
Cratejoy is a marketplace of thousands of subscription box options. You’ll find lots of popular categories of subscription boxes.
These categories include subscription boxes for women, subscription boxes for men and subscription boxes for kids. Within those categories are boxes for geeks and gamers, foodies and fitness fanatics, self care, cats and dogs and more. Also, you can find ideas for a subscription box for families.
Educational subscripton boxes for kids
For example, lots of parents are searching for activities at home to do with their children. These could be educational, to supplement home schooling, or entertaining, to keep the kids engaged.
Here are three educational boxes for kids to consider:
- Bitsbox offers monthly coding projects for kids
- Club Scikidz is a lab kit for aspiring scientists
- Genius Box provides STEM adventures
Board game subscription boxes
Another biggies with famlies: family board games night. While this used to be popular on weekend nights, now every night feels like a weekend night.
So more families are playing board games together. Therefore, board game subscription boxes have become super popular.
And it makes sense. With new games being delivered each month, parents don’t have to go out of their mind looking for games to keep themselves or their kids entertained.
Here are a few board game subscription boxes worth checking out:
- Escape Crate. These are escape room adventures you can do at home.
- Red Star Vintage sends you vintage games from your childhood so you can enjoy them with a new generation of board game lovers.
- Hunt a Killer is a Murder Mystery Box for adults and teens.
Date night subscription boxes
Finally, couples are still looking to have a date night, even if that date night has to be at home. Subscription boxes can help with this, too.
You can find subscription boxes for fun date nights at home. This could include cooking or cocktails date nights at home, a romantic dinner date night at home or adult games to play together. Hey, get your mind out of the gutter. Not those kinds of adult games.
Here are two to consider:
- American Cocktail Club helps you learn to become a mixologist at home.
- CHEFTRUNK not only sends chef-tested ingredients for you to enjoy using in a meal but also each box comes with a surprise gadget enclosed.
Most popular subscription box gift ideas
Now more than ever, giving a subscription box as a gift makes the most sense. The great thing about subscription boxes is there’s one out there for everyone.
For example, that could be your best friend, your parents or even your child’s teacher. Here are some subscription box gift ideas that you can use this year.
Gift ideas for your best friend
You may not have been able to see your bestie in person lately, but that doesn’t mean you can’t exchange gifts–from afar. I think these two could be a lot of fun.
- Deadbolt Mystery Society is a monthly box that provides mystery and puzzle solving fun. This is great if your bestie is looking to do a date night at home with their significant other or just family fun with their kids.
- The Bestie Box. If your BFF is in need of some self-care–and who isn’t these days–then she’ll love the pampering nature of The Bestie Box, which you can get for her through Cratejoy.
If none of these boxes ring true as gift ideas for your best friend, I’m sure you can find something within the 50-plus subscription boxes I’ve got listed below.
Most popular subscription boxes and services
The most popular of these services–with 55 percent of the market–fall under the category of curation subscriptions. Here is how McKinsey describes these services:
“Curation subscriptions seek to surprise and delight by providing new items or highly personalized experiences in categories such as apparel, beauty, and food.”
FYI, of the subscription boxes we receive, all but Netflix and Dollar Shave Club count as curation subscriptions. Yes, we delight in receiving new, unexpected items of clothing or meals to prepare.
Even though McKinsey found that a large portion of subscription box lovers live in urban areas, the truth is they live everywhere in the United States.
In fact, Empire Today, the flooring company, recently set out to determine where subscription box users live and which services are the most popular in each state.
Description of these popular subscription boxes
Before I get into the state-by-state list of state subscription boxes, here is an alphabetical list of the subscription boxes that have taken the top spot. I’m doing this for you and for me.
Because I love the notion of subscription boxes. I love using them for meal prep or to round out my wardrobe.
Maybe you’ve been looking for new subscription boxes to try. What better way to find new ones than to learn what your neighbors and fellow state residents might be getting.
I’d never heard of either of these companies. One sells LEGOs and other brick-related products. The other sells products that geeks and gamers love. Go figure!
Now onto the list of subscription box companies that are in the top spots, plus a brief description about them. After that, the state-by-state list so you can see what your friends and neighbors are subscribing to.
Top popular subscription boxes in alphabetical order
It’s important to note that the phrase subscription box has become kind of generic. And many of the companies mentioned below are not bona fide subscriptions, per se.
That is, they don’t charge you a monthly fee and automatically send you a box, whether you want it or not. You choose when you want to receive products, you pay a one-time fee with each shipment, such as a styling fee, and you pay for only the items you want to keep.
So keep that in mind as you read through this list. So, that being said, here are the 53 popular subscription boxes across the 50 states plus Washington, D.C.. listed in alphabetical order.
BarkBox is a monthly subscription service of toys, treats and a chew delivered to your doorstep! My dogs Oscar and Sadie have loved their subscription to Bark Box.
Our only challenge is when we received a few toys but both dogs decide they want the same new toy. I guess that’s a real first world dog problem, huh?
2. Basic Man
I’d never heard about Basic Man until writing this post, but I’m loving them so much. Each month, Basic Man sends a t-shirt, boxer-briefs and socks, for just $19.99. So it’s an underwear subscription box.
Therefore, that means, no more panicked, last-minute trips to the store when you’re out of underwear. On the one hand, you should be doing your laundry more regularly. On the other hand, let’s be honest–sometimes life gets in the way.
In addition, I might even say that Basic Man is mom approved. Why? Because you’ll always have clean underwear! You can sign up for Basic Man through Cratejoy.
Finally, the only downside for my husband? T-shirt sizes don’t come in tall. Therefore, if you’ve read my reviews of men’s online styling services, big and tall clothing is an issue my husband (and other tall men) face regularly with these subscription boxes.
Battlbox is a monthly subscription for hand-picked outdoor, survival, EDC (everyday carry), and other cool gear. It is a unique subscription box service that is marketed towards the avid outdoorsman, the hunter, the survivalist, or serviceman. Therefore, this is NOT your girlfriend’s box!
4. Birchbox/Birchbox Man
Birchbox is pretty much the original curation subscription box. It started almost 10 years ago when two beauty product lovers got together to share their love with other women who dig beauty samples.
Free beauty samples. It’s one of the reasons I love shopping at Sephora.com.
5. Blue Apron
Blue Apron is one of the original meal kit delivery services. Since Blue Apron recently partnered with Weight Watchers to offer lower calorie meal options, I’m interested in trying it out again.
Above all, my biggest concern when we first tried Blue Apron was the nutritional content of the meals. Even so, the meals we made with Blue Apron were some of the most delicious I’d ever served my family. Therefore, if you’re looking to level up your cooking, I would highly recommend Blue Apron.
6. Bespoke Post
Bespoke Post delivers fresh and interesting lifestyle brands and products to men. I hadn’t heard of Bespoke Post until my husband signed up for it. He was looking for a little treat to receive each month and Bespoke Post has not disappointed.
For instance, each month, he gets a limited-edition boxes filled with an array of products built around a central, unique theme. The products are high-quality and definitely unusual yet practical. In addition,, they’ve ranged from a lovely fountain pen to a gorgeous wool scarf to a handy pocketknife.
Finally, here’s an idea: why not give a Bespoke Post gift subscription to a man in your life? They’ll love the guy stuff that Bespoke Post sends, just like my husband does.
IPSY (mentioned below) recently acquired Boxycharm. Therefore, if you’re interested in a makeup and beauty product subscription service that sends full-size containers, I would recommend signing up for IPSY.
8. Brick Loot
Oh, wow, LEGO fans rejoice. Brick Loot is a subscription box for the ultimate LEGO and brick fans.
A nine-year-old boy from Chicago created Brick Loot. These days, when you sign up, you’ll receive a monthly box filled with custom LEGO kits, LEGO Minifigures and other brick-related items.
So, if you’re looking for a Chicago subscription box for a LEGO lover, there you go!
9. Bullymake Box
The Bullymake Box is geared towards dog owners that have powerful chewers. Importantly, it sends tough and durable toys for dogs.
All the toys are Made in the USA and come with a 14-day durability guarantee. Bullymake Box is available via Cratejoy, the subscription box marketplace.
However, if you’re looking for bully sticks, check out these two pet subscription boxes, also available through Cratejoy:
10. Butcher Box
ButcherBox is a popular source for meat. Its offerings include grass-fed & grass-finished beef, free-range organic chicken, and heritage-breed pork. Meat is delivered via subscription on a monthly or bi-monthly basis.
The company carefully curates the finest selection of cuts. ButcherBox makes it a breeze to choose your own meat based on what you plan to cook or eat in the coming weeks and days. It’s a great option if you’re eating Keto these days.
If you do decide to sign up for Butcher Box, make sure you do it through Rakuten. You’ll get $4 cash back on your purchase.
11. Candy Club
Got a sweet tooth? Then you’ll love Candy Club.
Candy Club delivers uniquely delicious, premium candies straight to your door every month! You can choose between sour candy and sweet candy.
In addition, there are candy subscriptions to suit every sweet tooth! Overall, there are four options. Finally, what’s really cool is there is even an nostalgia box of candy–something this GenX grownup loves.
Right now, Candy Club has a deal for you: Use Code SWEETFS to get free shipping on your first box.
12. Cat Lady Box
Crazy cat ladies rejoice: Cat Lady Box is a monthly box of unique and exclusive cat lady items. This could include cat-themed shirts, jewelry, home decor, accessories, art and more.
Of course, your cat will enjoy the box it all comes in. Cat in a box, right? You can sign up for Cat Lady Box through Cratejoy.
Hand-curated, socially conscious exclusives, Causebox delivers to you each season $200+ worth of products for only $49.95. You can expect to receive ethically made items that give back in one way or another.
Causebox categories include clothing, makeup, housewares, notecards and more.
14. Degusta Box US has gone out of business
UPDATE: Degusta Box closed down its US program in February 2019.
Degusta Box helps you discover new, special and innovative food products from well-known brands and other sources, all at a discounted price. According to the Degusta Box website, you can expect to get nine to 14 full-sized products each month. So Degusta Box is a curation food “surprise” subscription box.
Dinnerly markets itself as the most affordable meal delivery service on the market. Servings cost $4.99 per person.
My daughters in graduate school have both been using Dinnerly. Why? Because it’s a service that offers unfussy, affordable weeknight cooking.
16. Dollar Shave Club
We’ve been loyal customers of Dollar Shave Club for years now. We love that we get a monthly supply of high-quality razors for a low amount of money.
Yes, you really can get razors for just $1. We actually upgraded to, OMG, $2 per month for four razor heads. It’s way cheaper than what we could get at a traditional drugstore.
My college-aged daughter introduced me to FabFitFun, the quarterly, surprise, curated box. She loves it because FabFitFun sends her full-sized products, from a variety of categories, in one box. For instance, it’s like celebrating Christmas four times a year.
Here is how FabFitFun describes itself: “FabFitFun Box. Beauty, Wellness, Fitness, and Fashion finds for only $49.99.” In each box you’re likely to get at least one piece from each niche.
Right now, get a $10 discount off your First FabFitFun Box; Use Promo Code FAB10
You can access the Fanchest subscription box through Cratejoy. Fanchest is all about getting products from your favorite teams without having to leave the comfort of home.
Importantly, the company works with over 100 licensed vendors that manufacture the highest quality gear for teams from the NFL, NHL and various college teams. In additional, this ensures you aren’t getting knock offs. Finally, everything is perfectly packaged, shipped for free and delivered right to your door.
Now that I live in Steelers Country, I know plenty of fans that would love a Fanchest box of Steelers’ goodies!
Hollywood star Sarah Michelle Gellar is one of the co-founders of Foodstirs. It offers baking kits and mixes for sale online, by subscription. The kits contain only organic and non-GMO ingredients and are intended to be “kid-friendly” to prepare.
For someone who loves to bake, this sounds like an awesome subscription box service to sign up for. Want to save 10% on your first Foodstirs order? Just sign up for the Foodstirs newsletter and you’ll get 10% off.
Freshly is a fresh prepared meal delivery subscription box that seems perfect for busy families that want healthy meals to serve but don’t have the time for the shopping, meal prepping or cooking. In fact, this is how Freshly works.
First, you choose your meals from 30-plus options of all-natural dishes. Next, Freshly’s chefs then cook the meals for you and delivers it to you ready to go. Then, all you have to do is heat them up and serve to your family.
Right now, you can save big when you sign up for Freshly. Get $60 off when you use code LAUNCH60 at checkout.
21. Golden Tote has gone out of business
On the Golden Tote website, the company is explicit in explaining that it is not a subscription service. How it ended up in this list is a head scratcher. Rather, Golden Tote seems to be a place to shop online exclusive deals, during month-long sales, that keep your looks on trend for each season. You are working with an online stylist a la other, more traditional subscription boxes. So maybe that’s where the confusion lies.
Graze is a UK-based snack subscription service that delivers wholesome, delicious snacks right to your door. Every Graze box is made up of perfectly portioned snacks customized for each individual based on their taste preferences and dietary requirements.
For those living in the United Kingdom, you can even choose a theme for your Graze box, such as sweet, savory or protein packed. Graze uses wholesome ingredients, including those with no GMOs, no artificial flavors or colors, and 0 g trans-fat per serving.
Note: Graze used to be available in the U.S which is how it ended up on this list. But as of 2020, it is for those living in the UK only.
23. Green Chef
Green Chef describes itself as a healthy meal kit delivery service. You can design your meal planning to fit a paleo, keto or vegan lifestyle. I’m sure that’s a huge plus.
Another plus: Green Chef is a USDA certified organic company. “We work with farmers to source sustainable, delicious ingredients,” the website says. OK, I’m intrigued!
In addition, you can use this link to save $100 on your meal kit subscription with Green Chef.
Finally, I recently tried out Green Chef myself and wrote this revies of the meal kit service.
Harry’s started as a men’s shaving subscription service. These days it has grown into a full-blown men’s grooming company.
So in addition to getting razors on a regular basis, now men can also get body wash, face wash and, of course, shaving gel. Harry’s has a generous cashback option on Rakuten!
25. Hello Fresh
One of our family’s favorite meal kit delivery services is Hello Fresh. With this link you can get $40 off your first two boxes.
26. Home Chef
Home Chef makes home cooking easy. You get to choose from eight or more new chef-inspired recipes each week, with fresh ingredients delivered straight to your door. Delivery is free.
Each meal kit is perfectly measured so you can skip the grocery store, reduce waste, and go straight to cooking a delicious meal. Also, the Home Chef algorithm takes into consideration what you’ve ordered in the past so that it can customize your future menus to match your likes.
Right now, enjoy $60 off with Home Chef!
27. Honest Box
Actress Jessica Alba is the brains behind The Honest Company. And The Honest Company is the brand behind the Honest Box subscription program.
You can mix and match what comes in your Honest Box. Categories include personal care, cleaning and feminine care. Right now, if you use code DIAPER20 you can save 20% and get free shipping on your diaper and wipe subscription with the Honest box.
Ipsy is a beauty products-centric subscription box service with affiliated online services for sharing beauty tips and more. I treated myself to an Ipsy subsription a few years ago; it was the first makeup subscription service I’d ever tried and I loved it.
First, I woud recommend signing up for Ipsy. Then, make sure you choose the Glam Bag Plus. This gives you five full-sized beauty products. That’s $120-plus worth of beauty products for just $25 a month. Then, if you like what you get, you can buy more directly from Ipsy or your favorite beauty site, such as Sephora.
Kidpik is a monthly clothing box just for girls. Each month Kidpik’s stylists curate seven coordinated fashion pieces–clothing, accessories and shoes–giving your daughter three mix and match outfits.
For starters, clothing comes kids’ size 4 to kids’ size 16. Right now you can get 15% off your entire order with code KPS15A
FYI, if you’re looking for clothing styling service for daughters and sons, I would recommend you check out Stitch Fix Kids.
KitNipBox is a monthly subscription box of cat treats and cat toys. In addition, it carries other products for your cat or kitten! The website itself is quite adorable.
Not only does it show various cats enjoying their KitNipBox swag, but also there are plenty of kitties enjoying the box their toys and treats came in. I mean, you know how much cats love boxes!
31. Little Passports
Little Passports is a monthly education gift subscription for kids. It’s a way to introduce your child–or any child–to geography, science, world cultures, the arts and more with a monthly educational subscriptions box.
You can choose different subscriptions themes, including “Early Explorers,” “World Edition” and “USA Edition.”
32. Loot Crate
“No matter what you geek out about, Loot Crate has a monthly subscription box for you! Exclusive collectibles, apparel and gear delivered to your door.”
No wonder it’s one of the most popular subscription boxes among gamers and geek. I know a few Marvel and Harry Potter fans that would love Loot Crate!
- Rick and Morty
- Loot Crate
- Wizarding World
Finally, if you like to geek out but Loot Crate doesn’t sound quite right, check out Cratejoy, the subscription box marketplace, for the best subscription boxes for Harry Potter fans.
33. Love with Food
Discover new junk-free snacks every month and help fight childhood hunger. That’s what the Love with Food subscription box is all about.
Love with Food curates organic and all-natural snacks delivered to your doorstep. Then, the company helps contribute to causes that are working to end childhood hunger. In fact, since 2012, Love With Food has donated over 1 million meals!
34. Menlo Club
With a Menlo Club subscription, you’re sent a handful of men’s clothing pieces each month. You tell Menlo Club ahead of time your size and your likes and dislikes, and then you get the surprise package in the mail. Menlo Club cost just $30, plus we got a free pair of sunglasses with our first order.
35. Mostess Box
Here is how Mostess Box describes its subscription service: Mostess sends seasonally curated home decor and hosting items in one beautiful box. You can expect to receive your box four times a year.
The Mostess Box is perfect for gifting or to treat yourself. The boxes include full-sized products, recipes and styling tips.
36. Nadine West
Nadine West positions itself as a convenient, low-cost women’s clothing subscription service. Even with a low pricepoint, its customers love the outfits Nadine West sends them each month.
They rave about its quality on social media. So busy women looking to try out a styling service might want to get their feet wet with Nadine West. The women of Missouri love it!
Getting clothing from Nadine West is super easy.
- Take your Personalized Style Quiz
- Receive 4-6 Items Customized Just for You
- Keep Only Want You Want Send the Rest Back for Free.
Each month PawPack delivers the highest quality, fresh selections of all-natural treats and chews made with real meat and wholesome, grain-free ingredients. You can customize your PawPack subscription based on the size of your dog, with the small dog PawPack, medium dog PawPack and large dog PawPack.
38. PetBox has gone out of business
PetBox specializes in products for dogs and cats, and delivers the most exciting and innovative products right to your door. The company has a philanthropic side, too. Every month a portion of PetBox sales is donated to a deserving animal charity. For example, in November and December 10% of proceeds went to Tender Loving Canines Assistance Dogs to provide service dogs to veterans.
39. Plated has gone out of business
Plated delivers chef-designed recipes and seasonal ingredients to your door for dinners that are more convenient, more delicious, and just a little more perfect. Save up to $159–which is 25% off your first four weeks, now at Plated.com.
40. Popsugar Must Have
For $75 a quarter PopSugar Must Have delivers a seasonal box of high-end goodies worth $300+ from brands you love. In 2018 PopSugar Must Have partnered with Neiman-Marcus for the ultimate box of designer treats, including a convertible curling iron and a designer clutch.
PupBox is a pet subscription box geared towards new puppy owners. In addition to getting treats and toys for puppies, each PupBox includes content and information to help puppy owners understand their pup’s growth and development.
Here’s how PupBox describes its program:
Puppyhood is hard, PupBox makes it easier. They deliver a monthly box of toys, treats and training information new puppy owners need on a monthly basis. Each box is personalized, and changes each month based on your pups changing needs.
42. Purple Carrot
This meal kit delivery service, Purple Carrot, positions itself as plant-based meal delivery for those interested in a plant-based diet. Subscribers receive new plant-based recipes and pre-portioned ingredients delivered to their door each week.
43. Pusheen Box
Pusheen Box is a quarterly subscription box service that delivers a brand-new assortment of Pusheen product to you every season. Each box contains a selection of apparel, accessories, home goods, collectibles, and more with a total retail value over $100.
The site is somewhat secretive about what’s exactly in a Pusheen Box. However, from looking at the company’s social media feed, it seems to be items with a cute kitty cat on it. So I’m going to go out on a limb and say this is a subscription box for cat lovers.
44. Singles Swag
Here is Singles Swag subscription box’s tagline: A fun, stylish monthly surprise for amazing single women. Boxes include beauty products, snacks, a book and fashion accessories. Head over to the Singles Swag page on Cratejoy to learn more.
45. Snack Crate
With Snack Crate you get a monthly box of snacks from a different country. So one month you might be a variety of snack foods from Japan and the next from Mexico. You can choose from three different size of snack boxes.
There are plenty of Snack Crate-like services you can sign up for via Crate Joy.
How’s this for a best-dressed, dapper niche? Sprezza Box is a men’s subscription box, including ties, socks, pocket squares and more, delivered to your doorstep for just $25/mo.
47. Stitch Fix
Not familiar with Stitch Fix? Here is my honest review of what is Stitch Fix.
Stitch Fix offers clothing fashion styling services for women–including pregnant women and women who wear petite, regular and plus sizes–as well as men and kids. You can also add in Stitch Fix “Extras” into your clothing subscription.
What are extras? Bras, panties, socks, hosiery and more.
You’ll pay a $20 styling fee for each Fix; that $20 is credited towards any items you keep.
Keep in mind that Stitch Fix is not a subscription box. It offers clothing fashion styling services.
You can schedule Fixes according to your needs and keep only want you want. There is no monthly subscription fee.
48. Sun Basket
What sets Sun Basket apart from other meal kit delivery services is that its ingredients are USDA certified organic, making it an organic meal delivery. That’s a huge deal if you’re trying to eat clean.
My own daughters have friends who are vegetarian and vegan, and we made meals using our Sun Basket subscription. They were all super impressed.
49. Terra’s Kitchen
With Terra’s Kitchen you can choose from Paleo, gluten-free, low-calorie, vegan and vegetarian options. Even better Terra’s delicious menu is delivered in a reusable vessel.
The company will come get it the next day and reuse it about 100 times before disposing of it. So if you’re looking to decrease your carbon footprint while still enjoying meal kit delivery services, Terra’s Kitchen is a great option.
50. Trunk Club
Owned by Nordstrom Trunk Club is one of my favorite online styling companies that offers a subscription box. I give it high marks in this online stylist review post.
One of the benefits of it being a Nordstrom company is this: if you have a Nordstrom credit card and add it to your account, you won’t pay a styling fee.
Also, you can take clothing you’ve purchased through Trunk Club to Nordstrom for alterations, sometimes for free. In addition, you can use Trunk Club as your activewear subscription box by requesting an activewear or athleisure Trunk. Finally, Trunk Club includes brands you’ve come to know and love at Nordstrom like Caslon, Philanthropy and NYDJ.
Trunk Club finally is participating in Rakuten. So if you love shopping on Trunk Club and you love getting cash back for things you were going to buy anyway, make sure you sign up for Rakuten. Also, be sure to install the Rakuten browswer extension on Chrome so you never miss out.
51. Vine Oh!
Vine Oh! is one of the first subscription boxes to include wine and fun surprises for women on a quarterly basis. It’s a wine club or wine subscription box that arrives on your doorstep. So, I guess it’s always five o’clock when the Vine Oh! box arrives, am I right?
Right now, you can get $10 Off a quarterly Vine Oh! box. Each box contains 2 bottles of premium custom wine and 5-6 full-size products that are made up of rejuvenating products, delicious treats and fun unique gifts. Just $49.99. Valued at $120+! Enter promo code VineOhYay at checkout.
52. Watch Gang
While it sounds like Watch Gang is a subscription services that regularly sends you watches, it is so much more than that. Yes, you’ll get a new watch sent to you. But also as a subscriber, you get entered, on a regular basis, to win a super exclusive watch from a high-end watch brand. Use GET10 to save as a new subscriber.
53. Yoga Club
YogaClub is an athleticwear subscription box that styles you for up to 60% off retail prices. It was founded on the belief that great yoga wear shouldn’t have to cost your a fortune. I agree.
Since I’m doing more yoga these days–especially with the Peloton app that came with my Peloton bike–I could use more yoga gear. So I signed up for YogaClub, and I love the clothes I’ve received.
Most popular subscription boxes by state
When coming up with the most popular subscription boxes by state, the researchers looked at six segments of the subscription box business. Then they looked at how popular each was in the 50 states, plus Washington, D.C. This was all based on search volume. These six segments are:
- Subscription Boxes Overall
- Women’s Subscription Boxes
- Men’s Subscription Boxes
- Family Subscription Boxes
- Pet Subscription Boxes
- Meal Prep and Delivery Kit Boxes
Interested in shopping by most popular subscription boxes in the state where you live? Here is how it all breaks down, state by state, plus Washington, D.C.
Note: note every state will have six subscription boxes listed, below. That’s because some boxes rank first in overlapping categories.
Alabama’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Alaska’s Most Popular Boxes
Arizona’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Pusheen Box
- BoxyCharm. Since IPSY recently acquired BoxyCharm, I would recommend Arizona women sign up for IPSY instead.
Arkansas’s Most Popular Subscriptions
California’s Most Popular Boxes
- Honest Box. Right now, if you use code DIAPER20 you can save 20% and get free shipping on your diaper and wipe subscription with the Honest box.
- Menlo Club
Colorado’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Green Chef. Save $100 on Green Chef today.
- Yoga Club
- Sprezza Box . (Use code LEAH at checkout to save 10% on your first Sprezza Box and 10% for any other purchases on the website.)
- Home Chef
- Bark Box
Connecticut’s Most Popular Subscriptions
- Hello Fresh
- Sprezza Box (Use code LEAH at checkout to save 10% on your first Sprezza Box.)
- Bark Box
Delaware’s Most Popular Boxes
- Harry’s. (I wonder if it’s because Harry’s product are available at both Target.com and Walmart.com.)
- Stitch Fix
- Home Chef
- Bark Box
Florida’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Birchbox. Did you know that you can buy Birchbox products any time you want at Walgreens?
- Basic Man FYI, you can sign up for Basic Man through Cratejoy.
- Cat Lady Box
Georgia’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Hawaii’s Most Popular Boxes
Idaho’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Illinois’ Most Popular Subscriptions
Indiana’s Most Popular Boxes
Iowa’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Loot Crate
- Birchbox. FYI, did you know that you can buy Birchbox products any time you want at Walgreens?
- Bark Box
- Home Chef
Kansas’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Kentucky’s Most Popular Boxes
Louisiana’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Maine’s Most Popular Subscriptions
- Harry’s. Harry’s product are available at both Target.com and Walmart.com.
- Hello Fresh
- Bark Box
Maryland’s Most Popular Boxes
Massachusetts’ Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Sun Basket
- Singles Swag
- Harry’s. FYI, Harry’s product are available at both Target.com and Walmart.com.
Michigan’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Minnesota’s Most Popular Boxes
- Stitch Fix
- Sprezza Box. Use code LEAH at checkout to save 10% on your first Sprezza Box.
- Candy Club
Mississippi’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Missouri’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Montana’s Most Popular Boxes
Nebraska’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Stitch Fix
- Loot Crate
- Candy Club
- PupBox. Use code PUPPY50 at checkout to save 50% on your first PupBox shipment.
Nevada’s Most Popular Subscriptions
New Hampshire’s Most Popular Boxes
- Stitch Fix
- Loot Crate
- Hello Fresh
- PupBox. FYI, use code PUPPY50 at checkout to save 50% on your first PupBox shipment
New Jersey’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
New Mexico’s Most Popular Subscriptions
New York’s Most Popular Boxes
North Carolina’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
North Dakota’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Ohio’s Most Popular Boxes
Oklahoma’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Oregon’s Most Popular Subscriptions
Pennsylvania’s Most Popular Boxes
Rhode Island’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
- Harry’s. FYI, Harry’s product are available at both Target.com and Walmart.com
- Hello Fresh
South Carolina’s Most Popular Subscriptions
South Dakota’s Most Popular Boxes
Tennessee’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Texas’s Most Popular Subscriptions
- Basic Man. You can sign up for Basic Man through Cratejoy.
- Honest Box. Right now, if you use code DIAPER20 you can save 20% and get free shipping on your diaper and wipe subscription with the Honest box.
Utah’s Most Popular Boxes
- Sprezza Box. Use code LEAH at checkout to save 10% on your first Sprezza Box
- Candy Club
Vermont’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Virginia’s Most Popular Subscriptions
- Sprezza Box By the way, if you use code LEAH at checkout, you will save 10% on your first Sprezza Box.
Washington DC’s Most Popular Boxes
Washington State’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
West Virginia’s Most Popular Subscriptions
- Boxycharm. However, IPSY recently acquired Boxycharm. So, I would recommend signing up for IPSY.
- Loot Crate
Wisconsin’s Most Popular Boxes
Wyoming’s Most Popular Subscription Boxes
Final thoughts on most popular subscription boxes
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