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Getting a good deal is good and happy news, but you may be
skeptical. Why can you get a good deal? Well, sometimes a
manufacturer wants to promote a product to get a rated.
Sometimes they have an overstock. Whatever the case, you can
get good deals if you check with us first. Make it your new routine
to check with us each day. Happy prepping!

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Prepping for the best Amazon deals on survival gear.

Prepping for great deals?
We're preppers and on Amazon almost daily to help you find the
best deals on the best prepping and survival gear, and food
storage. If you had been reviewing our pages in December you
would have been able to get Curad Anti-viral tissues for around
$4 a box (now they are entirely out of supply).

Coronavirus such a heavy hitting concern, you will need to
spend your prepping dollars wisely. Below are some of our
favorite deals that can help you through a long term pandemic
situation. If we discover the vaccine or if Coronavirus doesn't hit
the United States like it has in Italy and South Korea, then you
can feel assured that you're ready for the next...

Prepper Deal Alerts
Below are more prepper food deals and other deals we found for
you on prepping, homesteading and survival for
April 17, 2020.

  • Hit the refresh key if you visited earlier today. Prices are
    subject to change and we refresh often. During the
    Coronavirus pandemic there's limited availability.

#1:  Augason Farms Freeze Dried Foods
While most freeze dried and dehydrated foods are unavailable
because people are stockpiling for the pandemic, the following
items were available on April 17, 2020:

#2: BIC Lighters.
A tray of 50 BIC lighters is just $45.99 for a limited time. It's an
everyday great deal, but supplies run out. During a long term
emergency, a BIC lighter will be more valuable than a generator.
A BIC lighter is the best option for a firestarter trusted by
professional survivalists. Did you
BIC Lighters are refillable?

#3: Mountain House freeze dried foods.
Mountain House cans are scientifically proven to have a 25-year
shelf life, but the company guarantees the cans will last 30 years!
Mountain House and it's suppliers are restocking.

Check in stock dates and order now in anticipation of shortages
later. Make sure your food ships from and sold by
Look for Prime Free Delivery & Free Returns  or Subscribe & Save
to ensure you're getting food from the right source.

#4: Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw Set
Save 20% on the Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw set, pictured
immediate right. The Sportsman Pocket chainsaw is very handy
when you find yourself away from home and the need for cutting
wood is absolutely necessary for survival purposes. For example,
when you’re out camping and you need to cut wood to make a fire
or perhaps you find yourself on a trail with your horse or ATV and
a fallen tree is blocking your path. Or even worse, you find
yourself in a major disaster and need to build shelter. Our world
class quality saw is extremely light weight, portable and flexible.
Our saw is designed to cut through the hardest of wood easily in
tight places and specially treated to help prevent rust and
corrosion. This saw can be used by anyone!

Pruning A Tree? From hardwood to soft, the Sportsman Pocket
Chainsaw rips through all types of wood with ease. Thick limbs,
stumps and roots don't stand a chance with this 3-Foot-long razor
sharp, thick chain. Don't sell yourself short. The 36-inch longer
than average chain has many benefits over a shorter 24-inch saw:
  • Longer chain equals longer strokes with more teeth equals
    faster cutting times.
  • Easier to cut higher branches.
  • You'll have better body posture when cutting equals less
  • Cuts thicker limbs that shorter saws can't

#5: Toilet paper rolls in bulk.
Toilet paper is a core prepper stockpile that you can have  
delivered and put it right into your stockpile without even opening
the box.

  • 80 rolls of Scott Toilet paper, pictured right, just $49.82 on
    Prime. Made with 100% recycled fiber, this 2-ply bulk toilet
    paper is strong and absorbent. Scotts biodegradable toilet
    paper meets EPA minimum standards, and it’s FSC and
    EcoLogo certified, so that you can feel confident about
    choosing a wholesale eco-friendly product at a great price.

How Does Prime Pantry work?
Prime members can pay an additional Prime Pantry membership
fee of $4.99/month to receive FREE shipping on all Prime Pantry
orders of $10 or more. All other Prime members receive FREE
shipping on orders of $35 or more. For orders under these
thresholds, Prime and Prime Pantry members pay a shipping fee
of $5.99 per order.
Prime Pantry also has coupons.

How do we find great deals for preppers?
We're constantly buying new preps and building our food storage.
We often get wind of lightning deals from our readers. Sometimes
we stumble upon a low-priced product because it's not been
reviewed yet.

We also find deals as we write about prepping, homesteading and
survival. So be sure to visit us daily for more prepper food deals
and other survival and prepping gear deals of interest to
preppers, homesteaders and survivalists.  

Here are more ways to save

  • Buy items in Bulk: Stock up on BIC lighters. Buy a tray of 50
    and you'll be set for your firestarting needs. BIC is one of
    those everyday carry items that's at the top of the list for
    just about any prepper.

  • Be the first to buy. Sometimes sellers are itching for a great
    review and they will post a product at an incredible price to
    speed up the process and help get their first review.
    Customers are usually happy to find they got the item at a
    great deal.

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