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Tropical Traditions: Free Shipping + Buy 1 Get 1 Free Coconut Oil = 4 Jars Only $25 Shipped

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Don’t forget! The FREE Shipping offer ends tonight!

If you’re looking to stock up on some awesome Coconut Oil (great for cooking, hair, skin and much more!), then head on over to Tropical Traditions. Through tonight, January 28th, Tropical Traditions is offering up FREE shipping with any purchase of $16 or more when you enter the coupon Code 28113 at checkout.

Even sweeter, the 16 oz. jars of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil pictured at the very top of this post are currently on sale for Buy 1 at $12.50 and Get 1 Free. Plus, the 16 oz. jars of Coconut Oil for Hair are on sale for $7.99 (reg. $12.50!) and the 100% Pure Moisturizing Cream 4 oz. jars are on sale for $11.40-$12 (reg. $19-$20!).

Check out this deal scenario to get you thinkin’…

 Head over here, scroll down and add two of the double-packs of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil 16 oz. jars to your cart. Since they are priced at $12.50 AND on sale buy 1 get 1 FREE, you’ll snag 4 jars for just $25 + FREE shipping! That means you are paying just $6.25 per jar, which is an awesome deal for this highly raved about coconut oil!

And be sure to check out my recipe for Homemade Popcorn once your order arrives… so good and good for ya! :D

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  • Craig says:

    Hey how did your popcorn get that nice yellow color? Im using a coconut oil with mine and its still white color. And if mem serves I did buy Jiffys yellow corn. Hmmmn.

  • Nancy Cook says:

    Missed this offer the last time.Thank you so much for re-posting it!!!! This makes the BEST popcorn ever!!!!!

  • Kristen says:

    Anyone have any good recommendations for a popcorn popper? …. And/or any good deals? I have been wanting to purchase one but can’t decide. Thank you!

  • Diana says:

    Stircrazy is my favorite brand of popper! :)

    • Kristen says:

      Thank you for the recommendations! I am going to try the Stir Crazy! I think my daughter will like that one because you can see it being popped.

  • Karina Koji says:

    yay! thanks collin, this stuff is great!

  • Melanie says:

    We have a stircrazy also, and we LOVE it!! The popcorn is so yummy! And may I also suggest buying organic popcorn(most grocery stores should carry it, right next to the regular popcorn), it’s not too much more expensive than regular corn. Corn (corn oils, etc.) are one of the most gmo-foods out there. Been trying to be more aware of gmo foods lately. I’ve been wanting to try coconut oil, I just may have to get this deal!! Thanks, Collin!

  • brenda81966 says:

    I would like to use this for hair, body, in coffee and cooking , what one should i get, all new to me. I just posted today on collins website of coconuts oil, just dont know what one to get , so many out there? please help me out. TIA

    • Em says:

      Just the regular coconut oil is fine and can be used for everything. I can’t figure out why they call that one coconut oil “hair oil” but I’m sure it’s something dumb like “whipped” or something. I use a different brand but I use it for everything hair, skin, teeth, cooking, deoderant, furniture polish, lube….seriously everything.

      • Em says:

        By regular oil I mean the first one listed. The expellar pressed yadda yadda

      • brenda81966 says:

        Thank you Em for answer my question, i am going to buy some, love to know how you use it for you teeth and deoderant. thanks so much Em!!!:-)

        • Em says:

          I make a little toothpaste with coconut oil and baking soda and use it a couple of times a week, not to often because of the abrasive quality. I use tooth soap which has no abrasive quality so this is how I keep my teeth nice and white. Then I oil pull with it first thing in the morning, just put a teaspoon in my mouth and swish until I can’t swish anymore (your mouth gets so full!) and that keeps my gums nice and healthy. Some say it detoxifys you but I’m not real sold on that, maybe it does, Idk. For deoderant I mix 5-6 teaspoons coconut oil with 1/4 cup baking soda and a few drops of essential oil. I put it in a tupperware container and scoop a peasize amount out with my finger and rub it on in the morning. No stink for 24+ hours and really not much sweating. I have Arab blood, we sweat a lot…so it definitly works! Even my husband uses it. :)

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  • Shelby says:

    I stocked up on coconut oil because that was the big craze for 2012. Now organic virgin red palm oil is the big thing for 2013. When is it ever going to stop?! ;->

    • brenda81966 says:

      Shelby, is this a coconuts oil to buy for coffee, hair, and food reason? never bought it before

      • Shelby says:

        Brenda, I’ve mostly used my coconut oil for cooking. But yes, it has many other uses. I highly reccommend it.

      • Em says:

        Never, lol! I avoid palm oil only due to the fact that it has some shady practices around it re: harvisting. Coconuts obviously fall off the tree and whatnot so it’s not a big deal, but palms are being deforested! We’re killing our beautiful Earth and it makes me sad. :(

        • Shelby says:

          Hey Em, I did some research on what you were talking about and I was so surprised and shocked by what I read! Orangutans are killed each day for palm oil because of the deforestation process. I had no idea! Craze of 2013 or not, I’m sticking with coconut oil. Thanks for enlightening me.

          • Em says:

            It’s sad right!!!? I think there are probably safe companies out there that farm raise, but I haven’t researched enough to find them, mostly because I LOVE my coconut oil lol

  • Danielle says:

    I don’t know about this brand, but FYI, replacing vegetable oil with coconut oil in homemade granola is FABULOUS!

  • Rachel says:

    Their moisturizing cream is awesome! I ordered some unscented and some baby silk scent last time and I’m not a fan of the baby silk. The unscented has a slight coconut smell (of course) and it does wonders for my dry skin:). I just ordered 3 more at this price. Their organic spices are good prices too – and they have organic popcorn for sale. I love this site:). Great prices and great products! Free shipping makes it even better!

  • Lauren Giles says:

    can you switch regular cooking oil with coconut oil straight across? proportions and everything without a difference in taste? I’ve never used it before, but have always wanted to try it.

  • Grace says:

    I bought this deal today and then went to Costco and they have a gallon of organic Nutiva brand coconut oil for only $21.99! That’s 28 cents/oz vs 39 cents/oz through this deal. :( Still cheaper that health stores or Amazon, but still…

  • MM says:

    Coconut oil for hair (an excellent conditioner, apply it to hair an hour before or upto 24 hrs and wash you hair with shampoo)is available for a fairly decent price at any Indian Stores. There are several around in Portland/Beaverton area.

  • Silvia says:

    Hi, I tried to get this deal yesterday but when I arrived to the payment options I could not remember my Paypal password :-/. Anyway I went back to it today and I just wanted to let you know that I was still able to get the deal of free shipping but I’m not sure if it was be side I had already applied the code yesterday or if the code is still working today. Someone may want to still try it to see if it worlds out, HTH. And thanks, I love coconut oil!!

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