Tide Stories August 24

expiredTide HE Turbo Clean Liquid Laundry Detergent: 100-oz. for $9 Prime shipped

Amazon is offering the Tide HE Turbo Clean Liquid Laundry Detergent (Original Scent, 100-oz.) for $8.97 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $25. Simply clip the $3 on-page coupon. Regularly as much as $16 at Amazon, similar options go for $12 at Walmart and this is the best we can find. It is a number one best seller and carries a 4+ star rating. More details below.

Tide Stories June 8

expiredTide Liquid HE Laundry Detergent Smart Pouches: 3-Pack from $15 Prime shipped

Amazon is currently offering a 3-Pack of Tide Liquid HE Laundry Detergent Smart Pouches for $15.09. Simple clip the $2 on-page coupon and checkout with Subscribe & Save. Regularly $20, this is about $5 under the usual price and the best we can find. Target charges $18 for the same 3-pack. Rated 4+ stars from over 500 Amazon customers. More details below.

Tide Stories February 1

expiredTide PODS Plus Downy Laundry Detergent Pacs: 61-Pack from $14 Prime shipped

Amazon is offering the 61-Pack of Tide PODS Plus Downy 4-in-1 HE Turbo Laundry Detergent Pacs for $17.51, but if you opt for Subscribe & Save, your total will drop to $13.63. Shipping is free for Prime members or in orders over $25. Regularly $20 or so, this is the best price we can find. Rated 4+ stars from nearly 200 Amazon customers.

Tide Stories July 29, 2015

It was back in the Spring that we first detailed Amazon’s Dash Replenishment Service, which seemed like a joke at the time given its April 1st timing. Turns out it wasn’t and today those little push button devices that automatically order more home goods are now available. If you have the over/under on the price at $3 for these, you might be surprised.  expand full story

Tide Stories March 31, 2015

Amazon’s new Dash Replenishment Service brings push button ordering to your washing machine

Today’s big news comes from Amazon, who announced a new venture that aims to make ordering household supplies easier… almost too easy. Its Dash Replenishment Service (DRS) offers an internet connected device that makes stocking up on supplies as easy as a push of a button. The little stick-on devices can go a number of places, with washing machines being a prime example. After a consumer would see a need for laundry soap, they would simply press the button and more would come their way.

Amazon is also offering integration with appliances, with early adoption planned from companies such as Whirlpool, Brita and Quirky. DRS is also available with Amazon’s Fresh service, the included wand allows users to scan bar codes of food that needs replenished, instantly adding it to the customer’s cart online.

There is no denying that this little project from Amazon, which is currently in beta, would close the gap between Amazon and its customers even more. Just make sure you keep it out of your children’s reach – that could be a problem.

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