I mentioned in an earlier article how you can have cannabis accessories (and now cannabis itself) delivered to your front door (or place of worship) like clockwork. Commonly referred to as “weed subscription boxes”, these pot cornucopia’s come replete with everything from glass pipes to munchies to sweet, sweet cheeba–all for a modest monthly price (hence the subscription aspect of it).
You often have the option of having your subscription box tailored made, for example, a box strictly tailored for the dabber in your life– or just receive a monthly box of random surprises–it’s your choice. Additionally, all these companies ship discretely via UPS so you won’t have to worry about your overbearing spouse or nosy kids discovering your gifts.
Above all else, weed subscription boxes are convenient. You don’t have to schlep all the way to your neighborhood dispensary to buy weed (if that is an issue for you), and you can easily create a schedule (and budget) that fits your intake.
If you ‘re needing to stock up on bongs, papers, grinders or lighters and you don’t have a dispensary or headshop in your area, these weed subscription boxes may just be the solution you were looking for:
Green Bake Box – One Month $30
Green Bake Box is one of those monthly subscription boxes that deliver a random assortment of cannabis goodies to you, so every time they arrive should feel like a marijuana-laced Christmas. They ship every month between the 16th and 18th with the very noble intention of having your box arrive no later than the 20th. Currently Green Bake Box ships to the U.S. for free and charges $15 to ship to Canada– $20 for the U.K. and Europe (but you Canucks should be able to get pretty good weed deals out there, shouldn’t you?) with a monthly subscription you can sign up for 1 to 6 months. However, if you’re really a high roller you should just go for the 6-month subscription which runs for $155. Then you’ll be delivered a smokers starters kit and don’t even have to roll out of bed.
According to their website, Weedbox is “a lifestyle brand for the woke and culturally aware cannabis smoker”. What seems to set them apart from other boxes with their typical array of glass bowls and parchment papers is Weedbox’s unique options. You can add anything from a vape pen to a Kendrick Lamar CD to a CBD balm to your box, all with the possibility of cannabis being added to the menu in the very near future.
Lifted Ladies – One Month $14- $21
Okay, this one is for the ladies. Awww yeah.
Lifted Ladies is like other entries on this list except for one special thing. You guessed it, it comes with its own Snapchat filter! I kid, I kid. Seriously, the brains behind LL will send you a box chocked full of cannabis goodies for about 5 bucks a month (if you’re a US resident) and $14 if you’re Canadian (that’s what you all get for your damned universal health care). From jewelry to stash bags, bath bombs, and coloring books, everything is hand-selected by ladies just like you. You are a lady, aren’t you??
Puffer Box – One Month $25-$35
There aren’t many subscription boxes that deliver actual marijuana to your house, as most exist in somewhat of a legal gray area– federally. This means all the subscription boxes on this list (includingPufferBox) don’t send weed to your house, just everything you might need to smoke weed or satiate your varied thirsts after you’re done smoking it. For $23-$25 a month PufferBox will deliver such items as grinders, mini bongs, rolling papers and an assortment of munchies to keep you going well after you’ve run out of weed. A bonus is unlike some other subscription boxes which ship only to states such as California, Washington, and Oregon, PufferBox delivers anywhere in the United States. One downside (which I’m sure is true for many of the boxes which ship random shit to your door) is that you’ll probably be receiving the same products after a while because there’s only so much paraphernalia you can cover.
Stashbox– One Month $29.95
From the look of its website Stashbox appears to have a fairly good selection of pipes, vaporizers, lighters, rolling papers and other general pot accouterments, so much so that your average stoner should open the box every month with a mixture of glee and amazement, if they’re not already feeling that way because of the, you know, weed. Subscriptions range from 1-6 months with the promise that they’ll attempt to fill your box with as much product as possible. The company also selects random subscribers each month for prizes if they share their stashbox photos to social media using the hashtag #GetStashBox.
Cannabox – One Month $19.88
Cannabox is a legitimate veteran of the subscription box wars, essentially being one of the first companies to take the idea to the battlefield about 2 years ago. Wait… there’s no war between these companies? Just a friendly competition? Well regardless Cannabox is a fucking original gangster and they’ve got the assortment of products to prove it. Not only that Cannaboxwas one of the first to introduce the idea of “themes” into their monthly boxes, meaning each one you receive will have a different motif.
Cannaboxes are offered in 1-6 month subscriptions and every month 5-10 random subscribers are selected to receive a Goldbox. Yes, you too can be like Charlie in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Cannabox also selects a random monthly subscriber from Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to win a 3-month subscription for their best Cannabox photo, #Cannabox.
Daily High Club – One Month $1-$30
Out of all the weed subscription boxes I’ve listed, I have to admit I put my faith most behind Daily High Club or DHC for short. And it’s fairly simple why: a) they offer awesome products at very reasonable prices b) you can get a damn bubbler mailed to your house. A really, really nice bubbler. And the next month maybe a mini dab-rig. If weed came with it I would never buy from another source again.
Prices for monthly subscriptions run from $1 to $12 to$30, with a competitive selection of papers, grinders, wicks and other pot products included in all packages. It seems DHS is poised to be the popular new kid on the block, and with gifts like these, it’s easy to see why.
HEMPER – One Month $0.99- $29.99
Hemper often features cool and trendy products such as switchblade roach clips or 70’s inspired dab rigs. It’s this creativity that makes them so appealing to consumers, which also leads to them selling out fast. However with such a flexible plan (Hemper offers users pre-paid, month to month subscriptions), one can easily find something they covet on the cheap.
Hemper’s subscription boxes have three options to choose from, allowing a cannabis user to tailor their box to their unique cannabis experience. Hemper’s alternating curation of goods always features a glass pipe in the mix, with the ability to choose between the Bare Essential, Hemper Pack and the Glassesntials Box, which includes a premium, hand-curated pipe for its users.
ELEVATED STASH – One Month-$5.99 -$109.00
A mix of patriotism with a dash of social justice creates the perfect recipe for a weed subscription company. Veteran-owned, Elevated Stash helps you achieve your inner humanitarian by donating every month to charities supporting US veterans and families. Providing similar tiered options as other on this list, one attribute Elevated Stash displays in prominence are quality products in every box, from the most expensive to their “budget box”. It’s there you can find useful items such as papers, blunt wraps, refills for your lighter and more. Their main box, known as “Pikes Peak” offers everything a comprehensive stoner could want plus a new shiny glass piece. For those of you with commitment issues, elevated stash also offers a premium one-time purchase weed subscription box. Simply named “Mount Everest”, it includes an assortment of glassware, grinders, rolling trays and other cool stoner swag.
Goody goody for you; Goody Box (also known as 420 Box) is perhaps the most popular entry on this list for the simple fact that they offer the most extensive selection of products. Each month 420 Goodyboxes offers an impressive array of grinders, bubblers, snacks, stickers, papers among other goodies.
For just $9.95 a month thriftier cannabis consumers can select the “Loot Box”, an assortment of four to eight weed accessories every smoker can utilize. For $21.98 a month one can choose the “Goody Box”, a heftier bundle that comes with five to nine items and a glass piece or vape. Being their most popular box, each one offers around $45-$85 worth of weed swag. Their “Top Shelf” box goes for $79.98 a month for seven to thirteen weed products worth $150-$250. A top-shelf piece is also included in every box.
Something you might notice is the price to product ratio Goody Box offers. Each box easily offers items which go for double what the box cost each month.
Kush Cargo-One Month $25-$45
Kush Cargo is another entry that allows you to customize your smoking preference. Upon signing up to Kush Cargo you’ll be presented with three options to choose from–Nug Cargo ($25) for those who prefer flower, Dab Cargo ($25) for those who are more dab hounds than anything else and the popular Combo Cargo ($45) for those of you who just can’t decide. Similar to the aforementioned Goody Box, your Kush Cargo box comes with a piece of glassware tailored for your preferred smoking method. It also features the basics and not so basic, such as filters, silicone dab mats, papers, doob tubes, stink bags and rolling trays. This may become problematic for non-joint smokers, as the items that arrive at your doorstep can get a bit repetitive.
Flowsent One Month-$249
Flowsent is a premium marijuana delivery service that provides its wares in Oakland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Los Angeles and San Diego. They also offer a premium membership service that provides access to high-grade California cannabis as well as other industry perks. Members get 10% off ALL orders for the month; receive delivery priority, opportunities for farm visits, attend Meet Your Grower cannabis dinners, get first access to new products and strains AND access to special promotions throughout the year! Their two levels of subscriptions include:
Keep Tahoe Green $249: a monthly selection of award-winning cannabis flower and pre-rolls grown by some of California’s best cannabis farmers.
710 Racing Club $249: The 710 Racing Club is a dab bar in a box. This monthly rotating selection of oil features wax, shatter, batter, sauce, THCa powder, THCa Crystalline and high terpene extracts from California’s finest producers.
Toker Pack One Month-$25-$60
I’m a toker and so are you. That’s why the Toker Pack is a weed subscription box that is made for us, dedicated smokers with a penchant for thrift.
Like me when I’m super high, the Toker Pack comes in three levels. The Mini Pack is $5 per month and includes your standard array of rolling papers and other such accessories. This is perfect for those die-hard joint smokers who also crave a little variety in their lives. The Accessory Pack is $25 per month and includes quality glass, smoking accessories and monthly surprises from prominent cannabis brands. This “pack” is perfect for those who are fond of collecting new pieces from reputable headshops for less than you normally would. Lastly, the Bundle Pack, priced at $60 per month features everything aforementioned plus a 10-inch piece of quality glassware. Again, this “pack” is perfect for those who like to collect glass pieces like 40-year old stay-at-home nerds collect action figures.
Candora -Yearly $125-$250
Candora is for those who support women-owned cannabis brands or are focused on female empowerment. It probably should go without saying that we ALL owe something to at least one woman in our life. Unlike other entries on the list which feature monthly subscription boxes, Candora’s boxes only arrive three times a year, often to coincide with a major holiday. You’ll receive one Candora box during the summer, one during the winter and one more during another seasonal part of the year.
My name is Petey Wheatstraw, also known as Charles Stevens. I’m an avid marijuana smoker, writer, devoted father and non-profit minion– not necessarily in that order. A Chicago native I’ve lived off and on in the Bay Area since 1996. Seven years ago I finally settled here to capture the changing face of our communities.