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Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: B1G1 Pure Bar, $1/1 and $0.75/1 Rudi’s Organic Bread, $3/2 packages of Starbucks Coffee (I love their Fair Trade Italian Roast), $0.50/1 Muir Glen, $1/1 Kashi Soft Baked Squares, $1/1 Oregon Chai and another $1/1, $0.50/1 Mountain High 32 oz. Yogurt, $1/2 32 oz. bottles Lifeway Kefir (and other Lifeway/kefir coupons), $3/1 Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent, $0.75/1 Back to Nature Macaroni and Cheese (click “Coupons and Samples”). (Thanks, Organic Deals!)

More Holiday Coupons: Last week I shared some of the holiday baking coupons that are available, and this week I found a whole new batch of coupons for your healthy holiday meals:

Get $30 in Free Product from Green Cupboards: On Black Friday at 12:00 (midnight) EST, Green Cupboards (natural online store) will be offering $30 of product for only $10 with coupon code 20ONBLACK for the first 500 customers. You can make this deal better by purchasing $10 for a $20 gift card deal now and waiting to use it until Black Friday, to get $30 total of free product. To make it even better, shipping is free between November 23 and 26, 2012. (Thanks, The Greenbacks Gal!)

Get a Free $10 Credit to Zulily: This free $10 credit to Zulily is something to get and hold on to it. Zulily changes every day but they get in so many organic/green/natural items for kids and moms, especially things like natural toys around Black Friday and before Christmas. Their shipping is expensive at $5.95 and up, but with this code, you can take advantage of a good price, without feeling dinged by the shipping. From comments I’ve read, the $10 credit often doesn’t show up immediately, but often the next time you log in.

 60 More Points on Recyclebank: Take the SC Johnson Green Choices Challenge to earn another 60 points on Recyclebank. Save your points for high-value natural and organic coupons.

Organic Coconut Oil for $7.91 Per Jar: Since organic butter is expensive, I often use half butter and half coconut oil. Amazon has one of the best prices on coconut oil with Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 15 oz. Tubs for $15.82 with Subscribe & Save, or $7.91 each (eligible for Super Saver Shipping). You can also get Equal Exchange Spicy Hot Cocoa for $7 per can, compared to more like $7.50-$8 in most stores. If it sounds a little bizarre, just try it. Spicy hot chocolate is just amazing.

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 that teaches piano lessons in Surrey 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.

Find more Natural & Organic tips and deals. (Note: Some of the links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

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  1. says

    Green Cupboards also offers two other ways to earn codes: the first by signing up for their newsletter ($5 off your first purchase) and by sharing about their black friday deals on facebook ($10 off). If what The Greenbacks Gal says is true, and you can use 2 coupon codes, then there are a few ways to do this since you will have your choice of three codes to use (the third is the $20 off $30, if you are one of the first 500).

    I’m not sure if buying the gift card (only $10 for a $20 gc right now) is the best way. Perhaps it depends on what you want to buy, and whether or not you think you can be one of the first 500.

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