Amazon Prime: Spend $25, Get Free Snack ($5-$8 value) and Free Vitamins ($10-$25 value)

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(Update: Amazon is also offering free vitamins with a $25+ order. If you haven’t done the snack deal below yet, you can stack them and get both a free snack and free vitamins with a single $25+ order.)

Amazon Prime members who spend $25 or more can get a free Happy Belly or Wickedly Prime snack with the promo code PRIMESNACK. Amazon Prime members who spend $25 or more can also get a free bottle of Amazon Elements vitamins with the promo code PRIMEVITAMIN.

Here are the eligible snack products:

To redeem, first add $25+ worth of products that are sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC to your cart. Amazon gift cards don’t qualify, but the a $25 physical gift cards from Whole Foods, Starbucks, or Panera Bread should work.

You could also buy $25 of Household items from this 30% off deal.

Next, add one of these Amazon snacks (~$5 to ~$8 value). Enter promo code PRIMESNACK at checkout and the snack should be free. Add one of these Elements vitamins listed at the bottom. Enter promo code PRIMEVITAMIN at checkout and the vitamins should be free. I picked the Calcium supplements made from algae.

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