My Honest Review of ePantry

{This post contains affiliate links which means I may get a credit if you choose to give ePantry a try. All opinions are mine and you can read more about my disclosure policy here}

A few months ago one of my favorite bloggers shared a promotion about ePantry. Honestly, my first thought was, “how is this different than the benefits I have from Amazon Prime?”

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As I looked further into it however, I realized that ePantry had a lot of other benefits {and products} plus I would get a $10 credit on my first order and free shipping. At the time, I even got another small item free for the first order. I didn’t really have anything to lose so I gave it a try.

Here is my honest review of ePantry and what I liked:

  • Prices were comparable to local stores
  • Good selection of scents, brands, and environmentally friendly products
  • Items arrived well packaged and reasonably fast
  • Adjustments can easily be made to shipments or even skipped
  • Extra discounts sometimes possible just by answering a question in the chat box
  • Products actually work, often requiring I use less than I do with store brands
  • Customer service was prompt to answer my concerns and questions
  • VIP status is available to save on future shipping
  • Items include personal care, cleaners, kitchen supplies, baby items, and more
  • Brands include Method and Mrs Meyers

Here is what I didn’t like:

  • I read everything at least five times and missed that free shipping was only on the first order

Ultimately, I think there is nothing else like this service. You don’t have to buy products by the case like you usually do with Amazon’s Prime or Subscribe & Save option. You can choose the products you want with any shipment and easily find the refills for those items, reducing waste even further. In the end, you have as little risk as I did to give this a try. If you are working to reduce your spending, having a service like this can help you get just what you need and nothing extra, while helping to plan for your budget each month. {I include supplies like this in our grocery budget and rarely spend more than $25/month}

If you are looking to make your schedule and budget simpler while still using quality products that have a smaller impact on the environment, I believe ePantry is the answer. Click here to get started with your $10 credit.

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