Wednesday, December 19, 2012
you had me at free shipping
BlogHer asked me if I wanted to write about a new Proctor & Gamble eStore, and at first I wasn't sure it was my thing. I always check these offers out to make sure they actually appeal to me, and thus hopefully to you as well. And then I saw it: "free shipping on orders over $25 and a 15% discount for new members." Sign me up! I love deliveries to my door. Oh, and free samples with every order. I live for free samples. Sold.
Instead of sugar plums, I currently have visions of all the new toys requiring batteries we'll collect over the holiday season. If I had to pick one single item I find myself constantly replacing (used to be diapers, but we're past that stage now), it's batteries. Oh my heavens! I actually have a location in my office specifically marked for toys with dead batteries. I must get one new toy over there every week. And why is it that the AAA batteries, the ones I need most, always seem to be sold in tiny packages of four or eight? I love that P&G sells a 28 ct. package (and if rechargables are your thing, they have those too). Now we're talking. Throw in some AAs, and I've already hit my $25 for free shipping. Done.
If you're frugal, you might be inclined to mention you prefer to shop for batteries when there's a sale or a coupon. I hear you. But P&G has coupons right on their site too! You just click whatever coupons you want to use, and they're in your cart waiting on you when you check out. No annoying clipping or printing. I've already noted I'm not the couponing type, but when they make it that easy, I'd be a fool not to use them. To get your 15% off, be sure to enter this promo code: A9Z-MN5-KY3-ISA. And tell them Justine sent you.
p.s. Just kidding about that last part. I've just always wanted to say that.