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iHerb is one of my favorite ways to find products that I can't get in Israel. Or products that may be available in Israel, but at inflated prices.
Right now, there's this sale: 22% off SITEWIDE! CLICK HERE to load the discount into your cart.
If it doesn't load automatically, enter code QEJ101 first and then promo code 22DOUBLE11 to get the discount (one time per customer - so try to get your order in all at once)! Code QEJ101 will always get you at least 5% off most items on the site!
(code 22DOUBLE11 is valid until November 11, 2022 at 10:00 AM PT)
If you're in the United States, you have access to a different sale! Just click here for 22% off SITEWIDE with codes QEJ101 and VETERANS.
(Code VETERANS is good for one use per customer, in the USA, and until November 14, 2022 at 10AM PT)
Need some ideas for your iHerb order?
Here are just a few things I recommend - several of these are eligible for the extra discount! I'd love to hear what your favorites are:
Concentrated Laundry Detergent
Unscented Compostable Dryer Sheets
Pain Relief Cream (the athletes in my house like this one a lot)
Your order of $60 and up will usually qualify for FREE Global Air Locker shipping!
- Keep your order under $75 to avoid paying VAT!!
- Spread out your orders. If you want to buy more than $75 worth of items from one website, and you have the option of splitting your order - DO IT. BUT don't order more than $75 worth on any given day to the same shipping name/address/ID. If you do, customs may combine your orders and charge you. Give it about 3 days between orders. Best to ship to a different name using a different ID for customs, so you can order it all on the same day.
- Always look for the free shipping option - usually it's to a pickup spot.
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