Everything you need to know about Rocksbox jewelry subscription boxes, including a thorough Rocksbox review and a Rocksbox promo code for your first month free!
Since I wrote a post all about Blue Apron, I figured I might as well write a Rocksbox review since it’s a subscription box I do like.
(Like my Blue Apron experience, I got a Rocksbox free trial and this isn’t a sponsored post. There is a Rocksbox referral program so if you use my affiliate link, I’ll get some account credit. Consider yourself adequately disclosed).
I was skeptical of yet another subscription service (seriously, how many are there out there now?), but I’ve been completely won over by it.
How does Rocksbox Work?
Here’s how Rocksbox works:
- You fill out a style profile (basically a quick little quiz where you pick the items and outfits you like so they can get a feel for your style) and add items to your wishlist.
- You pay $21 a month.
- You get a box of three pieces of jewelry from various designers.
- Whenever you’re ready, you send back your box and you get a new set of three pieces of Rocksbox jewelry.
- If you want to keep anything from your box, you can buy it a discount, plus apply your $21 monthly fee to any of those pieces of Rocksbox jewelry.