Amazon: Cascade Dishwasher Action Pacs just $.16 each shipped

by Emilie on August 2, 2012


Update: As of 8/29/12 at 6:56 am the price of this is the same.

This deal is back! Last time we posted it, the price went up quickly so it may not be at this price for long.

Amazon has Cascade ActionPacs, Dishwasher Detergent, 60-count Container in Fresh Scent for just $9.42 or $.16 each, free shipping included!  This is right at my stock-up price.  I believe when Costco has them on coupon they are either $.15/pack or $.16/pack.

Here’s how to take advantage of this deal:

  • Click here to order
  • Choose the “Subscribe & Save” option on the right hand side of the screen
  • Check the “Save $1 with this coupon” box in the middle of the page
  • Free shipping is included

This drops your price down to just $9.42 shipped!

Subscribe & Save does mean that you are now signed up to receive recurring shipments at whatever interval you chose. If you do not want to receive additional shipments, just go into “My Account” and click on “Manage Subscribe & Save Items”.  All you have to do is cancel your subscription, you are under no obligation to purchase additional items.

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Please remember: Amazon prices can change very quickly.  Please verify that the price is the same as what I post before purchasing. As of  8/2/12 at 6:08 am, this listed price was accurate.

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Katharine August 2, 2012 at 4:53 pm

I’m curious, have you ever done the math on what it costs per “load” to run a dishwasher with regular dishwasher soap? (Like Cascade?) I’ve never opted to purchase these ActionPacs as my immediate reaction is that it is probably much more expensive than just liquid or powder dish soap. Thoughts? Just curious as to why you chose to use these. Thanks!


Jennie -- August 2, 2012 at 5:08 pm

I love these. Katharine — I saw (years ago :0() on a blog where they did a comparison and the liquid and powder won out. I happen to use the ActionPacs IF (and only if..) I can find a smoking deal. They are just so convenient. If I find that blog post, I will let you know.


Emilie August 2, 2012 at 9:05 pm

I actually use them whenever I find a great deal (occasionally they are super cheap at Rite Aid or Costco). I did the math to see if the convenience is worth it for our family. For example, in this case, I run the dishwasher once a day. That means the tabs would cost us $4.80 a month if they are $.16 each. I’m not sure the exact difference but I can estimate. I bought a 75 ounce bottle of Fred Meyer brand liquid detergent recently, it was the cheapest at the store and I needed it ASAP. It cost about $4-$5 (I can’t remember). I just measured out much I need for one load and it is about 1.5 ounces. That means it would cost me $.08-$.10 per load or $2.40-$3.00 per month. Is it worth it to me to pay $2.40-$1.80 a month extra for the convenience? Maybe. I find it’s always most helpful to decide on costs when I look at totals instead of by unit. For example, when I buy organic produce, sometimes the total cost increase over conventional can be literally cents. That’s an easy decision. If it’s dollars, it make me stop and evaluate. Does that help at all? In this case, if I like the tabs (which I do, the baby can’t dump them out like she does everything else) I feel like $2 a month is worth it.


Katharine August 4, 2012 at 8:32 am

Great input – thanks ladies!


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