Saturday, June 20, 2015

Book Subscription Boxes: Main

What is a bookish subscription box you ask?
Let us first establish what a subscription box is

 "From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A subscription box is a package of retail products sent directly to a customer on a reoccurring basis. Subscription boxes are a marketing strategy and a method of product distribution. Subscription boxes are used by subscription based ecommerce businesses, referred to as "subcom" for short, which follow a subscription business model. They target a wide range of customers and cater to a variety of specific needs and interests. The subscription box industry is nascent, so there exists minimal data. It is estimated that there are 400 to 600 different kinds of subscription boxes in the United States alone and more overseas. Subscriptions vary in both cost and frequency, making them more accessible to a greater range of customers with different socioeconomic backgrounds. Subscription boxes tend to range from $10 to $100. The use of subscription boxes are rising in popularity among both consumers and businesses. Subscription commerce is suitable for a wide range of markets."
Now that we have a general idea of what a subscription box is let's just insert bookish goodies into those boxes and BAM a book subscription box!

These boxes seem to be getting more popular and I'm all for that. Sadly, my checking account is not. I know of about 8 or so and 5 of them I am subscribed to. (See why my checking account is not happy for them.) The few that I currently haven't tried out are The Bookworm Box, The Bookish Box, A Vintage Book Box.

Below are the ones that I have received boxes from in the past few months.
To Learn more about each of them and see what I have gotten with them click on the graphics. :)


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  1. I love book subscription boxes! I finally got on the list for Owl Crate and should be getting my first one soon. I get the Book Riot YA box, but honestly have not been impressed with the two boxes I have received so far. I get one more book subscription box, but the name is totally escaping me. I just received my first one earlier this week.

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