20 Cheap Amazon Subscribe & Save Filler Options | All Under $2!

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It’s so easy to save on Amazon!

If you’re an avid Amazon shopper, you likely have used Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program to score awesome deals on things like beauty, grocery, pet, household, and more. I mean who doesn’t love the convenience of having products you need automatically delivered to your door each month!?

And guess what? You can now get more frequent S&S deliveries!

You can Subscribe & Save to items as frequently as every 2 weeks instead of once per month! That’s right! You can now choose to have your goodies delivered every 2 weeks, 3 weeks, 5 weeks, and so on depending on the item. Sweet!

With Amazon Subscribe & Save, you can quickly set up regularly scheduled deliveries (from every 2 weeks to every six months) on thousands of eligible products, AND you can even set different items to different schedules!

Also, you can unlock extra savings and deals on select subscriptions by clipping coupons or subscribing to five or more products in one month to one address on your monthly delivery day.

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We especially love Subscribe & Save as there is NO commitment once you subscribe (even if it’s just for one month!) and you can cancel or skip your deliveries at ANY time by visiting your account!

As we mentioned above, to get the most bang for your buck with Subscribe & Save, you need to schedule at least 5 items for regular delivery so that you automatically get an extra 15% off your entire order! Oftentimes, you may find that you are subscribed to 4 items and you just need to find one more item to hit that 5-item total to get the coveted 15% off. These items are what we often refer to as a “filler” item.

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20 Cheap Amazon Subscribe & Save Items (i.e. Filler Items):

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Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 3 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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Comments 13

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re SO very welcome, Tracy! SO glad to help you grab the savings you need! 🙌💖

  1. Cooper929

    I thought you had to have 5 items in ONE auto-delivery to get the max savings? So wouldn’t all 5 items have to delivery in the same order whether its monthly or every 2 months?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes, 5 items in any one order will get the max 15% off, but that can be every 2 weeks or every 2 months.

  2. Ila in Maine

    You are wonderful.

    Thank You for these filler items which helped tremendously. I got to the 15% discount easily and got stocking stuffers as well.

    No, it is never too early to shop for Dec 25. We do FDA-approved stockings for the more mature members of the family who are on fixed incomes and either can’t or won’t treat themselves to some of the things you listed.

    I posted this link everywhere I could and shared them with all my friends via email.

    I’m sure I’ll be checking back in.

    • Chelsey (Hip Sidekick)

      I absolutely agree that it’s never too early to shop for the holidays! You’re so sweet for creating those stockings, I’m sure they love it! Also, thanks a ton for sharing the site!

    • breanna-2

      What are FDA approved stockings?

      • Ila in Maine

        Sorry I didn’t see this sooner. TY for asking.

        FDA-approved stockings are filled with new toothbrushes, toothpaste, denture cleaners, Fixodent, OTC meds like Tylenol & Advil (or generic equivalents) small amounts of sweets (or sugar-free if necessary) a new calendar, date book, or an address book.

        While we know some seniors took right away to these new-fangled computers, some chose not to so we choose things each category would like. Hair products like bobby pins, new hairbrushes, shampoo, liquid soap, and most of all a gift certificate to someplace they love to shop but don’t anymore because of difficulty getting there or high prices.

        If they don’t drive anymore and it is affordable a 6-month gift card to their local Metro. Something many enjoy that is absolutely free, except for your time – make up a coupon book:

        This coupon is good for one ride to and from the Doctor.
        This coupon is good for a ride to and from the mall or store of your choice.
        and this one has been immensely popular:
        This coupon is good for getting or renewing your library card. Since most libraries allow the borrowing of books, audiobooks, and even movies today through an app this is one of the most popular coupons ever introduced into our coupon books.
        This coupon book is good for one ride to and from the Veterinarian.
        Well, I’m sure you get the idea.

        I hope this is helpful and I’d love to hear any suggestions you or anyone else has. I would love to see this expanded to Veteran Homes and Nursing homes. I am disabled and can’t get out anymore myself but one thing I hope I never stop doing is reaching out to others. Kindness is free and making someone feel they are remembered and cared for is the ultimate high.

  3. Teresa

    I know the original post was in October 2021, but I have a few ideas for coupons.
    You could give coupons for computer help, reading to them for an hour, taking them on a walk outside for an hour or a mile, be their companion for an afternoon, go to the grocery store for them, go to Walmart for them.
    I also thought of a few things that would be nice for the stockings. Such as, Chapstick, pens, stationary, playing cards, a movie rental gift certificate if they have cable, other games if they have people to play with, electronic games, if they wear a wig a new wig cap (wigs can create sores on the scalp), greeting cards (sometimes I get a few greeting cards in the mail when a nonprofit is soliciting donations, dollar store cards) , stamps, Samples of hand lotion, Vaseline, Aquaphor, aftershave, perfume or cologne.
    Most of these things my mother asked for when she was in a nursing home and independent living prior to going to the nursing home.

  4. gentledogwalker

    Clarification please. Does this mean if you do subscribe and save at the six month renewal that you don’t get the 15%? It Hass to be the two month one?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! You are able to save up to 15% off when receiving 5 or more products in one auto-delivery to one address. It could be a Subscribe & Save delivery scheduled for 6 months, as long as it meets that criteria! Hope this is helpful! ❤️

  5. elke dary

    How do i subscribe and how much does it cost?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! Each item will vary in cost and can change often. Not all items are eligible for Subscribe & Save. To grab the S&S discount on a given item, be sure to select that option on the product page if available. Hoping that is helpful! ❤️

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