So my question for them was this:
If I get a particularly good deal on an item while on sale and/or with a coupon for a subscribe and save item and then decide to push delivery of that item back a month or two (or more) will I then lose that deal price or the coupon?
Amazon told me that I would retain the Coupon for the next delivery but the sale price may adjust once I push the delivery back. Supposedly a coupon never expires after the point of subscribing but the price is always adjustable. Sadly though the CSR was not especially clear in his wording so I'm of course still questioning a little bit.
I will give an example though incase any of what I've said is unclear.
Lets say in July, I order a 6 pack of Mentos gum. At that time I have a $4.50 coupon and the item is on sale for $15.00. 15% subscribe and save takes off another $2.25 for a final total of $8.25. This is scheduled for delivery in August right now.
BUT I decide that I don't need that gum in August and it would be best to use that purchase in Sept towards my 5 items for the 15% off that month. So I push the delivery to Sept but the price is now $20.00. According to the CSR I will retain the $4.50 coupon but lose the $15.00 sale price making my new order $20 - $3 (S&S) - $4.50 (coupon) = $12.50. Obviously not so great of a deal any more.
So while my numbers are mostly hypothetical. What have you guys seen? Have you ever lost a coupon or had a price adjust on you after skipping/delaying a delivery in Amazon Subscribe and Save?