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Artifact 549 1,386 September 9, 2016 at 12:22 AM in Laundry Detergent (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-09-2016 by slickdewmaster at 09:21 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has All Powercore Super Concentrated Laundry Detergent Pacs on sale when you "clip" $1 coupon found on product page and checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks Artifact

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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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Edited September 10, 2016 at 01:32 AM by Artifact
Clip $1 coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save. All are $2.77 5% S&S or $2.37 15% S&S.
Restores Whites and Protects Colors, 18 Ct [amazon.com]
Removes Tough Odors, 18 Ct [amazon.com]
Oxi, 18 Ct [amazon.com] NLA

There are also 50 count tubs and w/ clipped coupon, they come out to be:
Restores Whites and Protects Colors, 50 Count [amazon.com]: $8.49 5% S&S or $7.49 15% S&S
Removes Tough Odors, 50 Count [amazon.com]: $7.97 No S&S Free S&H w/ Prime or orders $49+
Oxi, 50 Count [amazon.com]: $7.97 No S&S Free S&H w/ Prime or orders $49+
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#3
Nice find!
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#4
Normally $8.97 at WalMart. So, good deal.

But still more expensive per load than buying the liquid. Even if you use more liquid than directed. $9.97 for 94 loads at WalMart. Same brand, same stuff.
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Last edited by firebirdude September 9, 2016 at 07:39 AM.
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What's normal price on these?
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What's normal price on these?
Seriously, you couldn't read two posts before replying?
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Seriously, you couldn't read two posts before replying?
Both of you seems to have typed at the same time. So chances are he/she missed your response.
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Seriously, you couldn't read two posts before replying?
Correct!
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#9
thanks for the deal
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#10
I have a 10 cents per pod price point that I'm willing to pay for laundry detergent. Every once in a while I'll find these on sale and use a coupon to hit that price point, but mostly I buy the All brand pods that aren't "powercore".
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The price-per-load of pods are usually more than the price-per-load of a liquid detergent. But when the detergent needs to be measured out, my wife always uses way more than needed. So I find the pods more economical because the detergent is pre-measured and we aren't wasting a whole bunch.
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#12
what is wrong with powercore
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Missed again? Don't see these cheap prices 😟
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Quote from J-WallyB View Post :
The price-per-load of pods are usually more than the price-per-load of a liquid detergent. But when the detergent needs to be measured out, my wife always uses way more than needed. So I find the pods more economical because the detergent is pre-measured and we aren't wasting a whole bunch.
Good point, hadn't thought of it that way. I travelled overseas quite a bit and I brought these with me - easy to pack and prevents trying to track down detergent locally.
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Thanks! Smilie
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