Angel Soft Double Rolls for $.41 per roll shipped

by Kate from Frugal Living NW on April 8, 2014

How about a toilet paper deal? Here’s how you can get 48 Double rolls of Angel Soft toilet paper for just $.41 each shipped (this is definitely a “buy one month supply” price):

:: Go to the 48 Double rolls of Angel Soft toilet paper page and clip the $1 off coupon (it’s under the price description section).

:: Add the toilet paper to your cart by clicking the “Subscribe & Save” button instead of the “One time delivery” button. You will receive 5% off plus FREE shipping with “Subscribe & Save.” I always choose the 6 month option. If you have more subscriptions your discount will be the highest:

:: 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.”

You will pay as low as $19.89 total for 48 rolls of toilet paper, which is $.41 per roll shipped! If you don’t want to mess with the Subscribe & Save or want your TP quickly, select the One-Time Delivery option and pay $20.89 after the coupon (which isn’t much more than S&S)

As with all Amazon deals, the price could change without notice. Prices and availability are accurate as of the date and time the deal was posted.  The price and availability information displayed on at the time of purchase is applicable to the purchase of this product.

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PJ November 26, 2013 at 6:51 pm

I did this deal last time and loved it! TP is always a pain to buy in the store with the big packages. This comes right to your porch! The only problem is, I don’t need TP for at least 6 months……….


kris May 22, 2013 at 4:26 pm

Do you know why it says save 15% for you, but only 5% for me?


Angela May 25, 2013 at 4:29 pm

That graphic is generic. It’s just 5%.


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