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64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup EXPIRED

shaggymatt 972 339 December 29, 2012 at 06:54 AM in Grocery (2)
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Promoted 12-30-2012 by yuugotserved at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Hidden Springs Maple has 64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup on sale for $27.37 - 10% off coupon code 335HSM4 = $24.63. Shipping is free. Thanks shaggymatt
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Edited December 29, 2012 at 08:27 PM by widgit
Hidden Springs Maple has grade A quart and half gallons of pure maple syrup on sale for 25% off.

https://hiddenspringsmaple.com/sh...ex&cPath=3

The half gallons are the best deal because you get free shipping at $25. Quarts are also on sale.

Sale price is $27.37
Coupon code for 10% off: 335HSM4
Price per half gallon: $24.64

I actually ordered two half gallons, total order was $49.27 with Free Shipping. Pretty good deal for great syrup.

In my haste, I ordered two individual half gallons. A bit further down on the page, there was a bundle pack, which would have been $49. A few cents worth of savings, but it all adds up..
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#16
We elves try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup.

You like sugar, huh?
Is there sugar in syrup?
Yes.
Then YES!
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Quote from duenor View Post :
looks like back to $36 / HG

Add to cart to see discounted price. Still available.
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Would have been nice if the Organic were on sale, but WTF... In for 2xhalf gallons... TU & Rep'd.
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$49/gallon is pretty solid. Cheapest I think I've hit in the past is about $54/gallon shipped from Nebraska Knoll -- http://www.nebraskaknoll.com/products.htm

Nebraska Knoll is up by Stowe and has a cool little self-service shop if you're ever in the area. Looks like they're currently at about $64 gallon shipped (to CT anyhow) on 2 gallons (which is how much I normally buy at one time).

So yeah, thumbs up -- great deal.

VT maple syrup is the best!
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I just ordered a half gallon, and i think the page you are talking about list your credit card expiry date not the expiry date of the syrup. I didnt find anything like that on the final checkout page. Doesnt the syrup last forever kinda like honey ?
Oh, you may be right! As I said, I just glanced that before the page refreshed, so it probably was my credit card, not the syrup. (We do have to keep it refrigerated after opening, though, right?)
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is this from the stolen syrup?
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is this from the stolen syrup?
No. This place is legit, and had a deal last year which was the lowest price ever for pure maple syrup. This is the second lowest I've ever seen.
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No. This place is legit, and had a deal last year which was the lowest price ever for pure maple syrup. This is the second lowest I've ever seen.
$30 million worth is a big percentage of the annual totals in North America -- big enough to drive the average prices up somewhat. Sooo... fill in the blanks.
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good place i have ordered from them before. i prefer the grade B since it is the later "tapping" since it is in the tree longer it is more flavorful, more "mapley" if that is a word.
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isn't this the same company that had %50 off maple syrup last year through dealchicken?
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2 Quarts for me, thanks OP!
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#27
Think of the possibilities... you could maple glaze a whole pig.
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Saving it for summer for maple lemonade.
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thanks in 4 a gallon like you, op!
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Thanks OP! My family loves (and goes through a lot of) maple syrup.

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Saving it for summer for maple lemonade.
That sounds interesting. Care to share the recipe? Feel free to PM.
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