So I recently began looking more carefully at our budget and realized we were spending quite a bit on groceries and household products. And while I like the IDEA of couponing, the reality is difficult for me, largely because I live in Alaska, where our coupon inserts are very sparse and food prices are extremely high.
So I began blog-hopping and discovered something I had never heard of - Amazon's Subscribe & Save. Amazon.com sells groceries, and with Subscribe & Save you can get an additional 15% off if you sign up to have them delivered at certain intervals (1, 2, 3, or 6 months). Amazon also has their own coupons and coupon codes. And shipping is FREE for any amount, which is a huge plus if you are one of my Alaskan friends! You can easily cancel or change the frequency of your delivery at any time.
Right now Amazon.com has a 10% off code for Kellogg's cereals, plus an additional 15% off if you do the Subscribe & Save. The cereal comes in at under $2/box, which is not great for those who can do couponing, but in Alaska, that's a pretty great price. This extra 10% off ends March 31st.
I got 4 of the 16-oz. boxes of Raisin Bran for $6.97 shipped, or about $1.75 per box. Not too bad!
So go check out Amazon's Subscribe & Save service!
Does anyone else use Subscribe & Save? What are some of the good deals?