I recently started a discussion, More Ways to Save When Buying Gluten Free Foods – Buying in Bulk, at the Udi’s Gluten Free Community. Some of my tips included shopping at warehouse stores and asking for case discounts at your favorite health food store.
I also mentioned Amazon's Subscribe & Save service, and wanted to make sure you knew about it as well.
Amazon’s Subscribe & Save
With Amazon's Subscribe & Save, you can get 5 to 15% off and free shipping on automatic monthly deliveries. All you need to do is select an eligible item, choose a quantity and delivery schedule, then create your subscription. (In most cases you can choose to have deliveries every month, every two months, etc., up to once every six moths.) Easy!
Afterwards, Amazon will automatically place your orders and deliver them to you at the interval you select. You can easily change the flavor or size of an item, skip a delivery, or get an extra delivery when you need it. In addition, there are no commitments, obligations, or fees and you can cancel a subscription at any time.
I love Amazon's Subscribe & Save because it help me purchase healthy and gluten free foods that I normally buy at a better price than I get at my grocery store. For the harder to find items, I don’t have to spend time driving to far away health food stores either.
However, using Amazon's Subscribe & Save does mean that I have to buy in bulk most of the time, but that’s OK because I have the storage room to do so. If you don’t, trying going “halfsies” with a friend, coworker or family member.
Some of my favorite Subscribe & Save products
- Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice Cereal (Gluten Free, Organic)
- Bisquick Pancake and Baking Mix, Gluten-Free
- Bob's Red Mill All-Purpose Gluten-Free Baking Flour
- Udi's Gluten Free Granola, Original
- Glutino Gluten Free Original Crackers
- Madhava Organic Blonde Coconut Sugar
- Madhava Organic Agave Nectar - Amber
- Native Forest Organic Light Coconut Milk
- Sweet Leaf Vanilla Creme Flavored Liquid Stevia
What other ways do you save on gluten free products?
How else do you save on gluten free products? Let’s discuss below at Udi’s Gluten Free Community!
Disclosure: As a Udi's Gluten Free Community Leader I'm compensated for my time and efforts on their behalf.