Get a 32-Ounce Jug Of Maple Syrup For As Low As $15.60

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I’m always on the look-out for a nice deal on real maple syrup.  Typically, if I find a 32 ounce jug for under $20.00, I snatch it up!

Here’s what I found on Amazon today, and here are the price options:

Anderson’s Pure Maple Syrup, Grade B, 32-Ounce

  • $19.50 with free shipping, or
  • $18.52 with Subscribe and Save, or
  • $15.60 with Subscribe and Save plus Amazon Mom

All of those prices are good, but that $15.60 price tag is motivating me to find four other items I need and use regularly so that I can get that Amazon Mom perk with this purchase!

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  1. Brooke says

    What is Amazon mom?

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    Laura Reply:

    I don’t know all the details on Amazon Mom, but since I have Amazon Prime, I also, for free, have Amazon Mom perks. :)

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  2. Bria says

    It doesn’t seem to be organic. Our family hasn’t yet moved to organic syrup (I can only afford so much), but I know many bloggers write about how important that is. What’s your take on organic maple syrup?

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    Laura Reply:

    While I do prefer organic, I don’t believe using non-organic syrup is bad. As long as the ingredients are “pure maple syrup,” that’s what I consider to be most important. :)

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  3. Courtney says

    Sam’s Club sells 32 oz. bottles of maple syrup for $13.28.

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    Laura Reply:

    Wow, great price! Sam’s and Costco aren’t options for me since I live in a small town. Love hearing that many of you have these options!

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    Courtney Reply:

    We actually live waaaay out in the country…the closest town with a small Walmart and one other grocery store is twenty minutes away from us. It’s an hour drive to a bigger town that has Sam’s Club, Target, and a few bigger chain grocery stores. My kids have music and tennis lessons in the bigger town once a week, so I’m able to stock up at Sam’s then. I’m grateful to be able to shop there frequently because their prices can’t be beat in our area, especially on staples.

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