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Have you tried Google Express? It’s a sanity-saving service that lots of parents have been raving about. In a nutshell, Google Express allows you to shop for your everyday essentials from your favorite retail stores, all in one place. The service recently expanded beyond major cities into suburbs, so we decided to take advantage of the $15 promo code and give it a try.

  • It’s a cinch to order from phone, tablet or laptop – sign-up in seconds with your Gmail account. Their site and app were easy to navigate and we loved that Google Express remembered our favorite purchases for quick reorder.
  • Because Google Express allows you to shop from a bunch of stores (Costco, Whole Foods Market, Smart & Final, Walgreens and more), we were able to compare prices for things like Rao’s Homemade Marinara Sauce (more than $1.00 cheaper at Smart & Final!) and Cottonelle 12-pack (best price at Walgreen’s). All prices were significantly cheaper than Amazon prices.

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  • Google Express also delivers from retailers like Barnes & Noble, Ulta Beauty and Toys”R”Us, so we were able to add a last-minute birthday gift and our favorite Keratin conditioner in with our grocery order with a single check-out. From school supplies, to consumer electronics and baby gear, they have a large range of products and brands.
  • If you purchase Google Express membership, shipping is free. You can start with a free trial, then pay $10/month.

If you want to try Google Express, use coupon code REDTRI15 to receive $15 off your first order*.

 

*Expires 11/30/2016. Applies only to 1 purchase. Coupon is limited to the first 1,000 users per day. Google may change the daily redemption and geographical limits after the expiry date. Gift cards, membership costs, shipping & service fees excluded. Stores may vary by region. See g.co/express/trial.