To check the stock of your local area, just run a google search for "oxo pop red" and select shopping on the left sidebar. Then look for OXO 5pc Red Good Grips POP Set sold by Sears. This is typically the first item. Then click on the blue linked "nearby stores - In stock" link to see where these can be found at your local store. It will most likely show the updated price of $11.97 too. Also, you can set your location search at the top of the page too.
These are the lowest price I've seen on these by far! Running a search on slick deals, and you see the 10-Pc set on front page are $70, then $60, then $50. So the cost per container back then was $5 each, and with this 5-Pc set, the price per container is under $2.40 each. Super slick...
This set contains 5-OXO Good Grips POP containers that are ideal for storing and organizing a variety of dry foods with airtight, stackable and space-efficient containers
Modular stacking system and push-button airtight seals
Square and rectangular shapes maximize space-efficiency
Pop-up buttons serve as handles to lift off lids; lids come apart for thorough cleaning
Also great for use in the home office, sewing room, play room and more
Made of BPA-free plastic; hand washing recommended; not recommended for dishwasher or microwave
So I actually found these in stores about 3 weeks ago on clearance for around $36 dollars. Then the next week they dropped down to $11.97. So I went back to sears to price adjust. I didn't post this clearance immediately as I wanted to make sure I got a chance to pick them up myself. These are really nice containers. I'm surprised they're still showing in stock in many areas of the country after this long and no one's posted about it yet.The usual OXO set is typically white and costs $50 for a 5-pc set or $100 for a 10-pc set and they get excellent reviews on many different sites.
Link to Amazon page for reviews:
Just keep in mind the ones at Sears are red and 5-Piece only.
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They had 4 boxes left at the Baldwin Hills (Los Angeles are) Sears as of 4:30pm on Friday