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Amazon offers $10 Off qualifying purchases of $50+ On Select Grocery Products. Shipping is free. Thanks busybugsy

Note, offer valid only on select products with the promotion 'Save $10 when you buy $50 of select items.' listed on the product page.

For Subscribe & Save eligible items, you can stack the coupon w/ S&S discount:
  • Single item (or multiples of same item): promotion may not show for some eligible products if S&S is selected, but will show if one-time purchase is selected; promotion will still apply on S&S orders as long as total is $50+.
  • Mix & match: select one-time purchase and add all products to cart totaling $50+, then in cart select 'Save 5% now with Subscribe & Save' for each product.
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  • Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address. -StrawMan86
  • Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month.
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I buy food at amazon all the time. Yes had a couple times that they sent older stocks (less than 10% of the time). Normally if you call up their customer service, they'd give you some credit. Amazon is a very reasonable company overall, I'd say more reasonable than 90% of other companies out there.
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ANY time I have gotten food with an expiration date that was close I chatted and got an immediate credit. Probably 3-4 times a year, never an issue with amazon..
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☝️ This. Never had any problem in the rare event something was expired or "off" with any food item I've received from Amazon.
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Don't buy food on Amazon. They have old stock, close to expiry most of the time. It's essentially a dumping ground.
If you can go through the stuff pretty quickly, it will probably make sense
I buy food at amazon all the time. Yes had a couple times that they sent older stocks (less than 10% of the time). Normally if you call up their customer service, they'd give you some credit. Amazon is a very reasonable company overall, I'd say more reasonable than 90% of other companies out there.
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I buy food at amazon all the time. Yes had a couple times that they sent older stocks (less than 10% of the time). Normally if you call up their customer service, they'd give you some credit. Amazon is a very reasonable company overall, I'd say more reasonable than 90% of other companies out there.
Yep, same here, rare to get anything near expiration, and a quick chat session gets a full refund with no return required.
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Don't buy food on Amazon. They have old stock, close to expiry most of the time. It's essentially a dumping ground.
If you can go through the stuff pretty quickly, it will probably make sense
ANY time I have gotten food with an expiration date that was close I chatted and got an immediate credit. Probably 3-4 times a year, never an issue with amazon..
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3x 32-ct. Dark Magic K-Cups = $50.97 - $10 off = $0.427 each

Not great, but deals on Dark Magic are harder and harder to come by
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ANY time I have gotten food with an expiration date that was close I chatted and got an immediate credit. Probably 3-4 times a year, never an issue with amazon..
☝️ This. Never had any problem in the rare event something was expired or "off" with any food item I've received from Amazon.
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Don't buy food on Amazon. They have old stock, close to expiry most of the time. It's essentially a dumping ground.
If you can go through the stuff pretty quickly, it will probably make sense
I would not say always, but they are a dumping ground for soon-to-be-expired items. You can chat for a refund, but they can be a pain in the ass sometimes.
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Does this only work when you add to cart and buy now or does it somehow recognize items if you choose the Subscribe & Save option?
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Don't buy food on Amazon. They have old stock, close to expiry most of the time. It's essentially a dumping ground.
If you can go through the stuff pretty quickly, it will probably make sense
I buy food on Amazon weekly and only had a problem twice this past year, and customer service took care of it immediately. Your statement "most of the time" isn't true, but haters all always hate i guess.
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Counter marketing against Target
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Yea they'll appease you with a refund, but that puts a ding on your account and once you cross their invisible threshold, BOOM! They perma-ban you. I personally don't like shopping in fear like that.
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ANY time I have gotten food with an expiration date that was close I chatted and got an immediate credit. Probably 3-4 times a year, never an issue with amazon..
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Yep, same here, rare to get anything near expiration, and a quick chat session gets a full refund with no return required.
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I buy food at amazon all the time. Yes had a couple times that they sent older stocks (less than 10% of the time). Normally if you call up their customer service, they'd give you some credit. Amazon is a very reasonable company overall, I'd say more reasonable than 90% of other companies out there.
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☝️ This. Never had any problem in the rare event something was expired or "off" with any food item I've received from Amazon.
Seems clear... ! Smilie

Now, back yo the deal..
might be good to put this in OP:

.Items must be purchased in a single order
and shipped at the same speed to a single address


20% off is not bad,
I did notice many of the 1000
were already S&S eligible at 15%,
so not a strong reason to buy now.
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