It is always nice to join a ‘club’ of some sort because it involves getting to know people who share at least one similar interest. As far as marijuana is concerned, weed users once formed a fairly small and exclusive club. However, now that it is legal for medicinal use in 33 states, and legal recreationally in 10 states and D.C., not to mention blanket legalization in Canada, it is no longer necessary to operate in the shadows.
Once upon a time, trying to find marijuana accessories involved a secret trip to a well-hidden head shop miles away from where you lived. Today, these clandestine jaunts have been replaced by subscription services such as the Daily High Club. These brands sell accessory boxes which are delivered to your doorstep, usually on a monthly basis. It is a niche that is picking up steam, so let’s see how the Daily High Club, often called DHC, fares.
What Does the Daily High Club Offer?
The very first time I went to the site I was greeted with a pop-up box that offered me a chance to win a Mega Box worth $300. It didn’t exactly scream urgency, however, as I was informed that I still had 16 days and 10 hours to enter! I guess DHC realizes that marijuana users don’t tend to stress themselves out trying to get free stuff; although we’re happy when we get it!
The Daily High Club aims to provide you with the best smoking supplies for a fair price. The company knows that convenience stores have been making a killing by charging obscene prices for basics such as rolling tips and papers and aims to put that practice to an end. DHC takes special pride in the design and technology it uses to create glass pipes.
DHC operates out of Los Angeles and has a total of 20 employees who curate glass. The company also collaborates with various brands monthly to provide subscribers with excellent goodies in their boxes. Without further ado, let’s look at their subscription box options.
All Natural – $1 Per Month + $3.25 Shipping if You Live Outside the United States
According to DHC, the All-Natural box allows you to light one joint a day for a full month. The kit includes a matchbook, 3.3” Organic Bee Wick, All-Natural Filter Tips, and 1.25 Size All-Natural Papers. There is no question that this package is worth the price because you’ll pay more than a buck for rolling papers alone.
U.S. residents must pay an extra $2 in shipping, but even at $3, it is a good option to have if you find yourself running out of rolling papers and filter tips all the time.
Connoisseur – $9.99 Per Month + $7 Shipping in Canada & $11 Shipping if Outside Canada and America
While the All-Natural pack is ideal for occasional smokers, the Connoisseur is a must-have for regular weed users on a budget. Each month, you receive a package containing 7-9 items. Even when you add the $2 shipping fee in the U.S., this is an okay deal at $12. Here is what you’re likely to find in a Connoisseur box:
- A Doob Tube
- 3” of Organic Bee Wick
- A Daily High Club quote sticker
- A packet of 50 RAW filter tips
- A 33-pack of King Size Pure Hemp rolling papers
- A 50-pack of 1.25 size rolling papers
- A pack of Juicy Jay
- A 2-pack of pre-rolled cones
- A 49-pack of Smoking Maiz 1.25 rolling papers
As you can see, it is a pretty solid collection albeit one that is still comprised of the basics.
El Primo – $29.99 Per Month + $11 Shipping Fee in Canada and $18 Shipping Fee in the Rest of the World
According to the Daily High Club, its El Primo box contains around $80 worth of goodies. It is a comprehensive offering and includes a glass piece each month. The list of goodies changes each month and could include something like this:
- A Daily High Club quote sticker
- An 8-pack of pipe cleaners
- Darshan Incense and a holder
- A 50-pack of Zen perforated filter tips
- A glass screen
- A doob tube
- 3” of organic bee wick
- A 32-pack of 1.25 size rolling papers
- A separate 50-pack of 1.25 size rolling papers from a different brand
- A glass pipe
American residents must also pay $4.94 for shipping, but on the face of it, the El Primo box appears to be worth the price.
If you want an El Primo box on a one-off basis, it costs $50. You can save money by paying for three boxes upfront for $80.98 or six boxes for $158.35. These prices do NOT include the cost of shipping.
My Daily High Club Experience
I chose the El Primo box in March 2019 to see what I would get. Each month, there is a new theme, and on this occasion, it was bacon! Let’s be honest: Who among you has NOT thought about bacon (aside from vegans and vegetarians) at least once when stoned?
The first thing I noted was how plain and inoffensive the box is. Brands like Hippie Butler go all-out in terms of design, but DHC prefers it low-key, and so do I. It resembled a second-hand shoebox, to be honest, but I was only focused on what was inside. On the interior, there was a design that proved it was ‘Bacon’ March.
The protective paper was fairly basic, but it did the job. In fact, it looked like the kind of paper that butchers wrap fresh meat in! Even the glass piece was wrapped in it, but it wasn’t broken or chipped. The box included a 2-pack of XXL Mango Tango flavored blunt wraps.
The next item was a metal RAW holder designed to keep your rolling papers safe. I laughed at the next offering, which was a special stink sack to store your weed. It was funny because it looks like a bag of bacon! Part of me was very disappointed that the package had no bacon in it!
Next up was a clipper lighter, which is a must if you get stoned and misplace your lighter a lot. The box also had an air freshener which is useful when you want your room to stop smelling like Bob Marley’s house. It is supposed to smell of cinnamon bacon. The rest of the box contained Wiz Khalifa tips, a DHC designed pocket grinder, a pair of DHC bacon stickers, and a clear glass slide for reasons that soon became apparent.
The final piece to be unveiled was, of course, the glass piece, the item that truly makes the El Primo box. It was a lovely glass bubbler wrapped in bubble wrap bearing the DHC logo. This type of glass piece would normally cost in the $25 to $35 range I think, so it immediately ensured my El Primo package was value for money.
Best of Daily High Club Boxes
DHC has a page where it sells previous boxes, and I noted with interest that the March 2019 box is now sold out. The April box looks very interesting, and some of you will probably be using its contents as you read this. It is a specially themed 420 Box which includes:
- A DHC sticker set
- XXL Grape Hemp Wrap from Royal Blunts
- A full-size RAW clipper lighter
- A RAW tin ashtray
- A premium tobacco bowl
- A premium quartz banger
- Wiz Khalifa RAW rolling tips
- A permanent smoking screen from SMOJO
- A Daily High Club 4:20 clock recycler bong or dab rig
- RAW organic 1.25 wide rolling papers
There are also a few boxes on sale. For example, the Cinco De Mayo box had been reduced from $59.99 to $29.99 at the time of writing. If you love using wax and shatter, there is an Ultimate Concentrates Dab Kit for $120. While DHC doesn’t provide you with unknown contents each month like other brands, it does sell a mystery glass box for $39.99. It is a combination of accessories and a glass piece specially chosen by the Daily High Club.
What Else Does the Daily High Club Sell?
DHC knows that it is in fierce competition and, as a result, it offers hundreds of products outside its subscription range. It sells bongs, rigs, pipes, and remember, Daily High Club specializes in glass curation so it offers glass pieces you won’t find anywhere else. There is a wide range of accessories including a special section with goodies under $25.
DHC sells apparel, bubblers, glass that comes from a collaboration with a celebrity, vaporizers, and special scientific glass bongs. Whether you’re searching for a grinder or a Silenced Hippie Peace Pipe, Daily High Club has you covered.
Where Can I Buy Daily High Club Products?
Make your way to the official Daily High Club website. Once you have an account, it is relatively easy to cancel your subscription. DHC also offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee as long as you return all items unused, unbroken, and within 14 days of delivery. Unlike other brands which have confusing monthly cutoffs, DHC keeps it simple. If you order a box in March, you get the March box, simple as that.
If you are an active subscriber, your billing date is moved up by one week until you are charged on the first day of the month. For instance, if you sign up on March 11, your next bill will be on April 4, and then May 1. U.S. orders arrive quickly; normally 1-3 business days. International boxes can take up to 15-30 business days.
If the glass piece breaks during shipping, take a picture of the damage and return it, along with the glass, to the DHC within 48 hours of delivery. By the way, you can earn $4.20 credit for every friend you refer up to a maximum of $300.
Final Thoughts on the Daily High Club
Although you should feel free to try the All-Natural and Connoisseur boxes, I recommend going for the El Primo option. You get everything that is in a Connoisseur box plus a cool glass piece such as a bong or pipe. It delivers its orders very quickly if you live in the United States, and while the packaging is basic, it doesn’t draw any suspicion which is the entire point!
DHC makes it simple to subscribe and also to cancel, and I like how easy it is to buy previous boxes, as long as they are not sold out! As is the case with other subscription services, DHC has teamed up with celebrities and notable brands to bring you an array of unique products. Past collaborators include Tommy Chong, Crystal Cult and B-Real.
I also enjoy the Daily High Club’s blog, which has some fascinating articles including the History and Evolution of 420, the best bong options for marijuana flower, and of course, in the spirit of March’s box, the best ever bacon recipes! DHC regularly has sales and promotions, so I recommend checking out its site.
Daily High Club Pros
- Extremely fast and discreet delivery.
- A choice of three subscription options catered to your needs and budget.
- An excellent online store with a huge range of products.
- A money back guarantee.
Daily High Club Cons
- The Connoisseur box is fairly basic.
- Overseas customers may have to wait a long time to get their box.