Inexpenive Maple Syrup! Yes, You Heard Me

What a dork. I posted about this great maple syrup dealio on Go Dairy Free, but not here on my frugal blog. Luckily, there is still time to share, since this deal goes until the end of the month. I bought two jugs of the grade B (am debating buying more), which has a richer maple flavor. If you prefer, Grade A is available for the same price. Here is the summary of the deal that I posted:

“Recipes that glug back 1/2 cup of maple syrup or more do make me cringe. Who has that kind of money?! However, pure maple syrup is an indulgence that I believe everyone should enjoy … in moderation … and on sale. Which is why I load up when I find a fantastic maple syrup deal like this one:

Coombs Family Farms 100% Pure Maple Syrup [Organic option] for as low as $12.50 per 2 lb jug (32 ounces), delivered. Yes, that is no tax, on your doorstep, not even fifty cents to drive to the store, end price, that is it. I challenge you to find pure maple syrup for less than $6.25/lb! Use the coupon code BASCOM35, and sign up for subscribe & save (can be cancelled at any time after your order), to get the full discount (details on this page). This deal pops up once in a blue moon on Amazon, but I haven’t found any rhyme or reason to the timing. All I know is that the offer expires at the end of the month (September 30, 2009), so head to the Coomb’s Sale Now!”

Remember, you have to use the coupon code to get 35% off (a great deal at this point), and go through the Subscribe & Save to get an additional 15% off (an unreal deal at this point). After you receive your order (mine arrived in one day – I kid you not!), you can cancel the Subscribe & Save status if you decide you don’t want regular shipments, and you still get to keep the deal. So in the end, you basically get two for the price of one (a 32-ounce jug comes out to $12.50 or $13.00 depending on which you pick), with free shipping and no tax (unless you live in an Amazon warehouse state – you know who you are).

This was by far the most awesome discount this month (in my honest opinion), but to see all of the Amazon foodie dealios this month, visit the Grocery Sales Page.

Okay, now that we have everything clear, go buy some inexpensive maple syrup … (I convinced myself, I’m off to buy two more!)

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13 thoughts on “Inexpenive Maple Syrup! Yes, You Heard Me

  1. Wow! What a deal! I’ll definitely have to look into that.

  2. I found it through twitter and I bought 2 already 🙂

  3. Girl…thank you for this!!! In all the raw baking I’ve been doing lately, I have been going thru syrup and agave like it’s water and seriously, it gets really expensive! Thanks for this!

    And thanks for stoppin by my bloggie and enjoying my pics of my eats, you rock 🙂

    I read your comment on another blog how the raw thing didnt work for you and I hope I dont ever come off as extreme, I just find that it works for me and I roll with it. And if cooked steak works for someone else, I am so happy for them that they found their path, ya know 🙂 Anyway, just wanted to say thanks for being a friend even though we eat a little diff 🙂

    And thx for the syrup scorrrrre! (score) sorry, I’m excited 🙂

  4. I wish that deal was available over here! We pay a minimum of $10 for a teeny 250ml bottle of maple syrup. I’m embarrassed to say that I always have a bottle of ghetto maple in the fridge for those times when too much is called for *blush*.

  5. That is a really great deal on syrup!

  6. Thanks for this – good maple syrup is SO hard to find for less than 5 gazillion dollars a pound. This is the brand that we have in the fridge, actually, so I can attest to its goodness.

  7. Oh wow this looks like a good deal! I’ve been buying mine from Costco for I think about $16CDN/2 lb.

  8. I can attest to the AMAZING flavor of this syrup. . . literally the best maple syrup I have ever tried. Go get some, folks! I only wish I could order it here in Canada. 🙁

  9. Gina

    WOW!!!! What a great deal!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  10. Ashley

    So, am I paying for the Subscribe and Save, or does my money get refunded once I cancel? I’m confused! Thanks for any help!

  11. I had a little sample jug of real maple and I didn’t give a good chance. This is a nudge that I should try again. Gracias, my dear!

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