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If you're in a rut of trying to come up with ideas for date nights, or if you don't really have time for date nights, or you don't want to spend the money to hire a babysitter, these at home date night subscription boxes take care of most of the work for you.While I also cover heavier marriage issues in my blog, this post deals with something a bit lighter, but still very important to the success of marriage relationships: Spending Quality Time Together, aka Date Night through the use of date night subscription boxes.

If you’re in a rut of trying to come up with ideas for date nights, or if you don’t really have time for date nights, or you don’t want to spend the money to hire a babysitter, these at home date night subscription boxes take care of most of the work for you.
 

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DateInACrate_logo1. Crated With Love
Cost/mo.: $20 – $25/mo
Shipping: FREE
Promo code: WRITERSWIFE, 10% off lifetime subscription 

Best For?: Seriously Dating, Engaged, Married
General Consensus: Crated With Love has a great price point, slightly smaller (cuter) boxes, and they partner with different companies each month to bring high-quality products to you. Every box contains a series of cards outlining date activities that are meant to bring you together as a couple. Great for all age couples.

Other Info:
Crated With Love was previously known as Date In a Crate, but they have recently (and impressively) rebranded.
– Lowest price point of all the date box services
– Provides specialized date night activities focused on improving your relationship skills as a couple.

My Crated With Love Reviews:
    
    CratedWithLove Review_0416

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unboxlove_logo22. Unbox Love
Cost/mo.:
 $34 – $39/mo
Shipping:
FREE SHIPPING
Promo code: SCREENWRITER, $10 off initial subscription 

Best For?: Dating, Engaged, Married
General Consensus: If you’re a couple that enjoys playing games, Unbox Love usually includes some sort of board/card game in each box that can be re-used again and again. Probable best for couples in their 20s-30s.

Other Info:
– Recent dates have included a large variety of activities that have also included a spotify playlist, products involving technology, fun and unique games, creative art projects, awesome gourmet snacks, recipes, connection cards and we are about to add some new ideas that will make life easier for our couples.

My Unbox Love Reviews: 
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DBC_logo_sq_name_tag3. DateBox Club
Cost/mo.: $30 – $35/mo
Shipping: $1.99
Promo code: n/a

Best For?: Seriously Dating, Engaged, Married
General Consensus: DateBox Club is a great date night box option as well. They’ve recently had boxes that included candlemaking and adult coloring love notes. Great for all ages, however does seem to skew a bit toward a slightly older couples, age 30+. 

Other Info:
– DateBox Club may include a DIY project, or a game depending on the theme. It’s fun & engaging – and sometimes designed to push your boundaries a little bit. You might find yourself learning about a new food, or wielding a paint brush together.
– Most of our boxes will take about 2 hrs.
– July 2017 UPDATE: DateBox Club is now selling individual date night boxes (without having to have a subscription) of previous boxes through Amazon! Click Here.

 

My DateBox Club Reviews:
DateBoxClubReview

 

 

 

 

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10501766_423262561189592_2638196925470838030_n4. Datebox
Cost/mo.: $28 – $35/mo
Shipping: $5
Promo code: n/a, but if you click through one of my links, you get $10 off initial subscription 

Best For?: Engaged, Married
General Consensus: Of all the date night box companies, Datebox seems to have the most professional feel and you never know what you’re going to get. I like that they seem very focused on relationship-building skills. However, I believe that occasionally a date will be an out-of-the-house date, so if you have young kids and would require a babysitter, this is something to take into consideration. Age range is probably mid-20s and up.

Other Info:
– includes multimedia content such as videos and Spotify playlists.
– “One month may be dance lessons, the next month may be a gourmet cooking class, while the following month is an in home evening of art, cheese & wine tasting.”

My Datebox Reviews:
DateboxReview

 

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Date Night In
Cost: $31 – $35/mo; 1 month, 3 month, 6 and 12 month plans available
Shipping: $8
Promo code: n/a

Best For?: Dating, Engaged, Married

My Date Night In Reviews:

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DateliveryLogoDatelivery
Cost: $31 – $43/box
Shipping: FREE
Promo code: SCREENWRITER10  for 10%, or SCREENWRITER20 for 20% off any order over $45 (*does not apply to gift cards or bundles)

Best For?: Dating, Engaged, Married, Groups, Families

Other Info:
Datelivery carries individual box purchases, not a subscription service
– also offers group and family date night options

My Datelivery Reviews:
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datetodoor_logoDate To Door
Cost: $37 – $40/box
Shipping: FREE
Promo code: n/a

Best For?: Engaged, Married

Other Info:
– Activities and games centered around a theme. Also includes date night instructions and suggestions as well as a monthly challenge for the couple to focus on throughout the month.
– curated by a husband-wife team

My Date To Door Reviews:
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datenightboxDate Nite Box
Cost: $69 – $159/box
Shipping: FREE
Promo code: n/a

Best For?: Dating, Engaged, Married

Other Info:
More like a date night concierge with fully planned and purchased date packages, you get a date night tin with your planned date night  including gift cards and/or vouchers for entertainment and food.

My Date Nite Box Reviews:
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Or…if you’re looking for something a bit racier… wink, wink… 😉
Note: There are quite a few “adult” themed subscription boxes out there. While most of them are, cheesy, cheap, and ‘bachelorette party’-ish, what I liked about the below company, and why I’m including it here, is that it focuses on a bringing a couple closer together and building their (sexual) relationship…instead of just focusing on temporary satisfaction.

TheFantasyBox.com_logoThe Fantasy Box

Cost:
 $39 – $159/box
Shipping: FREE
Promo code: n/a

Best For?: Longer-Term Married (>5yr+) who need to spice up their intimate life; NOT RECOMMENDED for newer couples.

Other Info:
-The more expensive Fantasy Box services contain more products in the box, but all price points offer the same overall themes.
– Products included are lingerie, toys, and other novelties. Also included in every box are “His” and “Hers” (as well as “Leader” & “Follower”) instruction cards.
– The first month is an “intro” box to all their different themes. Following months alternate between their four main themes: Sensual, Playful, Control, and Costume. If you aren’t comfortable with one of those four themes – or if you want more of one of them – you can email them and they will pull (or add) those boxes from your queue. 

My Fantasy Box Review:
Fantasy Box subscription box review and contents
 If you know me in person, you’re just gonna have to get over any embarrassing squeamishness you may have :), but this was originally a gift for our 10th anniversary, but I decided to keep the subscription so long as we can afford it every other month.

Without elaborating too much, I will say that I highly recommend The Fantasy Box for long-term couples. I don’t, however, recommend this for newer couples though – I think The Fantasy Box is best experienced farther down the road, like 5+ yrs of marriage down the road, when you already have a deep history and trust together yet need some re-kindling of passion. I like that these boxes are built around relationship building experiences and that they encourage communication about likes, dislikes, and off-limits.

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STATUS UNCERTAIN Date Night Boxes [as of 10/7/16]:

I’ve found the following boxes on my searches, however, I either have not been able to contact and verify company info, or else the company does not appear to currently be in operation.

DateCrates – I only recently stumbled upon this company, but all attempts to contact have been unanswered. Their social media accounts have not been updated in months. I’m going to assume they are no longer in business?

Dates Done Right – I only recently stumbled upon this company as well, and also no contact. Not sure if they are in business.

PitterPat Packages – I assume that this one went out of business? Facebook is still up, but not updated since May. I did a review on one of their boxes from Jan. 2016 HERE.

 Dejamor – no longer in business, I keep hoping they’ll come back, so I keep this listing up. 🙂

Date Night Done For You – no longer in business, I believe this was somehow connected to Dejamor, or maybe they were originally owned by the same person/company?

 Lovebird – website no longer working, I believe this company is no longer in business. 

 

Did I miss any Date Night Subscription Boxes out there? I think I got all I could find, but if there’s something else that should be added to this list, please leave me a comment and let me know! 🙂

 

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27 comments on “The Complete List of At Home Date Night Subscription Boxes (& promo codes!)”

  1. I love this post, and the subscription box ideas too! Marriage support is such a valuable thing to have! I try to be real yet supportive when talking about marriage, and it’s always great to hear other voices like that too!

  2. Getdatebox.com is another one. It’s $35 for a $50-100 value and includes gift cards/ vouchers for a night out or an evening in.

  3. My wife and I just received a Date Box as a gift today. I was impressed with the packaging, and this month’s date is a group date scavenger hunt and New Years relationship goals date. It came with three decks of cards with scavenger hunt items, three selfie stocks, and three water lanterns with tea lights for the goals portion of the date. I’m curious to try some other companies as well to see who offers the best value for our budget. Thanks for the recommendations!

  4. Lovebird is currently on hold due to a family issue. I ordered through them and never got anything and had the same issues through email. They are reachable through Facebook message though. They’re still selling their boxes, just no news yet on when they will actually start sending them again, for now everything is on hold.

  5. Hi! http://www.NovelErotics.com is not a subscription service, but offers spicy choices of the same genre as you describe above. Each book-style box contains a saucy story on the inside cover, and 5-6 products to complement/help you act out the story. The Themes include bondage, full on naughty exploration, and a discreet Hotel Affair complete with bubble bath (coming later this fall). I can supply more info if needed!

    • Hi Anne – I checked out your site and your book-style boxes are an interesting take, but I’m not sure they are the right fit for my date night subscription box listing. The reason why I include The Fantasy Box over other “adult” type of subscription boxes is that The Fantasy Box has a relationship building slant to it that I greatly appreciate. They seek to guide couples in new ways that they can embrace, explore, and strengthen their intimate & long-term relationships…it doesn’t just focus on individual, one-time, pleasure seeking experiences as do many of the other “adult” services out there.

      I’ll go ahead and leave your comment here on this post in case someone reads this and wants to take a look at your service, but I wanted to explain why I’m not going to officially list it above.

  6. Hi there! Thank you for your very thorough list. I am currently researching Christmas gift ideas, and I love the concept of these date night boxes. I just have one concern though. (This is the first I have encountered your blog so I don’t know much about you yet, please bear with me!) My husband and I are Christians and choose to make purity a priority in our home and our marriage. Can you tell me, in your research/experience, do any of these lend themselves toward being more “risky” in that category? Don’t get me wrong, we aren’t shy about sex in our marriage 😉 but we want to avoid anything that would include even slightly pornographic material, and that sort of thing. We would likely avoid the “Fantasy Box” to play it safe, but do you feel like there is any reason for me to avoid any of the others? And please note that we do not pass judgement in anyway, this is simply a personal preference 🙂 Thank you!

    • Hi Kate, no problem! I agree that The Fantasy Box probably wouldn’t be a good fit for you. From the other boxes that I’ve previewed: Unbox Love, DateBox Club, Crated With Love, and Datebox, I think you’ll probably find just what you’e looking for. Most of the times the boxes don’t even reference sex. I can’t attest for the other boxes as I have not tried them out (yet), but you could probably also email the companies directly and ask them too.

      Thanks for visiting and I hope you and your husband enjoy your date nights!

  7. Date To Door sounds like a fun one. All of these look awesome though! They really are a wonderful idea. Great for bonding 🙂

  8. I would like the Date Nite In, because sometimes you like to be alone with someone special without dealing with other noises or disturbances.

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