The Best Grocery Deals You Can Find on Amazon Pantry
Stock up with Amazon Pantry and watch the savings add up.
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What is Amazon Pantry?
Amazon Prime Pantry (also known as Amazon Pantry and simply Pantry) is an online store where customers can safely shop for groceries and household items from the comfort of their own homes—or, basically, anywhere and any time. As an added bonus, you don’t have to buy in bulk to enjoy the savings. Amazon Pantry orders have a flat shipping fee of $5.99, but Prime members can get free delivery by placing Pantry orders of $35 and above (and Pantry items are delivered separately from other Amazon packages, which can really help a busy household stay organized).
Please note that prices and availability are subject to fluctuation, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic when some items are in short supply. All of the price quotes reflect the prices, including coupons, as of press time. So, if there’s something here that catches your eye and you want to get it at the price you’re seeing here, we recommend doing so sooner rather than later. But if that’s not possible, check this link for up-to-the-minute info on which Pantry items have coupon deals. While you’re perusing your favorite online retailer, don’t miss the 36 things you should always buy on Amazon.
Note: Prices listed were accurate as of press time; pricing fluctuations may occur.
Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent
For 150 fluid ounces (equal to about 96 loads of laundry) of Gain’s fine-smelling laundry detergent, you’d have to pay $25.55 at Staples. (Note to self: Stick to office products when shopping at Staples.) But even at Target, you’d still have to pay $14.59. On Amazon Prime Pantry, you can get the same number of great-smelling loads of laundry for a mere $11.44. While we’re on the subject, check out these 8 secret ingredients you should be adding to your laundry for the best results.
Tide Pods Plus Downy Laundry Detergent
You could purchase this 61-count pack of Tide Pods at Walmart for around $35—or you could order it through Amazon Prime Pantry for $19.99 and have it delivered straight to your door. The choice seems clear to us! Here are another 10 things you think are cheaper at Walmart—but aren’t.
Snuggle Fabric Softener Dryer Sheets
Snuggle’s original Blue Sparkle scent gives laundry a fresh, clean scent while making your clothes, towels, and sheets feel softer. Also, it does wonders to banish static cling (unless, of course, you don’t mind peeling your socks off of your sweatshirts). You can purchase a box containing 230 of these dryer sheets on Amazon Pantry for just $6.49. At Walmart, you would have to spend $12. Believe it or not, your laundry room isn’t the only place you can use these handy little inventions.
Gillette Sensor3 Sensitive Men’s Disposable Razors
Gillette is the “best a man can get,” but there’s still a way to level up, and that’s by buying your Gillette men’s disposable razors on Amazon when the deal is as amazing as it is right now. For $2.97, you can get a four-pack on Pantry thanks to a very generous $3-off coupon. But even if you were to buy it without the coupon, it would still be less expensive on Pantry (which sells the four-pack for $5.97 before the coupon) than it would be at CVS, where you’d be looking at a price tag of at least three times that much ($8.79). In case you’re wondering, this is the real difference between men’s and women’s razors.
Gillette Venus ComfortGlide Women’s Disposable Razors
The Amazon Pantry deals on razors are not for men only. You can get a two-pack of Gillette Venus ComfortGlide white-tea-scented women’s disposable razors for just $3.97. At Walmart, you’d have to pay $3 more. (Thank you again, Pantry coupons!) These are the 6 men’s toiletries every woman should be stealing—from the men in her house, not from the store, of course.
Listerine Freshburst Breath Strips
You can spend just $3.36 on this three-pack of Listerine Freshburst breath strips by shopping the deals on Amazon Pantry, or you could spend $4.99 at a Walmart store (this item is available in-store only at Walmart). So, what are you waiting for? While there are some things you should never buy online, Listerine breath strips are not one of them.
Secret Clinical Strength Antiperspirant/Deodorant for Women
A surprising number of people either sweat excessively or believe they do. For either, Secret’s Clinical Strength antiperspirant/deodorant will come in handy, and thankfully, it doesn’t have to cost an excessive amount. Through Amazon Pantry, you can have this little shirt-saver delivered to your home for $10.97. Or feel free to buy it in person at CVS for $12.49 or at Target for $11.99. Make sure you also know about these 17 surprising Amazon Prime benefits.
Bausch + Lomb Ocuvite Vitamin & Mineral Supplements
Your eyes are the windows to your soul, as well as to your ancestry, as it turns out. Did you know, for example, that if you have blue eye eyes, you might be related to a lot more people than you thought? But no matter what your eye color is, of course, it’s important to keep your peepers healthy. One way to do that is by taking vision-supporting supplements like these Ocuvites by Bausch + Lomb. Amazon Pantry is selling them for a reduced price of $16.97 right now. At Rite Aid, you’d have to pay $20.99.
Bausch + Lomb Soothe XP Lubricant Eye Drops
As we begin to spend more time indoors once again with the heat blasting (thank you, cold weather), our eyes can start to feel uncomfortably dry. These lubricating eye drops by Bausch + Lomb can help, especially at the low price of $5.86 on Amazon Pantry. If you were to stop into Walmart for these drops, they would cost you $10. Here are 14 makeup tricks to make your eyes pop—in a good way.
ReaLemon 100% Lemon Juice
It’s wonderful to cook and clean with fresh lemons, but it’s not always possible to have fresh lemons in the house when you need them. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a bottle or two of already-squeezed lemon juice in your refrigerator. On Amazon Pantry, this 15-ounce bottle will cost you just $1.98. If you were to order on Fresh Direct, you’d have to pay $3.29. Check out these 15 things you didn’t know you could clean with lemon.
Propel Powder Packets Berry with Electrolytes
Propel Powder Packets are an easy, convenient, delicious, and sugar-free way to hydrate and get the electrolytes you need after a good workout. Just pour a packet into a 16.9-ounce bottle of water, shake, and you’re good to go. Amazon Pantry is offering a 10-pack for just under $2. You’d have to pay nearly three times that amount at Walmart. Of course, Walmart certainly has its perks, too. Case in point: You can only get these 14 deals on Walmart Plus.
Izze Sparkling Juice, Blackberry
Izze Sparkling Juice is a bit like flavored seltzer and a bit like soda, but it packs more of an energy punch than the former, and it causes less of a sugar high than the latter. Izze, which hails from Colorado, is pricier if you purchase it on Instacart, where it runs $4.59 per four-can pack. The same four-can pack will cost you $3.79 to have delivered via Amazon Pantry. Here are 20 hidden gems on Amazon you’ll wish you owned sooner.
Honest Kids Appley Ever After Organic Fruit Juice Drink
You could get an 8-pack of this organic juice drink from Grocery.com, but you’ll have to pay $4.77. Instead, head over to Amazon Pantry to find the same exact 8-pack for just $3.18. These 30 brilliant buys on Amazon have practically perfect reviews.
Folgers Classic Roast Ground Coffee
Here’s your ultimate guide to all the different types of coffee. But let’s not overlook the grocery store coffees that have been around seemingly forever. They’re the ones that likely got most of us into coffee in the first place. For 38.4 ounces of Folgers Classic Roast, Medium, you could pay as much as $6.92 at Walmart, and you’d have to make a trip to the store to pick it up. Or you could order the same thing for delivery from Amazon Pantry for $5.42.
Coffee Mate Powder Coffee Creamer
And here’s a hack to making your coffee creamer so much more economical: Have it delivered from Amazon Pantry. This 35.3-ounce canister is currently selling for $4.72 on Amazon Pantry. To have that same canister delivered by Grocery.com, you’d pay almost $7.
Honey Stinger Gluten-Free Waffles
If you’re ready for a change from your old sports nutrition bars, we recommend you try these organic gluten-free “waffles” by Honey Stinger, which makes wonderful sports snacks with honey and other natural ingredients. At Vitamin Shoppe, you can pick up a 16-count box for $17, but why would you when you can purchase the same thing for $14.89 on Prime Pantry? And just think: Here’s what you could be doing with that waffle iron gathering dust on your counter.
Watkins Gourmet Pure Ground Black Pepper
Here’s how long spices actually last in your pantry. Assuming you will now need to replace all the stale ones, let’s get you started with this tin of Watkins Gourmet pure ground black pepper. Four ounces will cost you $3.67 on Amazon Pantry. At Walmart, you’d pay more than $2 more ($5.98).
Smartfood White Cheddar Flavored Popcorn
Trying to make your own popcorn? Don’t make the same mistakes everyone makes. Trying to buy yourself some already-popped popcorn? Don’t make this mistake: overpaying, especially not when Amazon Pantry has these 6.75-ounce bags for $2.98. At Target, you’d have to pay a dollar more.
Frito-Lay Classic Mix Variety Pack
Here are 41 foods to snack on while you’re working from home. You won’t see crispy, crunchy Frito-Lay snack foods on here, but let’s face it, sometimes they’re exactly what you need. For those times, why would you want to pay more, like you would have to do at Target, where this 18-count variety pack would cost $7.99? You can get the same thing on Amazon Pantry for $5.99. Ever wonder why you can’t get your groceries delivered by Trader Joe’s? We investigated.
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