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Rocksbox Roundup!

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything about Rocksbox (though I do tend to post more photos to Instagram, so make sure you’re following me there!) so I thought I’d share a little roundup of some recent deliveries!

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As a little refresher on how Rocksbox works:
  • You pay $19 a month for designer jewelry shipped to your house (designers like Kendra Scott, Gorjana, House of Harlow, etc.)
  • You get 3 pieces of jewelry at a time that are yours to wear as long as you’d like. If you want to purchase something (at a discount) you can, otherwise, just send the items back when you want new pieces. You can also go onto the website and choose pieces you’d like and rate the items you receive.
  • Every month you earn a $10 credit to use towards purchasing any of the pieces you like (this doesn’t roll over).
  • Refer your friends and earn $25 in credits (these credits DO rollover). You can refer 3 friends every month (they get a free month, you get $25 credit for each)!
Here are some good examples of what comes in a box:

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Over $200 worth of jewelry for me to wear as I like for $19? Not bad!

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And my latest box (I just sent these pieces back yesterday):

rocksbox set 1

As you can tell, I’ve requested a lot of gold lately! Perhaps I need to branch out a bit!
If you’re not a big jewelry buyer, or someone who loves having new accessories often, this is definitely a subscription to look into! The best part? You can try one full month ABSOLUTELY FREE! Use my code: jamiebff170

2 Comments

  1. Ugh, I’m torn on Rockbox. I want to get it, but I also feel like I’d rather save the money on the Rockbox and buy pieces I really want. Maybe I’ll ask for it for Christmas. From myself. :)

    1. Haha I usually end up buying myself more Christmas gifts every year than I shop for other people…maybe I should work on that…

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