Emergency Essentials Coupon Codes & Sales

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Emergency Essentials Promo Codes and Emergency Essentials Coupon Codes

Emergency Essentials coupon codes and sales promotions are great ways to save. Every now and then there is an Emergency Essentials promo code or Emergency Essentials coupon code, but the best way to save is from their monthly sales.

Emergency Essentials July monthly sale consists of 307 products. That is about twice the size as normal. As always we did the dirty work for you by sorting the top discounted products by amount saved, then by biggest percentage off to help save you time finding the best food storage deals from Emergency Essentials.

Biggest Dollar Savings July 2015 – Top 12:

Biggest Discount by Percentage – Top 18 Deals!:


Another way to save big is to get on the Emergency Essentials catalog mailer. These catalogs are packed with a variety of items on sale along with group buy specials that can save you a lot of money when you pool your purchasing power with your family, friends, and neighbors.

Keep coming back each week for more details on the latest Emergency Essentials promo codes, sales information, and Emergency Essentials coupon codes. Save big when you take advantage of sales, closeouts, and promo codes for you and your families preparedness.

Also, dont forget about the Emergency Essentials Closeout & Overstock Pages for some other great savings.

So there you have it, many ways to save whether it is from Emergency Essentials promo codes or their current sales promotions you can start making your money stretch further.


Shawn & Julie

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  1. Linda March 7, 2012 at 1:48 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the coupons, I was able to get the free shipping to work once but only once. Anyways, thanks for the great site. Saved money and read some great reviews.

  2. Sandra September 9, 2012 at 5:29 am - Reply

    I wasn’t able to get the coupons to work, maybe they expired aleady?

    By the way, love the site. Great insider info, I feel like I have a connection into the industry reading the detail in your articles and pages. Keep it up Shawn and Julie!

  3. Shawn November 5, 2012 at 4:34 am - Reply

    Thanks for the comments ladies, appreciate the feedback. We are trying to make a great resource to help people out. We are very fortunate to be smack dab in the middle of so many of these companies and their products so it’s fun to share with others that are not so fortunate what we think may be of use.

    Thanks again.

  4. Alex John March 4, 2013 at 7:45 am - Reply

    Very good selection of food storage products that cover the needed essentials.

  5. Ronda May 7, 2013 at 3:20 am - Reply

    While there weren’t any Emergency Essentials promo codes I was able to find the products that were on sale that I was interested in and it saved me some cash. Thanks and keep up the site.

  6. Cindy June 30, 2013 at 2:14 am - Reply

    Great resource, I like being able to look through the list of items and since they are sorted for me I can quickly see what is the best value.

    Thanks for the Emergency Essentials coupon codes too!

  7. Denise July 20, 2013 at 9:41 pm - Reply

    I read your very informative article comparing Emergency Essentials 1600, to Food Insurance. Loved it! So, I wanted to share some information I learned today, when I tried to purchase EE 1600.

    In your article dated 09/10/2012, Emergency Essentials Gourmet 1600 1 year supply cost consumers $3500. Today, 10 months later, the Emergency Essentials website (www.beprepared.com) has the same product listed with a cost of $4625.55. But wait….there is a sale this month, so the sale cost is $3399.99.

    It appears to me, they played the marketing game, of marking a product’s cost up, so they can mark it back down, to give the appearance of a deep discount. The product is actually $100 off, instead of the $1225 they lead you to believe.

    I’m sure this cost could have increased minimally in the last 10 months…but I doubt it increased to that extent. It’s disappointing. Just wanted to share :)

    • Shawn Anderson August 31, 2013 at 3:58 pm - Reply

      Good catch Denise. One plan we have is to eventually pay a programer to build a program that would index certain products from different companies and track their prices so people can see a historical price for the product. No doubt companies pull tricks like this whether on purpose or due to supply shrinking when a disaster hits. Either way I think it will be a great resource.

      Thanks for dropping by the site..

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