Subscription Gifts Holiday Guide: 2018
Disclaimer: “These products have been provided at no cost to me to facilitate this gift guide. All opinions expressed are my own, or that of the Consumer Queen team members.”
Sometimes it’s hard to shop for a certain loved one, whether it’s particular taste in gifts or just because of a lack of room for more stuff. Subscription gift boxes are so fun since they offer a gift now and more to arrive to “un-box” later on.
Often there are treats or smaller products included. You can find a gift subscription for so many interests now, from kids’ educational items to adult hobbies. Check out a few below!
FIT SNACK Box-
We love this subscription box, since it features healthy foods which aren’t your typical holiday snacks! If you have someone on your gift list with big health goals for the new year, the Fit Snack Box is a great gift. Or, order for yourself to keep healthy snacks in the house and try out new brands. $27.90 and lower (for longer subscriptions).
We are excited to include this unique gift idea for him. Golfing equipment and apparel is a great gift idea, but if you have a serious golfer in the family it may be hard to narrow down just what to get. SWINGER Box sends a selection of great product each month, so they do the choosing for you! If something (especially apparel) doesn’t quite fit, it can be sent back and replaced with no hassle. Even better, if you don’t quite know his size, just skip the “Player Profile” part of the setup and they can confirm before the first box ships. From $45
Fresh, Delicious Specialty Coffee// Whole bean coffee to preserve freshness// Different coffee every single month//
Roasted with love in Los Angeles, CA//FREE shipping on all orders in the United States.
Starting at $19.00 for the one month subscription, this makes a great gift for the coffee lover on your gift list!
If you have a runner or fitness buff in the family, the Runner Box is a great gift with a lot of goodies. I was impressed with how much was included. There were snacks, shoe laces, an activity watch band liner pack, a coupon for free socks, and more. This was the November box (pictured). As a runner I would be excited to get this gift in the mail! 🙂 They also offer a Cycle Box and Tri Box for triathletes. From $20 every two months. ~Princess Team review
We have been fans of Kiwi Crate for a while now. They have different subscriptions you can choose from depending upon your child’s age and interests. All are educational, so this makes an ideal gift for parents who are looking for non-screen related gifts, and also home-schoolers.
If you have a child interested in STEM this is a great way to let them practice skills and have a fun gift to keep when they are done with their project. Each crate contains items for (1) project and many require supervision. Prices vary. From the ones I have purchased or tried, adult supervision is needed. ~Princess Team
Brick Loot is a fun subscription box that features unique LEGO projects, and some add a science based project to brick building (think LEGO and other coordinating brick brands). Or,boxes may include accessory items or LEGO compatible products. Suggested age range 6-99, contains small parts and some sets may need adult assistance/supervision to assemble. We enjoyed trialing this box! $27.28 for 1 month, and lower for longer subscriptions.
We want to send a big thank you to these brands for including these great items for this guide. In case you missed it, check out the Holiday Gifts for Kids Guide!