Stock Up On Coconut Oil! Get Six 16 Ounce Jars for just $30.28 – an Awesome Price Per Ounce!

I love stocking up when I see a good deal!  You’ve seen my storage room, right?  Coconut oil will store well at any temperature for a long time.  Or if you are like me and use coconut oil often, 96 ounces could go very quickly!

I’ve crunched the numbers several times to be sure I’ve figured out the best price possible, yay, this is one great deal for high quality coconut oil from VitaCost!  Rarely do I see coconut oil at this low of a price per ounce.  Anytime you can get Organic Coconut Oil for 46¢ per ounce or less, you’re getting a great deal, in my opinion.  And this deal?  32¢ per ounce!!!  Rockin’!

This month, VitaCost is offering both Buy One Get One Half Off deals plus Free Shipping when you purchase $25 worth of their VitaCost Brand products.  Their VitaCost Brand Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is $8.95 for a 16 ounce jar, with a Buy One Get One Half Off option.  And, if you are a new customer with Vitacost and you first sign up through this referral link, you will receive an email with a $10 credit code which you can use to make your purchase.  Here’s the break down I figured out for you to get the best deal:

  1. Click through this link to sign up for a referral credit.  Vitacost will email you a $10 credit code.
  2. Put three 16 Ounce jars of VitaCost Brand Organic Coconut Oil into your cart.  You will be asked if you want the additional half price jars, and those will automatically be put into your cart.  Your subtotal for six jars of coconut oil will be $40.28.
  3. Enter your $10 referral credit code in the “If you have a promo code please enter it here” box.  This will take your subtotal down to $30.28!
  4. Continue through the check-out process, receive your coconut oil a few days later, then make some Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins (optional, but highly recommended).
  5. Bonus!  If you would like, you can refer your friends and family with your own referral code and receive Vitacost credit once they make a purchase.  :)

UPDATE!  Several of you have pointed out that you can get an even better deal if you purchase two 54 ounce tubs of VitaCost Brand Organic Coconut Oil!   It isn’t “buy one get one half off”, but if you purchase two at $20.99 each, then use your $10 referral code, you would get free shipping and your cost would be $31.98 – which is only 30¢ per ounce.  Sweet!

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  1. says

    Thanks for sharing! I didn’t use the referral code to buy the coconut oil (I love Tropical Traditions) but I did use it to buy some hard white wheat berries! :)

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    Laura Reply:

    Oh good!! Glad you got a good deal on the wheat berries!

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  2. Rachel says

    Correct me if i’m wrong but I think the bigger jars are still a better deal. Two 54 oz jars at $20.99 each equals 108 oz for $31.98 if you have a referral code plus you get free shipping. That’s only 30¢/oz. Even without a referral code I think it’s still a great deal. And don’t forget ebates!

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    Rochelle Reply:

    The 54 oz. jars don’t appear to be included in the Buy One, Get One Half Off deal.

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    Mary Reply:

    Rachel is right. It comes out to $0.30 per oz with the referral credit if you buy 2 of the larger size.

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    Laura Reply:

    Yep, you’re right! Since it isn’t “buy one get one half off”, I just assumed it wasn’t as good of a deal. I’ll edit the post to share this too. Thanks!

    Laura Reply:

    I was so wishing the 54 ounce was “buy one get one half off” but it’s not. :(

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    Laura Reply:

    Although hmm, even without that, it is still a good deal per ounce with the referral code!

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  3. Lorrie says

    I signed up through the referral code but have not received the $10 credit…any suggestions?

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    Laura Reply:

    Check your spam folder to see if it went there on accident. Otherwise, you may need to email or call them to see what happened?

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  4. Jill says

    So, I have previously ordered from Vitacost. When I clicked on your referral link it did not work because I “existed” on their site. Boo! :)

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  5. Lyndsay says

    Yay! I have gotten my husband hooked on coconut oil…he pops his popcorn in it. I fry our eggs in it. I fry everything in it…and I have been buying the little jars for $6-$8, depending on where I can find it!

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  6. Mary Ann says

    Thanks for sleuthing and sharing your great deals Laura! I just found your site yesterday and stayed up until almost 3:00 in the morning reading it (shame on me).

    I also didn’t get the $10 referral code yet, but when I called, the woman said it could take as long as 24 hours for it to come through! Really? Wow.

    Just to point out too, in case it matters…from the reviews it sounds like the coconut oil is unrefined because people spoke of the coconut smell and slight flavor. I like it myself but my teenage sons do not like the flavor of coconut oil and won’t even eat popcorn cooked in it. So it’s refined for me for the most part. Still, I think I will order some for all of the other uses it can be used for. Thanks again Laura.

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  7. Kentucky Lady says

    Hi Laura,
    Do you know the expiration date for this coconut oil ?
    And since you pray for everyone else, please pray for all of us here on your blog…I’m sure we could all use it….me especially….my son is in AFGHANISTAN in a very dangerous place….all prayers welcome…thanks Laura

    And could you give us more info on the Laundry Detergent you use ? Thanks

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    Laura Reply:

    I don’t know the expiration date, but I do know that coconut oil will last for over a year. I definitely do pray for my blog readers! Email me if you’d like me to send you more info on the laundry detergent. :)

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  8. says

    I can’t find expeller pressed coconut oil @ VitaCost. do they not sell that type of coconut oil?

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    Mandy Reply:

    I also have been unable to find expeller pressed coconut oil @ vitacost. Perhaps they have only the extra virgin?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, I think the only variety they carry is virgin. Bummer. Maybe you could email them and ask them to consider carrying expeller pressed. They are very good at listening to customers with suggestions!

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  9. Bill W says

    I haven’t yet checked the VitaCost sight out yet (but I will as soon as I finish this), but if you check around (I found it at an Amish store) you can get coconut oil fairly cheap I found 1 gallon jar (not organic) coconut oil for $15.65, I found the Amish carry a lot of herbs and health foods (and quite often cheap)I usually pay $24.64 for a 54 oz container or organic, (myself I could care less if it’s organic or not….lol). Just thought I’d share the info

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    Laura Reply:

    Good to know. I don’t have any places like this anywhere close to me, but maybe other readers do and can check it out!

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  10. Courtney Tucker says

    I would but, I’ve got a few gallons of Tropical Traditions Gold label Coconut oil already lol, thanks!

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  11. Christie DeSilva says

    This month, Costco here started carrying Nutiva organic extra-virgin cold-pressed coconut oil in a 78 oz container for $21.99. :) Score!

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    Christie DeSilva Reply:

    That $0.28 per ounce! EVERYDAY!

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    Laura Reply:

    If only I had a Costco somewhere close to me! :) I’m not jealous…I’m not jealous…

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    Christie DeSilva Reply:

    I couldn’t believe it when I saw it. I was hoping they would carry it, but when it was extra virgin and organic, I was even more excited. When I saw the price, I thought it had to be wrong, but sure enough! What a GREAT mainstream product for Costco to carry!

  12. Kentucky Lady says

    My friend and I went in together and ordered the coconut oil, just waiting for our order, anxious to try it….sure hope I like it…..

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  13. KristiM says

    Wow, thanks for the heads up – I’m just about out of my coconut oil! Just had to share this. First I signed into vitacost through ebates (8% back), and then I signed up for the “Set & Save” (like Amazon’s Subscribe & Save) to save another 10%. With the $10 off, I ended up paying 27.78 for (2) 54oz containers of coconut oil! Now to remember to either cancel or extend my Set & Save subscription. :)

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