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I have to admit, I love the convenience of having things delivered right to my door.   I don’t want to pay a lot for that convenience but I do factor it in when comparing the price of having something delivered and the price of getting it at the store myself.  This is a little more than I would pay in store (by comparison, I just got the same product for $.94 after coupons at Target) but it’s shipped to my door!  Plus, if you have Amazon gift cards then it’s as good as free!

Get Tampax Radiant Plastic Unscented Tampons, Regular Absorbency, 16 Count for just $1.97 SHIPPED! Here’s how:

  • Click HERE.
  • Scroll down to the middle of the page and look for the $2.00 coupon and “clip this coupon”
  • Go back to the top of the page and look for the blue box on the right side.
  • Select “subscribe and save” and then select the frequency from the drop down menu (you can set it to 6 months to give yourself plenty of time to cancel)
  • Click “Subscribe Now” to checkout.
  • Final price is $1.97!

You must choose Subscribe & Save to get the free shipping (and it takes another 5% off the price!)  You can cancel after your first order ships and you will not be charged for any other shipments.

If you don’t want the Subscribe and Save Option you can still get these for $2.18 and shipped free with an additional purchase of $25 (just be sure to clip the coupon on the page before adding to your order!)  If you’re doing the Amazon Buy 3 Get 1 Free deal you’ll easily have a $25 order to add these too!

Thanks A Frugal Chick!

 
About The Author

Tabitha

Tabitha is a wife, mom and deal blogger. She loves using coupons and saving money! Check out her blog for everything from store deals and money saving tips to fun things for kids and recipes!

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