Gluten-Free Coupons and Deals

Here are the best gluten-free deals and coupons available this week, compiled by Janelle from Gluten Freely Frugal:

Gluten-Free Coupons: $1/1 Udi’s Gluten-Free product, $1.10/2 Chex Cereal, $1.50/1 Wholly product, $0.75/1 Lundberg Brown Rice Chips, $1/1 Alexia product (must “vote” on a new fry flavor), $0.55/1 Litehouse Dressing product, $0.75/1 Athenos Feta, $1/1 thinkThin Crunch Bar, and $0.55/1 Heartland Pasta. For a complete list of available gluten-free coupons, go here.

$5 for $10 Amazon Gift Card: It’s a great day on Amazon.com! Amazon Local is offering a $10 Amazon gift card for only $5, today ONLY! Grab yours, and use it to make the deals below even better!

Gluten-Free Amazon Deals: Amazon has quite a few heavily discounted GF items, including Back to Nature, Enjoy Life, Glutino Crackers and Cookies, and Fruitabu Apple Rolls. You can also pick up EnviroKidz bars for as low as $2.78/box shipped!

Amazon Freebies: And, one more fun Amazon deal! You can pick up 51 Gluten-Free Appetizer Recipes (Fast, Easy & Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes), Kindle Version, completely FREE today from Amazon. Remember, you don’t need a Kindle to grab the free Kindle books!

GG’s Original Gluten Free: This week’s deal from Gluten-Free Saver is for 51% off baked goods from GG’s Original Gluten Free. With this deal, you will get 12 Fudge Chunk Brownies and 12 Coconut Chocolate Chip Macaroons delivered to your home for just $27.

Half Price Gluten-Free Meal Planning: If you missed this one last week, you can still snag a 12-month subscription to Emeals for just $29 (regularly $58!). Emeals offers several different gluten-free meal planning options, and is also recommended by Dave Ramsey for helping to lower your grocery bill.

Glutino Pretzels $2.32/Bag Shipped: If you have not yet claimed your free $10 Vitacost credit, you can combine Vitacost’s 52% off sale price on Glutino pretzels with your $10 credit to purchase 3 bags of Glutino Pretzels for just $2.32/bag shipped (and these are the BIG 14.1 ounce bags)!

Janelle is wife to Brad, who is celiac, and mom to 2 sweet girls, one of whom is celiac, and the other showing signs of gluten intolerance. She blogs about the gluten free life on a budget, including coupons, deals, recipes, and other money-saving tips at Gluten Freely Frugal.

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  1. Dee says

    I love e-meals! I have been using them for almost 2 years now. Even though this post is labeled gluten free, they also have a variety of other meal planning options. Worth every penny. We never have to wonder what is for dinner. We don’t eat the same thing over and over which introduces my family to new flavors that we would have never tried before. We have been amazed from day one!

  2. Kate R. says

    I purchased the $10 for $5 thing and I don’t know how to use it. It says “processing”. Do I wait for an email or something? Anyone know?

    • says

      I got an email almost right away, but I did mine at 5:30 a.m. so their system probably wasn’t nearly as overloaded. :) They send you an email when your voucher is ready, then you get your gift certificate # off your voucher, which you enter at Amazon.com (the instructions are right there, it’s easy!) and they apply the $10 to your account. Next time you buy something, $10 comes right off the top.

  3. says

    Crystal, do you have a post about eating Gluten free items? I will check on Janelle’s site also. I am trying to eat more whole foods in my diet and am trying to figure out if gluten free items are good to incorporate. I understand some people are allergic to gluten I think?

    • Emily says

      Some people are allergic to or have an intolerance to gluten, and can have a range of manifestations from feeling lousy, hyperactivity (especially in kids), migraines, or digestive problems. The extreme side of the spectrum is celiac, but in most cases you would know something was wrong if you had that.

      As for incorporating gluten free into your diet, I think you’ll find as you switch to more whole foods that you end up reducing the amount of gluten you eat since you’ll probably end up eating less carb-heavy meals in general. Unless you have a compelling reason to go completely gluten free (or any category of “natural foods” really), I wouldn’t suggest cutting it out completely becuase it’s difficult to add foods back into your diet after cutting them out for a long time. Over time you may notice a difference in the way you feel after you eat certain things (once you’re not eating them at every meal) and that might be a better time to consider cutting something out if you still feel strongly about it.

      If you’re working to improve your diet, moderation is really the important part. You can incorporate many gluten free meals without buying special products, since fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy, and many grains are naturally gluten free.