Prime Day Means 20% Off Household Stuff You Buy Anyway Like These Products

You don't have to buy things you don't need to participate in the Prime Day sales.

Household Products

Amazon Prime Day is a big day for a lot of people. For many, it’s the new Black Friday. If there’s anything you’ve had your eye on, there’s a great chance that Amazon will have a sale for it at some point during the Prime Day festivities, but it’s not just for the luxuries. In our house, we’ve found that it makes more sense to make use of our Amazon Prime membership—mostly reserved for streaming access—to place bulk orders of our most used products, including but not limited to the “good toilet paper” and the “good paper towels.”

Rather than walk the short distance to our local grocery store carrying huge reams of paper products, we prefer to short change the minor inconvenience by having them delivered right to our door for us. If you’re like us, or you’ve found inspiration in the modern convenience of Amazon delivery, don’t miss Amazon Prime Day deals on the products you were already planning to buy.

Up To 25% Off Amazon Brand Paper Products

Why We Picked It: After moving out of my parents’ house, I was asked what was one thing that cost more than I was expecting. To this day, I stand by toilet paper being more expensive than it should be. So to find that this toilet paper is on sale for $16 for 4 packs of 6 mega rolls that leave less lint behind, are sourced sustainably and won’t clog septic systems, there’s no reason to me not to purchase it.

30% Off Pain Relief

Why We Picked It: We go through a lot of pain relief products in our house and I know, we’re not outside of the norm. For $5 for a 500 count of pain relief tablets, you should buy several bottles and never get caught without. These are pretty much dollar store prices for one of the most used household items in the American home.

Up to 20% Off Coffee Pods

Why We Picked It: If you drink as much coffee as the average American household, a 100 count of coffee pods is a must-have. Compatible with any coffee machine that uses k-cups, this full bodied dark roast Arabica coffee has received an average of 4.5 stars from over 4,800 reviewers, so at this price and this quantity, you really cannot go wrong.

Up To 25% Off Amazon Brand Laundry Essentials

Why We Picked It: Similar to paper products, laundry products are among the things that cost more than I’d like to spend on them. For only $13, this 120-count of laundry pods will save you a pretty penny in the long run. They resolve in any water temperature and come with Amazon’s satisfaction guarantee that if you don’t love them within a year, you’ll be refunded no questions asked.

Up to 25% Baby Wipes and More

Why We Picked It: Baby wipes are among my list of essentials. I can’t live without them—and I’m not a baby. Perfect for wiping off dog’s paws after playing in the dirt, taking off make up or just a quick refresher, I keep a pack in the refrigerator for an added treat during the heat of the summer. You can keep them in your car. You can take them camping. You can even help a mother in need if she’s caught without a baby wipe at a bad time. The uses of baby wipes are endless and for $13 for this 432 count, you can’t go wrong .

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