Filter Savings Club Review: Clean Water on a Budget

Filter Savings Club Review: Clean Water on a Budget
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Disclosure: I received these products for free to review. The opinions in my review are honest and my own.


As part of losing weight, I have been trying to find more ways to add water to my daily routine. Since I can't stand the taste of tap water, this means I have to use the filter on the fridge, or a filtering pitcher. While it may seem simple to just use what we have, I prefer having a pitcher of water downstairs, since my husband and I both use our basement as an office. As I was looking for the perfect water filter, we were approached by the Filter Savings Club, wanting to know if we would try their water filter subscription service. Since it looks like a good deal, I agreed, curious to see if their filters left water tasting just as good as their competitors!

Filter Savings Club: What is It

Love the taste of filtered water but hate paying the cost of replacing your water filter all the time? If so, we are happy to introduce you to the Filter Savings Club. This monthly water filter service allows people like you and me to purchase a steady supply of water filters at a very cheap price. You can get jugs and the right amount of filters sent to your home each month, making sure you will never go without filtered water again!





Filter Savings Club: Overall

After having used the pitcher and filters for the past month, I have to say that I am very impressed with the Filter Savings Club. The pitcher is sturdy, easy to use, and most important – the water tastes great! I actually think it tastes better than the water from our fridge filter, or the old Brita pitcher we used to use! Of course, the other major bonus is that you can healthy, clean water without paying a small fortune for water filters and replacing these filters monthly. Based on my experience with the Filter Savings Club, I am happy to give this filter subscription service an A rating!

Filter Savings Club: Where to Purchase

Want to try one of the water filtering plans at Filter Savings Club? You can subscribe to their filter services for as little as $2 a month, including shipping and handling. As well, you can pay a little extra to get a jug filter sent as well, allowing you to get fresh, clean water at a discounted price. Also, don't forget, you can also give to Charity Water as part of your monthly donation!

Filter Savings Club

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12 Responses to Filter Savings Club Review: Clean Water on a Budget

  1. saminder gumer says:

    i have an older pitcher so i hope they have the filter i need.

  2. Rachel Cartucci says:

    Our water in my town is so terrible. The newspaper warns people not to drink it because it never passes the test. We spend a fortune on water. Thanks

  3. Vanessa says:

    WOW! Just got excited for my mom and daddy! I hope they take advantage of the filter club! Would save them LOTS of $. Thanks for the useful info!

  4. Diane S. says:

    We have arsenic in our water and so have to drink bottled water.  This might be a nice alternative to cut down on all of the plastic waste!

  5. Missy Frye says:

    This sounds like a sound investment. We use a Pur pitcher and replacing the filters is expensive.
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  6. Judy Mitchell says:

    i am trying to drink more water and hate the taste of ours so this was perfect thank you

  7. Lavonnia says:

    I would love to have one of these.  The water we have has a taste and I can't stand water unless it's bought and distilled.
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  8. lisa says:

    That actually sounds like a good idea.I always filter my drinking water. The problem is, I'm always forgetting to buy replacement filters, and they aren't cheap.

  9. faith says:

    Starting to think this might be the way to go and may give it a whirl!

  10. I liked your ideas and feel happy to read your well written article. This post come on right time because i need a water filter for my newly made house. Thanks.

  11. Missy Frye says:

    I joined the Filter Savings Club and had a bad experience. They deducted my checking account on the day I signed up, but I never received the filter. When they deducted from my checking account a second time without sending me a filter I tried emailing them. It bounced back. I called them using the phone number that showed up on my bank statement and got an answering machine. I asked for a tracking number or to be refunded. I got no response, but they did reimburse me.

    While I’m glad you had a good experience, I personally wouldn’t recommend this company.

    • Susan Bewley says:

      That is sad :( I saw they sent an email out on the 31st saying they were closing the program and refunding money to everyone since the beginning of the year. Did you get that email, Missy?

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