28 Things You Should Be Subscribing to on Amazon
PSA for forgetful shoppers everywhere (hey, it takes one to know one): Amazon has a little-known feature called Subscribe and Save that might just change your life. Instead of buying a new toothbrush or a box of tampons every time you run out, Amazon let’s you subscribe to certain household items. Think: razors, toilet paper, Clorox wipes, makeup wipes. Once you’re subscribed, you can set-up auto deliveries for said products (as often as weekly) all for a discounted rate. Curious where to start? Scroll down, grasshoppers.
You never realize how often these come in handy until you’re fresh out.
Clorox ($9 for three-pack)
Two to go under every sink in the house.
Scotch-Brite ($13 for 12)
Thanks to its versatility, you use this spray anywhere (and always run out fast).
Razor Blade Refills
Skip the hassle of calling over a salesperson and get them shipped.
Gilette Venus ($16 for 4)
Did you forget to buy foil again?
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
You know what’s worse than cleaning the toilet? Not cleaning the toilet.
Clorox ($8 for 6 pads)
Saving 15 percent on each bottle adds up in the long run.
Method ($23 for six)
So your laundry basket doesn’t runneth over because you’re out of soap.
Tide ($19 for 81 pods)
Bounce ($8 for 240)
Replacement Water Filters
One of those things that you probably use way longer than you should.
Brita ($13 for two)
Don’t be naïve. You can never have enough.
Pampers ($24 for 88 pack)
To carry day-camp snacks, spillable toiletries or leftover mac ‘n’ cheese.
Ziploc ($13 for three pack)
Because you never, ever have these when you need them.
Energizer ($11 for 24)
Bars of Soap
Just give up on the sliver of soap in your shower.
Dove ($3 for three-pack)
These are just more convenient when they are delivered straight to your bathroom.
Cottonelle ($6 for 12)
Another don’t-want-to-be-without necessity.
Colgate ($3 for two-pack)
Buying these in bulk is the smartest decision you’ll make all day.
The Original Donut Shop ($32 for 72)
Already addicted? Here’s your cure.
Again with the beauty product addictions...
A gentle reminder to add some SPF into your daily routine.
Neutrogena (11 for two$)
500 may seem like a lot, but these guys are the OG multitaskers.
Q-Tips ($12 for four-pack)
To keep your dishes sparkling, always.
Cascade ($16 for 78 pack)
This formula will get out everything from red wine to that rogue mustard stain from last weekend’s BBQ.
Oxi Clean ($7 for one)
Makeup Removing Wipes
A gal who’s suffered through raccoon eyes knows how clutch these are.
Clean & Clear ($4 for 25)
Don’t be self-conscious.
Dove ($4 for one)
Playtex ($7 for 36)
To be used on sticky fingers, tired eyes and messy tables.
7th Generation ($14 for 384)
We’ve all been there: Adding water to an empty soap bottle only works for so long.