Amazon grocery shopping has never been easier than it is today. This is because you now have multiple ways to order groceries, and each service offers you unique saving opportunities. For starters, one of the best ways to take advantage of all of Amazon’s delivery services is to sign up for Amazon Prime. Let’s take a look at a few tips that will help you save money while grocery shopping on Amazon.
Use Amazon Pantry to beat Walmart prices
You should know that most items available via the Amazon Pantry tend to be competitively priced to match Walmart prices. You may also get an extra percentage off on many items like cereal, crackers, household cleaning supplies, and more. Make sure to order over $35 worth of Amazon Pantry items so that you don’t have to pay for shipping.
Save 15% on household items with Subscribe & Save
Pick any five things that you need every month using Amazon’s Subscribe & Save service. By doing so, you’ll easily save 15% right off the bat on everything from feminine hygiene products to toilet paper, and paper plates to laundry detergent.
Get Amazon credit when your Prime shipment is late
Amazon stands firmly by its Prime shipping promise. In fact, if your shipment is even one day late, they’ll give you a credit. You can download online apps that will monitor your shipments and set you up to easily request Amazon credit for anything that arrives late - totally free.
“Clip” Amazon’s coupons online to save on groceries
If you’d like to save more on groceries, avoid being brand-loyal, and buy whichever brand has a coupon when shopping on Amazon. Amazon coupons range from $0.35 off up to $10 off, depending on the price of your product.
Get 20% off baby supplies like diapers through Amazon Family
On setting up a recurring shipment of at least five qualifying items, you’ll get 20% off through Amazon Family. This is an awesome way to avoid going to the store, especially when you have a baby. Plus, you could get a discount on rarely-discounted items like formula.
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