Ecomom: $100 Worth of Items for $40

11/20/2012. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure Policy.

Here is a really nice deal for all sorts of items.  You can get a $40 voucher to Ecomom for only $20 from Plum District.  But what makes this so great is that Ecomom is offering a big discount right now- $40 off a purchase of $100.  Also, shipping is free. I have purchased from them many times and have always been happy.

So this is what you need to do:

  • Head over to Ecomom and add $100 worth of products to your cart- you probably want to do this first to make sure you don’t have out of stock issues.
  • Head over to Plum District and purchase the Ecomom voucher for $20 (please note the exclusions listed under the price)
  • Enter your Plum District voucher number in the Promo Code box (Deducts $40)
  • The $40 off $100 promotional discount is automatically taken off (Deducts $40)
  • Your total should be $20 shipped!

So, $20 shipped plus the $20 you spent on the voucher for a grand total of $40! Not bad for $100 worth of items.

The following brands are excluded from this Green Friday promotion:
S’well, Make My Day, OrbitBaby, ERGOBaby, Phil & Teds, Woolly Pocket, Skip Hop, Nature Babycare, Ubbi, Boba, Elements Naturals, gift certificates, tax, shipping

They do have lots of other items to consider- natural and organic products from California Baby, toys from Melissa and Doug and lots more.

They have the lovely Skip Hop Versa diaper bags in a few colors for $70.  These bags won’t apply to the Black Friday promotion but you could get the voucher and save $20 off the price.

This is a really nice sale so take advantage of it while you can!

thanks, Saving with Shellie


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