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Save Money on Frontline Flea and Tick Pet Protection- Great Prices Online

>> Monday, October 11, 2010

I have been purchasing a 3 pack of Frontline Flea and Tick Pet Protection for my big dogs for who knows how long! I always pay about $60-$65 for my three pack. Today, I am very excited to tell you that I have discovered how to save bunches of money on this regular pet expense.

I was recently given a Gift Cerfticate by CSNstores to review something of my choice. It was really tough selecting something since they have everything from waffle makers to nursery bedding but I decided to use it on Frontline since I needed to purchase some anyway. When I went to their website I saw that they have Frontline 3 packs with FREE SHIPPING for prices similar to what I have been paying but right before I placed my order, I also noticed that they also have a 6 pack Frontline Flea & Tick Medication For Large Dogs for just under $87 and FREE SHIPPING! That means that I get twice as much as before for only about $25 more. That is a savings of $40 on every 3 pack! That's a lot of money to save and since I have two dogs, it adds up even more!

I am so excited that shopping at Pets by CSN is going to be able to save me money on my pet supplies! I hope it helps save you money too! Check it out and see. They have a huge variety of stuff and most of their items have free shipping.

CSNstores did provide me with a GC to use toward a purchase in the hopes that I would share my honest opinions. I received no monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.


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