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Petco Repeat Delivery Deal – 40% Off First Order + 5% Off Future Orders

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ByMSAJun 19, 2021 | 5 comments

Petco is having a repeat delivery deal for new subscribers and for future deliveries!!

Use this link to get 40% off  your first order at Petco. You'll also receive 5% off all future orders as well as free shipping.

FYI: No need to use a code. This offer will automatically be applied at checkout.

 

Petco's repeat delivery service is a great way to have your monthly or bi-monthly food, treats, and toys for your pet delivered straight to your front door. You can even have litter, heart medicine, or flea medicine delivered as well.

How to Set Up:

  • Find the item you want on Repeat Delivery
  • Select how often you would like it delivered. Your first order ships immediately.
  • Sit back and Relax. You're done!

Here's a sneak peek at some of the Petco items to shop for your pet now:

The Deal: Petco Repeat Delivery Service is offering 40% off your first order and 5% off all future orders with the ability to earn points if you have a Petco Pals membership.

The Cost: The price varies depending on the products you choose, but this is a great way to stock up on food or litter for your pets so you never have to worry about running out of your pet essentials. Shipping is always free!

The Products: There are various categories to choose from, but the categories on the site include dog food, dog treats, cat food, cat treats, cat litter, small pet food for fish or rodents, pest control, odor control, along with health and wellness.

Good to Know: PALS members get 5% back every day by earning 1 point for every $1 spent in-store, online or with Repeat Delivery. When you reach 100 points, get a $5 reward to spend on anything in-store or online. You can also select to have the reward apply to your next Repeat Delivery order.

Ships: Continental United States and U.S. Territories. Always Free! Unfortunately no international shipping.

Details: "Petco is offering 40% off your first repeat delivery order and 5% off all future orders, this discount is reflected in the "promotions" line in your order summary at checkout. You'll always get free shipping on your repeat deliveries. THe Petco site charges applicable tax on all orders shipped to states in which Petco has a physical location. The promotion is valid for one use per order and cannot be redistributed or used in combination with any other offer, including "Buy One, Get One" offers. Offer valid only at petco.com"

Are you going to shop this dealer for your pets?

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5 comments

Joni

I want to have a repeated delivery but ordered on the 10 th of every month. If this month I order the 14th, is there are way to request the order be placed on tbe 10th and not the 14th? I don’t get my disability check until between the 8-10 of every month. Thanks for your help! Joni Jensen

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Lana

It’s helpful info, wish it came a tad earlier. I agree though, shouldn’t this be labeled as an ad?

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echo

The site itself has the “affiliate commission” statement at the top of the page, I’m sure that counts.

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Break

Doesn’t the FCC require blogs to disclose when they’re posting ads?

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Sarah

It’s nothing but ads lately. There are hardly even any reviews.

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