$150 Gift Card #Giveaway! #VitacostSetnSave
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$150 Gift Card #Giveaway! #VitacostSetnSave

Have you been taking vitamins and other nutritional supplements as suggested by the recent guest post on maintaining optimum health? If so, what is your favorite place to shop for vitamins and supplements? I hear that Vitacost.com offers competitive pricing and their newly launched subscription program could help you save even more. Consider giving the gift of health this holiday season and enter to win a $150 gift card!

Vitacost Set & Save is a new scheduled delivery program that locks in the lowest available price on your favorite items plus gives you an extra 10% off on thousands of vitamins, supplements, and over-the-counter products. You could also be rewarded with free surprise gifts throughout the year! The more you order at Vitacost.com, the more gifts you will receive.


There are things you use daily that you don't want to make a special trip to the store to get, while there are some other things you need that you never want to run out of. Why not have them all delivered right to your door consistently, conveniently, and locked in at their lowest possible price? Sign up for Set & Save and start reaping the savings and rewards!

Visit Vitacost.com for more information on Set & Save and connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.

Momma T and baby E and Vitacost have teamed up to give away a $150 Gift Card to one lucky reader!

Giveaway is open to US residents 18 and older. Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

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Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from yours. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

3 Treasure Hunters :

Lisa B said...

I love that they have automatic delivery and also how you can set it up to be delivered automatically

Anonymous said...

Momma T and Baby E (BTW, cute site name) is listing the same Vitacost contest.


sumn said...

They sell products, such as vitamins, at a wholesale cost of 30 to 70 percent less.

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