If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that quarantine is no fun. We should all be doing our part to social distance, which means staying at home and minimizing our contact with other people. But just because we’re stuck inside doesn’t mean we’re not allowed to have a little fun.
Want to bring some essentials and some entertainment right to your door? Here are 13 subscription boxes to help you get through quarantine.
Unless you want to use quarantine as an excuse to grow a huge, bushy beard, you might want to subscribe to Dollar Shave Club. After all, you’re going to want to look good for all those Instagram posts and Zoom meetings you’re having from home.
Featuring razors, face scrubs and other grooming essentials, Dollar Shave Club is the best way to save money on shaving supplies. It was good before the quarantine, and it will still be good when life gets back to normal.
Sign up now for a $5 free trial (the trial box alone will get you by for a couple of weeks). Once the trial is over, it costs $44 every two months to have all of the essentials auto-delivered to your door.
Even though you might be stuck indoors doesn’t mean you don’t want to dress in style. If you enjoy getting dolled up just to go get groceries, Stitch Fix is the subscription service for you. Based on your price range, style and size the expert stylists will curate a clothing subscription box just for you. You can try on all of your pieces before deciding if you want to keep them.
They offer free shipping, returns and exchanges. Items range from $25-$500, so this monthly box is really up to your budget and styling needs.
Are you struggling to keep up with your fitness routine while you are stuck at home? With Skye Sportswear’s monthly subscription box, you can bring your workout to you!
With over 17 different brands represented, you can create a custom box that fits your needs. From apparel to resistance bands to samples, this fitness box is great for crushing your fitness goals at home. There’s a separate box for men and women and you can add on a mask to both. Remember, this is a list of the best boxes for quarantine!
Use code Chattesource at check out for $8 off your first box.
Mind Wander is a subscription box designed specifically with women’s mental health in mind. Featuring products to help you set and achieve goals, boost happiness and decrease anxiety, this subscription is more relevant now than ever before.
Mind Wander subscription boxes will cost you about $40 per month, plus shipping. Or, you can sign up for the Mind Wander mini subscription for $19.99 per month.
Looking for new ways to keep your kids educated and entertained during quarantine? The KiwiCo subscription box is loaded with STEM activities.
You can choose your Kiwi crate boxes based on your child’s age and interest. From arts and crafts to science, engineering and geography projects, KiwiCo is a great way to get your child to learn new things. And they’ll just think they’re having fun on a monthly basis.
Prices range from $19.95 per month to $29.95 per month.
Like to unwind with a glass (or a bottle) of wine at the end of a long day? Winc may be exactly what you need to help you get through these tough times.
When you sign up for a Winc subscription you’ll need to answer a few questions about your preferences and palate. That way, they can send you wines you’ll be sure to enjoy.
With a regular wine subscription membership, you can get three bottles of wine for $39 per month (plus shipping). Or you can sign up for an Insider Access Membership for $59.95 per month.
Quarantine is no reason to abandon your beauty routine!
Birchbox is one of the best subscription services for your hair and skin if you love to experiment with new products. It’s also an awesome birthday present that keeps giving month after month.
For $10 per month, you can enjoy a selection of 4 to 5 sample products curated specifically for your skin type, skin tone, and hair type. It’s a great little pick me up, especially if you’re the adventurous type who’s always willing to try something new!
There’s no need to go to an escape room ever again, Escape the Crate brings the escape room concept right to your door!
This is the subscription box for you if you love figuring out riddles, cracking codes, and solving mysteries. It’s fun for the entire family, and it’s the perfect departure from the traditional game night of playing board games or video games.
Solving one puzzle in the crate leads to another, and so on and so on until you solve the mystery and “escape the crate.”
The cost to subscribe is $29.99 plus shipping for a bi-monthly crate delivery with a new mystery in each crate.
There’s no better way to keep the kiddos entertained than with some good books. Elephant Books is our favorite book subscription for kids that love to read and learn.
Elephant Books allows you to choose between paperboard books for children 0 to 2 or hardcover books for kids 2 to 6. A one-month subscription costs $20.99, and you can save even more by ordering a longer subscription package.
FabFitFun is a subscription box filled with fashion, beauty, fitness and wellness goodies mailed quarterly. This is a great subscription box to find new products. Most of the box is filled with full-size products and since it only comes a few times a year the products are much more seasonal. This subscription box is all about self-care and offers high-end products you can find at Sephora or other makeup retailers.
It is $49.99 once every 3 months and each new box is filled with products valued at over $200.
Barkbox is a subscription box for you guessed it, your dog! Subscription boxes start at $22 per box and every box is valued at over $40. From toys to treats to grooming products, every month there is a different theme. Barkbox is sure to make your furry friend happy every month.
No, we’re not talking about N95 medical masks … we’re talking good old fashioned beauty masks. When the quarantine is over, we’re all going to want to head out looking our best. And that’s what Mask Box is all about.
Facial masks have become a part of many people’s beauty product routines in recent months. And the more time we spend at home the more time we feel the need to pamper ourselves (just a little bit).
From full sheet masks to under-eye patches, you can select a beauty subscription box to match your skin type or suit a specific purpose, like anti-aging or hydration. Subscriptions range from $9.99 per month to $19.99, depending on the package you choose. This monthly subscription box will help you relax with the self-care you deserve!
Chicken and beef have been in short supply in a lot of grocery stores lately. (Maybe all of our vegan friends are onto something). But the meat lovers at Butcher Box are also onto something, delivering the freshest cuts of beef, pork, and other proteins straight to your door.
With a Butcher Box subscription, you can customize your own boxes or select from a variety of pre-packaged boxes full of different meats. They offer five different options at different price points so you can get exactly what you like and nothing you don’t.
There’s currently a waiting list to join the service, so sign up now!
What Are the Best Subscription Boxes for Quarantine?
No matter your age, gender or interest, there are subscription boxes out there for every family member.
And when you’re not allowed to leave the house, getting a package at your door might be all you need to bring a little smile to your face.
From monthly subscriptions filled with beauty products to a new book of the month to food subscription boxes, there’s something everyone! And if you really can’t decide what to get, there are hundreds of subscription boxes available on Cratejoy. From candy clubs to hair care to meal kits, you are bound to find a new favorite for yourself or the perfect gift for a friend. And the best part is normally you can get a discount on your first box!
Have fun finding the best subscription box!
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After 15 years in the fashion industry, this Philadelphia native ditched her corporate career to focus on writing full time. Jessica is a TV junkie, whiskey lover and true crime addict. She finds inspiration from Broadway musicals, Hitchcock films and The Beatles. She is happily married without children, which she credits as the reason for her professional success, youthful attitude and solid eight hours of sleep every night.view post