An assortment of bargains, deals, scores and more. Please let the companies know where you found the code, deal, bargain, score, etc - and where you heard about them! Name-drop away! :)
Most Recent Finds: From Feb. 21-24, 2013, purchase Jasmine Passion at The Persimmon Tree and score five (5) free samples. Sweet! Starting Feb. 24, if you want to try Rose Mojito (to be reviewed here on Sunday!), you can score 15% off your purchase through 3/1/13 with code: KeenTeaMojito.The Persimmon Tree is home to faves Peach Picnic and French Vanilla Bean, and has fast shipping - always appreciated! :) Culinary Teas is offering their English Breakfast for 20% off this week. Save an additional 20% on all orders with code FEBWD2213 now through Feb. 25. Shipping at Culinary Teas is fast, and
every five orders earns you free shipping on your sixth order as well.
Best of all, if you're sending a package to the troops, Culinary Teas
will give you free shipping. Check out their Web site for more info. If you're looking for something else to try, purchase some of their Mulling Spices to add with hot cider, or hot cinnamon apple tea... or anything else you want! Stop by their clearance section too for more deals.
Score the Tea Blend that Started It All - the original Sir Jason Winters Tea! This loose tea blend is on sale for 35% off (the 5 ounce container): $12.97. Kick start your healthy living resolution at Sir Jason Winters Tea! To order and to review more products, visit the Web site at http://sirjasonwinters.com. Tell them Carolynne@Keen Tea Thyme sent you! :)
Sign up for the newsletter at Persimmon Tree Tea and score 15% off your first purchase. I'm addicted to Peach Picnic.
**If you haven't already joined Steepster.com, Do. It. Today! This free site offers a tealog in which you literally log each cuppa tea. Meet other tea fans, learn about teas from the pros and take part in the forums/discussions. I'm on Steepster at least once a day; stop by my tea log and follow me - I'll return the favor: http://steepster.com/tea-slinger (Tea Slinger was my original screenname.)
If you sign up to receive emails from Stash Tea, you'll receive a code to score 10% off your first purchase of $25 or more: FIRST10. (You may need to go through the email subscription process first before the code will work.) Free shipping is available over $50. Stash sells a wide variety of teas in both loose and bagged versions. Stop by the clearance section; products are rotated regularly.
Sign up for the newsletter at American Tea Room and save 15% off your first order, with code WELCOME15.
Free shipping, Deals, Coupons, Bargains
Canadian-based David's Tea offers free shipping in the US over $50 and this high quality shop rotates their teas often. The fall collection was just realized to rave reviews over at Steepster. I personally recommend Swampwater (don't let the name fool you) and Carrot Cake oolong. Because their stock rotates often, you should stock up on your faves while you can. Several teas are only available online, and many are not available annually. Adagio.com always offers free shipping over $50. Adagio also offers a frequent cup program - earn points for purchases, reviews and when someone buys a signature blend. Learn more at adagio.com. What do I mean by signature blend?Toasted Marshmallow, Vampire Lemonade, One Tart Queen of Hearts, and Mad Hatter's Delight.
Canadian tea drinkers, tryTea Lux! Just stumbled across this site recently so I don't know what teas to recommend. But they do offer free shipping over $60, and a wide variety of tea, including a special section just for pu-erh. Give them a try andlemme know what you think.
Join sites like groupon.com, and ebates.com for great discounts and deals. I'm on the list for a number of these sites - plus I've got tea scouts around the country! - so I'll post as I receive them. Actually, just discovered that Groupon is available through ebates, so login to your ebates.com account first and then search for Groupon. :)
Or try scoring a bulk order from Amazon.com - prime members get free two-day shipping no matter the cost. Split a bulk order with friends or stock up for a rainy day.
Check in with Frank at 52Teas.com. Each week a brand new tea is offered up in a limited edition, usually for $7.99-$8.99 a bag (sometimes more, depending on type of tea used.) 52Teas always offers free shipping (yay!) and has a selection of permanent teas too. I highly recommend Pancake Breakfast and a friend of mine swears by the pumpkin varieties.
Got any others? Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.