Get A Case of Red Bull For Less Than $1 Per Can at Amazon

For a limited time, get your wings for less.

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Want to get more wings for less cash? Red Bull is on sale via Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program, but there are a few things you should know about how to redeem this deal.

Through Subscribe & Save, you can get a 24-pack of 8.4-oz. original flavor Red Bull discounted to $20.89 (before tax) at checkout. Originally retailing for $31.98 on Amazon, this Red Bull discount bumps the price-per-can down to less than $1 each, since shipping is free.

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Subscribe & Save can get you a relatively cheap case of sugar-free Red Bull, too. For $21, before tax, you can score a case of sugar-free Red Bull when you use Subscribe & Save. Slickdealer suRheal points out the discount “Even beats Costco’s current deal at $27.99, especially if you use Amazon Prime credit card w/ 5% cashback.”

However, the Red Bull discount won’t get you as much of a deal on other flavors, such as Coconut Berry or Kiwi Apple. And please note that you won’t see the discount applied until you’ve added the item to your cart.

The nice thing about this deal is that the discount stacks. So, if you have other Amazon promotions, you can use them to get multiple discounted Red Bull cases in your first order. If you’ve moved recently, for example, you can add the Amazon Move discount to the S&S discount and save even more.

How Amazon Subscribe & Save Works

So what is Subscribe & Save? Essentially, Amazon Prime offers coupons and savings up to 15% off on select items when you subscribe to a quota of items per month. Things you buy regularly,  from energy drinks to toilet paper, will arrive at your door as scheduled, which means you can avoid last-minute trips to the grocery store or panicked Instacart deliveries with all those extra fees.

RELATEDThe Ins and Outs of Amazon Subscribe and Save

Don’t ever forget to read Amazon’s fine print, though. Slickdealer SeanFrank pointed out that Subscribing & Saving means you have to schedule regular shipments of the product you’re ordering, and the sale price may not be the same by the time your next scheduled order is processed. You have to monitor the price and cancel any additional S&S orders you don’t want. Otherwise, you could end up paying full retail price.

Additionally, we’ve reported on issues with Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program in the past. Specifically, we spotted a number of instances of Amazon allegedly changing the prices on S&S orders at random.

RELATED: Amazon Has Been Changing Prices on Subscribe & Save Orders Without Notice

Make sure to do your research thoroughly before committing. And don’t forget to set a Deal Alert so you can stay on top of any new Red Bull discounts or cheap energy drink deals.

Thanks to captainguy for the original deal thread.


  • Deal Value: $11.09 in savings, plus free shipping.
  • Timeframe: Limited time offer.
  • Things to Remember: Read through the terms, conditions and caveats on Subscribe & Save before making a decision.
Our editors strive to ensure that the information in this article is accurate as of the date published, but please keep in mind that offers can change. We encourage you to verify all terms and conditions of any product before you apply.

Rebecca High

Rebecca High is a producer, writer, and editor from Los Angeles. Reincarnated from her previous lives as both an expat living in Asia and a reality TV producer, she now spends her time hunting down the best coffee experiences all over the world, watching all the food porn, and perfecting her avocado toast-making skills. She’s passionate about international affairs, social justice, and tech development aimed at providing humanitarian relief and solving environmental issues.

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