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03-01-2019 10:08 AM
ITA on the Auto Delivery. When I first place an order I may choose the Auto Delivery option just in case. Within the first month I delay the Delivery date. I don't know how people go through enough product to warrant a 3 or 6 month auto delivery on some items. You are correct, if you don't change those auto deliveries you end up with way more product and spent way more money than you needed to,
The food items would scare me. If you did auto delivery and Easy Pay, you may be paying for mulitple orders at the same time. Likely that food is long gone and you are still paying
03-01-2019 10:27 AM
I use auto delivery on items that I use all the time. (Body Butter, skincare routine, popcorn) When I receive the monthly summary of auto delivery then I go thru and check what's on the list. It reminds me to check the cabinet and take count of what I have. I'll edit it at the time or cancel if I have found a better deal) It really works well for my needs.
03-01-2019 10:41 AM
You have to keep on top of it. I have some IT makeup on AD.
I usually postpone a shipment or two if I haven't used it up and need any currently.
I always get emails alerting me so I have time to decide whether or not to stop or delay shipment.
03-01-2019 12:10 PM
03-01-2019 12:17 PM - edited 03-01-2019 12:19 PM
I only use it for IT BBUE concealor. My sister and I both love it and can't do without it so I do auto delivery which ensures that we don't run out. We switch off on who gets the new one when it comes.
03-01-2019 12:24 PM
Amazon has a program similar to auto delivery.
You can "subscribe" to various items and specify the frequency, e.g. every month, every two months, etc. and it covers the spectrum of products from hair dye to slow cooker liners to biodegradable recycle bags to canned food items to Pop Tarts.
Plus ... depending on the number of items you've subscribed to, there is a discount. About a week before your ship date, you get an email reminder and have the ability to "skip" or cancel an item.
Really handy ... I use it for a number of items that I buy regularly. Just my hair dye - I save about $5 per box via Amazon vs. Walgreens.
03-01-2019 05:39 PM
Q used to notify me of upcoming automatic deliveries but I no longer received these? It was a great service. I try to check monthly or so but have cut down on all but a couple as dont want to receive unwanted shipments if I do forget. It has happened a few times.
03-01-2019 06:46 PM
I don't, but I push deliveries out at least 6 months, and often cancel before I get the first autodelivery!
I do the same. I always select AD if it is available. Many times I don't get the first AD either. I find I have moved on or still have too much of the product still to use. When they say something is a 3 month supply, it is always longer than that for me.
03-01-2019 06:55 PM
I never use auto delivery or easy pay. I am always offered auto delivery on Amazon and Chewy, but have never used them. I've been tempted on my dog and cat food but am just never positive about the dates. I don't want to end up with too much.
With 4 cats, too much is NOT an issue.
Hungry Kiitties are craetive!
What brand do you use, if you don’t mind sharing?
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