Smartass & Sass Subscription Review – October 2017


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Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017
Smartass and Sass is a gift and subscription service for “snarky individuals and cynical assholes.” They hand-select products for boxes that will make your inner sass-monster cackle with glee. Each box will include 4-8 new hand-picked and generally hilarious items each month you’re subscribed.

Smartass and Sass
Cost: $41.90/month ($34.95 + $6.96 S/H)
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017
Smartass and Sass ships via USPS around the 20th of the month.
Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017
This box isn’t for everyone, but I get a kick out of it.
Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017
The October 2017 “Boo, You Whore Box” Smartass and Sass box included the following items:

~Bag of Tricks Makeup Bag by Cheeky Mint ($19.99): LOL!  The Bag of Tricks is 11 x 8 inches and has a lining for easy clean-up. It’s big enough for all your tricks and maybe some treats too!
Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Boo, You Whore Tumbler by Smartass & Sass ($10): Love this!  I have a bit of a tumbler/water bottle/mug addiction, and this will fit right in.  It’s certainly the sassiest of the bunch and the only one in my collection with a Mean Girls quote (which makes me love it even more).Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Be A Little Wild Keychain Flask by About Face Designs ($8): This is a real 1oz flask that attaches to your keyring. I’m not sure I’d ever actually fill it up, but it’s good to know that the option is there.

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Hair of the Dog How-To Bottle Opener by Smartass & Sass ($4): LOL!  I haven’t cured a hangover like this in years!  But between the flask and the emoji instructions here, it seems like Smartass & Sass wants to make it happen again.

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Eat, Drink and Be Scary Decal by Boo, Witches ($3.50):  This vinyl would be cute on a wine glass or water bottle.  I am not sure how it would hold up in the dishwasher, so I will end up hand-washing whatever I put it in.

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Paper Voodoo Notepad by Knock Knock ($6.99): Knock Knock notepads are always entertaining!  I feel like my children would enjoy drawing on this more than I need to put a hex on someone, but I will save a few sheets for myself just in case.

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

~Bonus Item: Smartass & Sass Stickers: Stickers!  You can never have enough stickers in my book.  I grew up in the 80’s when they had sticker stores at the mall, and I have a paper planner now that I love to put stickers in.  They also are fun to use to decorate card envelopes with.

Smartass & Sass Subscription Review - October 2017

All totaled I came up with a value of $52.50 for the October 2017 Smartass and Sass box.  I liked the box and the contents, but I would have liked to see a little higher value on this.  I do want to mention that Smartass & Sass pays their vendors a fair price for items included in their boxes, so that is something to keep in mind (some boxes do get free or heavily discounted products).

What do you think of Smartass and Sass?  If you are interested in ordering, you can learn more about them here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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