Shop Online for Pesach at Passover.com (Brand New!)

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Passover.com. All opinions are my own. Learn more about the role of sponsored posts on KOAB on my Disclosure Page.

I don’t know about you, but among the changes that I’ve made since Covid is more online shopping than ever before — and yes, that includes my weekly groceries.

But with Passover around the corner, will it still be possible to get your Pesadika needs online?

Thanks to a brand new website called — aptly — Passover.com, the answer is a wholehearted YES!

A family-owned company, Passover.com will make it easier than ever to prepare and shop for Passover — no matter where in America you live.

With a broad selection of your favorite, shelf-stable Passover products from brands like Absolutely Gluten Free, Elite, Glick’s, Haddar, Manischewitz, Wissotzky and many more.

Best of all, everything on Passover.com is 100% kosher for Passover, so no need to hunt for a KLP hechsher! (Please check, though, to make sure each item meets your personal Pesach standards, such as gebrochts.)

Shipping from Passover.com is fast and FREE — on all orders! Most orders will arrive within 3 business days, but don’t wait ’til the last minute (I recommend ordering at least a week prior to Erev Pesach if you need the items for your seders).

Passover.com reached out to me exclusively to share the news of their launch and I’m thrilled to be able to pass it on to the KOAB community. And of course, I wrangled a coupon code just for you!

Save 10% off all your orders when you use the coupon code KOAB10 at checkout.

Plus, you will get a FREE 5-lb box of matzah when you spend a minimum of $100 (no coupon code necessary — just spend $100+ and they’ll add that 5-lb box to your order automatically).

Comments

  1. Roberta Rappaport says

    Prices are out of line. Very expensive.

    • It’s always a good idea to have a pricebook, so you know how prices compare to what you can get in local stores in your area. For some they may be high, for others, they may be in-line. And the free shipping is a great bonus.

  2. Who is behind passover.com? I looked on their website and there is no name.

  3. I agree. Prices are insanely high. No one on a “budget” could afford this.

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