Three Amazon Dash Buttons ONLY $9.98 + Score $15 in Amazon Credits
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For a limited time, Amazon is hosting a Buy 2 Get 1 FREE Sale on Amazon Dash Buttons (limit 1) – including buttons for Tide, Mrs. Meyer’s, Charmin, Bounty & many more! Even sweeter, you’ll score a $4.99 credit with the first order on each dash button before December 31, 2017.
Please note that this offer is valid for Amazon Prime Members only.
This means you’ll pay just $9.98 for THREE Dash buttons and you’ll receive $14.97 in credits when you use them. Plus, you may have the option to choose FREE No-Rush Shipping at checkout to score a $1 reward for select digital items OR a $5 Prime Pantry credit (may vary by account).
Buy 3 Amazon Dash Buttons $4.99 each
Total after Buy 2 Get 1 FREE sale = $9.98
Earn $4.99 back per Dash button purchase (equals to $14.97 back in credits)
Final cost $3.32 per dash button + earn $14.97 back in credits!
WHAT ARE DASH BUTTONS?
Amazon Dash Button is a Wi-Fi connected device that reorders your favorite product with the press of a button. Each Dash Button is paired with a product of your choice, which is selected during the set-up process. When you’re running low, simply press Dash Button—ensuring you never run out of your essentials again.
And don’t fret as there is order protection!
With this setting, Dash Button will not place a new order until your prior order is delivered—regardless of how many times Dash Button is pressed. You will also receive an order notification for every order placed and you can cancel orders at any time before they are marked as “Shipping Soon”.
Do these buttons sound useless to you? Here are a couple of reader comments from past posts:
I think this concept would be helpful for our aging parents and older adults that can’t drive or have difficulty shopping, etc. For example, the dog food dash button is perfect for my mother-in-law. She can’t walk around in a store anymore and has trouble lifting items. She is not tech savvy enough to order online but we can set this up in her house for her to push when she needs dog food!
I think the idea is that you can place the button right near where you use the item, so that right when you realize you’re low/need it, you can press it to order so that you don’t forget. I often realize I need something in the moment, only to get distracted and forget about it shortly thereafter.