Hurry! Get FREE Cranberry Squares from Amazon!! SOLD OUT

Sorry, but this item has sold out. Watch for it to come back in stock.  The code expires February 28, 2006.

You guys know how fast these online deals go, so hurry!!  Add this item HERE to your shopping cart, and use code HONESTFD, and the item will be 0.00.  Do subscribe and save and you will also get FREE shipping.  If you don’t want to continue getting them after trying them, be sure to cancel your subscription.   This will only work if you order one box! So don’t try to get a whole bunch. This item also qualifies for Super Saver Shipping if you spend $25 or more.

Thanks WantNot!

I just did this and have one package of 12 on its way to me for FREE!  YAY!

40 Comments:
  1. I just ordered and it worked for me! Thanks for posting – I can’t wait to try them!

  2. Thanks! I just ordered mine too! I look forward to your blog everyday. Keep up the good work.

  3. It worked for me, yay! I was just wondering how long you should wait to cancel the membership, and how you do that.

  4. Alright, so what did I subscribe to? LOL I didnt read it, I was too busy getting in on the deal so quick.

  5. i had a book i needed to order on amazon but was only $22, so it didn’t qualify for free shipping. when i added the honest food squares to my cart, it put me over the $25 mark. i got free shipping on my book AND a free snack!
    :)

  6. Thank you! I just did this deal, and it worked like a charm. I chose the “delivery every 6 months” option so that I can make an informed decision about canceling once I receive the product. :)

  7. Got it! Thanks. Don’t know anything about these snacks, but this is a good trial. If you happen to be an Amazon Prime member (as I am) you get free shipping without having to deal with the hassle of subscribing then canceling. Hooray!!

    • LOL, thanks MSM. There are so many fine lines when it comes to deal hunting aren’t there? Seems like I face a new line every day I blog..:sigh: but I try my best to post only ethical deal hunting/couponing.
      For everyone else, I just wanted to say that I don’t suggest doing subscribe and save unless you actually intend on subscribing to it. This is something I have been thinking and praying on today. Please use your best judgment everyone.

  8. Thanks you so much. I too was confused with the subscribing part. You subscribe to Amazon Prime Free for one month…can cancel with no penalty.

  9. Thank you so much for passing this on to everyone. It worked and can’t wait to try these goodies!!! Thrifty Mama is fabulous!! I’ve saved so much money through your website.

  10. I went to email it to a friend and it reads – “Sign up to be notified when this item becomes available.”

    Both this and the Blueberry/Vanilla read like this.

  11. Bummer…looks like this deal was too good to be true. They cancelled my order saying it was a faulty code.

  12. Here’s what I received just today and it’s sounds suspect. They went as far as removing the ENTIRE order out of my history to never be retrieved again. SUSPECT. If anyone ordered the other flavor which was smaller in size and cheaper, did your order get canceled as well? True sign if they say yes that this was a no pay-up for the play-up scenario:

    Greetings from Amazon.com.

    We regret to inform you that an error caused an incorrect promotional code to be displayed on our website. We are not offering this promotion at this time.

    In accordance with our posted policies on pricing, we are unable to offer the item(s) you ordered for the incorrectly posted promotional price. Therefore, we have cancelled the item(s) from your order.

    At any given time, despite our best efforts, a small number of the millions of items on our site may be mispriced. We do, however,
    verify prices as part of our shipping procedures. If we discover than an item’s correct price is higher than our stated price, we will, at
    our discretion, either contact you for instructions before shipping or cancel your order and notify you of such cancellation. This policy is posted in the Help section and is accessible through numerous other areas of our website.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    We value your business and hope that you will give us a chance to
    serve you again in the future.

    Sincerely,

    Customer Service Department
    Amazon.com

    Lady Di’s last blog post..Sister to Sister Hearth Healthy Event in DC

  13. I received the same e-mail as Lady Di and also think it’s a bit fishy. I wonder if they balked when more people used the code than anticipated. I also dislike that the message came from a no-reply mailbox, so I can’t even respond to it. Definitely doesn’t give the impression that they truly value my business.

  14. I think you can leave comments under the products as I have done so in the past CC. I’m not planning to for this though. I could not find how to cancel the membership to Amazon Prime, so I selected to not upgrade once Feb 28th rolled around and I removed my cc info. too.

  15. CC – They don’t value your business, if by business you mean getting something for nothing. The website makes it clear that it was meant as a BOGO offer. The promo was apparently inputted incorrectly. You were never meant to get free squares.

  16. Jane, I was referring to the line in the form letter from Amazon that states “We value your business…” I also just checked and they cancelled my entire order, not just the item in question, without notifying me. In fact, it’s completely vanished, as if I had never placed an order.
    Lady Di, thanks for the info. I will check and see.

  17. And I thank you CC for the added words to confirm my suspicion. Let’s hope we continue to have great shopping experiences no matter.

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