(NaturalNews) The year-end sale at the NaturalNews Store -- our biggest sale event of the year -- ends in just 3 days (Dec. 31). This is our annual year-end sale that puts items at their lowest price of the year. Example:
• A 2-lb. bag of certified organic (high-end) maca normally costs $39.90. We have it on sale at 50% off, making it just $19.95. By combining the 17.5% off coupon (see below) with that sale price, you can save another $3.49 off the already low sale price, bringing the final price to just $16.46, a whopping 59% off the retail price!
Use coupon code HOLIDAY18 to save 17.5% off Maca, chia seeds, nut milk bags and hundreds of other health-enhancing products.
Click here to see all our on-sale items, including tocotrienols, organic cashews, spirulina, organic sun cured vanilla, Himalayan pink crystal salt, certified organic goji berries and a whole lot more.
Also applies to storable organics
The 17.5% discount is also good on the entire Storable Organics product line of storable superfoods. These are long-term preparedness items packed in steel cans for extended shelf life. They include chlorella, whole wheat pasta, flax seeds, Boku super food, brown rice, quinoa, palm sugar and many other items, all organic!
Take advantage of this year-end sale now, as it all ends on December 31st, and it won't be repeated until Christmas 2012. And, gee, some people who follow the Mayan calendar thing say the whole universe will come to an end before then, so this may be our last sale for eternity! :-)
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