I received a coupon for $50 from an internet business called Mr. Chewy. They sell dog and cat food, and other treats for your animals. I try to feed my guys high-quality food, so I was pleased to see that Mr. Chewy carried our food: Taste of the Wild.
But, c'mon — how on earth were they going to be a good value? Each bag weighs 30 pounds? I figured shipping would cost more than the food itself. Besides, I can get the food right around the corner for about $43 a bag.
Well guess what. Mr. Chewy delivers for free if you order at least $49 from them. My food from Mr. Chewy was about $45 per bag, just $2 more than my neighborhood store, and I can save my gas $ (and time, which is even more valuable than fuel), and get my stuff delivered to my door.
My next thought was: I better plan my orders because free shipping will take a week or two. Ha, wrong again! I placed an order to Mr. Chewy on Wednesday and it was at my door on Thursday. How do they do that?! I'm not a shipping genius, but I love that it happens.
So here's my bottom line: if you're looking for good prices on some high quality food, treats, and toys for your dogs, check 'em out. I will be a repeat customer!
Mr. Chewy gave me $50 to spend, just to try them out. They had no say in my review, comments, or purchase. I bought my dogs Christmas presents with the $, which I still have to wrap! If I didn't like their stuff, store, shopping experience, or checkout, I'd tell you. I won't steer you wrong, especially when it comes to your $ and your dog!