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How To Use A Subscription Box Program

Friday, August 22, 2014

Hello my Savvy Shoppers … I trust we are all in good health and have been trying our best to follow those new year Resolutions. Today, i would like to introduce to you Subscription Programs. Subscription Boxes are basically non- existent but if you are reading this it means you have done some form of Online Shopping . This post explains all you need to know about using a subscription Box.

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A Subscription Program is one which involves a certain amount of money being paid for products/services where one has the right to receive that product/service continuously. These programs are particularly popular in U.S, Canada and Europe , however thanks to the World Wide Web and a great Courier Company you are able to subscribe to any of these programs from anywhere in the world. These subscription programs feature products from Hair, Food , Make-Up , Jewelry and even Food! Today I will be using the popularBeautyBar as an example. Please bear in mind every program is different, however once you get the basic idea it will be a breeze.
Once you get to the page, select “Join Sample Society Now” it cost $15 + tax per month. From here you sign up by entering your e-mail address and your preferred password. It then prompts you to enter your shipping information. If you’ve signed up with a Courier Service , enter the U.S SHIPPING INFO. It then prompts you to make payment of $15 , from this point you are now able to Shop. For that $15 per month you will receive:
Eleventh Gorgeous Show off August Ipsy Box
  • 5 Delux Samples from brands like AlternaBy Terry and Dermalogica.
  • $15 Gift Code to Redeem on a purchase of $50 when any of the sample products are in your order
  • An exclusive mini-magazine
The great thing about these programs is that you get a chance to sample some of the top products before committing to making a big purchase. By doing this you get to decide whether or not you are willing to buy the product in full size.
Other Subscription Programs are: JustFabGlossy Box and Ipsy
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24 comments on "How To Use A Subscription Box Program"
  1. To be honest, I know nothing about this subscription boxprogram. I am not into online buying. Thanks for the detailed information, now I know what this subscription box program is all about.

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  2. I have never heard of a Subscription Box before so thanks for enlightening me. Not sure I will ever use but you never know. Might be a good idea for a gift for the nieces.

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  3. I really loved beauty boxes, we used to have quite a few in Indonesia but they all went out of business within a year (whatta bummer) because of our weird and non condusive regulations. So sad :(

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  4. I have never been part of such a program but I feel somehow optimistic about it, cause if you really get quality stuff, it makes sense you continue the service. I don't know if Eastern Europe qualifies for such programs?

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  5. I am not really into online shopping. But this subscription service will really make things easier for those who do.

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  6. Nice to know about subscription box. Is it similar to voxbox and influenster?

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  7. Good idea for time poor people who don't want to miss out. Not my cup of tea but a great idea none the less.

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  8. its like a personalized box full of items... good to know it's not really that expensive

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  9. I have never subscribed to one even though there are so many available in India. Cool tips dear. Will definitely subscribe to one now :)

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  10. I've read about the Birch Box but have signed up yet.

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  11. That is a very useful program! Testers are indeed very useful in helping decide which product you want to stick to in the long run!

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  12. I have always wanted to try one of these. I think I would like one that delivered sweet treats each month, LOL

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  13. We have this kind of subscription box too in the Philippines and items on the box are really adorable. the box is such a steal.

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  14. It's not here in the Philippines (as far as I know), I think in the US or Canada. Filipino business establishment don't bother to offer like this.

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  15. Subscription box is a good way to test out new products. You can order them as a part of sample boxes.

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  16. There are so many if them now that it is hard to keep up on the choices. I like Ipsy and Julep and a few others. Of course, another important thing is to kept track of cancellation deadlines.

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  17. Recently I saw many different subscription boxes. This is another one I know today.. =D

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  18. There are so many cool substriction boxes. I really wish I would be able to subscribe to some of them. The products are excellent and the prices are good too.

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  19. Hmmmm interesting. Will research more.

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  20. This is a wonderful opportunity to try out new products when we are apprehensive about them. Fun idea!

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  21. I've seen a few bloggers subscribing to a box whether beauty, clothes, food, etc. I haven't caught the bug yet and since I'm a thrift shopper, I might have to skip paying for something monthly. I'm too frugal to do that, just being transparent with you my friend :)

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  22. I just know this beauty box ,i won giveaway from a beauty box company before .well and i think the products on this beauty box are almost the same ,i am so excited

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  23. I rarely do online shopping. I don't want to get addicted hehehe but this is good information. Thanks.

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  24. YardieGirl11:03 PM

    I'm Jamaican and I got a subscription box from home with great Jamaican products. called Straight From Yard. Pretty cool! helps with homesickness

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