Deal Of The Day: Wine Not? Get $300 Worth Of Wine For $85 With This Stacksocial Deal – MarketWatch

Deal of the Day

It’s not an April Fool’s joke: You can get 15 bottles of wine for about $6 each.

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Stacksocial partnered with Wine Insiders to offer a voucher for 15 bottles of wine for just $85 — or about $6 per bottle. That’s about $300 worth of wine for… well, a lot less.

Wine Insiders

It’s Friday, people. With a new weekend on the horizon and 5 p.m. just hours away, it’s time to start thinking about winding down. Why not do it with (a lot) of wine? Stacksocial partnered with Wine Insiders to offer a voucher for 15 bottles of wine for just $85 — or about $6 per bottle. That’s about $300 worth of wine for… well, a lot less. And you have options: If you prefer reds, you can spring for a full set of either Cabernets or red blends. But you can also widen your horizons by selecting mixed wines. Rosé all day, anyone? 

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Wine Insiders: 15 Bottles of Mixed Wines for Only $85

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Purchase a voucher with Stacksocial to receive this mix of red, white and rosé delivered right to your door.

What reviewers say about Wine Insiders: Wine Club Reviews says Wine Insiders “stocks a broad portfolio of wines,” and more so than its competitors in the wine subscription space. The reviewer was generally pleased with the contents of the box sampled: “While some of these wines met our expectations, I was surprised by a number of them. Our favorite wines of the bunch showed great balance, typicity (the wine tasted like the grapes it was made from), and finish. Likewise, a few left us uninspired.”

Reviewers at Stacksocial are generally pleased with the deal which has a near-five star average. “The mixed wine selection and the price were great. I like the selection of wines offered and the shipping time is usually right on time,” one reviewer said. And while Wine Insiders does offer a subscription service, springing for this deal does not lock you in. “​​No commitment for future purchases and the price is great,” another reviewer wrote. 

Other things to consider: By purchasing this deal, you receive a voucher that you can use with Wine Insiders directly to claim your bottles. Some reviewers find that process to be a bit cumbersome. “I loved the value for the anticipated quality of the wine. The order process seems a bit clunky though,” one reviewer wrote.

And this offer is only available in the United States and is not valid for folks looking to ship to Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Utah. 

Stacksocial partnered with Wine Insiders to offer a voucher for 15 bottles of wine for just $85 — or about $6 per bottle

About this column: Since you’re here, let me introduce myself: I’m Maddy Perkins, deputy commerce editor for MarketWatch Picks and I am currently eagerly awaiting my first glass of pinot grigio at the end of the day. I’m a big online shopper who loves a good deal — particularly when it comes to cool kitchen gadgets, electronics, fashion and beauty products. I’ll be here a few times a week to share the best deals I can find online with you. Have anything you’d like me to hunt down? Write me at maddy.perkins@marketwatch.com. Cheers!

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Maddy Perkins is deputy commerce editor for MarketWatch Picks.

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