Amazon Snack Foods Round-Up: Capri Sun, Keebler, Nabisco + more!

I love Amazon grocery deals!  Lately, I have found many deals that are cheaper than what I would spend at my local grocery store and they are shipped right to my house for FREE, so you can’t beat the convenience.  Plus, I’ve been earning Amazon gift cards, which helps cut my out of pocket expenses!  Make sure you check out my post about six ways to earn Amazon gift cards here!

Here’s your latest snack foods round-up:

Capri Sun Juice Drink, Strawberry Kiwi 10 count, 6 ounce pouches (4 boxes, 40 drinks total) – $7.02 with Subscribe & Save

Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters Flavored Water beverage, Tropical Fruit, 10 count, 6 ounce pouches (4 boxes, 40 drinks total) – $7.07 with Subscribe & Save

Capri Sun Juice Drink, Strawberry 10 count, 6 ounce pouches (4 boxes, 40 drinks total) – $7.05 with Subscribe & Save

You can also score Crystal Light for cheap!  You can get a 4 pack of Crystal Light Lemonade Drink Mix for just $5.25 shippedThese are usually $2.99-$3.99 each at my stores, so even if you have coupons, this is still an awesome deal.  I got mine for just $.25 after my $5 gift card from Swagbucks.

This month, you can save 30% off select Kellogg’s snacks on Amazon when you enter the codeKELLSNAX at check-out and take advantage of Subscribe & Save!  Right now, you can get the Keebler/Kellogg Variety Pack, which includes 24 bags of Chips Deluxe, Sandies, and Rice Krispies Treats 100 calorie snacks for just $6.37 shipped!  Make sure you check out the rest of the Amazon grocery and snack deals in my round-up here!

Here’s the breakdown on this deal:

1.  Go here to access the Keebler/Kellogg Variety Pack

2.  On the right, choose the “Subscribe & Save” option and a delivery schedule.  You can cancel Subscribe & Save at any time after you receive your order.  I always choose a six month delivery schedule so that I have plenty of time to cancel.  They will also send you a reminder e-mail before your next order ships.

3.  Enter the code KELLSNAX at check-out.  Subscribe & Save deliveries always ship for free, so your total should be $6.37 shipped!  The regular price is $13.66, so this is a great deal!


Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers, Original, 13.7 ounce boxes (4 ct) – $8.81 with Subscribe & Save

Cheez-It Reduced Fat Baked Snack Crackers 11.5 ounce boxes (4 ct) – $8.81 with Subscribe & Save

Keebler Gripz Variety Pack (Cheez-It, Chips Deluxe, Grahams Cinnamon) – includes three 14-count boxes – $9.89 with Subscribe & Save

Keebler Cookie & Cracker Assortment (36 count packages) – $10.75 (doesn’t have a Subscribe & Save option right now, but is eligible for free shipping with Prime or free Super Saver Shipping when you spend $25 or more)

Nabisco Mini Variety Pack (Chips Ahoy!, Nutter Butter, Mini Oreos) – includes two 12-ct snack packs – $6.77 with Subscribe & Save (this dropped $2 in price!)

Teddy Grahams Snacks – two 12-ct boxes – $6.77 with subscribe & save

Special K Cereal Bars Variety Pack (36 ct) – $10.78 (there is not a Subscribe & Save option, but there is free shipping with Prime or free Super Saver Shipping when you spend $25 or more!)

The Rice Krispies Treats – 3 flavor variety pack (40 count treats) are back in stock for just $10.80I bought some for my kids last week!  They love these things!

Here are a few grocery deals:


If you love Ragu, right now they have Ragu Pasta Sauce, Robusto 7 Herb Tomato (4 pack, 45 ounce bottles) for $9.79 with Subscribe & SaveThat’s just $2.45 per bottle! The bigger bottles are usually close to $4 at my stores, so this is a great deal!

Right now, you can also get Skippy Peanut Butter, Super Chunk 16.3 ounce jars (Pack of 6) for just $8.87 shipped after Subscribe & Save. That’s just $1.48 per jar!


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Amazon: HSI 1″ Ceramic Tourmaline Ionic Flat Iron only $49.99 (regularly $299!)

Amazon has a HOT deal right now! You can get this HSI 1″ CERAMIC TOURMALINE IONIC FLAT IRON HAIR STRAIGHTENER for just $49.99. The regular price on this is $299 and the reviews are great, so this is a steal and probably won’t last long!

Here are the product features:

  • Straighten, flip and curl your hair
  • Adjustable temperature from 240 oF to 410oF (120oC – 200oC) to suit for all hair types
  • Ceramic/tourmaline ion plates to give a shinier, silkier result in lesser time
  • 1 inch plate width, wide enough for any hair length and hair types, yet narrow enough for bangs
  • Transform frizzy, dull hair into gorgeously straight, sleek locks

Hurry and grab one for yourself here before it’s gone!!

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Get a $20 Amazon gift card for just $10 from Living Social!! ($5 if you open a new account!)

WOW! Living Social has a HOT deal right now! You can get a $20 Amazon gift card for just $10! 

This is a HOT deal that I promise won’t last long!   As you know, I’m an Amazon addict, so I was really excited to see this deal!

If you’re not familiar with Living Social, it’s a “Daily Deals” site similar to Groupon. Here’s how you can take advantage of this hot deal:

1.  Log into your Living Social account here (or create one here if you don’t have oneyou’ll get a $5 credit automatically!!)

2.  Then, log into your Swagbucks account and click on “Special Offers” and then “Trialpay.”  Living Social should be one of the offers on the Trialpay wall!  Click through that link and you’ll get 280 Swagbucks, too!

3.  Click on the blue “Buy Now” button, enter your information, and you’re done!  They should e-mail you the code!

Limit One Per Person, No Gifting Allowed.  The card does not expire!

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31 Ways to Save in 2011: Save using Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program!


Have you checked out Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program yet? If you don’t feel like paying for a membership to BJs, Costco, or Sam’s, you don’t have time to play the “drug store game” or you’re looking for affordable prices on household goods, you should definitely check out subscribe & save! Even though I still shop at CVS and Walgreens, I have found some deals on items such as batteries, toilet paper, and laundry detergent over the past few months using Subscribe & Save that were better than what I could get using coupons and ECBs or RRs.

Yesterday I talked about ways that you can earn Amazon gift cards in this post here.  It’s so awesome to be able to get items that you need for FREE!  Plus, with Subscribe & Save, you can get anywhere from 15-30% off!

Here’s how it works:

1.  Select an eligible item from participating products here.

2.  Choose a quantity and a delivery schedule from the box on the right hand side of your screen (you change this information or cancel at any time by clicking on “Your Account” and then “Manage Subscribe & save”)

3.  Enter payment information and click on “Sign me up”

NOTE:  I always choose six months as my delivery schedule and then I usually go in and cancel after I receive my shipment so that I can watch for deals the next time I need the item.

TIP:  Always check out the coupon center here to see if there are coupons you can “clip” to apply discounts at check-out.  I have noticed that Amazon has begun including the links to the coupons in the product listings as well, so make sure you scroll down in the listing to see if any coupons are available (they are usually listed under the pricing information).  These coupons are one time use.

Here are some products that are worth checking out:

Charmin Ultra Strong, Mega Rolls, 352 2-ply sheets per roll – $19.36 with the subscribe & save discount and clipless couponOne Mega Roll is the equivalent of four traditional rolls, so it’s like you’re getting 72 traditional rolls. This breaks down to $1.07 per mega roll ($.27 per traditional roll) or $.03 per sheet, which is a pretty good deal, especially for 2 ply toilet paper!  My “stock up” price for the “good stuff” 2-ply is $.30 per roll.

Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridge, 8 ct – $19.80 with the subscribe & save discountThese are $26.99-$29.99 at most retail stores and they rarely have coupons or deals for them!

Philips Sonicare ProResults Brush Heads – $16.46 with the Subscribe & Save discountthese are $29.99 on average at most retail stores and there are rarely coupons or deals for them!

Prevacid 24 Hr Capsules – 42 ct – $10.19 with the Subscribe & Save discountThese are $24.99-$29.99 on average at most retail stores and even with coupons, they are more expensive than Amazon!

Zyrtec Allergy, 24 Hour 10 mg tablets (45 count) – $14.42 with the Subscribe & Save discountThese retail between $26.99-$29.99, and even with coupons and/or ECB/RR deals, you can’t beat this price! (Make sure you click on the “Buy Directly From Amazon” link)

One of my FAVORITE Subscribe & Save deals is the diaper deals and the Amazon Mom program

If you haven’t joined Amazon Mom yet, it’s definitely worth it.  Your subscription is completely free and in addition to getting great savings on diapers, you also get other great coupons via e-mail.  They are currently offering 30% off select diapers and wipes when you choose the subscribe & save optionYou can sign up for Amazon Mom or learn more about the program by clicking hereAmazon Mom will also give you a free three month subscription to Amazon Prime, which entitles you to free two day shipping, no minimum purchase required.  You can cancel your subscribe & save at ANY time (make sure you receive your order first!)

You can use the 20% January’s American Baby Magazine  in addition to the 30% Amazon Mom discount!  You can only use one coupon per order and the 20% will only come off one item.  They usually have these magazines for free at Babies’ R Us!

Here are some examples of the hot diaper deals you can get right now by combining these two promotions (the full listing of participating subscribe & save diapers is here):

Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers size 3 – 156 count – $22.34 after the Amazon Mom discount ($15.96 if you have a 20% off coupon – that’s $.10 per diaper!)

Huggies Little Movers Diapers size 3 – 124 count – $22.93 after the Amazon Mom discount ($16.38 if you have a 20% off coupon – that’s $.13 per diaper!)

Pampers Cruisers Diapers size 4 – 140 count – $27.06 after the Amazon Mom discount and the $1.50 clippable coupon which appears below the pricing information ($18.90 if you have a 20% off coupon – that’s 13.5 cents per diaper!)

Luvs Size 4 180 count – $24.50 after the Amazon Mom discount ($17.50 if you have a 20% off coupon – that’s $.09 per diaper!)

Seventh Generation Chlorine Free diapers – size 4 – 120 count – $27.99 after the Amazon Mom discount ($19.99 if you have the 20% off coupon – that’s $.16 per diaper!)

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31 Ways to Save in 2011: Six ways to "fund" your Amazon addiction!


If you’ve been reading my blog for long, then you know I have a bit of an Amazon addiction. I cringe when I hear people say that they have Amazon gift cards that they won’t use because “they can’t really find much on Amazon.”  Over the past year, I’ve bought all sorts of things our family “needs” ranging from diapers and Pull Ups to batteries, a booster seat, over the counter medication, toilet paper, laundry detergent, and razor blades along with some fun things like toys, movies, and books!  The best part is that I’ve spent very little out of pocket on these items because I’ve been able to pay for them using gift cards!

Here are some ideas for ways that you can earn gift cards to fund your Amazon addiction and stick to your budget, too!

1.  Change jar ~ Since we use cash only, last year, my husband and I decided to start a change jar where we would keep all of the change we earned from purchases.  We were very surprised that we accumulated almost $200 last year by doing this!  Part of it went to help pay for a family vacation we took last summer.  The rest of it was “cashed in” for Amazon gift cards to buy Christmas gifts.  When you visit a Coinstar machine, you have the option of “cashing out” but then you have to pay 9.8 cents per dollar. They also have an option where you can get “free coin counting” if you opt for a gift card or gift certificate instead. Amazon is one of the choices and the e-certificates you get for Amazon never expire! They also offer gift cards for Albertson’s, Borders, Cabela’s, CVS, Eddie Bauer, iTunes, JC Penney, Lowe’s, Old Navy,, Regal Entertainment Group, and Starbucks.  We’ve already started filling our change jar again this year and my husband got me a cool digital coin counting cup as a stocking stuffer.  I can’t wait to see how much money we save this way this year!

2.  E-Poll ~ is a survey site that I have been with for several years now.  The surveys are typically fairly easy and usually relate to TV shows.  I usually get 2-3 surveys each month.  You earn points for completing the surveys which can then be exchanged for gift cards to Amazon and a number of other retailers including Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, and Red Lobster.


3.  My PointsMy Points is an easy way to earn gift cards for Amazon or a number of other retailers.  All you have to do is read the e-mails they send, print and redeem coupons, shop through links on their site, or submit Bzz Agent reports.

4.  My Survey ~ With My Survey, you earn points for completing surveys.  They will send you a short screener, which is usually worth 5-30 points and then, if you qualify for the actual survey, it is usually worth anywhere from 150-400 points.  I have also done product testing for them for everything from cleaning products to diapers.  You can “cash out” your points for a check (in $10 increments), merchandise, or gift cards.  Some of the gift cards that they offer are:  Amazon, Paypal, CVS, and Bath and Body Works.  They also offer gift cards for restaurants such as Applebee’s, Chili’s, and Cracker Barrel.

5.  Opinion Outpost ~ Opinion Outpost is a survey site.  They will send you links when you potentially qualify for a survey.  Complete the screener and if you qualify, you will be able to complete a longer survery and earn points. You earn points for completing surveys and for every 50 “opinion points” you earn, you can choose to cash out for a check, a $5 Amazon gift card, or a $5 Citibank pre-paid credit card.  I joined last March and earned $272 just for completing surveys throughout the year!  You can learn more about Opinion Outpost here.

6.  SwagbucksSwagbucks is one of my favorite “rewards” sites.  You earn points just for searching the web, which is something you do are probably doing on a daily basis anyway!  You can find out more about Swagbucks here.

Also, check with your bank to find out if they offer rewards if you use your debit card.  We recently found out that we were earning points from our bank for using our debit card and one of the participating retailers that we can cash out for gift cards with is Amazon!

By doing these simple things, you’ll be well on your way to cutting your budget on household expenses or funding your 100% cash Christmas!

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