I love it when Tropical Traditions offers this! It’s a 4th of July special…pretty much the best one of the year. We can all put a 32-ounce jar of Organic Gold Label Coconut Oil – the best of the best (seriously, my favorite of all coconut oils) – into our cart at a price of $0.00. (Click here then scroll down to find it and put it into your cart.
Here’s the nitty-gritty: We have to pay shipping on our order, and they require a minimum purchase of $19.00. This is fair, plus it means that we can choose some additional goodies for our family while we enjoy our big free jar of oil!
Here are some great sales they are running alongside the freebie that you might want to consider to achieve your $19 minimum:
Organic Palm Shortening is on sale 45% off! I use this stuff like crazy. I’m grabbing a bucket to go with my free oil.
Organic Gold Label Coconut Oil (just like the free one above) is Buy-One-Get-One-Free. So pretty much I’m getting three jars of this oil in my order and only paying for one. (Although never would I actually pay $40 for one jar of their oil. I don’t care how great it is. I wait for it to go on sale – every time. This is the best sale I’ll come across. I’m taking advantage!)
Pure Coconut Oil (one of their odorless, flavorless varieties) is on sale Buy-TWO-Get-TWO-Free. This is an awesome deal. I’m not getting any this time because I’m well stocked up on this variety, but I wanted to be sure and point it out in case you need some. That’s a great price per jar ($11.25 each).
If you don’t need additional coconut oil or palm shortening along with your free jar of oil – here’s a hint to keep your shipping costs lower:
Order some soap. I super love their Coconut Oil Soaps. This is the only kind I use and the only kind our son Malachi (who has very sensitive skin) uses. He even uses it to wash his hair.
Anyway, their soaps are wonderful and don’t weigh much. This keeps shipping costs lower if you want to simply add some of those to your cart along with the FREE coconut oil to reach your cart minimum.
And if you just can’t find anything else to get, and you want to keep your shipping costs low – order some chocolate. It’s for a good cause. :)
BONUS: If you are a brand new customer with Tropical Traditions and you click through the referral links in this post – along with your free jar of coconut oil, you’ll receive a free Virgin Coconut Oil Book with your order.
These offers are good through Sunday, July 5.
Go grab your free coconut oil! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
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Their lip moisturizers are a great option too. I absolutely love them.
Heather @ My Overflowing Cup says
Thanks for the tip, Laura!
I haven’t tried their soaps yet, but I love this company and their coconut oil as well as their palm shortening.
This is a great tip, but it’s not “free” so I guess I take issue with that. The cheapest shipping to my address is over $8, and then other shipping options just increase from there. And then there is the caveat that you have to order $19 worth of other products to get the “free” coconut oil. This isn’t “free”. Please don’t lure people into “deals” like this. It’s click-baiting and it isn’t free. Thanks!
There was no “click baiting” involved with this on my end, so I’m sorry you saw it that way. It truly is a free jar of coconut oil because the jar is $0 and I know that is a very fun price people want to see. (I sure was excited to see it!) My goal is to bless others by sharing deals, not scam or manipulate – I promise! :)
I understand that, but it’s not “free”. If it were free, it wouldn’t be contingent on a $19 purchase and include mandatory shipping charges. This coconut oil isn’t “free”, its more a “gift with purchase”.
Thank you for highlighting this deal in your blog. I’m trying Tropical Traditions for the very first time, specifically because of this free jar, PLUS the “Buy 1, Get 1 Free” Jars, too! When you mentioned it was like getting 3 jars for the price of 1, I was sold!! I’ve been wanting to make my own soap with coconut oil for a while, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to start…and even if that doesn’t work out, that’s OK, because I use coconut oil for many things…and this 3-jar deal is cheaper than the brand I buy at my supermarket. Anyway, I do want to say, I do understand Karen’s initial disappointment with this offer. When I was relatively new to social media, any time I saw the word FREE, I assumed it was just that: completely free. However, over time, I realized that most free offers listed in the blogosphere, in actuality, equate to “free gift with purchase”. I realize that now, and expect it, now….but I must admit, the very first time I realized that “free” wasn’t completely free (in the blogosphere), I was disappointed. But now that I know how it works, I am still grateful that you give us the heads-up on these deals (AND include your suggestions/tips on how to best take advantage of them!). Thanks for all you do, Laura!