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Amazon Grocery Deals & Coupons

Posted on Monday, December 14th, 2009 at 3:51 pm
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I’m excited to announce that we now have some new Amazon.com coupons that are grocery related. It took me a long time to think about Amazon in terms of groceries. After all, they are the place to go for books, or video games, or toys, or DVDs. At least that is where I would look first for those categories. But, I converted to buying groceries on Amazon when I first saw great deals on diapers and then again on my favorite hot chocolate.

This link will take you to all of the Amazon grocery deals as well as the clickable coupons. Scroll through to find the ones that you want.

There are a couple of Amazon grocery deals that I want to point out to you that I think are worth checking out.

Amazon – $10 off $29+ eligible Nestle Tollhouse products.

During the holidays, I go through so many chocolate chips, I could probably build a mountain with them, or at least a small and yummy hill.

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Amazon – $5 off $50+ eligible Mopure maple products.
This is great for gift baskets as well as for your own use at home.

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Amazon – $3 off Disney Honey Pure Clover, 16-Ounce Container (Pack of 6).

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Save up to 25% on any eligible Kraft Baking products sold by Amazon.com

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Amazon – $15 off $39+ eligible Nescafe Dolce Gusto products.

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Amazon – $15 off $39+ eligible Coffee-Mate and Taster`s Choice products.

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Clickable coupons include:

$3 off Country Time Drink Mix
$2.50 off Taco Bell Bowlz
$2 off Honey Tree Strawberry Honey Gel
$2 off Honey Tree Clover Honey Gel
$3 off Honey Tree Sugar Free Imitation Honey.

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Also, don’t forget that you can get a free Amazon Prime 30 Day Trial Membership through this link.

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