Hippie Butler Box Review

What's in the box?! What's in the box?!

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Subscription boxes are becoming more popular as this wacky world of cannabis continues to evolve. And with cannabis consumption experience becoming more about personal preference by the day, it might be time for you to check out subscription boxes for all your ritual needs.

Benefits of Subscription Boxes

If you’re lazy and don’t want to go shop then all the non-weed essentials you need, subscription boxes provide a way for them to show up at your door on a monthly basis. The benefit is that someone does the shopping so those moments when you reach to see if that wrap pack is empty, and it is, don’t happen anymore.

Hippie Butler is one of the many companies that provide subscription boxes for all levels of cannabis consumers. 

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How Hippie Butler Subscription Boxes Work

Choose your style

There are 4 different pricing tiers: The Party Favor Box, Rollers Club Box, Butler Box, Master’s Club Box. Each offers varying levels of customization. The first step in subscribing to Hippie Butler is to choose which box you want.

Customize your order

The customization of each tier essentially offers more and more as you ascend in price. Hippie Butler subscriptions offer options for both Dry Blends (flower) consumers and Concentrate (dabs) consumers.

Get your box

Shipping for the Party Favor Box is just $2, while the other 3 Hippie Butler boxes come with free shipping. So for virtually nothing, you can receive all the things.

The Party Favor – $1/month

A hippie buttler sticker and three packs of raw rolling paper

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The Party Favor box is the cheapest and most basic Hippie Butler box. For just a single buckerooni per month, they’ll mail you the fundamentals:

  • RAW Rolling papers
  • RAW Rolling tips
  • RAW Matches 

Rollers Club Box – $15.99/month

A hippie butler Rollers Box with rolling paper and a glass pipe

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For the price of $16 per month, you’re offered:

  • RAW Rolling papers
  • Hemp wraps
  • Cones
  • Lighters
  • Misc. accessories

When you select the Rollers Club Box, you’ll be asked for your preference between rolling papers, wraps, or a mix. I’d advise selecting a mix to get the most for your money.

Butler Box – $39.99/month

A Butler Box stuffed with packing paper and a glass piece, rolling tray, grinder, pre rolled cones, cotton mouth candy cure for dry mouth, hemp wraps, rolling papers, lighters, hemp wick

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The Butler Box is Hippie Butler’s most popular subscription box, and a staff’s choice item. This one’s for the daily smokers that need all the basics plus a few luxuries. 

When you select the Butler Box, you’ll be asked to choose between Dry Blends (flower) or Concentrate (dabs) as your preferred consumption method. Dependent upon your choice, you will receive “everything you need to smoke” on a 3-month subscription basis. These include:

  • Glass piece
  • Rolling tray
  • Grinder
  • Cones
  • Cotton mouth candy cure for dry mouth
  • Hemp wraps
  • Rolling papers
  • Lighter
  • Hemp wick
  • Misc. accessories

Master’s Club Box – $139.99/month

A box of Hippie Butler items

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The Master’s Club Box is the most expensive Hippie Butler subscription box at $140 smackers per month on a 6-month subscription basis. Expensive, but premium, this subscription box offers you A BRAANDDD NEWWWW CARRRR.

Okay, it doesn’t, but it is the only Hippie Butler box that offers accessories for those who smoke both dry blends and concentrates. You can still choose an either/or if you staunchly favor one side, but for an extra $100, you’ll unlock the part of the game where people might like to smoke weed in multiple forms.

Hippie Butler Final Call

All in all, the Hippie Butler boxes seem like your pretty standard subscription boxes with a few added bells and whistles here and there. It does suck that you don’t really know what you’re going to get until you get your subscription box, which is a true flaw in their business model.

You can’t take $140 from people then ask if they like surprises. In the end, if you don’t want to stop by glass shops anymore to reup on smoking accessories, one of these boxes may contain all your needs for a reasonable price; you’ll just have to commit to paying for 1-6 months of them before you find out.

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