Vitacost: $10 in FREE products

by jessicaturner on March 30, 2012

I have blogged about Vitacost, before, but it has been awhile so I thought it was worth mentioning again. I love Vitacost!

All new Vitacost, customers get a free $10 credit to use – YEOW!

Their prices are very reasonable, so its definitely worth taking advantage of this freebie.

Click here, to get your credit (mine came about 15 minutes after I signed up).

There is definitely something for everyone on this site – organic products, baby food, vitamins, beauty – even kids toys.

Here are just a few of the thousands of items under $10 that you may be interested in:

  • Bob’s Red Mill Aluminum Free Baking Soda — 16 oz: $2.36
  • Vitacost Extra Virgin Certified Organic Coconut Oil — 16 fl oz: $8.49
  • Tazo Organic Green Tea — 13 fl oz: $1.11
  • Atkins Advantage Bar Caramel Chocolate Nut — 5 Bars: $5.84
  • Earth’s Best Kidz Organic Apple Sauce Cups — 4 oz Each / Pack of 6: $3.28
  • Earth’s Best Certified Organic Whole Grain Rice Cereal — 8 oz: $3.56
  • Green Sprouts Velour Rattle Toy Yellow Duck – $5.77
  • Boogie Wipes Gentle Saline Wipes For Stuffy Noses™  — 30 Wipes- $3.95
  • Johnson & Johnson Vanilla Oatmeal Baby Wash — 15 fl oz- $4.04
  • Desert Essence Natural Tea Tree Oil Facial Cleansing Pads – Original — 50 Pads – $4.05

You will have to pay $4.95 for shipping if you spend less than $50, but if you select sale items (many items are marked down 10%-75% off!), even with shipping you still end up saving money.

So go check out Vitacost, and snatch some freebies for yourself or family. Once you sign up, you can also get $10 for referring others.

Be sure to share in the comments what you purchase!

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Jen M March 30, 2012 at 12:38 pm

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


vitacost discount code coupon April 24, 2013 at 8:25 pm

Thank you! I just purchased a household (a fixer upper) and need all the ideas I can get.
The first issue I’m busy working on is my veggie garden produced from my very own home-made compost pile, which I am very proud of. And no chemicals will be utilized on my lawn, garden or inside the home. I have been employing the most close to natural paint I can find from Sherwin Williams, called Harmony Paint (I am pregnant with my 2nd so chemicals bother me). As we gut every single room (awful wood paneling), I am attempting to convince my hubby to go with much more bamboo and recycled merchandise. And my last (as well as the thing I make the biggest deal above) is turning off the heat and ac except when it is just too humid or also cold and open the windows. Fresh air is best!!


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