Is Thrive Market Really a Good Deal on Organic Groceries?

I was hearing a lot about Thrive Market, and decided to go ahead and put them to the test. Is it really a good deal?

I had put together a shopping cart full of groceries on Amazon, and my total came up to about $160. I put the same amount in my cart plus a few other things on Thrive Market, and my total came to right around $100.

Plus, they were throwing in a discount, a free thing of Orgain Organic Protein, and a few of the items were actually the bigger quantities.

So I definitely decided to sign up and placed my order.

They have this handy savings tracker, and it’s about spot on. It’s pretty cool to also see my projected savings.

Wanna see my order and how much I got for $100? Watch my Unboxing video below:


1. You first sign up for a free 30 day trial, and get 15% off your first order by visiting this link HERE.

2. Browse products and place your first order.

3. All orders over $49 ship for free, so it’s a good idea to just place a bulk grocery order once a month.

4. Once the trial is over, you can join as a member for $59.95. Considering that I already saved as much as I did JUST on the first order, the membership seems worth it. The nice thing about this is that they donate a membership to a family in need from every membership that is purchased. #GoodCausesRock

All in all this is definitely cheaper than Amazon or even my regular local grocery store. The only real drawback is that Thrive Market takes longer to ship than Amazon.

So after shooting the first video I decided to make a second one to discuss how it compares to Vitacost.

Vitacost is pretty comparable in pricing, and can be cheaper depending on what’s on sale. Vitacost doesn’t have a membership fee, either. Some items were a better deal on Thrive Market, while others are a better deal on Vitacost.

The lesson? Do some price comparing and see if it works for the types of foods that you buy each month.

So now it’s time to hear from you. Do you use Thrive Market? Do you feel that a membership is worth it? Or would you rather shop on a site like Vitacost and avoid the membership fee altogether? Share your thoughts and comments down below!

By |2017-01-24T11:32:23-04:00January 24th, 2017|Frugal Living, Organic and Green Living|2 Comments

About the Author:

I'm a former sweet-tooth turned health-nut. After a difficult loss of a first pregnancy and having a second child with a heart condition, I became obsessed with health and wellness. I revamped our entire family's lifestyle, dropped seven pant sizes, and created a website where I could share our story and help support people wanting to make small changes day by day in order to live well. I also support my family by the work that I do here through advertising content, affiliates, and partnership/consultant links within content. When you click and/or order, it puts food on our table. Thanks for all your support, and may you live well and thrive!


  1. Nanci January 25, 2017 at 10:51 am - Reply

    I use Vita Cost which is next day shipping here. I belong to a buying club and shop at Azure Standard as a wholesale member. I do not use Thrive.
    Azure Standard delivers by truck once a month. I think the group order has to be $500 or over for no shipping charge. We have a large group in Tucson with 5 stops.
    Drop coordinators get bonuses. They originate in Dafur, Washington.

  2. Cassie February 13, 2017 at 4:45 pm - Reply

    The price comparisons between Thrive Market and Amazon is huge. I’ve never considered Thrive Market before but if they can offer better pricing and discounts over Amazon then they’re worth considering.

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