Subscription boxes give you a selection of goodies and products to your door every month, based on your preferences but also ideally encouraging you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new. With this in mind and cannabis legalization a full-fledged reality in many states, it’s not much of a surprise that weed subscription boxes are taking off in a big way.
But with plenty of options out there, it’s difficult to find the one that hits the right notes for you, whether you’re looking for something with actual weed in it or just one stocked with useful accessories. We’ve put together a list of 10 of the very best marijuana subscription box services out there to help you make your choice.
The Cannabox stoner box focuses on accessories and glass, but offers excellent value for money and some cool goodies in each month’s box. While there isn’t really much opportunity to tailor your boxes to your preferences (aside from choosing the Essentials or the standard box), the price is pretty low and the selection offered in each box is great. Each month’s box has a theme, such as “Baked,” “Road Trip” or “Level Up!” with the latter, for example, containing an 8-bit heart mini bong, a t-shirt, wraps and rolling papers, a pipe cleaner and a Clipper lighter. Each box has very similar contents – a glass piece, some gear, papers, an accessory and a Clipper – but the details (and style) vary each month. The Essentials box is similar but with a hand pipe (or similar) in place of the bong and less included all-round.
Affordable monthly weed box
Two levels of subscription available
Themed boxes to keep things fresh
Glass pieces in each box
Gear such as t-shirts or tote bags every month
Essentials like papers and lighters included
Ships to US, Canada, Guam, Australia, France, Ireland, Spain or UK
No weed included
Not much variety in terms of what’s included other than the themes
The monthly weed box from Hemper offer some important accessories and glass pieces delivered to your door each month. The standard Hemper Box costs $39.99, but has a retail value of over $100, with the September box containing a Hemper Volcano bong, a 14 mm bowl and quartz banger, a limited edition Krimsonite cleaner, alcohol swabs, unbleached cones, premium filter tips, a Clipper lighter, Twisted Hemp filter tips and a sticker. The Core box cuts this down to the basics, including lighters, filter tips, papers and rotating mystery items with a value of over $20, and the XL version adds tons of stuff, including an additional banger, 5 CBD cigarillos and a torch lighter and much more, with a retail value of over $200 per month. All the boxes are excellently presented, ship each month and are available outside the US with $20 extra for shipping.
Some great glass pieces in bigger boxes
All boxes contain essentials like papers and lighters
Save tons of money vs. retail value
Available basically anywhere (extra cost outside US)
Three subscription levels
Doesn’t include cannabis
No curation beyond choosing your level of subscription
SensiBox is a stoner box that offers smoking supplies and accessories, with themed boxes each month that ensures you don’t just end up with tons of generic gear. Each box contains 5 to 7 items, including one glass piece, some essentials (such as cones and lighters), hemp products, gear, munchies items and more. The designs are always cutesy and kind of cool, for instance the October box features an owl pipe, a little colorful pumpkin and a hemp carry case, in addition to a lighter, a pack of cones and more. The SensiLight box has separate themes each month but essentially offers a smaller selection of the same type of gear.
The Hippie Butler weed subscription box options aim to give you the essentials and themed items for smokers, dabbers and those who combine the two. The levels basically tailor the overall selection to people who like to roll, those who do both but have a preference, and people who want a bit of everything. It’s tailored to your preferences, so if you’re a roller, you can choose papers, wraps or both, and if you’re after the mid-range option you can choose between dry blends and concentrates, as well as whether you have the essentials already or want to jump right into the themed boxes. For the biggest box you can choose your preference between dry blend and concentrate (or choose both), but you’ll get higher-quality gear and a wider selection. In each box you’ll get a glass piece, general accessories (such as grinders and doob tubes), rolling equipment and much more.
Three subscription levels
Save tons of money vs. retail
Tailored to your preferences, for herb vs. concentrate especially
Themed boxes so you don’t get too many essentials
High-quality glass pieces in the bigger boxes in particular
The Stoney Babe Box is a women-focused weed subscription box with themes each month and with a focus on goods from small businesses owned by women. Although there is only one subscription level, you get great value for money, with 5 to 10 products in each for a total value ranging from $60 to $120. As an example theme, one box was the “Healer Box,” featuring a crystal pipe, tea light candle, a grinder, doob tube and a container for dabs. Although the specifics vary with each box, this is the standard type of selection you can expect, with a glass piece in addition to some excellent stoner accessories and general goodies thrown in.
The Daily High Club cannabis subscription box comes in three different tiers, but all of them are very affordable per month and come with excellent selections of gear. The simplest box is the Rawsentials, which basically offers rolling supplies from Raw, a sticker and a lighter each month. The Connoisseur V2 is very similar but adds more products (7 to 9 per month) and incorporates cleaning accessories and more. The El Primo is also good for wraps and papers, but you get glass each month too – for example, the current box has a World Peace bong/dab rig, with a 10 mm glass bowl and banger included. The last option is the best value for money, but in any case you get quite a lot of cool stuff to your door each month.
Three subscription tiers
Bongs/dab rigs included in top tier
Smoking supplies and accessories in every box
Excellent value for money
Ships worldwide (with extra fee)
Plenty of variety in each box
No personalization other than subscription level choice
4 – Do You Goody Box
The Do You Goody Box is available in several different forms: the OG Box ($27.98/month), the Top Shelf Smoking Gear Box ($79.98/month), the CBD Box ($59.98/month) and the Sugarly Box ($49.99/month).
The Do You Goody Box is really several options for a stoner box delivery in one, with two main options for cannabis users and a couple that would better be termed a CBD subscription box. The OG Box is the main offering, which provides a glass piece or vape each month, with a total of 5 to 9 items each month in line with the theme for the box, such as papers and wraps, lighters, grinders, accessories and more, with a total value of over $100.The Top Shelf Smoking Gear Box increases this to 7 to 13 items per month, with a “top shelf” glass piece and/or vape pen each month, with a generally higher quality of accessories and extras too, with a value of $150 to $275 (or more) per month, again in-keeping with the theme. The CBD boxes contain things like tinctures, creams and little edibles, and the sugary box is entirely edibles.
Multiple options for boxes
Excellent value for money
Glass piece and/or vape in every box for both THC options
Two CBD only boxes
Themed boxes each month
5 to 13 items per month depending on box choice
International shipping available
No personalization other than box choice
CBD included in some boxes, but no weed
Some boxes have additional shipping cost
3 – Lucky Box Club
The Lucky Box Club subscription box costs $117 a month, with some discounts if you sign up for multiple boxes at once, and you can also get the EdiBundle box for $89 a month (including taxes).
The Lucky Box Club subscription boxes are one of the weed subscription box companies that have actual bud in your box. As well as general accessories of the type you might find with other boxes, they also offer options for both THC and CBD in your box, as well as the option for whether you prefer pre-rolls, flower, vapes, concentrates or topicals. The idea is to have a fully personalized and individually-curated box, so you are encouraged to answer questions upon ordering, including your preferred strain type, how often you consume cannabis and whether you’re looking for relief from a specific issue through your smoking. There is also the EdiBundle box if you want THC and CBD edibles instead of smoking/vaping focused products. Due to the box containing cannabis, though, they are limited to serving northern California at present.
A true monthly weed box – with cannabis included!
Options for strains, types of products and more
Every box is personalized for you
Good value for money
Excellent selection of flower in the boxes and in-store
Fewer accessories than other boxes
Limited shipping locations for non-CBD boxes
2 – Monthleaf
Monthleaf boxes are priced at $100/month, with the Mini box available for $50/month.
Monthleaf is a weed box that comes with a mixture of accessories and cannabis products, which come from the partner dispensary. They have a selection of different boxes available, including the Puff Box (for smokers), the Edibles Box, a CBD Box, the Sampler Box (for a bit of everything) and the Mini Box. This alone gives you a lot of potential to tailor your box, but they also ask some questions to help with more personal curation, such as choosing sativa, indica or both, what you want from weed (creativity, relaxation or to be active), the types of accessories you want (bowls, pipes and bongs, rolling accessories, grinders or kitchen gadgets and cookbooks) and whether you want to get vape cartridges. In an average Puff box, you can expect 4 to 6 strains from a dispensary (loose flower, prerolls or cartridges), some cannabis accessory and coupons and discounts for local stores. They currently only ship to northern California.
NuggClub offers a weed subscription box that gives you hand-chosen, personalized strains each month and cool little extras to top off the selection. When you sign up, you have to pick two or more product types from flower, vapes, prerolls and edibles, and two strains from indica, sativa and hybrids. When you’ve done this, you fill in your payment details and the NuggClub team gets working on picking your strains and extras. You can expect over $225 in value each month, with strains from top brands such as Alien Labs, Tradecraft Farms, Stone Road and many others, and generally an excellent selection for your preferences. You can also get things like lighters, papers, oils, vape pens and more, depending on your choices.
An actual cannabis subscription box
Great personalization with hand-chosen strains
Excellent value for money
Wide variety of strains
Extras included in each box, and you can add items of your choice
Only available in California
No glass – only basic gear
Guide to Buying the Best Weed Subscription Boxes
Weed subscription boxes are a fairly new concept, so it’s understandable to have some questions about what they are and how they work. If you’re familiar with subscription boxes for other things like e-liquids or the various nerd culture boxes out there, you’ll understand the basic concept: but how does it work for weed? Why would you buy a weed box instead of just heading to a dispensary? Here’s a look at a few of the most common questions people have.
How Do Weed Subscription Boxes Work?
Weed subscription boxes tend to work like most other subscription boxes, often having a lot in common with vaping subscription boxes in particular. The basic premise is that you choose a “level” of subscription (generally reflecting the type and quantity of goodies you will receive), sign up for a monthly box (you can pay monthly but most companies offer other options) and then receive a selection of items to keep and use each month. The idea for many boxes is that the contents reflect what you like and are interested in receiving, so you can usually either choose a box tailored for a type of item or enter some preferences in when you sign up.
The cannabis boxes arrive once a month until you cancel your subscription, which you can generally do anytime, with most companies also offering the option to pause your subscription and re-start it later as well.
Do You Get Actual Cannabis Delivered?
In many cases, the monthly weed box won’t actually contain cannabis, but accessories you can use with cannabis you purchased elsewhere. However, there are several services – including Nugg Club, Lucky Box Club and Flowsent – which do send strains of cannabis every month. If this is the case, you usually get a choice of what type of weed you like (or at least whether you want an ordinary bud or something high-end) and whether you prefer marijuana flower, edibles, vape pen cartridges or some other form.
The only limitation with services like this that actually provide cannabis is that they tend to only be able to ship within a single state. This is an unavoidable consequence of the details of the laws in various states, and the current patchwork of legal states: if in the future cannabis is legalized for adult use at the federal level, there is a strong chance such services will open up to nationwide customers.
Pros and Cons of Using Weed Subscription Boxes
If you’re unsure whether to get a cannabis subscription box, there are a few key benefits and downsides you can consider to help you make your decision.
Cheaper than buying the same items separately.
Explore new strains.
Get useful accessories you might not have considered otherwise.
Weed-containing boxes give a regular supply of bud to your doorstep.
Plenty of options for customization.
Often include everyday essentials like papers and lighters.
Often flexible in terms of delivery dates and give options to pause for a month or cancel anytime.
No free choice of weed or accessories – there’s always a risk you won’t like something.
Boxes with accessories can get a bit same-y: how many grinders or glass pieces do you really need?
Themed boxes might not match up to your interests every month.
Whether you live in a legal state or not, there are so many options for your monthly weed box that you’ll easily be able to find what you’re looking for. While most of them offer similar goodies in each box – especially themed glass pieces, cones and lighters – if you’re looking to stock up on equipment and get some fun new stuff each month it’s a fantastic option. And if you’re in a legal state – especially California – there are a surprising amount of options for getting a personalized strain menu delivered to your door each month.