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Amazon Family subscribe service

If you are a mom that shops Amazon often, you probably already know about Amazon Family. But if you don’t, then this might be a game changer for you. Read on to see how you can save on your next Amazon purchase.

Alright, so Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program (also called Amazon Family) is saving you money when you sign up to purchase an item every month (or every couple months, etc. – you get to choose how often you subscribe). Let’s say you want to sign up to get diapers every month. You know, that big ginormous box of diapers that will mean less trips to the store. Here’s how it works.

First, search Amazon for the diapers you want to purchase. Personally, we go with Huggies because they seem to be more absorbent and comfortable for her. Once you find the diapers you want, choose a size…

Amazon Subscribe and Save
Amazon’s Subscribe & Save Option

Now you can see there, these diapers normally sell for $38.99 but because I’m a Amazon Prime member, I can get 20% off when I Subscribe & Save. Now if you’re not a Prime member, you’ll still get 5% off when you sign up for the subscription, but obviously the better deal is if you are a Prime member.

With 20% off on your purchases, who needs to go into the store and use coupons? Not me!

Hope you find this helpful! Enjoy the savings 🙂

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Sarah is a mom, wife, and creative saver. She enjoys thrifting for treasure, clipping coupons when necessary, and scouring the web for the hottest deals. She currently lives with her family in Minnesota and is known for her savviness in frugality and her blog; The Real Housewives of Minnesota.