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A big thank you to Urban Dapper Club for sending me one of their subscription boxes for review; check out the video below this post to see my unboxing! Urban Dapper Club is a monthly subscription box service featuring men’s accessories. Each box averages $100 in value but the cost starts at only $25 a month for a one year subscription ($28 per month for an as-you-go) plan.
The box I was sent for review had a value of $180 and contained the following items:
- Urban Dapper Club Tie ($25)
- Urban Dapper Club Pocket Square ($20)
- Deadsoxy Socks ($25)
- Kiko Leather Wallet ($45)
- Urban Dapper Club Cufflinks ($15)
- Lawrence Hunt $50 Gift Card
What I love about the Urban Dapper Club is that it’s an easy way to add accessories for any man’s wardrobe. Even men who don’t have to dress up for work still need nicer items to wear on special occasions. These pieces all coordinate; or they can be worn separately to spruce up an otherwise boring outfit. It’s a great subscription box to spoil the man in your life; of if you are a man, it’s a fun treat to get for yourself!
Urban Dapper Club is offering SeeAnnSave readers 10% off a subscription with code SEEANNSAVE10! What a great Father’s Day, Graduation, Birthday, or holiday gift. And be sure to watch the following video so see all of the awesome products that were in my box:
It’s Wednesday, which means there is a new vlog up on my SeeAnnSave YouTube channel, which you can also watch below! In this video, I talk about another Amazon change for third-party media sellers. I also share my recent Ebay sales, and I show my first order from Boxed.com.
Boxed.com is an online warehouse store that doesn’t charge any membership fees. I was super impressed with my shipment; the prices were the same as Sam’s Club but without any fees. And shipping is FREE on orders of $49. CLICK HERE to save $15 on your first Boxed.com order!
As a child, I collected two things: Smurf figurines and stickers. While convincing Papa to pay $3 for a Smurf every time we went shopping proved difficult, he was more open to buying the cheaper stickers. So my sticker collection was quite impression, although was sadly lost as I got older.
With the planner craze, stickers have definitely been making a comeback; and it’s now okay for grown women to actually collect stickers. While I do have a planner, I rarely use it. I always mean to….but then I forget….or am just to lazy. BUT I still want the stickers! So, I recently signed up for not one but TWO sticker subscriptions, and the first one, Stickii Club, arrived this week.
Stickii Club offers three different sticker pack themes: Cute, Retro, and Pop. One their website, the Pop version really appealed to me as it showed lots of fun, modern stickers (including a pug), so that’s the one I choose. A subscription costs $10 a month, which includes shipping.
Upon opening up my first envelope, I immediately saw that the stickers were geared towards planners. Other than one sheet of brightly colored emoji-type stickers, the rest were more understated and rather generic in theme. In addition to the pop culture stickers previously mentioned, I also received one sheet of square stickers that resembled scrapbook paper, one sheet of washi-tape style stickers, one sheet of gemstone stickers (I collect gemstones, so I do like these, although I would like them better if they were actual photos of stones), a sheet of bowtie stickers, a sheet of letters, a sheet of numbers, a small clear baggie of flower stickers, and a larger colorful diamond sticker.
To be perfectly honest, these were definitely not the stickers I was expecting. From the photos on their website, I thought I would be receiving photo and cartoon stickers of food, animals, clothing, make-up, and pop culture items. Future shipments will definitely have to be better than this one for me to stay subscribed.
Are you a Stickii Club subscriber? If so, which pack are you signed up for? Have you been happy with the stickers you’ve received? I’d love for you to leave your comments below! 🙂
I recently placed my second order with The Prepared Pantry, and just like the first one, it arrived in a matter of days! I absolutely love these baking mixes as they are easy to prepare, are larger than a regular boxed mix makes, and stay fresher much longer.
In this order, I received:
- Cookie Lover’s Oatmeal Gourmet Cookie Mix
- Butterscotch Ripple Muffin Mix
- Dad’s Soft Pudding Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
- Cinnamon Chip Brown Sugar Muffin Mix
- Chocolate Orange Pecan Brownie Mix
- Chocolate Raspberry Brownie Mix
- Old time Chocolate Chip Blondie Mix
- Peanut Butter Brownie Mix
Be sure you are following me on my SeeAnnSave YouTube channel as I update there when I make a new mix. Also, CLICK HERE to check out The Prepared Pantry for yourself, including their Weekly Specials, which are as low as only $1! Note that new deals are released every Wednesday and last through Tuesday.
I’m going back to my Monday, Wednesday, and Friday uploading schedule on my SeeAnnSave YouTube channel (and to Thursday and Sunday on my SeeAnnAtWDW channel). Saturday is a black hole when it comes to YouTube as there aren’t as many viewers, which means videos tend to get buried in people’s feeds. So, hopefully moving these back to the weekdays will work better!
Here are the links mentioned in today’s video:
Thank you to Daily Goodie Box for sending me the February Blogger’s Box! Daily Goodie Box is a FREE site that sends out FREE boxes filled with sample size and full-size products. Simply create an account, fill out your profile, and then review any products you may receive.
I know that some of you have been frustrated at not getting a box yet, but please know that I have personally spoken with them and they let me know they’ve recently ramped up production to over five times the previous amount. As they are a new company, they are still growing and will have more boxes to offer as the months go on.
Here’s what came in my most recent box: