I’m starting to buy more groceries from Amazon, when the price per unit is less than I can get even with a sale and a coupon. For instance, yesterday, I bought four 16-oz bags of Bob’s Red Mill Baking Powder for $10.25 with Subscribe & Save (which I’ll later cancel) – that’s 16 cents/ounce, whereas I was looking at 37 cents per ounce at Ralphs. I’ve been using a lot of baking powder, what with all of the biscuits and quick breads I’ve been making, so this makes sense for me. I recently discovered that there is a Grocery Deal of the Day as well as daily Lightning Deals on the same page. Today’s deal is on MOCAFE Precious Divinity Spiced Chai Tea Mix, and the Lightning Deals include Diet Pepsi at 10 a.m. PST and organic maple syrup at 2 p.m. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
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