Monday, July 30, 2007

Amazon Groceries

At the beginning of the month Amazon Associates sent me an email that they are basically trying to get more people to buy groceries through them. I usually disregard emails like this but I decided to take a look and noticed some pretty good prices on things we actually buy like CLIF bars and Seventh Generation diapers. Like anything I can't recommend anything to anyone that I haven't tried but I do buy stuff from Amazon so if they have something you need it is worth looking to save yourself some money by clicking on one of the anoying Amazon banners in this post.

Another interesting feature they've added is the "subscribe and save 15%". You choose to subscribe to the item and it will be shipped automatically to you every 1, 2, 3 or 6 months at a 15% discount. I haven't used this yet but it sounds interesting for those things like diapers that we know we will use.

Here is Amazon's marketing blurb:

"Why market Amazon Grocery products to your customers? Amazon Grocery offers over 22,000 non-perishable items including some of your favorite brands, shipped to your door, just like any other purchase. We've also recently introduced the Subscribe and Save program, which is a great way to save money on items you use routinely. Your visitor can sign up for routine convenient delivery of products such as coffee pods, shampoo, laundry detergent and diapers and receive a 15% discount off Amazon's already low prices and free shipping on these items."

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