Yesterday, we posted a Quick Deal to save 50% on paper towels (or a wide range of products at Boxed.com). Shawn, at Miles to Memories, also posted about this sale in Ninja Tricks: How I Just Saved ~65% (or more) at Boxed.com & How You Can Too!. There’s no doubt — Shawn’s ninja tricks sliced the prices even further — and the best part is that his codes work for existing customers, too. We thought some readers might benefit from a post here in case you missed how he did it.
To quickly recap, I showed yesterday how you could stack a referral code (good for $15 off of $60 or more) with the Amex Offer for $25 back on $65 (and potentially 8% cash back) to save a bunch of money on household stuff. We got $80 worth of paper towels for about $40 — potentially about $35 if the cash back pays out:
I tried stacking a %-off coupon with the $15 referral credit, but the cart gave me an error stating that only 1 promo code could be used at a time. However, Shawn discovered a different combination of a 20% off code and a $10 off code that can stack. Additionally, one of our readers yesterday confirmed that TopCashBack tracked their transaction, and a reader at Miles to Memories mentioned that Ibotta has 10% back for Boxed. Here are the codes:
Take 20% off of $40 or more with code SURVEY10
- Reader Ted points out that SURVEY20 takes off 25%
- Take $10 off with code 7HN93KWQ
- Potentially stack 10% back by shopping through Ibotta
I added another ~$14.50 in items to my cart from yesterday and the total looks like this:
You’ll see that they are adding sales tax — which bumps my order up over the $65 threshold for the Amex Offer. Assuming 10% back on the $65.70 ($6.57), my final total with tax included should be about $34.13 for $94.44 worth of stuff at Boxed.com. Thar’s better than I wrote about yesterday.
But doesn’t Shawn stack another $15 off?
At a quick glance, Shawn’s post seems to stack a bit further — he shows getting another $15 discount.
However, that $15 is a credit he had in his account (presumably from referring someone in the past). If you are signing up for a new account, you will not yet have this credit. However, if you posted your referral code in the comments yesterday and you earned referral credit (not sure if that has posted yet — looks like mine hasn’t), you could use that credit stacked with these codes to save even more.
Again, these discounts can work on any of a wide assortment of products. While some of Boxed.com’s prices may be high compared to your local warehouse club, they are hard to beat after stacking these discounts — especially considering the fact that the products are delivered to your door. If you find any particularly good deals while shopping, let us know in the comments.
H/T: Miles to Memories