**Update: This offer has been extended through Friday, 11/30!
eMeals, an online menu planning service, takes 30% off all purchases with coupon code CYBER through Cyber Monday (11/26). This code is valid for both new and returning subscribers, which means that you can use it if you’ve subscribed to eMeals in the past and are interested in checking it out again for a time.
Plus, all eMeals members can login to their account to download a free holiday menu for up to 12 people. Choose from Classic, Clean Eating, Low Carb and Gluten Free. This menu plan includes a grocery shopping list for use at any store (along with estimated prices) and recipes for a main dish, side dishes and dessert.
I (Laura) am fairly certain that you can create an eMeals account without actually subscribing to a plan, if you’re interested in checking out the holiday menu for yourself. Thanksgiving may be past, but you may still be hosting Christmas dinner, right?
eMeals current subscription offers are these:
- 3 months = $21 ($14.70 with the coupon code = $4.90/month)
- 6 months = $35 ($24.50 with the coupon code = $4.08/month)
- 12 months = $58 ($40.60 with the coupon code = $3.38/month)
You can also add a healthy weekday lunch plan to any dinner plan for $2.60/month.
This is the best % off discount we’ll see from eMeals all year (based on what we’ve seen in the past).
If you’re unfamiliar with eMeals, it is a menu-planning website that offers menu plans and grocery lists each week. You’ll pay $5-$7/month (depending on your subscription term) for a download of a plan of your choice each week. Plans vary according to size of the family, main grocery store and specific dietary needs (including gluten-free, portion control and more).
Read my review of eMeals for more information. I have subscribed to eMeals for over two years now and l-o-v-e it (I get the Aldi meal plan for 2 as my children are still pretty young and don’t eat much).
Save the most, with the least amount of effort, by following all our Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.
Your turn: Which eMeals plan(s) have you tried out? Have you tried using any of their holiday meal plans?
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