I’m a syrup snob. My husband likes the fake Mrs. Butterworth’s. I like the real stuff from the tree. We’ve come to an agreement that it’s best to have our own syrup. I’m out and these are the two best deals I can find on Grade B maple Syrup. (Costco carries Grade A for $12.99, which is cheaper, but I want Grade B. It’s made from sap with a slightly lower sugar content which is what I like about it).
Option #1: Brown Family Farm Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, 32-Ounce Jug for just $15.50. It’s not organic, but it’s still the real stuff.
Option #2: Coombs Family Farms 100% Pure Organic Maple Syrup Grade B, 32-Ounce Jug for $17.85. It’s a bit more so you’re paying for the organic farming practice. I’ve had both syrups and I like them equally.
Here’s how to buy:
:: Both deals require you to do Subscribe & Save, which is done by adding the item you would like to your cart by clicking the “Subscribe & Save” button instead of the “Add to Cart” button ($$15.50 or $17.85). You will receive 15% off plus FREE shipping with “Subscribe & Save.” I always choose the 6 month option:
:: Once you’ve enrolled in the Subscribe & Save program, you will receive automatic shipments of that product from Amazon at intervals you set. You are under no obligation to continue your subscription once your initial order ships and you can easily cancel through the “Manage” option in “Your Account.”
Which one should I choose?
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