Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 So Delicious Almond Plus Dairy-Free, $3/2 Cases of Ball or Kerr Canning Jars, $1/2 Alexia Frozen Items, $1/2 Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips, $0.55/1 Florida Crystals, $0.75/3 Larabar or Jocolat bars, $0.50/1 Newman’s Own Salad Dressing, $1/1 gud (Burt’s Bees) products, $0.50/1 Plum Organic Baby or Tots Pouch (Facebook offer), $0.50/1 Newman’s Fig Newmans, $0.75/1 Newman’s Own Organic Chocolate Bars, $1/1 Hodgson Mill Organic Pasta, $1/1 Woodstock Organic Frozen Fruits or Vegetables, $1/1 Udi’s Gluten Free Product. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama and Saving Naturally)

Organic Egg, Butter and Milk Coupons: It’s always so refreshing to find coupons for basic, whole foods like eggs, butter and milk, so I was particularly happy to see that these Organic Valley coupons are still available — $1/1 dozen eggs, $1.50/ 2 organic valley butters, $1.50/2 Organic Valley Milk (64 oz. or larger).

50 New Recyclebank Points: When you “Learn more about sustainable packaging” (Dasani) and “Learn about re-refined motor oil” (EcoPower Motor Oil) at Recyclebank, you can earn an extra 50 points (25 each). Redeem them for coupons like $2/1 Nature’s Gate, $1/1 Stonyfield 1 qt. yogurt, or $1/1 Odwalla Juice.

Free $40 Natural and Organic Sample Tote with Purchase: When you make a $30 or more purchase in the green & natural section at Drugstore.com, you get a free tote full of natural and organic samples ($40 value) and free shipping. I would check the sale section to find items you need or usually buy anyways to make your $30 (ie. don’t spend money just to get something). (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)

Violet + Moss Organic Children’s Clothing up to 75% Off: If you have babies or young children (size 6 and smaller), this is an excellent deal on designer organic children’s clothes from the Violet + Moss line (part of Kate Quinn Organics). Get 50% off a $100 order with SAVE50 or get 75% off a $300 order with SAVE75 (this works out to spending $75 for a $300 value!). There are plenty of onesies and sleepsacks, dresses, comfy pants and more. Today (June 8th) is the last day of this sale, so act quick. (Thanks, Organic Deals!)

Free Admission to National Parks this Saturday: Spend a day enjoying nature, some fresh air and plenty of exercise on Get Outdoors Day, this Saturday, June 9th. Over 100 national parks will be offering free entrance that day.

Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school in Langley, B.C. with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmedwithout going broke, and with simple meal planning.

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  1. Sarah says

    Thanks so much for these. Is the tote bag from Drugstore.com available to people who got it the last time it was offered? When I click the link, I don’t see any offer. I tried adding $40 worth of Green & Natural stuff to my bag to see if I would get the offer, but I still don’t see it. I am wondering if it’s because I took advantage of it before.

  2. Elizabeth H. says

    I don’t the drugstore.com offer either and I did not take advantage of it last time. I was wondering if there is an offer code or something.

  3. Sarah says

    Okay, here’s the deal. I called Drugstore.com twice. I really wanted the Seventh Generation gift sample bag but could not get it to show up. Finally, I clicked through the link and it DID show up but it switched to a Nordic Naturals sample bag instead. Because I had taken advantage of that offer already, it said I wasn’t eligible to do it again. I called to find out if they had run out of Seventh Generation sample bags. The guy didn’t know and it was going to require research and being that I had already wasted an hour clicking through links, trying to get it to work, I didn’t want to waste any more time (yes, I know, I am way too persistent when I want a deal!). Being that it’s now automatically switching from a “Seventh Generation” bag to a “Nordic Naturals” bag lets me know something has either run out or gone awry. Now, the only way for me to get the sample bag is to not sign in to my account but use my husband’s email. In a way, that seems dishonest, but it’s not my fault they ran out of the original offer and have now switched to a previous offer. I have not clicked to place the order yet — I’m trying to do the right thing. I feel like I earned it now, with so much wasted time even though I’m not technically “eligible” for the same bag twice. Decisions, decisions.