Chewy Has Great Birdseed and Feeder Deals for Cyber Monday

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Birders can stock up and save on birdseed for their backyard birds, from peanuts to sunflower seed, with this great deal from

If you’re like me, you’re staying home a lot more these days. Watching the birds in my backyard is a big source of entertainment. I’m making sure my feeders are well stocked so I can birdwatch while I work. I especially love to attract cardinals, woodpeckers and nuthatches.

I recently added a new suet feeder to help fuel birds on cold winter days. I’m also offering black-oil sunflower seeds and shelled peanuts in tube feeders and nyjer thistle seed in my finch feeder.

While the birds bring me joy every day, sometimes buying all that birdseed can get expensive. That’s why I am really excited about these Cyber Monday birdseed and bird feeder deals from I already rely on Chewy to deliver pet food and supplies to my door, and I’m definitely on board to get my birdseed shipped, too!

Chewy Cyber Monday Deals

Check out the details, so you can get shopping. Select foods and feeders are included in a buy two, get one free deal, including safflower seed, a mesh nyjer sock feeder for finches, a suet cake cage, a hummingbird feeder, and and even dove food for mourning doves.

Others foods and feeders are discounted up to 60 percent, including a squirrel-proof bird feeder, a suet feeder, black oil sunflower seed, peanut suet nuggets, peanut pieces and unsalted whole peanuts in the shellblue jays love these!

Other feeders are included in a deal that gets you $30 off when you spend $100 or more, including an upside-down suet feeder and an adorable pineapple-shaped hummingbird feeder.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori enjoys growing vegetables and flowers for pollinators in her backyard gardens. She also is an avid bird-watcher.