i had been told about amazon and their grocery savings before but couldn't quite figure out how to use it to my advantage. sure, i love to shop online and even use freshdirect but couldn't quite cross into the land of dry goods. my first thought was to buy my lactaid in bulk. think of all the money i'd save! but then it turned out that it wasn't so cheap online and purchasing $70 worth of lactaid in one sitting made me feel....pathetic.
but everyone is looking to save a few bucks these days, so come with me my friends, learn all that amazon has to offer! hint #1 - amazon does not seem like the place to pick out a couple of fun looking snacks and order. hint #2 - it seems to be most useful for those expensive staples (i.e. my favorite organic wheat-free cereal and tea). so, if you are one of those people who has a favorite gluten-free pancake mix that you use every sunday morning, this would be the perfect place to find it. amazon even has a gluten-free section AND a nifty ordering feature where you save even more money if you order the same gluten-free item regularly. i shall be subscribing to cereal. more subscriptions to come. and yes, you have to have somewhere to store 6 boxes of cereal at once but it really isn't as bad as the costco size toilet paper or tide.
and don't forget free cone day tomorrow at ben & jerry's!