Amazon Deals: Huggies, Finish Tabs, Ramen Noodles and More

If you don’t have time to shop drugstore deals with coupons then Amazon deals are a great alternative.  In fact, sometimes Amazon sale prices even beat grocery and drugstore sale prices.  And the awesome thing is, you can shop from your own home and even use your Swagbucks to pay for your Amazon purchase!

Here’s a list of current Amazon deals.  Keep in mind that Amazon prices can change at any time so I can’t guarantee how long these prices will be valid.  Also, remember that you can cancel your Subscribe & Save order at any time.  With the Subscribe & Save option, unless you cancel the subscription, you will continue to get that order regularly.  So if you only want to get an item one time, AFTER the order arrives, simply go to “My Account” then “Subscriptions” to cancel your Subscribe & Save subscription.  (It works best for me to do this as soon as the order arrives that way I don’t forget!)

* Huggies Snug & Dry diapers are also on sale.  There is a $2.00 coupon that you can clip.  Be sure to do this!  The prices shown below reflect the price WITH the coupon and Subscribe & Save.

* Pampers SoftCare Baby Fresh Wipes, 720 Count are priced at $17.07 or $0.02/wipe with Subscribe & Save.  Be sure to clip the $0.50 coupon to get this price!  This is an excellent price- I try not to pay more than $0.02/wipe.

* Green Mountain Coffee Hot Cocoa, 24-Count K-Cups (Pack of 2) are priced at only $16.00 right now.  That makes them only $0.33/cup!

* Wash your dishes for less!  Finish Powerball Tablets, 32-Count are on sale for $5.67 with Subscribe & Save.  Use coupon code RBSCLEAN at checkout to save an additional 20%, bringing your total down to just $4.54 or $0.14/tablet!

* HAPPYBABY Organic Baby Food, Stage 2, Apple & Cherry, 3.5-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16) are on sale for $16.88 with Subscribe & Save, making them just $1.06/pouch.

* Maruchan Ramen, Shrimp, 3-Ounce Packages (Pack of 24) are only $4.14 or $0.17/pack.

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  1. by Alicia

    On May 2, 2012 at 12:42 am

    This is not “frugal” it is a coupon. Awesome? Yes…. but if you are saying frugal then how about NON disposable diapers??