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Throwing a Christmas, Hanukkah, or New Year’s party and need to stock up on wine for cheap? Here’s a holiday hosting hack. We found a deal to get a bulk order of wine at about $5 a bottle.
Place an order with WSJ Wine and score 12 bottles of wine plus two additional bottles of wine plus two stemless glasses for just $69.99. If you price it out, that’s just $4.99 per bottle.
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What is WSJ Wine?
WSJ Wine is a subscription wine service by the Wall Street Journal. Every three months, you’ll get 12 expertly selected wines delivered to your door. WSJ Wine offers boxes in your choice of reds, whites, and a mixed assortment.
This introductory offer includes 12 bottles of wine plus two bonus bottles of wine and a pair of Dartington Crystal stemless glasses.
Here’s how to get the deal:
- For a red, white, or mixed wine box, go here.
- View the wines in each box in Step One.
- Enter your delivery and payment info.
- Complete your purchase.
- Please note that this offer may vary based on state alcohol regulations. This offer isn’t available if you’re located in AL, AR, DE, HI, MS, RI, or UT.
Is this deal legit?
Bottom line cost: You’ll pay $69.99 for 12 bottles of wine, two bonus bottles, and two stemless glasses plus $19.99 shipping for a final total of $89.98.
When will I be charged? You’ll be charged the day you sign up for the box. You’ll then be charged every three months from that point on if you choose to continue with the subscription.
When will it ship? Delivery times will vary by state — you can check out general shipping timelines here.
Will I need to cancel? Since this is a subscription offer, you’ll need to cancel if you don’t wish to receive more boxes. You’ll be given a notice 10 days before the account is charged so that you can choose to skip, change, delay, or cancel.
To cancel, go to the Wine Club Settings page and scroll to the bottom of the page.