Fab Fit Fun

3.4 β€’ 5 Ratings

Happiness and well-being delivered? FabFitFun is a subscription box that delivers full-size, premium products delivered 4x per year.

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Los Angeles, California
Katie Echevarria Rosen Kitchens
Daniel Broukhim
Michael Broukhim
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Amazing websiteDifficult returnsCustom personalizationGood for gifts 🎁Fun unboxing πŸ“¦
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3 months ago

I subscribed for one year. Each box was fun to open and look through, but in the end I wouldn't have purchased each of the items that were sent so it seemed silly to keep paying to receive a box of items I'd just never use.

3 months ago

I would sum this box up as TJ Maxx in a box. It used to be packed so beautifully and full of can't get them anywhere else exclusive products. Now FFF has turned into a disjointed, no clear themed, terrible customer service with little to no follow through box. For example, you think you get to pick items in your box. And you think you are indeed doing that. Then your box comes and it has nothing you picked or that was even offered in it. Annual members--meaning you shelled out $180 up front for 4 boxes-- are supposed to be able to choose items first, but halfway through their shady billing cycle for each season they add in a ton of new products to pick that are better than the first run. That makes being an annual member a disadvantage of sorts, if you follow. When it was FFF or PopSugar's Must Have Box, PopSugar's nbox won every time. With FFF, I have had nothing but trouble with billing, customer service, subscription issues, shipping issues, etc. The boxes that one has chic themes seasonally now look like a TJ Maxx clearance end cap with whatever they have laying around thrown in and the packaging that once seemed like a Christmas Present too pretty to unwrap has been reduced to a bunch of items you did not pick--even though you think you can pick items--thrown into a box, with a bunch of brown packing paper. I don't know what the brand's issue is or what direction they're trying to go, but they need to go back to basics. I have tried to cancel my subscription many times, I sometimes go back, but in the end, dealing with their customer service is not worth the hassle.


cutomer service and brand's direction need an entire overhaul. WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

Difficult returnsCustom personalizationFun unboxing πŸ“¦Amazing website
2 months ago

As a longtime user of FFF (and previously PopSugar Must Have), I have to appreciate how FFF has kept up with an innovative customer experience that makes tiers feel special. As an annual member, you unlock different customizations and add ons early. From a product standpoint, it has become hit or miss for me and I spend more time picking to ensure value (both quality, uniqueness and financially) from the brands I'm adding.


I would recommend making the dates and countdowns more straightforward. As a passive or inexperienced user, this can be overwhelming and confusing.

Custom personalization
3 months ago

Liked the products, but found it quite expensive.

Custom personalizationGood for gifts 🎁Fun unboxing πŸ“¦Cool look & feel
3 months ago

I enjoyed my first box but cancelled after the second because I found the contents a bit meh. No doubt it’s excellent value for the quantity of products you get, but nothing in the box really excites me now.


Return to premium and innovative brands.