Amazon Subscribe And Save Review

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Have you heard of Amazon’s Subscribe And Save program and want to know more? Maybe this is the first time you hear of it. Either way, you’re in the right place as I will explain what it is and what it’s about below.

How it works

Suppose you already have an Amazon account you just login into your account, if you don’t have account, create one and you’ll have access to this great program. Search for products that you’d like to have delivered to your door every month or choose to have it sent every 2 months, 3 months, etc.

You’ll know that the product is available for subscribe and save just under the product picture. Suppose you wish to add it to your subscriptions, simply click on subscribe and Amazon guides you the rest of the way. Plus, delivery is FREE!

Ridiculous Amount Of Products

There are literally THOUSANDS of products to choose from. Everything from toilet paper to paper towels, makeup to shampoo, cleaning products, baby wipes and diapers, laundry essentials, even pantry items! A great item for parents to save with on this program is formula. I used to pay $50 in-store for formula until I found this program. I paid close to $35 through amazon subscriptions. That kind of savings makes for happy parents.

Easily Add Products

As I said previously, it’s super easy to add the products you want to your monthly delivery. You can access the program as a whole instead of searching for products too right from the main menu. I’ve inserted the link HERE to make it easier for you.

Additional Ways To Save

When you add items to your subscribe and save you will be getting a 5% discount on all the items. Suppose you add 5 or more items to your subscriptions then you get 15% off each item. Add as many products as you want or need to.

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When you’re an Amazon Prime member you get another perk in the subscribe and save program! This one is GREAT for parents. You unlock 20% off diapers! This is one that I’ve been using for years. I’ve saved so much on diapers with this program, it’s awesome! Click HERE to learn more.

Monthly Deliveries On Products You Choose

You choose how often you get your items. Let’s say you choose a product that you go through quick enough that you’d need it again in a month, then you choose to get it monthly. If it’s an item that you would need less often you can choose to have it sent to you less often, up to 6 months apart.

Let’s say for example you can’t afford your next shipment you can also choose to skip the next delivery.

Monthly E-mail

You get a monthly e-mail about a week before they ship out your items so you can revise your order and change or cancel anything if needed.

Easy Cancellation

There’s no commitment and easy cancellation. As soon as you hit the cancel button you can cancel items, a whole order or your entire subscription altogether.

To Wrap It All Up

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I’ve been using Amazon’s Subscribe And Save program for 2 years now and I love it. I’ve saved a lot of money, especially on formula and diapers. Suppose you’re not sure if it’s for you, you can always give it a try. If you don’t like it, simply cancel. Honestly, it’s that simple.

In my opinion it’s worth the try. I didn’t know anything about it when I first started and now I’m crazy about it. I can get items on Amazon that I can’t find in grocery stores where I live so that’s another big advantage.

Do you or have you used Amazon Subscribe and Save? Do you agree or disagree with my take on the subscription program from Amazon? Comment below to let me know what you think.

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