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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Amazon prime members, you can get select Amazon Dash buttons for $1.99 right now.  This may not seem exciting, but the first time you use the button you’ll get a $4.99 credit off whatever the button is for!!  That means grabbing a button today for your favorite items is like getting a huge $3 off coupon!

I ordered a Charmin button to try out a few months ago.  I’ve only pressed it once (so I could get my credit back) but it was pretty fun.  Can’t say if I’ll ever press it again… but if they are paying you to try it out, you might as well take them up on it!

amazon dash button amazon dash buttonDeal is available for Prime members only.

    • JasonJames122

      But then you’d be paying full price for the item ordered via the Dash button, and wouldn’t be getting the 15% Subscribe & Save discount, right?

    • momengineer

      Perhaps I am a luddite, but I find this concept ridiculous…I can just as easily use my phone to order something on amazon prime- why have these ugly buttons stuck all over my house? not to mention the FUN a toddler or small child could have with this…Are we really so busy, so distracted as a society that this is necessary?? I’ll pass on this thanks…

    • Me

      I believe somebody said you get a confirmation email to either confirm or decline purchase. I guess if I take time to do that it would be faster to just order like you normally would. And you can see prices if you order the “old fashioned way”.

      I see it more of a “notepad” You push it to remind yourself when your at the computer to order.

      I will pass. But, they do look cool.

    • Toni Woodbury

      I wouldn’t use them.

    • tori729

      Yeah, this spells trouble for me – a button that’s laying around the house that some kid can push? I rarely order regular grocery items on Amazon anyway. My subscribe and saves are always just a one-time thing. So I wouldn’t use it even if it’s free.

    • Katherine Easterling

      Thanks Jenni. When I tried to checkout, around 5:40, Amazon tells me the code has expired. Perhaps it will be rest?

    • laurel.beauregard

      1 yr have passed since I finally left my old job and it was a best decision i made in my life… I started doing work online, for a company I discovered online, several hours daily, and I profit now much more than i did on my last job… My last month paycheck was for 9000 dollars… The best thing about this job is the more free time i got for my loved ones… KORTA.NU/MDe

    • tori729

      I found some that are .99 too – watch them though. Usually the only things you can order are large-size packages. The page will show you what you can order. So most of the time, unless you usually order that item in bulk, it’s not a huge savings. However, ones that I found were worth it: Vanity Fair, Preggy Pops, Puracy ($3 natural dish liquid), Rayovac, Nerf ($4 darts)