Amazon Gluten-Free Price List

This list is a work in progress! I am gradually adding brands as I get requests. This is intended to be a great reference for cross-checking with your grocery store prices on the GF items you buy most frequently. If you would like to see a particular brand added to the list, just leave a comment!

Not ALL the gluten-free items Amazon carries will be on this list, just the most popular ones. I will do my best to update once a week (on Thursdays!) to keep the prices as current as possible. You should be able to click directly on the links on this page.

My hope is that this will save you a lot of time wading through unnecessary items on Amazon itself, and be able to zero in right on the items you need. Feedback is welcome!

OTP = One-Time Purchase
S&S = Subscribe & Save
PPU = Price Per Unit
N/A = Not Currently Available

Please note:  Amazon prices change frequently. Double check pricing before purchasing. Any price and availability information displayed on at the time of your purchase will apply to your purchase.


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  1. Christina says:

    I can’t see the list :( Am I the only one?

    • I am able to see it using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Are you using a different browser than those? I’m sorry you’re having trouble seeing it…

  2. Maybe add a link to it as well as have it embedded?

  3. Wow Janelle, thank you SO much for all the work you put into this! It looks great and is very helpful!!

  4. Christina says:

    I can see it on my home computer.. WOW.. this is impressive and I appreciate it a ton!!!! Thanks for your work!

  5. One other product I love that I get S&S is Hodgson Mill gluten free pasta!

  6. Very helpful list! This is something I’ve been wanting to do, but also include Vitacost as a comparison. Have you bought from Vitacost before? They have a good amount of gluten free items as well. If you haven’t, you can use this link and received $10 off your first order: I checked a few of your items with vitacost and compared prices. Ex: Bob’s Red Mill All Purpose Baking Flour is $3.93 for one package and currently free shipping on orders of $25 & up. So if you only want one of something Vitacost might be a better option. I like to compare Vitacost, Amazon and my local Giant grocery store’s prices on gluten free items. Sometimes my grocery store is actually less if it is on sale! Have a great day and thanks for the list!

  7. Janelle says:

    You are right, Vitacost can be less if you are buying fewer products (of course then you have to factor in shipping). I’ll have to consider adding Vitacost in the future as well, thanks for the suggestion!

  8. PhyllisAnn vandenBosch says:

    Thanks for this. Gluten free items are so expensive…thanks for making it easier to save money.

  9. Thank-you so much for putting this list together :) I just order a few thing that we need and few thing for fun. I enjoy your information about gluten free items and look forward to your post every day. Your are a life saver when it comes to finding deals and freebies on Gluten free items.

  10. I was just wondering if you only add items when they are on sale or always? Because we eat a ton of Enjoy Life and Gluten Free 123 products :) Thanks!

    • Janelle says:

      I just keep a running list of the current prices, whether sale or regular. I will be glad to add those two!

  11. I won’t be buying anything from there. WOW!!! The prices are so high! Where I shop these items are at least 1 to 2 dollars less.

  12. Wow.. that is one awesome list! Thank you for YOUR awesomeness!! Have a great day!!

  13. How about Schar products? I have not located them in many stores; I’ve seen them in Wegman’s – NJ and Return to Eden – Atlanta.

  14. Hi,

    I love your site. It always help me feel better and I get lots of help from coming here.

    I wanted to mention that Amazon changed their subscribe and save percentages from 15% off to only 5% off. I was very upset when I went to order something about a week ago and saw that. I wanted to mention it so you could know that all your s & s dollar amounts are no longer accurate.


    • Thanks so much Kate! You are correct, many of the S&S percentages have changed down to 5%. HUGE bummer! Actually not all, though. I think the selling company gets to decide, and most of them are going with the 5%. Any new posts that come out will reflect the correct numbers. Thanks for letting me know, and I’m so glad my site is helpful to you!

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