…and Kroger even posts the nutrition labels for each item, so that I can avoid purchasing something containing an undesirable ingredient, such as high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oil, aspartame, or the like?
It looks like there is no shipping charge if you select SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE:
Sorry, i didn’t understand your abbreviation in the original post.
QUESTION: Do you think there would be any repercussions by Amazon for regularly subscribing to sunscribe and save just to save the 5% off and the shipping charge and then canceling the subscription as soon as the order ships? I don’t want to have my account closed.
Actually, the title of the OP should say “S&S” or “Subscribe & Save” instead of “FSSS” because S&S is required to get the $3.54 price.
For years, I’ve created new subscriptions countless times just to use the coupon and cancelled after the item ships/before the next shipment. Sometimes I’ll never ever purchase that item again, but there are several items I’ll repurchase regularly/multiple times by waiting until there is a new coupon every time before I create a new S&S order and then cancelling each subscription after the order ships.
I’ve never had the slightest problem doing this in over a decade… but I also only do S&S orders when I have 5 items to get 15% off instead of 5% off (I get a lot of grocery staples cheaply by reordering them through S&S and skipping deliveries on each item if I don’t need it yet). I also place S&S orders at least 10 months out of the year, so maybe I haven’t had a problem due to the volume I spend on S&S (about $50 monthly).
However, I really think if you are not violating the terms of each coupon, you should be fine (take a screenshot/copy the terms and paste them into a reply to yourself in the order confirmation email if you’re really worried). There is no language I’ve ever noticed in their coupon terms that obligates you to making “x” number of future subscription or non-subscription purchases if you redeem the coupon. Also, if your account is in good standing and you’re a long time customer, I’d think they’d send you a warning before suspending your account.
It would do pretty well as a standalone media player, but next time the Moto e4 goes on sale, that definitely edges out the Asus 2E for playing music or video, with 2GB/16GB, fast charging, and Android 7.1. The problem with the e4 is that the dirt-cheap version only works on Verizon Prepay, and there’s no feasible way to unlock it for use with anything else.
If you have access to the coupon inserts in the Sunday newpaper, today there were several coupons for skin care products which would make this an even better deal: $1 and $3 off Nivea, $1, $2 and $3 off Eucerin, $1.50 and $2 off Cetaphil.
I just have to hide the products I buy that don’t have the little bunny logo signifying they do not test on animals. Otherwise our 6-year-old granddaughter will very matter-of-factly mention “there’s rabbit’s blood lotion in your bathroom” again.
@gremln007 as with all YMMV/B&M deals, you are taking a chance. If you live 10+ miles away, maybe you don’t check it out. On the other hand if you pass by regularly it might be worth checking out. All depends on whether you can use it.