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Looking to stock up on household essentials in bulk? There’s no need to get in your car and head to a crowded warehouse club — Amazon already offers great bulk-quantity prices on products you buy all the time, from baby wipes to kitchen trash bags to olive oil.
The best part? Amazon is offering Prime members an additional 20% discount on these home goods when you spend $50 or more at the Stock Up and Save sale. It’s just like having a membership to a warehouse club, but better.
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Solimo medium roast coffee pods (100 ct.), $26 (regularly $32)
The Amazon Stock Up and Save sale is a limited-time offer that’s exclusively for Amazon Prime members. The sale unlocks an extra 20% discount on top-rated bulk pantry essentialsmust-have personal care and home goods when you spend $50 or more. Amazon Prime members don’t need a coupon code to access this deal.
The program automatically unlocks the discount on Stock Up and Save items in your cart once your cart reaches $50 worth of eligible items. Since there’s such a wide variety of items included in the sale, it’s easy to find enough household essentials and tasty treats on Amazon to access the 20% off bonus.
But hurry, this exclusive Amazon Prime discount program is a limited-time offer.
You don’t need to pay for a separate warehouse club membership to save money on bulk essentials if you’re an Amazon Prime Member. You can start shopping the Amazon Stock Up and Save sale today — it’s like shopping a warehouse store, only better.
The Amazon sale is only for Prime members only. So if you’re not a Prime member and you want to shop the sale, you need to become one first. You get get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime so you can shop the sale risk-free. After the 30 days, Amazon Prime members can pay for the membership monthly ($14.99 per month) or annually ($139 per year). Prime members can cancel at any time.
Amazon Prime membership, free trial
Another reason the Amazon Stock Up and Save sale has the edge over warehouse stores: You can shop bulk groceries without leaving your house or paying for delivery.
Gas prices are climbing again. The COVID-19 pandemic is still not over. And sometimes a trip to the store is just inconvenient. This Amazon Prime member exclusive sale is a great option if you’re trying to save money on gas, practicing social distancing or simply can’t make time to drive to a store.
Everything included in the Amazon sale ships in two days for free. Warehouse clubs offer free shipping too, but they often charge more for household staples online than in store to make up for that. All considered, it’s hard to beat Amazon’s Stock Up and Save deals.
All eligible items are listed on Amazon’s Stock Up and Save store. Some of the Amazon brands on sale include: Amazon Basic CareAmazon BasicsHappy BellySolimoKitzyMama BearPresto!WAGWonder BoundAmazon Elements and more. 
There are so many different items included in the sale that it’s easy to mix and match to hit the $50 minimum. We’ve shared some of our top picks below, most of which are rated 4.5 stars or higher. Prices reflect the 20% savings. 
Your 20% Stock Up and Save discount will be reflected at checkout. The discount will be applied to Stock Up and Save eligible items only. Stock Up and Save is a limited-time offer and available to Prime members only. You can save up to $100 per eligible order. Offer is not applicable to Subscribe and Save orders.
Have a puppy or an older doggy? Stock up on pee pads during the Amazon Stock Up and Save sale. 
Right now you can get an extra 20% off 120-count of dog and puppy pads. These leak-proof five-layer pee pads are perfect for potty training pups and for dogs who can’t always make it outside. These pads feature a quick-dry surface and odor control. 
Amazon Basics dog and puppy pads (120 ct.), $26 (regularly $32)
A one-year-supply of allergy relief tablets is only $13 during Amazon’s Stock Up and Save sale. These 4.8-star-rated antihistamines feature the same active ingredient as Zyrtec (cetirizine hydrochloride). 
Amazon Basic Care allergy relief tablets (365 ct.), $13 (regularly $16)
This four pack contains 2,000 cotton swabs in total. Right now, you can score this 4.7-star-rated personal hygiene essential for just $10 after your Stock Up and Save discount.
Amazon Basics cotton swabs (2,000 ct.), $10 (regularly $13)
Save 20% on a one-pound bag of unroasted and unsalted almonds during the Amazon Stock Up and Save sale. These 4.6-star-rated raw tree nuts are harvested in California’s Central Valley.
Happy Belly whole raw almonds (16 oz.), $6 (regularly $8)
Sunscreen isn’t seasonal. Protect your skin year-round with this eight-ounce bottle of Solimo SPF 30 sport sunscreen. This sunscreen lotion is water-resistant and offers UVA and UVB protection.
Solimo sport sunscreen lotion (8 oz.), $4 (regularly $5)
This two pack of makeup-removing wipes is on sale during Amazon’s Stock Up and Save sale. The fragrance-free cleansing wipes are hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested. 
Solimo make up remover wipes (50 ct.), $10 (regularly $12)
Amazon Elements baby wipes are pediatrician-tested. These 4.7-star-rated wipes are free from fragrance, alcohol, dyes, parabens and phthalates. 
These already discounted wipes are even further marked down during Amazon’s Stock Up and Save sale. 
Amazon Elements baby wipes (720 ct.), $12 (regularly $15)
Amazon’s Solimo brand medium roast coffee pods are 20% off right now. These pods are compatible with 1.0 and 2.0 Keurig K-cup brewers. Choose from 13 blends. This coffee is rated 4.5 stars on Amazon.
Solimo medium roast coffee pods (100 ct.), $25 (regularly $31)
Do you like to season pizzas, pastas, veggies and meat with garlic? Season to your heart’s content with this 1.5-pound canister of granulated garlic. 
“If you like garlic and cook with garlic and don’t have time for peeling fresh, this is a great option. I have bought this large volume of garlic in some local supermarkets but in all truth, this is cheaper per ounce,” wrote an Amazon customer who purchased the seasoning.
Happy Belly granulated garlic (24 oz.), $9 (regularly $11)
Shop Amazon Stock Up and Save and get this massive two-liter bottle of olive oil for $3 off. This kitchen essential can be used for cooking, grilling, as a foundation for dressing, sauces, pesto, hummus and more. 
Amazon Fresh Mediterranean blend extra virgin olive oil (67.6 oz.), $12 (regularly $15)
People who take biotin say it supports stronger hair and nail growth. This already discounted jar of 130 vegan biotin capsules is even further discounted during Amazon’s Stock Up and Save sale.
Amazon Elements vegan biotin (130 ct.), $7 (regularly $9)
This pack of fine-point, non-toxic markers includes 24 colors. The 4.6-star-rated writing and drawing tools are quick-drying, waterproof, smear-proof and fade resistant.
Amazon Basics fine point tip permanent markers (24 ct.), $13 (regularly $16)
It’s a great time to stock up on bathroom linens and cleaning towels. A 12 pack of these 100% cotton hand towels are $5 off right now. 
Amazon Basics cotton hand towel (12 ct.), $18 (regularly $22)
It’s a great time to stock up on these baby food pouches. Right now, you can save 20% on a 12-pack of Mama Bear organic baby food squeezable pouches in a variety of flavors.
Mama Bear organic baby food (48 oz.), $15 (regularly $19)
This pack of 30 rolls of toilet paper is discounted by 20% when you shop Amazon Stock Up and Save. It’s rated 4.5 stars by Amazon reviewers.
You can even use Alexa to place your next order. Just say, “Alexa, reorder Amazon Basics toilet paper.”
Amazon Basics 2-ply toilet paper (30 ct.), $18 (regularly $22)
Save big on 4.8-star-rated dog poop bags. This set of 900 Amazon Basics dog poop bags is majorly discounted when you spend $50 on qualifying items.
Amazon Basics dog poop bags (900 ct.), $15 (regularly $18)
Why not stock up and save on kitchen trash bags? These bestselling trash bags have a 13-gallon capacity and feature a red drawstring closure for easy tying and carrying. They’re rated 4.7 stars by Amazon reviewers.
Amazon Basics tall kitchen drawstring trash bags (200 ct.), $22 (regularly $28)
These water filters feature multi-stage filtration technology for fresh, great tasting water. According to Amazon, one filter lasts for 40 gallons, or about 2 months for the average household.
The replacement water filters are compatible with Brita pitchers. Rated 4.6 stars.
Amazon Basics replacement water filters for water pitchers (6 ct.), $18 (regularly $22)
Save 20% on this bottle of 500 ibuprofen tablets. These pain-relieving and fever-reducing tablets have the same active ingredient as other big brands. Amazon reviewers rate it 4.8 stars.
Amazon Basic Care ibuprofen tablets (500 ct.), $10 (regularly $13)
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