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  • My Subscribe & Save Items This Month, Paid for with Swag Bucks!

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    Amazon Subscribe & Save can be a great way to save money, even on items you don’t use all the time – you’ll get a 5% discount with every order (and make that a 15% discount with 5+ Subscribe & Save orders shipping in the same month!). With Subscribe & Save, you can adjust the delivery intervals to as long as every six months, easily skip shipments, or even cancel subscriptions. Plus, Subscribe & Save orders ship free once a month, so you don’t have to meet the $25 minimum for Free Super Saver Shipping.

    I thought I would share what I’m getting this month, and maybe you can let me know what you’re getting so we can see what the best deals are!

    Philips Sonicare for Kids Replacement Brush Heads 2 Pack – $11.76 after 15% Subscribe & Save Discount {before tax}

    My dentist stopped expressing concern about my oral health after I started using a Sonicare over ten years ago. So when my son got his first cavity, I purchased a Sonicare for Kids toothbrush for him, and the dentist has been much happier with the condition of his teeth since.

    The only problem is that while the Target near me sells the toothbrush, they don’t sell the replacement heads. Fortunately, I’m able to get a good deal at Amazon!

    Bare Fruit Natural Gluten Free Crunchy Baked Apple Chips, Fuji Red, 0.53-Ounce Bags (Pack of 24) – $19.92 after 15% Subscribe & Save discount

    My kids love these dried apples, and I love that there are no other ingredients besides apples. They’re a little pricey, but I feel they’re worth it since they can be a healthy option when we’re on the go (and we’re on the go a lot on weekends).

    Having said that, I’m on the lookout for a good recipe for homemade dried apples that doesn’t require a dehydrator so we can have this snack at home, too!

    Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Organic Sucanat, 16-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 12) – $38.90 after 15% Subscribe & Save discount

    The price per bag works out to $2.43. The regular price for a 2-pound bag is $7-8 at Whole Foods, and even on sale, the cheapest I’ve ever seen the 2-pound bags is $5.99. So this Subscribe & Save deal is a great one if you’re looking to use less processed sugar. It did take my family some time to get used to the flavor of sucanat, but I use it regularly now.

    I first learned about sucanat by reading this post at Heavenly Homemakers.

    Balance Bar, Cookie Dough 6-Count – $4.56 after 15% Subscribe & Save discount

    The price works out to $0.76 per bar, which is pretty good for not using coupons. (With coupons, I can get the price under $0.70 each, but there aren’t always coupons available.)

    I’m not the biggest fan of energy bars myself, but as I mentioned previously, we tend to be on the go a lot on weekends. {Those of you with kids active in sports can probably relate.} There are many mornings when we are out the door before 7:30, so breakfast has to be eaten on the way to wherever we’re going … and energy bars are an easy, quick breakfast to eat in the car, at least for the adults.

    Brita On Tap Faucet Water Filter System Replacement Filters, Chrome, 2 Count – $22.44 after 15% Subscribe & Save discount {before tax}

    I don’t know why the chrome filters are always cheaper than the white ones, but they are, even in-store. Unfortunately, Costco only sells the Brita pitcher filters, and even on sale, Target’s price for a chrome 2-pack is close to $30. So this is a fantastic price.

    Best of all, I was able to pay for all of these items with Amazon gift certificates I earned through Swagbucks! To learn more about Swagbucks, including how you could win a $50 gift card of your choice, go here.

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