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I know many of you prefer organic products over their non-organic counterpart. I trust that applies even to the candy you prefer to give your kids. With October 31 right around the corner, whether you celebrate Halloween or have an alternate harvest festival at your church, you are probably in the market for candy.
We’ll keep you posted on candy deals in the weeks ahead, but I suspect very few apart from this will be for USDA certified organic candy.
Right now all YummyEarth Organic Candy is on sale at Amazon.com, plus you can sign up free for Subscribe & Save to take 15% off your order, then use the code SEPYUMMY at checkout to take an additional 20% off. The code is good through October 31.
Be sure to go in and cancel Subscribe & Save after you place your order, so you don’t receive any future shipments.
Browse around at all their candy, but the 30-ounce, 150-count pack and the 5 lb bag are some of the better values. These lollipops go on sale with some frequency, but with this combination of discounts they are the cheapest we’ve ever seen them.
This 5-lb bag of YummyEarth Organic Lollipops is on sale for $25.99, then when you sign up for Subscribe & Save the price drops to $22.09, then use the code SEPYUMMY at checkout to pay $16.89 ($0.21/ounce) for these individually-wrapper organic lollipops. That’s a 50% savings from their original price.
This 30-ounce container of YummyEarth Organic Lollipops is on sale for $14.58, then when you sign up for Subscribe & Save the price drops to $12.58, then use the code SEPYUMMY at checkout to pay $9.91 ($0.33/ounce) for these individually-wrapper organic lollipops. That’s a 53% savings from their original price.
Granted, you may opt for something else as your Halloween candy, but keep these on hand for your kids or for birthday party treats or to keep on your desk at the office.
Finally, if you use Swagbucks as your search engine, then you can earn free Amazon gift cards to lower you out-of-pocket expense when great deals come along.
Your turn: How many did you get and what are you going to use these lollipops for?
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