Let’s have a little fun…
As Membership Business owners creativity is our friend, and that’s why it can be particularly discouraging when we have a mental block or when we feel like we’ve run out of good ideas.
Well here’s a list of 10 truly absurd things that are actually selling with membership…
…hopefully you find it inspiring and thought-provoking (or at the very least a laughable mental reset).
1- Skoshbox – Japanese snacks ($12 per month)
Get a new box of Japanese snacks delivered directly to your door every month!
2- Doggie Lawn ($24 per shipment)
Finally, a subscription service for busy dog owners who want nothing but the best for their pet. For one low monthly price, your dog gets a never-ending supply of fresh dog potty grass, and you get the satisfaction of knowing your dog can “go” when they want – day or night, rain or shine.
3 – Bacon Every Month Club ($59 every month)
Who doesn’t like bacon! Do you like it crispy or soft. Either way they’ve got a flavor that you’ll enjoy.
4- Moss of the Month Club ($99 every month)
What says, “I love you” like a bed of moss. Well, the people at Moss of the Month Club think, “12 months of moss lichens and more” make great Wedding Gift-Birthday Gift-Anniversary-Graduation-I Love You and More.
5- Hammock Pack ($60.00 every month)
The goal of Hammock Pack is to make you feel like you’re on vacation. Geared toward women, each pack is filled with a mix of food, bath products, housewares, and accessories you’ll only find while visiting different cities.
6- Sock Club ($11 every month)
Get premium quality socks on your feet, or the pleasure of making a loved one smile. Happiness awaits!
7- Loot Crate ($13.25 every month)
Loot Crate offers up a unique monthly box of awesome for every fandom, enthusiast group and style. Pick your crate and get excited.
Now, if they can get members selling what they’re selling, surely you can get more members, keep people from quitting and increase your profit.
What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen sold with membership? Shoot me an email at email@example.com.
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