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What’s in your Amazon Subscribe & Save order? I’ve used (and loved) my Subscribe & Save account for over two years, and I’ve streamlined my orders to maximize my savings. Note: if you don’t have a Subscribe & Save account, or if you have no idea what I’m talking about, read “Automate Your Shopping” first.
The items below are my “top” items. Throughout the year, if I find a product that I love or consistently find at a great price, I’ll add it to the list. Check back for updates, or follow along on Facebook (I’ll share this list whenever I make updates).
Sometimes I find these items cheaper than I do at other times (Amazon’s prices change often), but I don’t try to stock up and buy ten tubes of mascara when it’s on sale (I’ve learned my lesson the hard way). Instead, these are the items that I normally find cheaper on Amazon than they are in the store.
What’s in my Subscribe & Save shipment:
Many of these items frequently have coupons, so make sure that you select the coupon (if it’s available) before adding each item to your order. If no coupon is available, check again before your subscription ships.
What’s in your Subscribe & Save shipment? I love the convenience (and savings) of Subscribe & Save, and even my kids get excited about our monthly shipments! I love knowing that I can get these items delivered at a cheaper price than I could buy them in a grocery store.