One of the things I talk a lot about is using the Subscribe and Save Feature on Amazon. I realized last week that I’ve been mentioning this a lot without really explaining exactly how Subscribe and Save Works.
Amazon offers a Feature on a lot of Everyday Household Items called Subscribe and Save. When you sign up for this service you are requesting that Amazon send you that specific item every couple of months. (You choose 1 month, 2 months, 3 months or 6 months)
Because you are Signing Up for Automatic Deliveries Amazon Gives you a 15% discount off the current price!!! You also get FREE Shipping on All Subscribe and Save Orders.
Canceling your Subscribe and Save Subscription is Easy. You just need to wait till after your order arrives to cancel, then go to the My Account Section of your Amazon Account and click on Manage Subscribe and Save. You can cancel your subscriptions at any time with no obligation by clicking on the cancel button for that item.
To Purchase an Item with Subscribe and Save you just check the button for Subscribe and Save rather than for One Time Delivery. Then select your delivery frequency. I always choose 6 months because it’s the longest time period and that gives me the most time to decide if I want to keep the subscription or cancel it.
You can see the price you will pay after the 15% Discount before clicking the Subscribe Now Button. Then you just complete your transaction like normal.
One of my Favorite Items right now is the Charmin Ultra Strong Toilet Paper. These Mega Rolls are like 4 rolls in 1 but right now you can save an additional 10% off the Subscribe and Save Price when you use the Amazon Promotional Code PAPERSNS at Checkout.
You will pay just $44.91 including shipping for 48 MEGA Rolls of Charmin Ultra Strong. That’s like paying $0.93 per mega roll which is equal to $0.23 per regular roll. That’s a great price considering it includes tax and shipping!
Here are a few items you might want to check out in the Household Department. I’ve been finding recently that the prices on Amazon are very comparable to Big Box Stores especially if you are Brand Loyal.
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