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Amazon.com has as an Add-on Item: 32oz Nature Nate's 100% Pure & Raw Unfiltered Honey for $9.66. Shipping is free w/ qualifying orders of $25 or more [Details]. Thanks sd_junky

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Amazon.com Add-On Item: 32oz. Nature Nate's 100% Pure, Raw & Unfiltered Honey for $9.66. Shipping is free on orders of $25 or more (qualifying items shipped and sold by Amazon).

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

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Alternatively, Costco is selling the same honey. There is $5 off on a 48oz bottle. I don't know the price originally.
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$8.89 at Costco. Just picked some up today 👍 and the one at Costco is 48oz
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Just FYI we saw a news special about honey and you have to be really careful since many of the honeys have fillers and they don't have to list it, they try to put stamps on the products, but the ones you want have to have a few of the Testing lab stamps [honey.com] on it show that it really pure and not some BS import saying the it from such and such when it was only filled over here with who knows what.

Thats one of the places to check with, but I forgot where to check for the correct stamps on the honey bottles...
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To avoid add on buy 40oz, it is $12.09, same $0.30/oz as this one but no add on requirements.
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$8.89 at Costco. Just picked some up today 👍 and the one at Costco is 48oz
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Just FYI we saw a news special about honey and you have to be really careful since many of the honeys have fillers and they don't have to list it, they try to put stamps on the products, but the ones you want have to have a few of the Testing lab stamps [honey.com] on it show that it really pure and not some BS import saying the it from such and such when it was only filled over here with who knows what.

Thats one of the places to check with, but I forgot where to check for the correct stamps on the honey bottles...
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Costco is $14.59 down to $9.59 on sale I believe...the Costco price on nature Nate's this month is pretty killer, this is a good deal if you don't have a Costco membership though
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To avoid add on buy 40oz, it is $12.09, same $0.30/oz as this one but no add on requirements.
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Any way to bypass add on with Alexa?
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Any way to bypass add on with Alexa?
https://slickdeals.net/article/news/what-is-amazon-prime-what-you-get-for-119-membership/

"Amazon Add-On Items

There are thousands of lower-priced products on Amazon that are classified as add-on items because they're cost prohibitive to ship on their own. You're not supposed to be able to order them by themselves because of that reason, but there are two loopholes. The best way is to use Alexa voice ordering. If you have an Alexa device, like the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, simply order the add-on item via Alexa and it will ship for free by itself. To make sure Alexa orders the correct item, it's best to add the item to your Amazon cart first. If you don't have an Echo, you can still use Alexa via the Fire TV Stick, Amazon Dash Wand or the Amazon app.

The second option is to add pre-order items to your order and then cancel them (if you so choose) before they ship, but after your add-on item has arrived. You will not be charged for your pre-order item until it ships, so you will only pay for your add-on item but still qualify for free shipping."
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"Amazon Add-On Items

There are thousands of lower-priced products on Amazon that are classified as add-on items because they're cost prohibitive to ship on their own. You're not supposed to be able to order them by themselves because of that reason, but there are two loopholes. The best way is to use Alexa voice ordering. If you have an Alexa device, like the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, simply order the add-on item via Alexa and it will ship for free by itself. To make sure Alexa orders the correct item, it's best to add the item to your Amazon cart first. If you don't have an Echo, you can still use Alexa via the Fire TV Stick, Amazon Dash Wand or the Amazon app.

The second option is to add pre-order items to your order and then cancel them (if you so choose) before they ship, but after your add-on item has arrived. You will not be charged for your pre-order item until it ships, so you will only pay for your add-on item but still qualify for free shipping."
I thought they got rid of Alexa loophole
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I thought they got rid of Alexa loophole
I dunno...just received this from SD in my email.
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https://slickdeals.net/article/news/what-is-amazon-prime-what-you-get-for-119-membership/

"Amazon Add-On Items

There are thousands of lower-priced products on Amazon that are classified as add-on items because they're cost prohibitive to ship on their own. You're not supposed to be able to order them by themselves because of that reason, but there are two loopholes. The best way is to use Alexa voice ordering. If you have an Alexa device, like the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, simply order the add-on item via Alexa and it will ship for free by itself. To make sure Alexa orders the correct item, it's best to add the item to your Amazon cart first. If you don't have an Echo, you can still use Alexa via the Fire TV Stick, Amazon Dash Wand or the Amazon app.

The second option is to add pre-order items to your order and then cancel them (if you so choose) before they ship, but after your add-on item has arrived. You will not be charged for your pre-order item until it ships, so you will only pay for your add-on item but still qualify for free shipping."
Alexa loophole closed!!
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Any way to bypass add on with Alexa?
Not anymore, Alexa loophole closed
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Alexa loophole closed!!
Guess SD columnists need to review their info before posting :-)

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