Amazon: Cottonelle Toilet Paper Deal

Right now you can get Kleenex Cottonelle Aloe & E Double Toilet Paper, 260-Sheet Double Rolls, 12-Count Packs (Pack of 4) for $23.88 or $20.30 after subscribe and save discount. Look on the right hand side under “More Buying Choices” and select  This ships free too. This works to about $0.42/roll.  When you choose subscribe and save you are agreeing to get scheduled deliveries of this product at your chosen interval.  You will pay the price at the time of shipment, unfortunately you can not lock in a price.  If after your order has shipped you decide to cancel your subscription, merely go under “Your Account” and cancel the subscription under “Manage Subscriptions”.

Decidedly not as good as the Target deal I shared earlier. But if you don’t have a Target near you and need toilet paper this beats warehouse prices.

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  • Denise

    Thank you for the post. this is a great deal. I have a $5 Gift Card from Amazon so if I apply that I can get this deal for $under $19.00. Great Deal.

  • Bonnie

    I’m sorry, but I click the link and the cost is outrageous expensive–does not reflect the cost you say above. What am I doing wrong?

    • Bonnie,
      Yes, now Amazon is showing another vendor on the link I provided. But if you look on the right hand side under “More Buying Choices” and select you will see the $23.88 price.


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  • What is everyone’s buy price on toilet paper? I buy name brand only, a bit picky and prefer to pay no more than $.20 per single roll or $.40 per double roll. My problem with this is that I do get it for that regularly, but not quite regularly enough, or the limits are too limited, so then I have to but it for a bit more. What is everyone else’s buy price on namebrand toilet paper? IE the above deal doesn’t quite meet mine.

    • Skirnir,
      My husband is brand loyal so I am always having to buy his favorite brand only. for me about 35 cents per double roll is the price to pay. BUT if I am running low I’d rather bump up my price a little bit and get something to tie me over to the next sale, instead of totally running out and paying more because I am holding out to my lowest price.
      You have to be flexible like that and allow for some margin. The goal should be to minimize the amount you pay in excess of your target price.