Greedy Lama

vegan online supermarket - greedy lama

We’re just loving the range of vegan supermarkets online at the moment. Ordering delicious cruelty-free food from the comfort of your home – what’s not to love? One favourite is Greedy Lama! Why?

Online Vegan Supermarket – Greedy Lama

Greedy Lama offers everything you’d expect a supermarket to – cupboard goods, drinks, snacks, toiletries, cleaning products and other household items. But the best bit about them is their commitment to rewarding their customers.

Firstly, new customers get free delivery on their first order. That’s a great way to check out a new store. Existing customers get free delivery over £60, so it pays to buy in bulk.

They also have a reward scheme (think Tesco Clubcard!). When you join it, you earn points for every £1 you spend. You can also earn points by leaving reviews, sharing on social media, and even on your birthday! It pays to sign up, as the points can soon add up. Spend the points on money off in increments of £5, or choose free delivery.

Vegan Lama Box vegan subscription box - greedy lama

So what on earth is a Lama box? It’s Greedy Lama’s monthly subscription box. You get a selection of the best vegan products delivered straight to your door every month! It starts at £8 per month plus shipping, with no contract so you can cancel anytime. The more you order, the bigger discount you get – so if you subscribe for 6 months, you get 6 boxes for £48. Bargain!

The box always costs less than the RRP of the products, so it’s a great way to try out new items without breaking the bank.

Right now, you can get a Lama Box 15% off using the code LAMABOX15 at the checkout. No brainer!

 

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