I’ll be posting short reviews of several different YA book subscription boxes throughout November and December! All of these boxes are so much fun because you get a surprise new release book in the mail (and most come with some pretty awesome book merch). The boxes vary in price, content, and how frequently they’re shipped, so hopefully these comparisons can help you narrow down your choices!


FairyLoot is a YA subscription box that ships monthly and costs £26 before shipping (but there are discounts available for 3 and 6 month subscriptions). Each box has a hardcover new release book and 4-6 bookish items.

The theme for the November box was “Royals & Rogues” and included:

  • Nemesis by Anna Banks
  • a signed bookplate, bookmark, author letter, and sketch
  • a tote bag with a quote from ACOMAF
  • a mug
  • a mirror with a quote from The Wrath & the Dawn
  • a “Queen of Terrasen” notepad
  • Royals & Rogues tea + filters
  • crystal soap
  • Red Queen illustration and lettering
  • Wolf by Wolf poster

This was one of the boxes that I’ve seen everywhere on bookstagram, especially with the UK bloggers! I had to check it out and am really glad I did! It’s one of the more expensive boxes offered, but the amount & quality of the items is also on the higher end. I absolutely loved this theme (because hello YA fantasy) and really liked that the boxes were available for single purchase without a subscription. Check it out!


6 comments on “Subscription Box Review: FairyLoot”

  1. This box was also my first Fairyloot ( and book subscription). I was not disappointed. The shipping was a hard hit to take, but I’d gladly do it again because it was FABULOUS! But I was spoiled for the book as mine sat in customs. That mug though! It’s magical. <3

    • Oh no, that’s so sad it sat in customs!! But yes isn’t it all gorgeous?! That’s so fun you loved it too 🙂

  2. I’ve been thinking about getting either the fairy loot or the owl crate box. But I honestly can’t decide. I would love to get both but cant as I live in Australia and the shipping makes it much to expensive. Do you have a favourite?

    • I’m not sure how I missed this comment, sorry! If you’re still trying to pick but I’d say FairyLoot has really cute themes but is a bit more expensive so I’d probably pick OwlCrate myself.

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