• Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo 3-Pack for $14

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    Check out Amazon where they are offering this Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo & Wash 3-Pack on sale for $14.79, regularly $26.96. Plus, you can save more when you opt for Subscribe & Save for an extra 5% off, making your final price just $14.05 – that’s $4.68 per bottle!

    Amazon Prime Members will get free shipping on any Subscribe & Save offers while Non-Prime Members will get it on orders of $25 or more. See the deal here!

    Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo 3-Pack

    Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo & Wash (3-Pack) $14.79 (Reg $27)
    Opt for Subscribe & Save (extra 5% off) = -$0.74
    JUST $14.05 (Reg $27)
    *that’s $4.68 per bottle!

    Note that by choosing the “Subscribe & Save” option, you are opting into a recurring subscription. Cancel the subscription at any time after your order ships by going to “My Account” and then “Subscriptions”. Note: 5 or more subscriptions will get you an extra 15% off all Subscribe & Save orders instead of the regular 5% savings!

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