Subscription boxes provide consumers with a surprise every month or every few months. It’s no wonder the trend caught on in the cannabis industry. While most subscription boxes don’t include cannabis flower or marijuana-infused products, these weed-based subscription boxes include tools, munchies, apparel, and other practical items in every box. If you’re thinking about getting your pot-smoking friend or yourself a gift, consider these cannabis subscription boxes.
1. Daily High Club
Daily High Club is an online headshop that sells bongs, dab rigs, accessories, and subscription boxes. Subscription boxes range from $1 per month to $29.99 per month. The $1 Natural Box gets you natural rolling papers, filters, a matchbook, and organic bee wick. The $9.99 Connoisseur Box features between seven and nine products to elevate your smoking experience. The $29.99 El Primo Box comes with unique glass pieces and tons of accessories. You can even purchase boxes that were sold in the past.
Hemper is an online headshop that also sells its own marijuana subscription box, The Hemper Box. In your $39.99 monthly subscription box, you receive a box filled with a curated glass piece, papers, wraps, and other stylish accouterments. If you’re looking for a monthly supply of weed-friendly gadgets and new items to streamline your cannabis consumption, consider Hemper’s subscription box.
Cannabox is an affordable marijuana subscription box that features six to eight accessories such as premium glass smoking pieces, rolling trays, snacks, and more. A one-month subscription plan runs you $28.83, while three-month and six-month plans offer slightly reduced pricing. There’s also free shipping on all U.S. orders. Past Cannabox themes include “Road Trip,” “Soda Shop,” “Mad High,” and “Up In Smoke.”
4. Lucky Box Club
While only meant for California consumers, Lucky Box Club is one of the only few subscription box companies that offer quality cannabis products including live resin cartridges, flower buds, tinctures, topicals, and other consumable marijuana products. After filling out a questionnaire, Lucky Box prepares a hand-crafted box featuring only products that you love.
Choose from the Classic Box subscription for $149 per month, featuring multiple flower eighths and branded accessories or an Executive Box subscription is $299 per month. Or streamline your purchase by subscribing to a Lucky specialty box. Choose a box that includes only flowers or only cartridges, from brands like Marley Natural.
The AuBox subscription service is reserved just for San Francisco residents, but it may be a sign of things to come. Medical patients in San Francisco can get a sleek and luxurious package full of local and premium marijuana products. A one-time box purchase is $150. You can also get a 3-month, 6-month, and one-year subscriptions. If you’re in San Francisco, it may be a good splurge to enjoy the best gummies, coffee, pre-rolls, and other innovative products the Bay Area has to offer.
6. Goody Box
Goody Box delivers a monthly selection of five to nine items including smoking essentials, novelty items, munchies, magazines, and more goodies for $29.98 per month plus free shipping. Each box is sure to have a smoking piece or a vape pen. The Top-Shelf box goes for $79.98 per month. Three and six-month plans are also available. Every Goody Box comes with a prize ticket inside for a monthly raffle where customers can win cash, electronics, gaming devices, and smoking gear.
7. Canadian High Club
Canadians rejoice with Canadian High Club, a subscription box service delivering weed accessories to the Great White North. Choose from the Pinner ($15.99), Hotbox ($55.99), or Chronic Cargo ($95.99) pack, the latter of which comes with a complete bong or dab rig every month. Purchase a single box or their three, six, or 12-month subscriptions.
8. Hippie Butler
Hippie Butler gives you the choice of multiple box types including The Party Favor for $1 per month featuring rolling papers, tips, and hemp wick or matches. The Rollers Club box ($15.99) caters to joint rollers. The Butler Box ($32.99) is their most popular choice. The Masters Club ($139.99) includes connoisseur-grade accessories. Finally, the Mod Sun Opulent Box ($799) features limited-edition collaboration products by Mod Sun and RooR.
SensiBox is the only subscription box that has a box for Him or Her. Choose from the SensiBox Original ($35 or less per month) with seven or more glass and weed accessories. Get their SensiLight ($20) with five cannabis essentials. The For Her boxes include eco-friendly and fair-trade jewelry, while the For Him boxes feature other cool weed gadgets.
For consumers not looking to get high, there’s HempleBox. HempleBox delivers a box full of CBD products like e-liquids, edibles, tinctures, capsules, creams, concentrates, and other CBD infusions, depending on your preference. Choose from their Deluxe ($249.99), Premium ($149.99), Standard ($99.99), or Lite ($49.99) monthly boxes.
Canndora is a cannabis subscription box geared for women that ships out three times a year, Holiday (November), Spring (March), and Summer (July). Annual subscriptions run you $300, while one seasonal subscription is $69.95. Past editions include the Summer HotBox featuring a vacuum-sealed nug jar, metal grinder, black with gold tip pre-rolled cones, a bamboo rolling tray, a $15 gift card to Canndora, and a smell-proof purse.
Allume curates seasonal boxes featuring five to eight marijuana lifestyle accessories such as nug jars, hemp seed oil, and chillums. While you can’t sign up for a subscription, you can order any of their four seasonal boxes. Their latest Chill Box ($49.99 CAD) featured a sleek ceramic snake pipe, organic hemp soap, terpene-infused filters, and other premium essentials.
There are plenty more marijuana subscription boxes to choose from, each with similar weed accessory offerings. Honorable mentions include the Puff Pack, PufferBox, Kush Cargo, and Lifted Ladies subscription box. These modern boxes can deliver new products or products that you consistently need. As cannabis legalization continues, more home delivery options will become available for cannabis consumers who value convenience and surprises.