The price on the "Extra Fresh" just dropped as well! $6.29 + Free Shipping! Extra Fresh.
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 1:35p
showing 8.39 for me
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 6:02p
"Special Offers and Product Promotions Style Name: Extra Fresh
Save 20% each on Qualifying Items offered by Amazon.com when you purchase 1 or more. Here's how (restrictions apply) "
"To receive the Best Value discount:
Add all products described in the promotion to your Shopping Cart in one of two ways: Via the “Add both to Cart” button in the promotion description, OR Via the “Add to Shopping Cart” button on each respective product information page. The amount of the Best Value discount will be reflected on the final order checkout page"
CrAzYySiMm said: showing 8.39 for me
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 7:33p
have to buy 3 packs to reach $25 or more to be allowed to check out and receive the discount.
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 11:00p
OK, I'll ask the question that has been nagging at me.....what is the draw, other than the price, for this soap? In other words, why should I use it?
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 11:22p
Sonofspam said: OK, I'll ask the question that has been nagging at me.....what is the draw, other than the price, for this soap? In other words, why should I use it?Dove, Caress, and Olay are the best of the cheap everyday soaps out there. They are not "as bad" for your skin as most out there. Each bar gives you more use than a bar of Ivory, Dial, Irish Spring, etc. These also feel better in use.
Typical sale price in-store in the NorthEast is $5 for a 6-pk. (83c each), plus tax. Sometimes $4 (67c each). If you have coupons, it becomes sweeter. It may be different in your area. Other than price, convenience is a factor for many, so decide accordingly.
At under 79c each, delivered with no tax for most, it is worth considering.
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 11:24p
Sonofspam said: OK, I'll ask the question that has been nagging at me.....what is the draw, other than the price, for this soap? In other words, why should I use it?There's a discussion of this very topic going on HERE.
posted: May. 12, 2013 @ 11:54p
Once you get to 5 separate subscriptions for the month, each of these will become $5.45. If nothing else, you can subscribe this 5 times and stock up.
posted: May. 13, 2013 @ 10:31a
Thanks aarzi and Mailman for explaining the draw, and MM for the link. That's a real discussion going on ion that Ivory soap thread!
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