PSA: Turning on This Amazon Setting Can Save You Hundreds a Year

person using Better Life All-Purpose Cleaner to clean table
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Trying to stay fully stocked on household essentials can be quite the game of strategy — it seems like every time you finally restock your toilet paper, you run out of paper towels two days later. (Don't even get us started on finishing the shampoo and conditioner.) So if there were a way to make our lives a little easier and cross a few things off of our shopping list without leaving the couch, why not do it?

This is why we can't get enough of Amazon's Subscribe & Save service, which gives you the opportunity to set up automatic shipments of your go-to household essentials directly to your home every one to six months, for a discount. That means you can get new sponges on your doorstep right when your current one starts to feel gross or a cat food shipment every time your supply starts to run low. Even just one subscription can save you 5%, but if you get five or more products delivered to the same address in one month, you can save up to 15%. Plus, if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can save up to 20%. (Honestly, it's a no-brainer.)

To help you save even more time, we've rounded up 15 of our favorite Amazon Subscribe & Save picks to help you keep your home in tip-top shape. We did the math on these products alone and using the Subscribe and Save feature would save you up to $200 a year. Sure, that's not life-changing, but think of the home decor you could have bought instead!

clear and white bottles of all-purpose cleaner
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blue and white bag of natural dishwasher pods
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dish soap in bottle with green text
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red orange container of Tide laundry pods
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brown eco-friendly paper towels
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green pack of eco-friendly trash bags
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white and blue toilet bowl cleaner
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three-pack hand soap with green packaging
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pack of toilet paper with green packaging
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three-pack of white water filter replacements
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brown natural fiber scrub sponge
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green box of swiffer dry sheets
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light blue glass cleaner
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white cat food bag
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dog food in black bag
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Pauline Lacsamana

Pauline Lacsamana

Pauline is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Providence, Rhode Island. When she's not writing, you can find her at her local yoga studio or scoping out hidden gems at flea markets and thrift stores.