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Amazon: 48 Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue Mega Rolls $22.45 Shipped = Only $0.16 Per Single Roll Expired

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ALL GONE :(

You can currently snag a *HOT* deal on this Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue 12 Mega Roll Pack (Pack of 4) priced at just $32.45. . It’s regularly priced at $32.45, however, when you choose Subscribe & Save (on the right) AND scroll down to clip the $10 off coupon, your final cost will be just $22.45!
This is a great price as you are snagging a total of 4 package of Scott Bath Tissue, with each package containing a total of 12 mega rolls of toilet paper, which equals out to 144 single rolls… so basically you are paying ONLY $0.16 per single roll. Not too shabby!

I would hurry to get in on this deal if interested, as these toilet paper deals never seem to last long.

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35 Hip Readers Commented

  • alicia says:

    awesome deal. also on the “people also bought” section there was a 2x 12 pack of viva towels that had a $7 coupon on there. less than $1 a roll shipped.

  • Nikki says:

    I got a good deal on Amazon on another brand tp a while back but I just will not order Scott. Every member in my fam complains it’s so darn thin, you have to keep pulling off more and more from the roll. Where’s the savings in that?

    • Kristen says:

      Uhoh, my husband is going to kill me! ;) I finally found something cheaper than Costco so I went for it, but if it’s thin and cheap-y he will NOT be happy. I know I don’t like the regular Scott, but I was hoping the Extra Soft would be better. I guess we’ll find out!

      • Because I Saw It On Pinterest says:

        Kristen, don’t panic! The extra soft is a little thicker than the other varieties. The 1000 sheet variety is terrible but this one is ok. Plus the way I decide if TP is a good deal is convert the sq ft to dollars. If they are about equal, then it’s a fabulous deal. In this case, you’re getting 2626sq ft so paying $26.26 would be an amazing deal, but you’re paying less than that so it’s like a superfabulousamazing deal!

      • fran says:

        I don’t like the regular Scott, but I did like the Extra Soft. I didn’t find it thin at all.
        Maybe Nikki is thinking of regular Scott, which is thin.

    • Laura says:

      Scott Extra Soft is not the same as regular Scott. I always buy Scott Extra Soft, but my hubby HATES the regular Scott.

  • Kristen says:

    I calculated this to be 2,625.6 square feet, so $0.0085 per square foot. Cheaper than Kirkland brand at Costco – and that almost never happens! Woohoo ;)

    Just want to make sure – the price they showed today is the price I will be charged, right? Even though Amazon is saying it won’t ship until February 7? I haven’t started a new Subscribe & Save since they changed it around.

  • Laurie says:

    Target has a great deal on Scott this week. Their 24 pack is 15.99. Buy 2 and get a $5 Target gift card. Plus the packages each had a $2.50 coupon on them per package. So 48 rolls of regular Scott came to $22 after Gift card and coupons!

    • Kim B. says:

      Do anyone know if the coupons apply everytime for subcribe and save? I would think not on a deal like this, but I didn’t know if anyone has noticed on other deals.

    • Kristen says:

      Thank you for posting this! I didn’t think I would get lucky enough to find the peelies at my Target, but I did! My parents only use Scott and my mom was so excited about this deal ;)

  • adrimom says:

    Thanks! We just moved and now have our own septic system. My husband wanted me to stock up on thinner TP. Guess my Charmin days are over!

  • Kim B. says:

    Does anyone know if the coupons apply everytime for subcribe and save? I would think not on a deal like this, but I didn’t know if anyone has noticed on other deals.

  • Laura says:

    It says it comes Feb 15??

    • Ketryna says:

      You can change your subscribe and save delivery dates. I believe they send all your subscribe and save items on the same day of that month. Mine said the 22nd. You still get it for that low price even though it takes a while to ship.

  • Kim says:

    Out of stock!

  • Jessica says:

    Out of stock now :(

  • Pam says:

    My order could be processed b/c they ran out of stock already :(

  • Out :( bummer. We love Scott!!

  • Missie B. says:

    If you click on the “5 new” link, it will show it at Amazon for $32.45 and will apply the $10.00 coupon and you can select “free super saver shipping”. Not as good a deal, $2.00 more, but still not bad.

  • VIkki says:

    I was lucky at Safeway a while ago with stocking up on cottonelle just for $0.09 per roll!

  • Cindy says:

    I think the deal is expired. New price is 49.99 and no subsribe and save option.

  • Melissa says:

    Correct me if I am wrong, but are any of these “Subscribe and Save” deals actually any good past the initial buy? The normal price is in effect for the next shipment, is nowhere close to being a bargain. It doesn’t look like it is possible to “save” unless the next order is during one of these sales that lasts minutes. If that is the case, then one should always cancel after receiving their first order. Do I understand this all correctly?

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  • Lindsey says:

    Out of stock :(

  • vm says:

    ITS BAAAAAACK!!!
    I JUST DID THIS DEAL 2 SECONDS AGO…I MISSED IT YESTERDAY BUT THOUGHT I’D CHECK:)
    (NEEDED IT FOR A SILLY BDAY PRESENT FOR MY BIL!

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