PRIME DAY DEAL! Mrs. Meyers Dish Soap Just $1.06 Per Bottle!

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Amazon pricing changes on a dime, so please act quickly to take advantage of this deal and confirm pricing before you check out.

HURRY! The hand soap deal sold out as I was posting this and I doubt the dish soap deal will last much long!

Amazon Prime Day Deal! If you are an Amazon Prime member, you can score an amazing deal on Mrs. Meyers Lemon Verbena Dish Soap.

You will get an extra 35% off  PLUS an extra 20% off with the coupon (as long as you haven’t used it already on a previous subscription) PLUS an extra 15% off if / when you have five active subscriptions.

That’s a lot of savings! And it means you can pay as low as $1.06 per bottle if you stack them all! (That’s equivalent to Dawn prices and I love Mrs. Meyers so much more!

See a great Prime Day deal you want to take advantage of, but you’re not yet a member of Amazon Prime? Hurry to sign up for a FREE 30-day trial! If you cancel before the end of the month, you pay nothing.

Check the widget* below for the current price. Keep in mind that this is displaying the price before the subscription discount and eCoupon.

So if you still see it for $10.65, you’ll pay just $3.19 before tax after the coupons & discounts.

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 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.

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  1. Deena Dubov says

    Is it kosher?

    • Mara Strom says

      According to the CRC, dish soap doesn’t require a hechsher – not even on Pesach. HTH – please ask your local rav, if you have more questions.

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