Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue for $.17/Roll, Shipped!

Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue Rolls

This great deal is back! Amazon has Scott Extra Soft Double Rolls Bath Tissue, 36-count priced at $12.18, when you check out thru Subscribe & Save, clip the $1.00 eCoupon, and have five active subscriptions in a month.

If you’re looking for another order or two to bump you up to five total, check out this list of Subscribe & Save deals for under $3. And don’t forget about all these other recent Subscribe & Save deals.

Since these are double rolls, this actually works out to be just $.17 per single roll! Definitely a stock-up price! And you don’t even have to leave the house. Love it.

Remember: All Subscribe & Save orders ship for free and you can cancel your subscription anytime after your order ships. Read my Subscribe & Save tutorial if you need more information.

(I love being about to stock up on toilet paper and just FORGET about it for a while, don’t you?!)

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  1. First of all – thanks for all the great posts on deals – our family has definitely benefited many times! Keep up the good work. I just wanted to mention one thing regarding toilet paper deals…not all “single-roll” equivalents are calculated the same way. Although you generally mention your toilet paper deals by categorizing them as XX cents per roll – this metric can sometimes be misleading. In my humble opinion (take it or leave it) – a better measure of value is cost per sq ft. All toilet paper rolls have the area of all of the rolls in the package printed on the packaging (on amazon – you generally can see it if you zoom in – except on sparkle where they aren’t showing an actual picture of the item) For example – this deal on Scott toilet paper shows 1108.8 sq ft. Even at your lowest price with 5 amazon items and s&s – that’s works out to 1.1 cents per sq ft. Kirkland toilet paper from costco will almost always beat that price as it is usually .9 cents per sq ft. The kirkland is also a high quality tp – not sure if it is as soft as this one, but I guess someone should know that they are paying a small premium to get the softness if they have the costco option. Thanks again for all of your great and timely posts!!

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