Subscribe & Save Deal | Lärabar Stock Up — As low as $.62 per Bar

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Snack drawer time!

Head over to Amazon to score a deal on Lärabar Peanut Butter Cookie (10 ct) thanks to a price drop and 15% off e-coupon. (This isn’t the lowest price they’ve ever been, but if your stash is running low, these are a good price and they will be shipped to your door!).

Estimated delivery is as early as June 25.

So if you still see it for $8.88, that means you’ll pay just $6.22 ($.62 per bar) after the coupon & 15% discount for having 5 subscriptions in the month.

If you don’t hit that 5-subscription threshold, you’ll save 5% on your subscription order (vs. 15%), making your total $7.17 ($.72 each). Still a good deal!

Or you can also get Lärabar Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip or Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (10 ct) for a little more after e-coupon.

So if you still see it for $9.28, that means you’ll pay just $6.49 ($.65 per bar) after the coupon & 15% discount for having 5 subscriptions in the month.

If you don’t hit that 5-subscription threshold, you’ll save 5% on your subscription order (vs. 15%), making your total $7.49 ($.75 each). Still a great deal!

If you’re new around here, the best way to save at Amazon is when you have five active subscriptions in a month. Then your savings get bumped up from 5% off your subscription to 15%.

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

Your subscription order will ship for free, and you can cancel your subscription at any time.

Want to learn more about Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program? Check out this video!

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Comments

  1. Elissa Epstein says

    Where’s the e-coupon?

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