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Enfamil A+ Infant Formula Ready to Feed (Discount code error)

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Nov 19, 2015
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[Enfamil] Enfamil A+ Infant Formula Ready to Feed (Discount code error)

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You must create an account. Seems like a error with the discount code.

Join BASIC– FREE –Up to $160 in coupons for infant formula, a magazine subscription, partner discounts, and more!

Add the following 3 items and quantities as seen below.

Instead of being $193.79, use discount code UPGRADE21 to get it to $39.99 plus tax. Shipping is also free.
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Last edited by hill15 on Aug 24th, 2021 6:26 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Oct 21, 2015
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not price error. you paid to sign up their $39,99 program
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[OP]
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Nov 19, 2015
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Thatdealguy wrote: not price error. you paid to sign up their $39,99 program
No. Join BASIC– FREE –Up to $160 in coupons for infant formula, a magazine subscription, partner discounts, and more!
Member
Dec 10, 2012
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MARKHAM
Works with existing accounts. Curious combination to get discount...
Newbie
Jan 26, 2015
79 posts
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Milton
If you are feeling generous they are always looking for formula donations at family centers!
Newbie
Feb 18, 2007
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interesting, I have an existing account but I get the error "kit is invalid" using the same items as OP

Edit: This was user error, didn't notice the quantity in the ready feed bottles. Thanks OP!
Last edited by CC_Smiles on Aug 24th, 2021 7:21 am, edited 1 time in total.
Member
Jun 23, 2016
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Sudbury, ON
It even says "up to $160" in coupons, then you didn't even save the whole $160 off an order that is just clearly marked up through the roof. Maybe I'm missing the point but it seems like this is exactly what their intention is.
Sr. Member
Jan 22, 2015
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Toronto, ON
I did this a few weeks back and was going to eventually post.
The $39.99 option is standard for the upgraded membership.
Well worth it in my opinion, they send the boxes rather than having to mess around with coupons.
You can get a refund within 4 months if you breastfeed as mentioned donate what you don't use or they make handy emergency feed travel bottles for dad.
Complete sanity saver in the first few days for us.
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Apr 1, 2011
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Toronto
Didn't work for me. Deal dead?
Member
Dec 19, 2006
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This is hot for those who need it.
Jr. Member
Jan 4, 2015
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London, ON
I was able to get this deal this morning before 8:00am. I tried again now just to see if it’s still working and doesn’t seem to work. Could be because I’ve already used it though?
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Jan 22, 2015
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Toronto, ON
The way the OP posted this it's causing confusion I think.

To get the deal - UPDATE this option might be expired now
Use this link to sign up.
https://www.enfamil.ca/user/enrollment
You will then have two options - Free or Upgrade
If you select the $39.99 option - the products are automatically added to your cart
you do not need to add them yourself.

The products you get in the first delivery are $193.79 @ regular retail.
you get additional discounts and products later.
You may be able to get a better deal using coupons on a sale or points program possibly
+ wasting your time with getting the formula that's locked up in the the cabinets...
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Last edited by newcan on Aug 24th, 2021 11:41 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Aug 29, 2007
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newcan wrote: The way the OP posted this it's causing confusion I think.

To get the deal
Use this link to sign up.
https://www.enfamil.ca/user/enrollment
You will then have two options - Free or Upgrade
If you select the $39.99 option - the products are automatically added to your cart
you do not need to add them yourself.

The products you get in the first delivery are $193.79 @ regular retail.
you get additional discounts and products later.
You may be able to get a better deal using coupons on a sale or points program possibly
+ wasting your time with getting the formula that's locked up in the the cabinets...

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Can you cancel at any time?
Deal Addict
Feb 21, 2004
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Montreal
deal is dead. Joined the free tier, had the exact same cart with $ amount to the dot but says invalid code
Jr. Member
May 2, 2018
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newcan wrote: I did this a few weeks back and was going to eventually post.
no you were not. that's not how hot deals work. hot deals usually don't last a few weeks.
Member
Aug 17, 2014
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Milton, ON
HoTiCE_ wrote: deal is dead. Joined the free tier, had the exact same cart with $ amount to the dot but says invalid code
same, appears to be dead
Jr. Member
Jan 4, 2015
161 posts
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London, ON
After second thought, @Thatdealguy is correct. What’s actually happening here is you are paying for the membership and receiving these items for free. That’s what the upgrade code is, upgrading the membership. With that being said, still a great deal and from what I can find, you are under no obligations to subscribe to purchases. They’re hoping you continue within their ecosystem.

I’m having my second in November, my wife is planning on breastfeeding. This will be great to ease the pressure and fill in some possible gaps. With our first, my wife had to take some meds at 6 months that forced her to stop breastfeeding. We found the cost of this to be prohibitive for us and we used the Kirkland brand with great success.
Newbie
Feb 18, 2007
59 posts
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When OP had posted it worked with the free tier, not sure if that's still the case.
Jr. Member
Jun 12, 2019
161 posts
189 upvotes
I just buy the Walmart brand (parents choice) ready to feed 235ml, 24 bottles for $39, no hunt for deals or coupons.
Newbie
Feb 18, 2007
59 posts
27 upvotes
paulpost wrote: After second thought, @Thatdealguy is correct. What’s actually happening here is you are paying for the membership and receiving these items for free. That’s what the upgrade code is, upgrading the membership. With that being said, still a great deal and from what I can find, you are under no obligations to subscribe to purchases. They’re hoping you continue within their ecosystem.

I’m having my second in November, my wife is planning on breastfeeding. This will be great to ease the pressure and fill in some possible gaps. With our first, my wife had to take some meds at 6 months that forced her to stop breastfeeding. We found the cost of this to be prohibitive for us and we used the Kirkland brand with great success.
I think you're correct, it's not a recurring fee and there are no subscriptions attached so still a really good deal

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