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Celebrate Spring with 30% Off Martha Stewart Wine Co.

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ByMSAMay 13, 2021 | 10 comments

Martha Stewart Wine Co.
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Martha Stewart Wine Co. has a Spring Sale happening now!

Now through 6/21, use code 30SPRING to take 30% off all online orders at the Martha Stewart Wine Co. 

Want a full subscription? Here are all the details:

The Box: Martha Stewart Wine Co. 

Cost: Starting at $49.98/month + free US shipping.

What You Get: Choose between 6 bottles every 6 weeks, or 12 bottles every 8 weeks. When you sign up, you’ll pick all red, all white, or a combination, and Martha Stewart Wine Co. will choose which bottles to send you.

Gift It: Send a gift subscription to the wine lover in your life!

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"The Martha Stewart Wine Co. is a direct-to-consumer wine service, bringing you wines that Martha Stewart loves. The Martha Stewart Wine Co. delivers carefully curated selections of these wines straight to your door." Get 12 bottles sent every 12 weeks. The 12-bottle club renews at $89.88 plus tax.
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10 comments

Beth in Oklahoma

At least she admitted her wrongdoing, served her time, and moved on. And she supports good causes, like the Humane Society.

Seems like a lot of white collar crimes go unpunished. Not sure why she was singled out.

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Amanda

She was singled out because she was a woman…period! She was successful and done nothing any different than many, many successful men have done as it relates to the stock market. They were mad because they couldn’t break her…she remained silent and stoic and they punished her for it.

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Penelope

Odd place for a soap box moment. I assume you are as strident in your values with every other purchase?

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Tat

I do not financially support felons who have done hard time in prison.
Period.

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Amanda

🙄🙄🙄🙄

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Snow

I don’t know Tat, we all do bad things.

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amber

Not sure why you would feel the need to actually click on this just to leave this comment.

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Carol

Ok.

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Sue

Good thing nobody is making you buy anything. Why do you feel the need to say this?

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Marce

The system is rehabilitative not punitive. I would support any person that is out of prison and is trying to earn a living.

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