Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Wayfair, and Peapod a great place for your holiday needs!

Are you looking for some new holiday items for the house? Or a way to get your holiday food items that are needed in a easy and fast fashion? Well I have two sites you are going to love! Wayfair and Peapod, here is a little more information about both companies from each website:


A Zillion Things Home. We offer more than 5,000 brands of home furnishings in every style, every budget and every taste.

We cover shipping on the big stuff—and on most of the small stuff, too. Oh yeah, we also ship to Canada.

Our mission is to make Wayfair your favorite place to buy anything that makes your house a home—whether you’re shopping for a new spatula, patio furniture or a bathroom v
anity, we have you covered.


 Founded in 1989 as a smart shopping option for busy people, Peapod today stands as the country’s leading Internet grocer, serving 22 U.S. markets in communities in the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New York and New Jersey. The Skokie, Illinois-based company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Ahold in The Netherlands, has made over 20 million deliveries since its late 1980s inception.

Here are some of the great holiday items that are available at Wayfair:

 Nikko Ceramics Christmastime 

 National Tree Co. Pre-Lit Frosted Berry Wreath

Biedermann and Sons Ornament Ball Candles

And Peapod has all of the food items you could ever want, just sit in the comfort of your own home and shop, use your energy this holiday season to bake and have a great time with the family, not spending hours out food shopping for your holiday needs. 

I was recently sent some great cookie recipes and cookie essentials and some holiday fun items from Wayfair and Peapod. So I was in the holiday spirit and wanted to bake some cookies! I used a recipe they send me, it seemed easy and I was off to bake!

 Your family will love these simple to bake cookies. I know my family and co-workers ate these cookies right up they did not last long.

The best part about the cookies, were the easy of getting all I needed to make them, Wayfair had all of the kitchen essentials (and all of your holiday decorating needs too... don't forget that) I needed for the cookies, and Peapod would be able to deliver all of the food ingredients I need to bake, what a great thing! I know I will be ordering from Wayfare and Peapod again, they are going to make my holidays much more easy, and I will have more time to spend with my family, becase isn't that what the holidays are all about? 

So if you are looking for some great items for your house or kitchen make sure to visit Wayfair (when they say they have a zillion items.. they are not kidding). And for all of you holiday food needs make sure to shop at Peapod.  

The generous folks at Wayfair and Peapod are giving Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win their choice of one $25.00 certificate to either Wayfair or Peapod. Would you like to win? Please check out Wayfair and Peapod, and tell me your favorite item from the site you would like to certificate for. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:

To purchase some great items for your home and kitchen please visit Wayfair

At Wayfair get Free Shipping on orders over $69.00

To purchase all you need for your holiday cookies and your holiday feast please visit Peapod. 

 Save $10 on your Peapod delivery.  Enter PEAPODCOOKIE in the promotional code box at checkout.Limit one offer per household.  Cannot be combined with any other offer.  Valid only on orders totaling $100 or more.  Expires 12/29/12.

Win it:

One winner will win their choice of a $25.00 Wayfair gift card OR a $25.00 Peapod gift card.

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Susan S. Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received items from Wayfair and a certificate from Peapod for this review.  No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


Erica Barnes said...

Lily's dark chocolate coconut bar with stevia.

Robyn said...

I would like to win the $25.00 Wayfair gift card.

Unknown said...

I would like to win the $25.00 Wayfair gift card. As far as Vitacost, I'll go enter that one, too.

Christine said...

I like the Natrol AcaiBerry Diet. Thanks for the chance!

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Heather! said...

I want to try the Sublingual B-Complex vitamins I saw at Vitacost!

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Unknown said...

Tom's of Maine Children's Natural Fluoride Toothpaste Silly Strawberry™ -- 4.2 oz

wigget said...

i like the Book Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James

Unknown said...

I would love the peapod gift certificate
I would love the vega vanilla almondilla from vitacost....

latanya t said...

Aubrey Organics Clarifying Shampoo Green Tea

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I like the Auroshikha Flower Candle Cylinder Jasmine
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A Roach said...

I would like to w1in the $25.00 Wayfair gift card

sandra davis said...

i like the Alba Organics™ Hawaiian Body Polish Sugar Cane

Kathy P said...

I like the Aloha Bay Himalayan Salt Tea Light Holder

Anonymous said...

I would like to try Zum Wash® Natural Liquid Soap for Hands and Body Frankincense and Myrrh -- 8 fl oz.

brich2222 said...

like the Vitacost Synergy 3000® Multi-Vitamin -- 180 Capsules

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cman said...

Yummy Earth Counter Top Bin Lollipops.

Unknown said...

Lavera Natural Concealer Light Number 1 -- 6.5 mL is something Vitacost has that I like. I would like to win the Wayfield GC

cassandra m said...


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