August 2, 2009


Gluten-Free Products on Amazon

I have ordered gluten-free products from Amazon but have never taken advantage of their subscribe and save program.  It is definitely something worth considering.  The program offers an extra 15% off, plus free shipping. You subscribe to have the products delivered ever one, two, three or six months, but you can change your delivery schedule or cancel at any time.
The extra 15% savings and free shipping can really make a difference.  The catch is figuring out how often you will need something and making sure you don’t end up with too much. 
They have a great list of gluten-free products that are eligible for their subscribe and save program, including the new Betty Crocker gluten-free mixes, as well as gluten-free mixes from Bob's Red Mill, Pamela's, and The Gluten-Free Pantry.
Do you use the subscribe and save program?  If so, how do you like it?


Wow, you have a new look--cute! I like the colors. :-)

I never order gf specialty foods (just don't use enough of them), but I'll pass this info along to my support group.

I've used the save and subscribe and its great. I always set it for 6 months and then if you need it more frequent you can change your frequency status or request them to send one now. Its great and makes everything substantially cheaper than in the store.
I do use the Amazon subscribe and save program to buy Pamela's pancake and baking mix. I used to purchase The Gluten-Free Pantry sandwich bread mix, too, but they have removed it from the program. It's a great way to save money on GF products. And free shipping, too.
A friend mentioned this to me but I haven't looked into it...maybe I should because the savings sounds quite significant!! Thanks.
We use it for the Pamela's Pancake mix and the Pamela's bread mix. It saves money--$4-$5 per bag of pancake mix.
Just wanted to say that I love the new look!
I like your new look too! Very cheerful :)

About Amazon, I've not heard of that before and will take a look it sounds interesting. With a big family it may work but I'd be worried about being "stuck" (though I know you said not really stuck) buying products I didn't need as often or use otherwise. You now what I mean? A deal is only a deal as long as you are already getting the product! :)

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